Jordan’s Armijo named 19-5A MVP, Meekins named Coach of the Year

By Tyler Tyre, Sports Editor
Posted 5/4/22

Armijo helped the Warriors in their terrific season by tallying 15 goals and nine assists, helping the Warriors to a second place finish in district.

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Jordan’s Armijo named 19-5A MVP, Meekins named Coach of the Year

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Jordan’s Ryan Armijo was named the District 19-5A MVP after a year in which Jordan set records in their first year of varsity play.

Armijo helped the Warriors in their terrific season by tallying 15 goals and nine assists, helping the Warriors to a second place finish in district.

Jason Meekins was named coach of the year for his efforts in leading the Warriors through the season while Marcelo Ojeda was named newcomer of the year.

Jordan went on a huge run in the playoffs, winning the Class 5A Region III title and making the state semifinals in the process.

Paetow’s Ismael Espinosa was named goalkeeper of the year for the district while Toheeb Oladipupo was named Co-Defensive player of the year after the Panthers won the district title and advanced to the area round.

Magnolia West’s Jafet Ramirez was named offensive player of the year, Magnolia’s Gustavo was named midfielder of the year and College Stations’ Zach Dang was named co-defensive player of the year.

Jordan’s Elijah Betancourt, Ben Bucic and Pierce Sanchez were named to the first team while Paetow’s Jose Dominguez, Lukas Herrera, Daniel Marquez and Roberto Sepulveda were named to the first team as well.

On the girls side, Jordan’s Peri Olmo and Brooklyn Chavis was named newcomer of the year after helping the Warriors to a second round appearance in the playoffs.

Chavis and Olmo along with Christine Marinho and Peri Olmo were named to the first team, as was Paetow’s Rayal Henderson and Breana Rodriguez.

Following is the full District 19-5A boys soccer team.

 

Distinct Awards

District MVP

Ryan Armijo (Jordan)

Offensive Player of the Year

Jafet Ramirez (Magnolia West)

Midfielder of the Year

Gustavo Seglio (Magnolia)

Co-Defensive Player of the year

Toheeb Oladipupo (Paetow)

 

Zach Dang (College Station)

Goalkeeper of the year

Ismael Espinosa (Paetow)

Newcomer of the Year

Marcelo Ojeda (Jordan)

Coach of the Year

Jason Meekins (Jordan)

   
 

1st Team

Elijah Betancourt Jordan

 

Charlie Boggan Brenham

 

Ben Bucic Jordan

 

Adrian Calderon Waller

 

Jack Contenbader CS

 

Will Askew Consol

 

Jose Dominguez Paetow

 

Wyatt Eggleston West

 

Edgar Garcia West

 

Osman Gutierrez Rudder

 

Weston Hawks West

 

Lukas Herrera Paetow

 

Bryce Marianno Consol

 

Daniel Marquez Paetow

 

Abel Piedra Magnolia

 

Ethan Riechman CS

 

Pierce Sanchez Jordan

 

Roberto Sepulveda Paetow

 
   
 

2nd Team

Benjamin Alimasi Paetow

 

Hani Camara Taan Jordan

 

Owen Collins Jordan

 

Johnathan Corado CS

 

Juan Delapaz West

 

Angel Garcia Paetow

 

Owen Green CS

 

Seth Goble Consol

 

Luke Grismer CS

 

Alexander Gutierrez Brenham

 

Joel Herrera West

 

Francisco Lorta Rudder

 

Jose Maldonado West

 

Michael Martinez Magnolia

 

Ernie Mendoza Magnolia

 

Pablo Ortuno Waller

 

Max Pellois Consol

 

Alexis Portillo Waller

 

Owen Rodgers Jordan

 

Ivan Salazar Brenham

 

Martin Sosa Rudder

 

Juancarlos Santos Jordan

 

Joshua Soriano Paetow

 

Erick Tierrafria Paetow

 
   
 

Honorable Mention

David Aguliar Rudder

 

Noah Betancourt Jordan

 

Christiano Cantu Waller

 

Oscar Carlos Rudder

 

Mason Crites Consol

 

Cesar Garcia Paetow

 

Allan Maradiaga Magnolia

 

Rodrigo Melgar Brenham

 

Rafael Paiva-Morat CS

 

Eduardo Portillo Waller

 

Joseph Perez Consol

 

Santiago Quiroga Paetow

 

Andrew Riechman CS

 

JD Ruiz West

 

Miguel Trejo West

 

Cole Vernon Jordan

 

Jesus Villanueva Magnolia

 

Caludio Zavala Brenham

 

Following is the full District 19-5A girls soccer team.

 

Distinct Awards

District MVP-- Laney Gonzales, Sr, Magnolia

 

MVP Offense-- Peri Olmo, Soph, Jordan

 

Midfielder of the Year - Kylie McRaven, Jr, College Station AND Kate Homeyer, Soph, A&M Consolidated

 

MVP Defense-- Skyler Replogle, Sr, Magnolia

 

MVP Goalkeeper-- Taylor Sanderson, Sr, Magnolia

 

Newcomer of the Year: Brooklyn Chavis, Soph, Jordan

 

Coach of the Year-- April Cleveland, Magnolia

 
   
 

1st Team

Ella Goodwin

A&M Consolidated

Lily Hickson

A&M Consolidated

Kate Homeyer

A&M Consolidated

Kira Merrell

A&M Consolidated

Lauryn Wells

Brenham

Kylie McRaven

College Station

Keira Herron

College Station

Elie Dang

College Station

Brooklyn Chavis

Jordan

Gaby Garcia

Jordan

Christine Marinho

Jordan

Peri Olmo

Jordan

Michelle Polo

Magnolia

Kaitlyn Myers

Magnolia

Ellie Ketzner

Magnolia

Gabriella Palomino

Magnolia

Karina Sosa

Magnolia West

Rayal Henderson

Paetow

Breana Rodrgiuez

Paetow

Ashley Munoz

Rudder

Avery Conklin

Waller

   
 

2nd Team

Morgan Marino

A&M Consolidated

Meghan Moore

A&M Consolidated

Grace Tomlinson

A&M Consolidated

Sydney Lane

Brenham

Reagan Lange

Brenham

Shaley Lewis

College Station

Taylor Jennings

College Station

Kelsey Slater

College Station

Julia Olmo

Jordan

Ava Slay

Jordan

Madelyn Mech

Jordan

Camila Luna

Jordan

Madeline Ellis

Magnolia

Sammie Guidie

Magnolia

Kora Duhon

Magnolia

Avery Tindall

Magnolia

Grayson Bertrand

Magnolia West

Katelyn Frazier

Magnolia West

Leila Ortiz

Paetow

Evelyn Martinez

Paetow

Denise Tristan

Rudder

Estefani Esquival

Rudder

Coral Cureton

Waller

Moncerrat Arellano

Waller

   
 

Honorable Mention

Evi Brieden

A&M Consolidated

Camille Corbitt

A&M Consolidated

Robin Aguilar

Brenham

Ale Vindel

Brenham

Ella Hawryluk

College Station

Camila Del Rio

College Station

Isabella Luna

Jordan

Madelyn Way

Jordan

Rylee Pierce

Magnolia

America Gonzalez

Magnolia West

Maira Castro

Magnolia West

Sadie Villalobos

Paetow

Juliana Crespo

Paetow

Marissa Espitia

Rudder

Marisella Tirado

Rudder

Edelin Jimenez

Waller

Stephanie Esquivel

Waller

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