Boys Soccer Awards

by | May 28, 2015 | Sports

From Staff Reports

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The Panthers earned multiple All-District honors for the 2015 campaign.

Picking up 19-4A superlatives were Offensive Most Valuable Player Alejandro Reveles, Defensive MVP Gustavo Martinez and Armando Loya was the co-Goalkeeper of the Year.

The latter shared the award with Bonham’s Frankie Rodriguez.

Named to the first team were Alexis Reveles, Eddie Mendez, Ruben Grimaldo and Hugo Cruz.

Irvin Barojas, Jose Delgado, Byron O’Daniel and Oscar Segura made the second group.

Selected as honorable mentions were David Chavira, Brandon Russell and Francisco Carrillo.

Segura and Mendez were named Academic All-District and All-State.

The Texas Association of Soccer Coaches selected Grimaldo the Class 4A Region II first team with the midfielders.

Honorable mentions went to Loya (goalkeepers), (Alejando) Reveles (forwards) and Martinez (defenders).

Princeton capped off the programs most successful seasons with an 18-4-2 record and second place finish in 11-4A at 4-2.

“We had a good year. We had one little lull, but we responded nicely,” head Kunkel said earlier. “We did what we needed to do to have success. We have the foundation set and we should continue to improve.”

For the sixth straight season they set new records in wins with 18, goals allowed with 13 and goals scored with 87.

 

Remaining 19-4A superlatives for 2015

District Most Valuable Player – Paris’ Leonel Gutierrez

Newcomer of the Year – Paris’ Christian Mitchell

Coach of the Year – Paris’ Jeremy Beshirs

 

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