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S2 — VICTORIA ADVOCATE, Sunday, May 12, 2019 VictoriaAdvocate.com

MIKE FORMAN BOYS GOLF VOLLEYBALL GIRLS BASKETBALL FOOTBALL
SPORTS EDITOR Victoria East, Loren Escalona
he Victoria Advocate is Victoria West, Jordan Hanes Victoria West, Lexi Morris Victoria East, Susie Hernandez Victoria East, Jacob Leigh
Victoria West, Jacqueline Hill
Victoria West, Jordan Fillmore
El Campo, Will Swenson
pleased to be honoring Goliad, Bailey Huber Refugio, Heather Wineman Refugio, Mikaila Rosas Refugio, Ysidro Mascorro
Crossroads student-ath- Bay City, Avery Smith Calhoun, Krislyn Key Calhoun, Rebecca Barrera Calhoun, Logan Evans
letes in a new way: Edna, Austin Black El Campo, Brin Rod El Campo, Natalia Terrell El Campo, Lynn Osina
T through the 2019 Varsity Ganado, Dean Ramsey Bay City, Hannah Cantu Bay City, Diamond Harris Bay City, Marcus Edwards
Cup ceremony and special sec- Shiner, Tyler Palmer Cuero, Ainsley Reeve Cuero, Te’Era Johnson Cuero, Zach Banda
tion. Nominations for athletes Woodsboro, Braden Levick Goliad, Ashlyn Davis Goliad, Kassidy Nicholson Goliad, Logan Bland
recognized in each sport and Shiner St. Paul, Walker Jackson Yoakum, Jayla Morris Edna, Melani Guzman Yoakum, Holden Lauer
cheerleading were sought from GIRLS GOLF Edna, Hannah Weinmann Hallettsville, Kauner Howell Edna, Austin Black
coaches of participating schools Victoria East, Karsyn White Hallettsville, Hailey Cournoyer Bloomington, Eryka Hosey Hallettsville, Jayce Bludau
based upon a student-athlete’s Victoria West, Ansliee Stehling Bloomington, Brianna Gonzales Ganado, Kira Cardenas Bloomington, Corey Ledeay
contributions on the field, in the Calhoun, Heather Glover Ganado, Avery Sulak Yorktown, Jasmin Davis Ganado, Vincent Aguilar
classroom and in the community. El Campo, Darby Lutrick Shiner, Kayla McCarthy Woodsboro, Autumn Havens Shiner, Lane Nevlud
Once the nominations were gath- Goliad, Presley Bluhm Yorktown, Robin Naranjo Victoria Faith, Faith Kucera Yorktown, Dylan Sinast
ered, a committee comprised of Bay City, Makylee Reyna Woodsboro, Skylar Hall Shiner St. Paul, Trinity Garza Woodsboro, Ryan Speis
former coaches and community Edna, Laney Curlee Victoria Faith, Maryha Castillo BOYS TRACK AND FIELD Victoria Faith, Timothy Cornwell
members from around the area Hallettsville, Kingsley Kahanek Shiner St. Paul, DeLynn Pesek Victoria East, Bryce Tomasek Industrial, Zachary Kolodziejczyk
met to decide who would receive Ganado, Annabelle Prove BOYS POWERLIFTING Victoria West, William Sciba Shiner St. Paul, Cole Brown
the awards in each sport, as well Woodsboro, Mailee Shaw Refugio, Dhaireus Nobbie St. Joseph, Payton Terrell
as the awards for special achieve- Shiner St. Paul, Bailey Blair Victoria West, Kadrian Gonzales Calhoun, Will Grubert GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
ment. We thank the coaches for BASEBALL Refugio, Benji DeNava El Campo, Philip Hundl Victoria East, Hannah Tyler
Calhoun, Leobardo Madera
submitting nominations, and the Goliad, Clayton Klekar Bay City, Jonathan Smith Refugio, Alanna DeLeon
committee members for volun- Victoria East, Joah Mendoza Edna, Tre Evans Cuero, Beau Fournet Calhoun, Remington Parker
teering their time and the effort Victoria West, Marco DiLeo Hallettsville, Dylan Crye Goliad, Rocky Morris El Campo, Maddison Dewey
they put forth in choosing the Refugio, Robert Montalvo Bloomington, Bradley Flores Edna, Javonte Seymore Bay City, Victoria Marillo
