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.
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
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.
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.