Incline soccer: 13 Highlanders honored on All-League
NORTHERN DIVISION III ALL-LEAGUE SOCCER
Co-MVP Offense: Bryn Anderson, North Tahoe; Ali Copsy, Whittell
Co-MVP Defense: Emily White, Incline; Daria Sharon, Whittell
Coach of the Year: Stephanie Bales, North Tahoe
McKenzie Hammack, 12, Yerington
Emma DesLauriers, 12, North Tahoe
Raquel Oliver, 9, Incline
Sammy Forvilly, 10, Whittell
AJ Hurt, 9, North Tahoe
Madison Idso, 10, Whittell
Lily Fullmer, 10, White Pine
Madio Wallner, 10, Incline
Vanessa Andrade, 12, Incline
Lucy Fullmer, 12, White Pine
Mikayla Renfro, 11, Pershing County
Rosie Barrera, 10, North Tahoe
Gigi Stetler, 11, Whittell
Jasmine Ruis, 11, West Wendover
Belle Johnson, 10, Incline
Anna White, 9, Whittell
Samantha Gamberg, 11, White Pine
Mallory Tyler, 12, North Tahoe
Mackaya Magdaleno, 11, White Pine
Lilia Lopez, 10, West Wendover
Allison Wright, 12, North Tahoe
Alondra Suarez, 12, Pershing County
Isabel Guiza, 12, West Wendover
Valencia Covell, 12, North Tahoe
Shawn Peterson, 10, White Pine
Sami Lampe, 12, Incline
Talia Garcia, 11, North Tahoe
Kallie Nelson, 10, Whittell
LaRae Tomera, 12, Battle Mountain
Anayeli Guerrer0, 12, Yerington
Loryn Hunt, 10, Pershing County
Kate Karolicski, 10, Whittell
Maria Chavez, 12, Battle Mountain
MVP: Omar Cerda, North Tahoe
MVP Offense: Alex Hernandez, Yerington
MVP Defense: Chris Ramirez, West Wendover
Coach of the Year: Miguel Jimenez, West Wendover
Alex Ruvalcaba, 11, West Wendover
Austin Carr, 11, North Tahoe
Julio Lorea, 10, Whittell
Raul Ruiz, 10, West Wendover
JP Herrera, 10, North Tahoe
Victor Herrera, 11, Incline
Marco Pacheco, 11, White Pine
Anthony Gonzalez, 11, West Wendover
Edgar Munoz, 11, North Tahoe
Danny Guerrero, 11, Incline
Chuy Cordova, 12, Incline
Fidel Rodriguez, 11, Incline
Daniel Escareno, 12, West Wendover
Jorge Lopez, 12, West Wendover
Harrison Goss, 12, North Tahoe
Alejandro Rodriquez, 12, Yerington
Fernando Martinez, 12, West Wendover
Jesus Jaimes, 11, West Wendover
Ross Tester, 11, North Tahoe
Sergio Diaz, 11, Battle Mountain
Brian Banuelos, 12, Incline
Eduardo Gonzalez, 10, West Wendover
Luis Hernandez, 12, West Wendover
Jair Hernandez, 11, West Wendover
Jose Pacheco, 12, White Pine
Nefi Perez, 12, White Pine
Christian Quezada, 9, North Tahoe
Paulino Tapia, 11, North Tahoe
Cortez Berumen, 12, Yerington
Brayan Vasquez, 12, Yerington
Alan Rangel, 12, Battle Mountain
Koby Mattson, 9, North Tahoe
Brody Young, 10, Battle Mountain
Michael Callejas, 9, Incline
Devon Sutton, 11, Incline
Genaro Mena, 10, Whittell
The Incline boys and girls received a combined 13 selections to the Northern Division III All-League soccer teams.
Leading the way was sophomore Emily White, who was voted Co-Defensive MVP along with Whittell’s Daria Sharon.
The awards were determined by the league’s coaches.
In addition to White, Incline senior Vanessa Andrade, sophomore Madio Wallner and freshman Raquel Oliver were voted to the All-League first team.
Andrade, who missed six games this past season due to injuries, tallied 153 goals in her high school career, which ranks second all time among the NIAA’s Division III ranks and third among all divisions. Andrade’s 55 goals in 21 games as a sophomore is a Division III record.
Sophomore Belle Johnson was voted to the All-League second team, and senior Sami Lampe received honorable mention recognition.
North Tahoe’s Bryn Anderson and Whitell’s Ali Copsy shared the Co-Offensive MVP award, and Stephanie Bales of North Tahoe was Coach of the Year.
In boys voting, Incline senior goalie Chuy Cordova was named to the All-league first team along with junior teammates Victor Herrera and Danny Guerrero.
Incline senior Brian Banuelos and junior Fidel Rodriguez were voted to the second team, and junior Devon Sutton and freshman Michael Callejas received honorable mention.
North Tahoe’s Omar Cerda was the overall MVP, Yerington’s Alex Hernandez was Offensive MVP and West Wendover’s Chris Ramirez was Defensive MVP. Miguel Jimenez of West Wendover was Coach of the Year.
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