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April 6, 2014

Two Lions make 19-4A first team

HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER

GREENVILLE — Two Greenville Lions made the top team on the All-District 19-4A boys soccer squad.

Greenville senior Riley Cox and Lion junior Isaac Ramirez were selected to the first team.

Luis DeLeon and Douglas Gutierrez of Greenville made the second team.

Paris senior Blake Beshirs claimed most valuable player honors.

All-District 19-4A

Boys Soccer Team

Most valuable player — Blake Beshirs, Paris, Sr.

Offensive MVPs — Michael Cade, Paris, Sr.; Aljandro Revel, Princeton, So.

Defensive MVPs — Sam Erickson, North Lamar, Sr.; Leonel Gutierrez, Paris, Jr.

Newcomer of the year — Bryan Roque, Sulphur Springs, Fr.

Goalkeeper of the year — Moises Torres, Sulphur Springs, Sr.

Coach of the year — Jeremy Beshirs, Paris

                   FIRST TEAM

Jesus Ruiz                   Paris                     Jr.

Zane Young                 Paris                      Sr.

Alfredo Medina            Paris                      So.

Ben Whitaker               Paris                      Sr.

Josh Kirby                    Paris                      Sr.

Juan Gomez                Sulphur Springs     Jr.

Tanner Ramirez            Sulphur Springs    So.

Leo Sanchez                Sulphur Springs     Sr.

Brian DeLaRosa           Sulphur Springs     Jr.

Armando Loya               Princeton               Jr.

Jarred Lacey                  Princeton               Sr.

Eddie Mendez                Princeton               Jr.

Jose Levya                     North Lamar          Sr.

Preston Waters              North Lamar           Sr.

Nick West                       North Lamar           So.

Riley Cox                         Greenville              Sr.

Isaac Ramirez                  Greenville             Jr.

Malte Karpowitz                Bonham               Jr.

            SECOND TEAM

Jackson Reeves                 Paris                     Sr.

Derek Bristow                     Paris                     Sr.

Angel Rocha                       Paris                     Sr.

Dylan Kresen                      Paris                     Sr.

Jose Escobedo                   Paris                     Jr.

Ryan Watson                      Sulphur Springs    Sr.

Samuel Gallegos                Sulphur Springs    Jr.

Andy Green                        Sulphur Springs    Jr.

Adrian Lopez                      Sulphur Springs    Jr.

Jose Delgado                      Princeton              Jr.

Alexis Reveles                    Princeton              Jr.

Hugo Cruz                          Princeton               Jr.

Grant Erickson                   North Lamar          So.

Kris Stephens                    North Lamar          Jr.

Luis DeLeon                      Greenville              Sr.

Douglas Gutierrez            Greenville               So.

Arturo Arritola                   Bonham                  Fr.

          HONORABLE MENTION

  Greenville: Guillermo Castillo, So.; Levi Vargas, Soph.; Ruben Ugalde, Jr.

 

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