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All-District 9-4A Soccer Teams Announced

The All-District 9-4A Boys and Girls Soccer teams are out, with heavy representation for Rider and Wichita Falls High School, who finished 1-2 both in boys and girls play.

Boys:

Special Honors:

Coach of the Year: Josh Hill, Rider
Goalkeeper of the Year: Drake Szczepinski, Jr, Rider
Offensive MVP: Juan Carlos Hernandez, Jr, WFHS
Defensive MVP: Chase Roberts, Sr, Rider
Newcomer of the Year: Mike Dix, Jr, Rider

First Team:

Goalkeeper: Alex Garcia, Sr, WFHS

Forward: Sawyer Horton, Sr, Rider; Jimmy Dubon, Fr, Hirschi; Giovanni Quaranza, Jr, Gainesville, Ruben Flores, Jr, Rider.

Midfield: Jose Lugo, Jr, WFHS; Huy Tran, Sr, Hirschi; Ryan Castelli, Sr, Rider; Travis Penney, Sr, Rider.

Defense: Jared Martinez, Jr, WFHS; Nathan VanDeVyere, Jr, Rider; Jonathan Munoz, So, Rider; Taylor Spence, Sr, Decatur.

Second Team:

Goalkeeper: Eduardo Franco, Jr, Gainesville.

Forward: Rowdy Hall, Sr, Burkburnett; Diego Saldana, Sr, WFHS; Minsung Park, Jr, Rider; Kieran Spence, Sr, Hirschi.

Midfield: Colton Kowalick, Jr, Rider; Omar Vera, Jr, WFHS; Juan Hernandez, So, Gainesville; Richie Herrera, Jr, Hirschi.

Defense: Patrick Stevens, Sr, WFHS; Juan Manuel Rodriguez, Sr, WFHS; Adam Jackson, So, Hirschi; Evy Puente, Jr, Gainesville.

Honorable Mentions:

WFHS: Juan Carlos Rodriguez; Ricky Gardea; Rene Rivera, Omar Rodriguez.
Rider: Cole Wachsman; Dylan Cox; Marcos Barron; Jonathon Nunn.
Hirschi: Alejandro Campos; Ryan Jackson; Luis Flores; Luis Garcia.
Burkburnett: Josh Reed; Chris Stokes; Charley Salas-Groves; Andrew Skinner.
Gainesville: Jake Neal; Chris Stone; Zack Wolfe; Fernando Vasquez.

Girls:

Special Honors:

Coach of the Year: Heather Medlen, Gainesville
Newcomer of the Year: Allie Brewer, Rider
Co-District MVP: Katy Catney, Rider; Payton Fookes, WFHS
Offensive MVP: Sierra Anderson, WFHS
Defensive MVP: Brooke Deason, Rider
Co-Goalkeeper of the Year: Tori Shannon, WFHS; Hannah Huezo, Rider

First Team:

Goalkeeper: Paola Vazquez, Gainesville; Taylor Majewski, Rider; Brittany Mullins, Burkburnett.

Forward: Brianna Watkins, Rider; Cassidy Beer, WFHS; Amber Boatman, Burkburnett; Whytneigh Duffie, Gainesville; Courtney Boe, Rider.

Midfield: Amber Garcia, WFHS; Marisol Chavez, Gainesville; Loudell Crumpler, WFHS; Libby Lemley, Rider; Margauz Clark, WFHS; Michelle Brosam, Rider.

Defense: Maddie Holmes, Rider; Sam Carter, Rider; Abby Watts, Rider; Taylor Holden, WFHS; Victoria Franco, WFHS.

Second Team:

Goalkeeper: Chelsea Lord, Hirschi.

Forward: Paige Nobles, Rider; Jordan Garcia, Gainesville; Courtney Evers, WFHS; Mandi Saville, Burkburnett; Maria Castillo, Gainesville.

Midfield: Haley Boydston, Rider; Hannah Galbraith, Burkburnett; Shannon Spruiell, WFHS; Kristen Grassi, Rider; Estephanie Martin, Gainesville; Nikki Neal, Rider.

Defense: Amanda Eddowes, Gainesville; Jennifer Anderson, Rider; Riley Jalowy, Burkburnett; Lizet Gonzalez, WFHS; Maci Martinez, WFHS; Bailey Matlock, Hirschi.

Honorable Mentions:

WFHS: Bonnie Gunter; Erin Detrick; Lauren Compean; Alyssa Wallace.
Rider: Lydia Croxson; Kristen Ellis; Kristen George; Emily Croston.
Burkburnett: Jaclyn Johnson; Emily Salas-Groves; Ashley Lager; Morgan McShan.
Hirschi: Sidney LaGrange; Makayla Graham; Salynda Garcia; Ruby Trejo.
Gainesville: Selena Espinosa; Jacqueline Franco; Shelly Reynolds; Jamie Hawley.
Decatur: Zuleima Paloma; Dianna Martinez; Cassandra Moreno.

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