El Campo, Clay Jung
student-athletes who appear in Bay City, Garrett Dobbs Ganado, Isaac Garza Bloomington, Marcos Gonzalez Cuero, Brooke Wendel
this section. We congratulate all Goliad, Lucas Proschko St. Joseph, Sergio Calvo Ganado, Tyrin Brito Goliad, Ellie Albrecht
the athletes who were nominated Edna, Reese Orsak GIRLS POWERLIFTING Shiner, Tyler Palmer Edna, Bailey Kirk
and recognized at the Varsity Hallettsville, Rhett Trlicek Victoria West, Katelyn Olguin Yorktown, Dylan Sinast Hallettsville, Abigail Bludau
Woodsboro, Garrett Burns
Cup ceremony. This program is Bloomington, Jeremy Hinojosa Refugio, Jadelynne Lewis Victoria Faith, Thorbin Briones Bloomington, Kayla Pinon
a reminder of all the outstanding Ganado, Ethan Guerra Calhoun, Skyleigh Sears Shiner St. Paul, Patrick Green Ganado, Frida Pedrero-Gutierrez
young people in the Crossroads. Shiner, Collin Bujnoch Edna, Kansas Smith Shiner, Lillian Egan
GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD
Yorktown, Dylan Sinast Ganado, Kaelyn Aldridge Victoria East, Abby Barnett Yorktown, Robin Naranjo
Victoria St. Joseph, Kloe Cowan
SOFTBALL Hallettsville, Brandy Moses Refugio, Jai’lin King Shiner St. Paul, Hope Kapavik
Bloomington, Serena DeAnda
Victoria East, Danielle Gomez Yorktown, Robin Naranjo Calhoun, Emme O’Donnell
Victoria West, Christine Wenske St. Joseph, Bailee Burris El Campo, Breanna Perez BOYS TENNIS
Refugio, Christa Lara Bay City, Hannah Hernandez Victoria East, Dustin Holland
El Campo, Kinley Bubela GIRLS SWIMMING Cuero, Ibree Coe Victoria West, Marcus Hermes
Cuero, Maraya Guzman Bay City, Hannah Sliva Goliad, Ellie Albrecht Refugio, Jeffrey Owens
Goliad, Kassidy Nicholson Hallettsville, Callie Edmonds Edna, Raney Orsak Calhoun, Joshua Huang
Edna, Elizabeth Alex Victoria Faith, Isabel DeSanno Ganado, Alexcia Zikuhr El Campo, Blaine Cobb
Hallettsville, Rylee Trlicek BOYS BASKETBALL Hallettsville, Kauner Howell Bay City, Matthew Ray Brooks
Bloomington, Madison Flores Victoria West, Andrew Shelton Bloomington, Tamera Hosey Goliad, Michael Cosper
Ganado, Molly Janssen Refugio, Colten Hesseltine Shiner, Kayla McCarthy Shiner St. Paul, Lane Jackson
ALL AWARD PHOTOS BY EVAN LEWIS Shiner, Emily Cerny Calhoun, Jaylen Stewart Yorktown, Jasmin Davis GIRLS TENNIS
TAB DESIGN BY J.R. ORTEGA Woodsboro, Ryann Rodriguez El Campo, Will Swenson Woodsboro, Bella Coscetti Victoria East, Sadie Duran
Shiner St. Paul, Riley Johnson Bay City, Efrain Robles Victoria Faith, Hannah Bazar
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY Shiner St. Paul, Grace Irvin Victoria West, Corinne Hall
Victoria East, Bryce Tomasek CHEERLEADING Cuero, Cade Pakebusch Refugio, Angelica Tarrango
Goliad, Bailey Huber
Calhoun, Daniel Sanchez Victoria West, Kynleigh Jimenez Edna, Javonte Seymore GIRLS SOCCER Calhoun, Alexis Pham
Cuero, William Green Refugio, Chloe Boxell Hallettsville, Case Thigpen Victoria East, Madisen Gay El Campo, Kamryn Olivia Ermis
Hallettsville, Ryan Targac El Campo, Kiara Romo Bloomington, Clayton Janis Victoria West, Vanessa Oubre Bay City, Monica Mendoza
Bloomington, Salomon Reyes Bay City, Mallory Grimes Calhoun, Present May Goliad, Savannah Mozisek
Ganado, Tyrin Brito Ganado, Avery Sulak Ganado, Colton Teague BOYS SOCCER Shiner St. Paul, Christine Wagner
Yorktown, Dylan Sinast
Victoria St. Joseph, Nicholas Rodriguez Victoria Faith, Isaiah Vasquez
Shiner St. Paul, Lane Jackson Victoria West, Jacob Vasquez, Jr.
Shiner St. Paul, Joseph Natal El Campo, Wesley Schulz

