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April 14, 2013

Lady Lions claim four top soccer honors

GREENVILLE —   Greenville’s District 19-4A champions claimed four of the top honors on the all-district girls soccer team.

  Greenville senior Maddy Crabtree, who ranked among the top scorers in the Metroplex with 33 goals, shared the most valuable player award with Princeton senior Chele Naudin. Crabtree, who has signed to play soccer for Texas Tech, also had six assists.

  Greenville senior Priscilla Carrillo shared the offensive MVP award with Madi Ramirez of Sulphur Springs. Carrillo, who’s signed with Paris Junior College, produced 15 goals and 14 assists.

  Greenville senior Jenny Hardaway shared the goalkeeper of the year award with Darista Herrera of Princeton.

  Greenville’s Caree McKethan claimed the coach of the year honors after guiding the Lady Lions to a 13-9-1 season record and a 7-1 district record for their third straight district title.

Crabtree, Carrillo and Hardaway joined teammates Brinkley Henson and Destiny Espinoza on the first team.

  Greenville’s second-team selections included Viridiana Chavez, Harlie Mudie, Maygan Bloyed and Carol Twilley.

             All-District 19-4A

            Girls Soccer Team

  Most valuable players — Maddy Crabtree, Greenville, Sr.; Chele Naudin, Princeton, Sr.

  Offensive MVPs — Madi Ramirez, Sulphur Springs, Jr.; Priscilla Carrillo, Greenville, Sr.

  Midfielder MVPs — Grace Grafton, Sulphur Springs, Soph.; Rosa Hernandez, Princeton, Sr.

  Defensive MVPs — Harlee Schulz, Sulphur Springs, Sr.; Megan Fulkerson, Princeton, Sr.

  Freshman newcomer of the year — Daisey Rangel, North Lamar.

  Sophomore newcomer of the year — Myranda Pierce, Sulphur Springs.

  Goalkeepers of the year — Jenny Hardaway, Greenville, Sr.; Darista Herrera, Princeton, Soph.

  Coach of the year — Caree McKethan, Greenville.

             FIRST TEAM

Kendall Vogt               Paris                 Jr.

Maddie Bruce             Paris                  So.

Brinkley Henson         Greenville          Jr.

Destiny Espinoza       Greenville          So.

Maddy Crabtree         Greenville          Sr.

Jenny Hardaway        Greenville          Sr.  

Priscilla Carrillo         Greenville            Sr.

Rachel Freeman        North Lamar        Jr.

Selena Johnson        North Lamar         Sr.

Chele Naudin            Princeton              Sr.

Rosa Hernandez       Princeton              Sr.

Daritsa Herrera         Princeton              So.

Megan Fulkerson      Princeton              Sr.

Myranda Pierce        Sulphur Springs    So.

Harlee Schulz           Sulphur Springs    Sr.

Madi Ramirez           Sulphur Springs    Jr.

Grace Grafton           Sulphur Springs   So.


Ali Lancaster             Paris                 Jr.

Julianna Clipson       Paris                  So.

Viridiana Chavez      Greenville           Sr.

Harlie Mudie             Greenville            Fr.

Maygan Bloyed        Greenville             Sr.

Carol Twilley            Greenville              Jr.

Kensey Thomas       Princeton              So.

Haley Lewis              Princeton              Fr.

Jackie Beaster          Princeton              Sr.

Maddi Gutierrez        Princeton              Sr.

Julie Morales             North Lamar         Jr.

Karlee Alexander       North Lamar         Fr.

Emilee McMillan        Sulphur Springs    Sr.

Katie Huff                   Sulphur Springs    Sr.

Esmeralda Sanchez   Sulphur Springs    So.


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