All-State soccer | Lakers’ Lucas Earley voted Division III MVP
Ten Incline boys soccer players and nine from North Tahoe were honored with selections to the Division III All-State team, led by Lucas Earley’s MVP.
Incline’s Salvador Vargas was voted Offensive Player of the Year, North Tahoe’s Angel Guerrero was Defensive Player of the Year and North Tahoe’s Beto Alcaraz was Coach of the Year.
The awards were determined by the Division III coaches.
Four Lakers made the All-State first team — forward Omar Cerda, midfielders Chase Whitney and J.P. Herrera, and defender Ross Tester. Five Highlanders made the first team — forward Rey Estrada, midfielders Victor Herrera and Danny Guerrero, and defenders Tommy Thompson and Marlon Correa.
Incline goalkeeper Jose Cordova and defender Alex Alcantara were named to the second team, while Fernando Martinez and Adrian Banuelos received honorable mention recognition. For the Lakers, Edgar Munoz was named to the second team, and Jesus Ortega and Angel Lopez received honorable mention.
Division III All-State
MVP: Lucas Earley, North Tahoe
Offensive Player of the Year: Salvador Vargas, Incline
Defensive Player of the Year: Angel Guerrero, North Tahoe
Coach of the Year: Beto Alcaraz, North Tahoe
Goalkeeper: Sean Peasnall, Battle Mountain
Defender: Ross Tester, North Tahoe
Defender: Tommy Thompson, Incline
Defender: Marlon Correa, Incline
Defender: Cortez Berumen, Yerington
Midfield: Chase Whitney, North Tahoe
Midfield: J.P. Herrera, North Tahoe
Midfield: Victor Herrera, Incline
Midfield: Danny Guerrero, Incline
Forward: Omar Cerda, North Tahoe
Forward: Rey Estrada, Incline
Goalkeeper: Jose Cordova, Incline
Defender: Edgar Munoz, North Tahoe
Defender: Anthony Lewis, Battle Mountain
Defender: Alexis Ramos, Yerington
Defender: Alex Alcantara, Incline
Midfield: Johnny Figueros, Battle Mountain
Midfield: Abraham Vazquez, Yerington
Midfield: Luis Hernandez, Yerington
Midfield: Vince Bolton, Yerington
Forward: David Ceballos, West Wendover
Forward: Alejandro Rodriguez, Yerington
Jesus Ortega, North Tahoe
Angel Lopez, North Tahoe
Alan Rangel, Battle Mountain
Toliver Rogers, Battle Mountain
Alex Hernandez, Yerington
Pedro Maldonado, Yerington
MacArio Mendoza, West Wendover
Brandon Landeros, West Wendover
Fernando Martinez, Incline
Adrian Banuelos, Incline
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