Victoria West's Hector Mendoza was selected as the unanimous offensive player of the year of out District 59-4A, headlining this year's boys soccer all-district team.
Rachel Mansker was selected as the Most Valuable Player in girls soccer for District 59-4A and was joined by Kendyl Charbula as Defensive Player of the Year and five other teammates on the All-District 59-4A team.
Winning isn't everything.
CORPUS CHRISTI - Given a second shot at Alamo Heights on a much bigger stage, Victoria East saw a very similar result at Cabaniss Field.
KINGSVILLE - English is indeed one of Morgan Wyatt's favorite subjects.
It's so simple, it's almost a cliche.
After eliminating Flour Bluff on Thursday night in Corpus Christi, the Victoria East girls soccer squad will face Mercedes on Tuesday at 7 p.m in the Class 4A Regional Quarterfinal.
SEGUIN - One team had 20 wins. The other had four losses. At the end of the night, that fact applied for both teams, and it meant Victoria West's dream season ended in the Class 4A sectional playoffs.
The primary objectives for the season have been accomplished. But, the players for the Victoria West soccer team are gluttonous.
CORPUS CHRISTI - The seconds could not dwindle fast enough.
Victoria East and Flour Bluff may be mirror images of each other on the soccer field. The teams are similar, their styles of play are compatible and both squads are aware of the other's personnel.
Stoked. Psyched. Excited.
SEGUIN - It was Godswill who ended Victoria West's season last year, and the Warriors were determined to avoid the same fate.
SEGUIN - If Maggie Mata is hoarse this weekend, it's because she spent the whole game yelling at the top of her lungs.
It's no surprise Madison Hawkins is doing her best work in the penalty area. What is stunning to Hawkins and casual observers of the Victoria East girls soccer program is which penalty area she's dominating.