Tomball athletes selected to soccer All-District teams
Tomball Independent School District boys and girls soccer coaches announced the District 20-5A and District 14-6A All-District teams following the end of the 2018-19 regular season and playoffs.
In postseason play, the Lady Panthers reached the furthest out of the bunch in 20-5A and 14-6A, finishing as state tournament semifinalists in Class 5A while the Panthers finished as regional finalists.
The two Tomball ISD girls teams advanced to the playoffs, while the boys teams battled for a chance to crack the top four.
The Lady Cougars finished the season as area finalists at 12-1-3 in District 20-5A, after losing to Pflugerville 3-0, and placed second in the standings, behind Kingwood Park, under head coach Victoria Parsons.
In the district awards, Tomball’s junior Jessica Martorelli was named Offensive Player of the Year and fellow Lady Cougar junior Priscella Caruso was named Goalkeeper of the Year.
Montgomery’s Sarah Trotter was named Defensive Player of the Year, Allie Byrd’s Kingwood Park was named Most Valuable Player and Taylor DeBrosky’s Kingwood Park was named Midfielder of the Year. Kingwood Park’s Kate Tiedtke was named Newcomer of the Year, and Jess White’s Kingwood Park was selected as the Coach of the Year.
Sophomore Courtney Heckt
Senior Ashlyn Lynch
Senior Mackenzie Jones
Junior Kylie Heckt
Freshman Katelyn Brown
Senior Kathryn Gershon
Sophomore Kasey Gershon
Junior Hannah Sprague
Sophomore Shelby Willey
Senior Corie Johns
Junior Peyton Hill
Academic All-District 20-5A: 90 above average for the 3rd 9 weeks
Kasey Gershon, Kathryn Gershon, Courtney Heckt, Kylie Heckt, Brianne Jarvis, Ashlyn Lynch, Jessica Martorelli, Anna Montgomery, Lucy Pitcher, Shelby Willey, Benjamin Chatham, Alexis Fowlkes and Katelyn Brown.
Tomball Memorial girls
The Lady Wildcats finished the season as bi-district finalists at 10-2-4 in District 14-6A, after losing to Round Rock 2-1 in overtime, and placed third in the standings, behind Cy Woods and Cy Ranch, under head coach Elizabeth Cavazos.
In the district awards, Cy Woods’ Kiran Singh was named MVP, teammate Bailey Peschel was named Offensive Player of the Year and Cy Woods head coach Amy Trocquet and Bridgeland’s Jacqueline Livingston were named Co-Coaches of the Year.
Cy Lakes’ Priscilla Silva was named Newcomer of the Year, Cy Park’s Ini Ojediran was named Goalkeeper of the Year, Langham Creek’s Camila Montero was named Midfielder of the Year, and Bridgeland’s Emily Wilson and Bryan’s Jane Covey were named Co-Defensive Player of the Year.
Sophomore Lorelai Stramrood
Senior Briana Beaty
Sophomore Alexa Riddle
Junior Sarah Guilstorf
Freshman Trinity Pagel
Junior Serenity Martinez
Senior Ariana Ericksen
Freshman Salma Elhaimer
Junior Olivia Bowen
Tomball Memorial boys
The Wildcats finished outside the top four in District 14-6A, behind Cy Ranch, Cy Lakes, Langham Creek and Cy Springs, under head coach James Woodard.
In the district awards, Tomball Memorial senior Spencer Malone was named Goalkeeper of the Year.
Cypress Ranch’s Lineker Santos was named MVP, teammate Matthew Ferguson was named Defensive Player of the Year and Mustangs’ Michael Garcia was named Coach of the Year.
Langham Creek’s Dylan Heath was named Offensive Player of the Year, Cy Lakes’ Marcus Rangel was named Midfield Player of the Year and Langham Creek’s Carlos Huato and Cy Lakes’ Ulyses James were named New Comer of the Year.
Sophomore Mason Knox
Sophomore Bryce Hinze
Senior Ernest Carmona
The Cougars finished the season outside the top four in District 20-5A, behind Caney Creek, Kingwood Park, New Caney and Willis, under head coach Martin Metcalf.
In the district awards, Kingwood Park’s Luke Tiedtke was named MVP and Willis’ Jesus Frias was named Offensive MVP. Caney Creek’s Joaquin Rodriquez was named Midfielder MVP, teammate Jair Lopez was named Defensive MVP and teammate George Juarez was named Goalkeeper MVP. Porter’s Alejandro Avila was named Newcomer of the Year and Caney Creek’s Andrew McGregor was named Coach of the Year.
Senior Killian Trahan
Senior Ricky Padron
Sophomore Cooper Murdoch
Senior Max Mariscal
Junior Hudson LeBlanc
Junior Eilert Schuman