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Farmersville announce award winners at fall sports banquet

by | Jan 25, 2022 | Latest, Sports

Farmersville High School had its fall sports banquet on Monday, Jan. 24 and announced several award winners. 

Some of the top student-athletes in football, volleyball, tennis and cross country were among the award winners announced. 

In football, Brajoen Tidwell was named the Fightin’ Farmers Most Valuable Player. As the team’s starting running back, Tidwell finished with 1,250 yards rushing and 19 touchdowns for the season. Overall, the Farmersville football team went 3-7 and won two district games. 

The Lady Farmers volleyball team was the most successful fall sports team, finishing 40-3 overall and reaching the third round of the 4A playoffs. With their success, the school decided to split the MVP award between Rylee Ortega and Angie Lee. Ortega was among the area leaders in class 4A with 307 kills and 58 aces and signed to play volleyball at Hardin-Simmons University next season.

Lee led the team with 433 kills and had 112 blocks for the season. The junior middle hitter was ranked third in the area for 4A in kills for the season. 

For the rest of the award winners, see below. 


Angie Lee accepts the award for being named to TGCA all-state.

Volleyball MVP: Angie Lee and Rylee Ortega

Volleyball Fightin’ Farmers: Riley Tuck & Hannah Laisure

Volleyball Offensive Player of the Year: Jenson McTee & Lexi Hacker

Volleyball Defensive Player of the Year: Morgan Erwin

Cross Country

Kate Rich (left), Makayla Grabowski (middle) and Aubrey Varner (right) accept Farmersville cross country awards.

Cross Country Farmers’ Grit Boy: Zackary Gennette

Cross Country Farmers’ Grit Girl: Kate Rich & Makayla Grabowski

Most Valuable Boys Cross Country: Mikey Klemiuk & Josh Hoar

Most Valuable Girls Cross Country: Aubrey Varner


Oscar Flores accepts the Farmersville football defensive player of the year award.

Farmersville Times Sportsmanship: Jaron Johnson & Tre Brewer

Farmersville Times Outstanding Defensive Line: Tristen Huff & Austin Grobe

Farmersville Times Farmers’ Fight: Aidan Gray

Farmersville Times Outstanding Offensive Lineman: Dakota Malena & Hudson Gray

Football Overall MVP: Brajoen Tidwell

Defensive Player of the Year: Oscar Flores

Offensive Player of the Year: E.J. Chairez

Special Teams Player of the Year: Conner Hanson

Team Tennis

Team Tennis MVP Girl: Sabrina Parker

Team Tenis MVP Boy: Angel Lopez

Team Tennis Heart and Hustle: Chloe Tanner & Phoebe Attaway

Athletic Trainers

Athletic Trainer of the Year: Abi Spruill

Athletic Trainer Newcomer of the Year: Evelyn Prudencio

Athletic Trainer Fightin Farmer: Andrea Patino

For the complete story, see next week’s edition of The Farmersville Times. Support your community newspaper for less than $40 a year.

By Kyle Grondin • [email protected]

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