VictoriaAdvocate.com VICTORIA ADVOCATE, Sunday, May 12, 2019 — S3


Holden lauer Football
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“ Holden has been the definition “




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More From The Coach



He was the starting quarterback as a sophomore for our state-finalist
team but was injured about halfway through the season. He was
asked to split time as quarterback his junior year, and he did so without
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Ainsley Reeve Volleyball
Cole, Cole, eAsley And sCiBA AwARd FoR





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CueRo HigH sCHool gpA: 4.0 | pARents: tRAvis And destiny Reeve
“ but she is a phenomenal student, a
Not only is she a dedicated athlete,




fantastic leader and has a work

ethic that is unmatched. “


CoACH wHitney Coles
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Ainsley makes everyone feel loved, a part of the team and appreciated.
But most importantly, Ainsley makes her teammates, and everyone in
the athletic program, feel valued and important – regardless of their
role. Having an athlete like Ainsley go through your program, is a bless-
ing in more ways than one. From left, Jon Peters, Varsity Cup Awards speaker; Ainsley Reeve; and William L. Sciba, III,
Cole, Cole, Easley and Sciba, sponsor representative.








































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Bailey HuBer BoysBasketBall
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Goliad HiGH ScHool Gpa: 3.98 parentS: Brandon and patricia HuBer
“ Bailey has the ability to get the most



out of his athletic ability through

hard work, passion, intensity and a

strong desire to win. “

coacH patrick mackay

More From The Coach


I have – and will continue to use – Bailey as an example to other kids in the
basketball program. You don’t have to be the best to get the most out of
your abilities. Being coachable, (having) character and hard work go a long
way. Bailey’s hard work inspired the rest of the team this year. On more
than one occasion, Bailey would guard the other team’s leading scorer. From left, Jon Peters, Varsity Cup Awards speaker; Bailey Huber; and Tommy Taylor,
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Te’era Johnson GirlsBasketBall
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Cuero high sChool gpa: 4.0 | parenTs: rebeCCa Johnson
“ follow and is an amazing example of
Te’Era sets the bar high for those to




a model student-athlete. She is such

a positive influence on so many. “

CoaCh amy Crain

More From The Coach


Te’Era is a special young lady. She is a multisport varsity athlete, partic-
ipating in basketball, softball and track. She also is a varsity cheerleader
and was recently selected as Cuero High School’s 2019-20 varsity head
cheerleader. She is a natural leader, honest, dependable, responsible,
coachable and never backs down from a challenge.
From left, Jon Peters, Varsity Cup Awards speaker; Te’Era Johnson; and Tommy Taylor,
Atzenhoffer sponsor representative.


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LiLLian egan GirlsCrossCountry






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shiner high schooL gPa: 4.0 Parents: martha and mark egan
“ hamstring and fought off the pain
This past year, she reinjured her




but fell two places shy of competing

at the state meet. “

coach micheLLe winkenwerder


More From The Coach


Lillian started running cross country for me as a 10th-grader. She
has had 10 Top 20 finals in her career. She ran at the state meet as an
11th-grader and was chosen by the TGCA as an All-State Cross Country
Runner. Lillian sits No. 1 in her class and has been awarded numerous
Academic All-State honors because of her work ethic in the classroom.
From left, Jon Peters, Varsity Cup Awards speaker and Lillian Egan.


Lane Jackson BoysCrossCountry







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shiner st. PauL gPa: 3.88 Parents: rafe and Pam Jackson
“ His character, integrity, enthusiasm,


leadership and outstanding work

ethic is admired by his teammates

and coaches. “

coach dana beaL sestak

More From The Coach


Lane Jackson exemplifies what every coach wants in an athlete. He
consistently works hard and has a special relationship with the younger
runners. At the end of every workout, he found the last runner and ran
the remainder of their route with them, regardless of the distance. He is
a leader by example.
From left, Jon Peters, Varsity Cup Awards speaker and Lane Jackson.

