In the 13 years of ThisWeek's Super 12 boys soccer team, only one player has been named captain twice. Gahanna Lincoln High School's Wil Trapp earned captain honors in 2009 and 2010, capping a career with the Lions that included a Division I state title.

In the 13 years of ThisWeek's Super 12 boys soccer team, only one player has been named captain twice. Gahanna Lincoln High School's Wil Trapp earned captain honors in 2009 and 2010, capping a career with the Lions that included a Division I state title.

This fall, with Trapp now playing at the University of Akron, a new captain will be named from the best players in central Ohio, and ThisWeek is asking for your help in determining who is most deserving. Click the link at the right to participate in our poll. Vote early and vote often. The fans' choice will count as one vote among the ThisWeek staff as they determine this year's captain.

Voting ends Nov. 12 and the team will be released in the Nov. 17 editions of ThisWeek Community Newspapers and online at ThisWeekSPORTS.com.

Past captains include Trapp (2009 and 2010), Matt Wiet (2008) of Worthington Kilbourne, Colby Catlett (2007) of Hilliard Davidson, Michael Lavric (2006) of Gahanna, Braden Fleak (2005) of Big Walnut, Jeff Rusch (2004) of Kilbourne, Jeff Lenix (2003) of Westerville North, Tony Labudovski (2002) of Reynoldsburg, Chris Wolever (2001) of Kilbourne, Danny O'Rourke (2000) of Kilbourne, Troy Perkins (1999) of Thomas Worthington, Andy Rutledge (1998) of Thomas and Matt Salmon (1997) of Kilbourne.

Here is a rundown of the five finalists:

•Cheick Diawara, Dublin Scioto senior midfielder: Diewara was the Division I district Player of the Year and the OCC-Cardinal Division Player of the Year for a Scioto team that was 18-0 entering a district final against fifth-seeded Dublin Coffman on Saturday, Oct. 29.

•Brett Elder, Worthington Christian senior forward: Led by this Wright State recruit who entered the postseason with 90 career goals, the Warriors have made it to three consecutive Division III state tournaments. This season, Worthington Christian is again the top seed in Division III. The Warriors play seventh-seeded Delaware Christian in a district final on Saturday, Oct. 29.

•Zach Mason, Big Walnut senior sweeper: The OCC-Capital Division Player of the Year and an Ohio State recruit, Mason moved from midfielder, where he played the past three seasons, to sweeper entering this season. As a result, the Golden Eagles' defense allowed eight goals through 18 games. Big Walnut earned the top seed in the Division II district tournament and plays second-seeded DeSales in a district final on Saturday, Oct. 29.

•Rhodes Moore, Upper Arlington senior midfielder: A first-team all-district player, Moore was the OCC-Central Division Player of the Year. The third-seeded Golden Bears were upset in a Division I district semifinal by Olentangy 2-1 on Oct. 26.

•David Witkoff, Gahanna senior midfielder/forward: The OCC-Ohio Division Player of the Year and a first-team all-district selection, Witkoff helped the Lions win their eighth consecutive league title. Second-seeded Gahanna plays ninth-seeded Worthington Kilbourne in a Division I district final on Saturday, Oct. 29.