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Fraga awarded 7-4A Co-MVP; Sissies and Lady Eagles earn all-district honors

By Reece Waddell | Published Saturday, April 27, 2019
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Bridgeport’s Marisol Fraga was named Co-MVP of District 7-4A, helping the Sissies to second place in the league.

Fraga also led Bridgeport to its first playoff victory, a 1-0 win over Benbrook in the bi-district round.

The Sissies’ Breanna Martinez was the Defensive MVP, while Beka Powers was the Utility Player of the Year.

Bridgeport’s keeper, Aubrey Powers, was named the league’s top keeper. She surrendered just 1.3 goals per game.

Decatur’s Sarah Dalton was the 7-4A Co-Offensive MVP.

Dalton was one of the Lady Eagles’ top goal scorers, helping Decatur to one of the program’s best seasons at 6-11.

2019 DISTRICT 7-4A GIRLS SOCCER TEAM

Co-MVP: Marisol Fraga, Bridgeport; Ti Krumme, Argyle

Co-Offensive MVP: Sarah Dalton, Decatur; Lilly Coleman, Argyle

Defensive MVP: Breanna Martinez, Bridgeport

Midfield MVP: Emma Sheehan, Argyle

Utility Player of the Year: Beka Powers, Bridgeport

Newcomer of the Year: Mia Walters, Argyle

Goalkeeper of the Year: Aubrey Powers, Bridgeport

First Team

Bridgeport: Kristen Grooms, Elizabeth Kranz, Tariana Cervantes, Ashley Ingram

Decatur: Corin Rodriguez, Devanhi Aguilar, Katelyn Chaney

Second Team

Bridgeport: Lexi Lopez, Giselle Aguilar, Lesley Delgadillo, Zahrea Driver

Decatur: Britney Fernandez, Kim Huerta, Mary Faith Tune

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