A four-year letter winner, Tarango helped Borger reach the regional quarterfinal round.
Brasher was a rock in the Rebels midfield, dictating play with his passes and running efficiently to cover the midfield ground. Tarango scored 23 goals and assisted 10 as Borger's primary attacking midfielder threat, helping the Bulldogs win back-to-back district titles. Julio Vega Amarillo Globe-News. The sophomore striker has 50 career goals to his name and earned first-team all-district and honors plus an all-region honorable mention.
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Martinez's 27 goals made him the leading scorer of the team for Pampa. Perez's vision on the field and defensive skills have made him indispensable to the Sandies as the District A defensive player of the year.
Gomez played with a relentless work ethic in the attacking third as he scored 25 goals and dished out a district-best 24 assists. Although not a full-on starter for much of the season, the sophomore made the most of his minutes and could accurately place the ball with either foot.
Ruiz was named the District A newcomer of the year after finishing with 11 goals and five assists. Montes' powerful legs were on full display with his game-winning yard free-kick against 6A Midland Lee. Despite having a torn MCL, Derek provided great minutes and was still very effective in midfield scoring nine goals and providing seven assists during the Dons' playoff run. The District A goalkeeper of the year, Aguayo recorded 82 saves and three shutouts for Tascosa this season.
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Tijerina was the ideal complement pairing in defense alongside Rodrigo Lira at Randall. Martinez was a linchpin of the Palo Duro defense and provided a physical presence.
Lira proved a great leader with two freshmen in the Randall backline. Aguirre's role as a box-to-box center midfielder saw him score six goals and record 23 assists, the second-most on the team.
A dedicated leader on the field and the Sandies' key playmaker, his skills and leadership presence were instrumental for the team. His vision made him one of the most dangerous players on the pitch, ranking 18th in the nation in assists as he earned first-team all-district honors.
Garcia played with a nagging ankle injury all season but still ended up being one of the most complete players in the area, scoring 18 goals and providing two assists. Facebook Twitter .
Cardenas is a four-year varsity player that helped Borger with 16 goals scored and seven assists this season. The 6-foot-1 shot-stopper was a rock-solid leader whose athleticism stood out, producing top-notch saves in high-intensity situations.
The 5-foot senior stood out with his work rate and earned first-team all-district honors. Wilson was named the District A offensive player of the year while scoring six goals and dishing out four assists in district play.
A physical and athletic defender who could cover a lot of ground, Tijerina used the athleticism to lock down opponents en route to five shutouts for the Raiders and an all-district honorable mention. The junior shot-stopper consistency between the sticks led to him earning first-team all-district honors. A calm head with an efficient presence in the air who can possess the ball under pressure, the 6-foot junior earned first-team all-district honors as the Raiders recorded five shutouts.
The four-year varsity forward was named first-team all-district and also excelled on the football field and baseball diamond beyond the soccer field. He brings a solid foundation in defense and was a big part of AHS conceding three goals in district play and eight in the entire season.
His tireless work ethic and ball skills were routinely on display as he earned first-team all-district and TASCO second-team all-region honors. The versatile senior could play on defense or on the attack when needed and his leadership earned him first-team all-district honors.