VictoriaAdvocate.com VICTORIA ADVOCATE, Sunday, May 12, 2019 — S9

Rhett tRlicek BoysBaseBall
Bel fURnitURe aWaRd foR





gpa: 3.8 |
hallettsville high school |
paRents: Jeff and taRa tRlicek
“ He has shown leadership qualities


to everyone around him and to

strive for greatness to the best

of their abilities. “


coach shoRty cook
More From The Coach


He has demonstrated exceptional skills on and off the field. He has repre-
sented our community, our program and his family with honor and integrity.
Volunteer work and community service and extracurricular activities include
football, baseball, student council, National Honor Society and CCD. He
volunteers at a nursing home and the citywide clean-up. As class officer, he
helps out Hallettsville Little League with free lessons. From left, Jon Peters, Varsity Cup Awards speaker; Rhett Trlicek; Alfredo Eslava, Bel Furniture,
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Rylee TRlicek Softball
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HalleTTsville HigH scHool gpa: 3.8 | paRenTs: Jeff and TaRa TRlicek
“ coachable. She does not put “

She always has been very




herself above her team members.

coacH mike mikeska

More From The Coach




Rylee is committed to play softball to the University of Florida. She is active
in her church and various school organizations. She is very dedicated in what
she sets out to do.
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Garrett Burns BoysTrack






WoodsBoro HiGH scHool | Gpa: 4.0 | parents: Benny and amy Burns
“ His character is outstanding, and




he works just as hard in the

classroom as he does

participating in sports. “

coacH james duprie




More From The Coach


Garrett works hard in the classroom and the athletic arena. He was part of our
12-1 football team as well as a returning silver medalist in both shot put and
discus and has a good chance to win both this year.
From left, Jon Peters, Varsity Cup Awards speaker and Garrett Burns.



Kayla mccartHy GirlsTrack





sHiner HiGH scHool Gpa: 4.0 | parents: jean ann and noe mccartHy
|
“ plus, she will raise your spirits for “

She is positive with her words;




those who are struggling.


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More From The Coach


Kayla is dependable for her team and coaches. She picks up teammates that
don’t drive or can’t find rides to practices. Also, she leads team-building ac-
tivities. Kayla’s integrity shines through not just in track but with her class, as
she has been freshman and junior class officer along with being a team leader
with FCA and Student Council. Kayla goes the extra mile to be the best Lady
Comanche for our track program, as well as for our school.
From left, Jon Peters, Varsity Cup Awards speaker and Kayla McCarthy.

S12 — VICTORIA ADVOCATE, Sunday, May 12, 2019 VictoriaAdvocate.com

Austin BlAck BoysGolf
prEMiuM AppliAncE And MorE AWArd For





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EdnA HigH scHool |
gpA: 3.67 pArEnts: kElly And lisA BlAck
“ and faculty. He puts the team first
He is respected by both students




and is a great role model for

others on the team. “


coAcH kElly BlAck
More From The Coach


Austin is our leader. He helps younger golfers with their games, helps others
get to course/practice, and he makes sure that all are on the same page for
tournaments and practice rounds. He’s the best player but also the hardest
worker. He maintains a high GPA despite a rigorous schedule and missing
classes due to tournaments and other activities.
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CalHoun HiGH SCHool | Gpa: 4.0 | parentS: JaCk and Bonnie Glover
“ She is one of the hardest workers




that I have ever coached. She is

the first one at the course and the

last one to leave. “


CoaCH niCk laBarBera

More From The Coach


Heather is a vital part of our varsity golf team. She is a leader by example.
She is well-rounded and intelligent. Heather is a remarkable young lady with
a great future. She has been a member of the Calhoun golf team for the past
four years. Heather leads by example and has the ability to put things in
perspective. From left, Jon Peters, Varsity Cup Awards speaker; Heather Glover; and Carrie Heldt Myers,
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Wesley schulz Boyssoccer






el caMpo hiGh school Gpa: 3.5 | parents: rachael and Brent schulz
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“ Wesley is an incredibly hard-working


and dedicated young man. He is a

well-rounded individual

and a great person. “


coach elliott BaBcocK
More From The Coach


Wesley showed his incredible leadership skills by hosting his own practices
during the off-season. Wesley would plan practice and organize and commu-
nicate with anyone who wanted to play the game of soccer. Some days there
might be four guys, other days there might have been 20, but one constant
was the presence of its senior leader, Wesley Schulz.








Madisen Gay Girlssoccer







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Victoria east Gpa: 4.0 parents: Kelly pullin and Brandon Gay
“ through, voice, whether it is in “
She leads by example and



practice, game or just in life.


coach Misty BoeniG



More From The Coach


Madisen continues to exemplify what we would want all student athletes
to represent in the classroom as well as on the field. Even though she
plays one of the toughest positions on the field to maintain composure, she
consistently does so with a calmness that gives her team confidence in
her as well as in themselves. From left, Jon Peters, Varsity Cup Awards speaker and Madisen Gay.

