North Tahoe soccer | Angel Guerrero voted league MVP
Northern Division III All-League boys soccer
Coach of the Year: Beto Alcaraz, North Tahoe
Most Valuable Player: Angel Guerrero, North Tahoe, Jr.
Aubrey Felton, Whittell, Soph.
Oscar Gudino, Incline, Sr.
Spencer Bucholz, Whittell, Sr.
Garrett Williams, White Pine, Sr.
Lucas Earley, North Tahoe, Jr.
RJ Rupp, Whittell, Sr.
Humberto Rios, Battle Mountain, Sr.
Salvador Vargas, Incline, Jr.
Rey Estrada, Incline, Soph.
Adrian Ortega, North Tahoe, Sr.
Mark Waite, Whittell, Sr.
Nic Johnson, White Pine, Sr.
Garret Driller, North Tahoe, Sr.
Vince Bolton, Yerington, Jr.
Marlon Correa, Incline, Jr.
Hugo Garcia, Incline, Jr.
Chase Whitney, North Tahoe, Jr.
Garret Douglas, Yerington, Sr.
Wildon DesLauriers, North Tahoe, Sr.
Alex Alcantara, Incline, Fresh.
Bryce Bronken, Whittell, Jr.
Omar Vargas, North Tahoe, Sr.
Jose Chavez, North Tahoe, Sr.
Osvaldo Reyes-Lucero, Whittell, Jr.
Charles Jurzenski, Whittell, Sr.
Jesse Petersen, White Pine, Sr.
Dee Fullmer, White Pine, Sr.
Ivan Rios, Battle Mountain, Sr.
Sean Peasmall, Battle Mountain, Sr.
Jaime Hernandes, Yerington, Sr.
Gonzalo Martinez, Yerington, Sr.
Fernando Martinez, Incline, Soph.
Daniel Guerrero, Incline, Fresh.
Johnny Ruiz, West Wendover, Sr.
Stefan Everth, West Wendover, Jr.
North Tahoe boys soccer received the highest honors possible in Northern Division III All-League voting.
North Tahoe junior defender Angel Guerrero was voted Most Valuable Player while his coach, Beto Alcaraz, was voted Coach of the Year after leading the Lakers to the state final.
The awards were voted on by the league’s coaches.
Aside from their highest honors, North Tahoe senior Adrian Ortega and junior Lucas Earley were voted to the first team, while seniors Garret Driller and Wildon DesLauriers and junior Chase Whitney were named to the second team.
Omar Vargas and Jose Chavez, both seniors, received honorable mention recognition.
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