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April 13, 2014

Lady Lions earn all-district soccer honors

Brinkley Henson, Greenville’s top goal scorer, also earned top honors for the Lady Lions on the All-District 19-4A soccer team.

Henson, a senior, claimed first-team honors.

Destiny Espinoza of Greenville also made the second team.

Sulphur Springs took three of the top honors with Madison Ramirez as most valuable player, Esmarelda Sanchez as offensive MVP and Savannah Greer as defensive MVP.

All-District 19-4A

Girls Soccer Team

Most valuable player — Madison Ramirez, Sulphur Springs

Offensive MVP — Esmarelda Sanchez, Sulphur Springs

Defensive MVP — Savannah Greer, Sulphur Springs

Top goalkeeper — Daritsa Herrera, Princeton

Top midfielder — Daisy Rangel, North Lamar

Coach of the year — Michele Estes, Princeton


BriAna Lacey        Princeton

Kensey Thomas        Princeton

Hayley Lewis        Princeton

Kaylee Dotson        Princeton

Jessica Guerrero        Princeton

Madison Ramirez        Sulphur Springs

Savannah Greer        Sulphur Springs

Esmeralda Sanchez        Sulphur Springs

Grace Grafton        Sulphur Springs

Julie Morales        North Lamar

Rachel Freeman        North Lamar

Karlee Alexander        North Lamar

Kenall Vogt                              Paris

Maddie Bruce                           Paris

Tieren Gates                            Paris

Melissa Bewely        Bonham

Sandra Ibarra        Bonham

Brinkley Henson        Greenville


Darlin Salas        Princeton

Mayra Rodriguez        Princeton

Daisy Saldana        Princeton

Shelby Mitchell        Princeton

Kinzi Irving        Sulphur Springs

Emily Hurley        Sulphur Springs

Myranda Pierce        Sulphur Springs

Estrella Resendiz        Sulphur Springs

Brittany Nichols        North Lamar

Payton Fleming        North Lamar

Lindi Hamner                           Paris

Kim Miranda                            Paris

Lexi Grsak        Bonham

Jessica Moreno        Bonham

Destiny Espinoza        Greenville


Princeton: Isabel Villa, Brittany Ostrander, Leticia Granados.

Sulphur Springs: Shanequa Cash, Hattie Schulz, Mary McMillan.

North Lamar: Blaire Viche, Katie Kilareuse, Maria Lequa, Madison Morrison, Leslee Elliot

Paris: Alli Lancaster, Sara Lancaster, Julianna Clipson, Lolly Cunningham, Justice Flowers, Mary Cobb.

Bonham: Jessica Smith, Britannia Hernandez.

Greenville: Shelby Treat, Stormy Wells.


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