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Lady Cats, Wildcats take soccer honors

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    The success of the Sulphur Springs soccer teams was rewarded as players were named to the All-District 19-4A squads for the boys and girls.

    On the boys team, the district champion and regional quarterfinal Wildcats dominated the honor squad like they did opponents. Sulphur Springs had one of the best seasons in school history at 20-4-5. Not only did they went the district title with an undefeated title, it was their third crown in 19-4A in the last four years.
    Tony Bravo, a four-year varsity starter, had a record-setting year, posting the all-time  scoring record with 77 total goals. Bravo was named the MVP of the district.
    Also receiving superlatives from Sulphur Springs were coach Andy Holt and Erick Robles as Defensive MVP.
    Named to the first team were - seniors, Nazario Arellano, Jose Garcia, Uriel Gutierrez and juniors, Leo Sanchez and Moises Torres. Selected for the second team were - seniors, Alex Torres, Fernando Santillan and Caleb Brown along with sophomore, Juan Gomez.
    Other superlatives - Offensive MVP - Blake Beshirs, junior, Paris; Newcomer of the Year, Alex Reveles, sophomore, Princeton; Goalkeeper of the Year, Warren Blackmon, senior, Paris.
    Other members of the boys first team -- Frolian Median, Michael Cade, Jackson Reeves, juniors, Leonell Gutierrez, sophomore, Paris; Sam Erickson, junior, Malachi Porter, Jake Roberson, seniors, North Lamar; Antonio Pineda, Savo Burzan, juniors, Hugo Cruz, sophomore, Princeton; Manny Cruz, junior and Mario Ochoa, sophomore, Greenville.
    Also named to the second team - Angel Rocho, Dylan Kresen, junior, Derek Bristow, senior and Alfredo Medina, freshman, Paris; Jose Cortez, senior and Jose Leyva, Preston Waters, juniors,, North Lamar; Armando Loya, Eddie Mendez, sophomores, Princeton; Riley Cox, junior and Jose Mancia, sophomore, Greenville.
    Four members of the Lady Cats earned superlative honors on the girls All-District 19-4A team. Sulphur Springs was near the top in the district in wins and finished the year as a playoff team and bi-district runnerup under head coach Jesus DeLeon.
    Madison Ramirez, a junior standout for the Lady Cats, was named the Offensive MVP. Grace Grafton, sophomore, was listed as MVP midfielder; Myranda Pierce, sophomore, was the Co-Newcomer of the Year, tying for the honor with Daisy Rangel, freshman of North Lamar. Harlee Schulz, senior, Sulphur Springs, tied with Megan Fulkerson, senior of Princeton for Defensive MVP.
    Other superlatives were - Maddy Crabtree, senior, Greenville and Chele Naudin, senior, Princeton, tying for District MVP. Priscillo Carrillo, senior of Greenville tied for Offensive MVP honors. Rosa Hernandez, senior, Princeton, tied with Grafton for top midfielder.
    First team selections from Sulphur Springs - Pierce. Schulz, Ramirez and Grafton. Named to the second team - Emalee McMillian, senior, goalkeeper; Katie Huff, senior and Esmeralda Sanchez, sophomore.
    Other first team choices were - Kendall Vogt, junior and Maddie Bruce, sophomore, Paris; Brinkley Henson, junior, Destiny Espinoza, sophomore; Crabtree, Jenny Hardaway, Carrillo, seniors, Greenville; Rachel Freeman, junior and Selena Johnson, senior, North Lamar; Rosa Hernandez, Fulkerson, seniors; Daritsa Herrera, sophomore, Princeton.
    Also on the second team - Alli Lancaster, junior and Julianna Clipson, sophomore, Paris; Viridian Chavez, Maygan Bloyed, seniors, Harlie Mudie, freshman, and Carol Twilley, junior, Greenville; Kensey Thomas, sophomore, Haley Lewis, freshman, Jackie Beaster, Maddi Gutierrez, seniors, Princeton; Julie Morales, junior and Karlee Alexander, freshman, North Lamar.
    Honorable mention - Sulphur Springs, Kenzi Irving, Hanna Schulz and Savannah Greer.




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