After competing in their first full season as a member of UIL 4A soccer, the Farmersville boys and girls soccer teams were honored for their abilities on the pitch and in the classroom, receiving several all-district awards.
Finishing the district slate having won two games against their rivals, the Lady Farmers received the most recognitions of the two sides overall, with three players earning a spot on an all-district team, while several others received all-academic honors.
Leading the way for the Lady Farmers was junior midfielder Kate Rich, who earned first team all-district honors. Fellow junior midfielder Sabrina Parker also earned all-district recognition, finishing on the all-district second team. Junior goalkeeper Arianna Dematteo rounded out the all-district recognitions for the Lady Farmers, finishing on the all-district third team.
In addition to their performance on the field, the Lady Farmers had several players qualify for the academic all-district team. Members of the all-academic team include Rich, Parker, Dematteo, Phoebe Attaway, Sullivan Beard, Makayla Grabowski, Savannah Johnson, Paige Lair, Madison Price, Cheyenne Rogers, Ella Rudicile, Kylie Self and Aubrey Varner. In addition to these recognitions, Price and Self also earned spots on the Texas Association of Soccer Coaches Academic All-State team.
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By Jackson King • [email protected]