Truckee soccer | Four boys voted to All-League first team
Ryan Summerlin November 27, 2013
Northern Division I-A All-League boys soccer
Coach of the Year: Frank Avilla, Sparks
Most Valuable Player: Ruben Pacheco, Sparks
Forward: Ruben Pacheco, Sparks, Sr.
Forward: Carlos Aguilar, Lowry, Sr.
Forward: Rolando Zarate, Truckee, Sr.
Halfback: Thomas Arnstein, Truckee, Jr.
Halfback: Juan Hernandez, Sparks, Sr.
Halfback: Corbin Waite, Fallon, Jr.
Halfback: Brendan Shelly, Elko, Sr.
Fullback: Max Barta, Truckee, Sr.
Fullback: Lucio Espita, Sparks, Jr.
Fullback: Juan Mendoza, Sparks, Jr.
Goalkeeper: Gabby Serna, Truckee, Soph.
Utility: Derek Caro, South Tahoe
Forward: Edwin Navarro, Sparks, Sr.
Forward: Garret Powell, Spring Creek, Sr.
Forward: Manuel Sarabia, Truckee, Fresh.
Halfback: David Martinez, Truckee, Jr.
Halfback: Jesus Partida, Sparks, Fresh.
Halfback: Kevin Blanco, Lowry, Jr.
Halfback: Evan Morris, Spring Creek, Jr.
Fullback: Armando Diaz, Truckee, Sr.
Fullback: Luis Guisendore, Sparks, Jr.
Fullback: Star ‘Ita, Spring Creek, Sr.
Goalkeeper: Kyle Hannah, South Tahoe, Sr.
Utility: Jordan Fereira, Truckee, Jr.
Forward: Jamie Avilla, Dayton, Soph.
Forward: Fidel Enriquez, Fallon, Jr.
Forward: Austin Williams, South Tahoe
Halfback: Chris Mendoza, Lowry, Sr.
Halfback: Jason Woodland, Spring Creek, Jr
Halfback: Leo Villa, Truckee, Jr.
Halfback: Jesus Martinez, South Tahoe
Fullback: Robby Davis, Fallon, Sr.
Fullback: Alex Roark, Lowry, Sr.
Fullback: Cesar Arroyo, Sparks, Jr.
Goalkeeper: Jeff Brooks, Dayton, Sr.
Utility: Victor Hernandez, Elko, Sr.
Truckee boys soccer players were rewarded with nine selections to the Northern Division I-A All-League teams, voted on by the league’s coaches.
Truckee senior Rolando Zarate was voted to the All-League first team at forward, while senior teammate Max Barta made the first team as a fullback, junior Thomas Arnstein as a halfback and sophomore Gabby Serna at goalkeeper.
Sparks’ Ruben Pacheco was voted Most Valuable Player and his coach, Frank Avilla, was Coach of the Year.
The Wolverines also landed four players on the All-League second team — freshman Manuel Sarabia at forward, junior David Martinez at halfback, senior Armando Diaz at fullback and junior Jordan Fereira as a utility player.
Junior halfback Leo Villa received honorable mention.
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