Area teams highlight all district lists
By KEVIN NARRO
Harlingen High and Los Fresnos highlighted the district 32-6A list. The Lady Cards finished 31-6 with a district title and an appearance in the third round of the playoffs, while the Lady Falcons went 20-17 and reached the playoffs for a second straight year under second year coach Rebecca Valdez.
Highlighting the district 32-6A all district list was senior Taegan Dickey who was named district Most Valuable Player and freshman Emery Scoggins was named new comer of the year.
Representing the Lady Falcons is junior Ariadna Gallardo who was tabbed offensive player of the year and senior Jovanna Adame earned defensive player of the year.
Harlingen’s Ariel Leal, Alyssa Cervantes both made first team; Lorna Camarillo from Los Fresnos was the lone representative on the first team. Harlingen South’s Laura Ramirez and Karla Reyes were named first team. Hanna’s Mia Paz was also named to the first team along with Brownsville Rivera’s Jacqueline Montes and San Benito’s Haley Lopez.
In district 32-4A Hidalgo’s Saul Arjona was named coach of the year and Barbie Gutierrez was named district MVP.
La Feria’s freshman Alani Garza was named new comer of the year. From Grulla, Leslie Guerrero was named offensive player of the year. Malenie Salinas from Hidalgo and Elaine Lopez from Zapata were both named defensive players of the year. The sixth man of the year went to Hidalgo’s Soleil Garza.
On the first team was La Feria’s Karina Diaz, Port Isabel’s Sabrina Garza, Grulla’s Bryanna Perez, Rio Hondo’s Taylor Gomez, Zapata’s Kaelynn Gonzalez, Raymondville’s Taylor Vento and Hidalgo’s Savannah Sanchez represented the first team.
In district 32-5A, Alexandra Parchmont of Brownsville Veterans and Rosa Salinas of Pace were named co-defensive players of the year. Also representing the Lady Chargers was Cati Esquivel who received new comer of the year.
Brownsville Vets Lizzie Garza was named first team along with Pace’s Lexy Arce.
In district 32-3A, the Lyford Lady Bulldogs won their district and junior Samantha Delgado was tabbed the district MVP along with freshman stand out Damaris Bermudez who was named new comer of the year.
Monte Alto’s Stephanie Trevino brought home offensive player of the year and Alma Medellin from IDEA Frontier was named defensive player of the year.
Lyford’s Emily Gonzalez and Kayleen May were named to the first team and Santa Rosa’s Skyler Torres was the lone Lady Warrior on the first team.
In district 32-2A, San Isidro’s Jenny Garcia was named district MVP. Offensive player of the year was Santa Maria’s Yazmin Cantu and San Perlita’s Meagan Kinney was named defensive player of the year. La Villa’s Bethany Rendon and San Isidro’s Madison Ponce were named co new comers of the year.
On the first team, San Isidro’s Jordan Garcia and Mia Alvarado, San Perlita’s Karime Rojas, Aliyah Garcia, Santa Maria’s Bianca Cantu, Isabel Gonzalez and Michelle Almazan represented the first team.