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April 23, 2013

Soccer Lions make all-district

GREENVILLE —   Two Greenville Lion players earned first-team honors on the All-District 19-4A boys soccer team.

  Junior Manny Cruz and sophomore Mario Ochio made the top team.

  Greenville junior Riley Cox and sophomore Jose Mancia were on the second team.

  Sulphur Springs, which won the district championship, claimed most of the top honors as senior Tony  Bravo was selected as the most valuable player, Erick Robles was named newcomer of the year and Andy Holt captured the coach of the year award.

 Paris junior Blake Beshirs was named the offensive MVP.

 Newcomer of the year honors went to Princeton sophomore Alex Reveles.

        All-District 19-4A

       Boys Soccer Team

  Most valuable player — *Tony Bravo, Sulphur Springs, Sr.

  Offensive MVP — *Blake Beshirs, Paris, Jr.

  Defensive MVP — *Erick Robles, Sulphur Springs, Sr.

  Newcomer of the year — Alex Revels, Princeton, So.

  Goalkeeper of the year — Warren Blackmon, Paris, Sr.

  Coach of the year — Andy Holt, Sulphur Springs

*Unanimous selections

FIRST TEAM

Nazario Arellano        Sulphur Springs    Sr.

Jose Garcia               Sulphur Springs    Sr.

Uriel Gutierrez           Sulphur Springs    Sr.

Leo Sanchez             Sulphur Springs    Jr.

Moises Torres            Sulphur Springs    Jr.

Frolian Medina           Paris                     Jr.

Michael Cade             Paris                     Jr.

Leonell Gutierrez        Paris                    So.

Jackson Reeves         Paris                    Jr.

Sam Erickson             North Lamar        Jr.

Malachi Porter            North Lamar        Sr.

Jake Roberson           North Lamar        Sr.

Antonio Pineda           Princeton            Jr.

Hugo Cruz                  Princeton           So.

Savo Burzan              Princeton            Jr.

Manny Cruz               Greenville           Jr.

Mario Ochoa              Greenville           So.

SECOND TEAM

Alex Torres                    Sulphur Springs    Sr.

Fernando Santillan        Sulphur Springs    Sr.

Caleb Brown                 Sulphur Springs    Sr.

Juan Gomez                 Sulphur Springs    So.

Angel Rocha                 Paris                      Jr.

Derek Bristow               Paris                      Sr.

Alfredo Medina             Paris                      Fr.

Dylan Kresen                Paris                     Jr.

Jose Cortez                  North Lamar         Sr.

Jose Leyva                   North Lamar         Jr.

Preston Waters             North Lamar         Jr.

Armando Loya              Princeton              So.

Eddie Mendez              Princeton               So.

Riley Cox                     Greenville               Jr.

Jose Mancia                Greenville              So.

 

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