VictoriaAdvocate.com VICTORIA ADVOCATE, Sunday, May 12, 2019 — S15

Jeffrey Owens BoysTennis






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refugiO HigH scHOOl | gpa: 3.57 parents: Jeff and raquel Owens
“ more players for our team. Great

He uses his position to recruit




helper and team player. Students

appreciate him. “


cOacH selina HeMpHill


More From The Coach


We graduated our entire squad last year, and Jeffrey stepped up by filling in
wherever I needed him. He began as doubles but worked hard to transition to
a singles player. He always puts in extra hours and helps younger players.









MOnica MendOza GirlsTennis





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Bay city HigH scHOOl gpa: 3.60 parents: Martin and Maria MendOza
“ look. She comes to practice after
She is always positive in her out-




playing soccer. She is a great
asset to the team. “


cOacH larry MicHael dewitt

More From The Coach


Monica shows great spirit and hard work playing tennis. Her volunteer work,
community service and extracurricular activities include being active in her
church, serving in several capacities such as altar server and clothing drive
participant for Our Lady of Guadalupe.
From left, Jon Peters, Varsity Cup Awards speaker and Monica Mendoza.

S16 — VICTORIA ADVOCATE, Sunday, May 12, 2019 VictoriaAdvocate.com

Kadrian Gonzales BoysPowerlifting





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Victoria West Gpa: 3.0 parents: Karina and charlie Gonzales
“ definitely been instilled by his
Character and integrity have




family and hopefully amplified by

participation in our program. “


coach dustin meaux

More From The Coach


Kadrian is a multisport athlete who has relentlessly pursued success. He has
served as a tremendous positive influence and role model for lifters in our
program. Kadrian’s work ethic is contagious and affirmed in his rehabilitation
from a knee injury he suffered last year. He is constantly in the weight room
working to compete at a high level.
From left, Jon Peters, Varsity Cup Awards speaker and Kadrian Gonzales.





sKyleiGh sears girlsPowerlifting






calhoun hiGh school | Gpa: 3.4 | parents: laureen escobar
“ She is/was a tremendous leader



who, despite her individual


accolades, always placed the goals
of the team above her own “


personal ambitions.

coach jason baGWell
More From The Coach


Skyleigh is a three-time state champion in the sport of powerlifting. She won
state her sophomore, junior and senior years. This feat has only been accom-
plished a minimal number of times in the history of Texas High School Powerlifting.
She would be considered, by many, to be the best female high school powerlifter in
Texas at the current time. She will be continuing her lifting career in college. From left, Jon Peters, Varsity Cup Awards speaker and Skyleigh Sears.

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Chloe Boxell Cheerleading
haMMeR doWn oilfield SeRViCeS aWaRd foR





Refugio high SChool | gpa: 4.0| paRentS: eli and CaRla Boxell
“ definition of student athlete leader.


Chloe Boxell exemplifies the




She is RHS Pride.


CoaCh aliCia puRSCh “

More From The Coach



She is currently No. 1 in her class; class president; an active member of
several clubs and organizations including STUCO, NHS and FCA; a multisport
athlete and a leader on our squad. Chloe is always willing to go above and
beyond for her team.
From left, Jon Peters, Varsity Cup Awards speaker; Chloe Boxell; and Brittani Pena, Hammer
Down Oilfield Services, sponsor representative.

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HannaH Sliva GirlsswimminG






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Bay City HigH SCHOOl gpa: 3.85 paRentS: danny and kim Sliva
“ Hannah has been instrumental



in helping us restore our swim

program.


COaCH BOB ButtOn “


More From The Coach


(Our program) went “extinct” in 2015, until a handful of kids, including and
led by Sliva, brought us back in 2016. Volunteer work and community service,
extracurricular activities include NHS, Powerset, Bay City Scholars, Aristocat
Drill Team, DECA, Interact, four-year varsity volleyball and swimming, student
body president, No. 3 in class of 2019. From left, Jon Peters, Varsity Cup Awards speaker and Hannah Sliva.










ReeSe ORSak sportsmanshipaward






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edna HigH SCHOOl |
gpa: 3.69 paRentS: SHannOn and taRa ORSak
“ field and a fantastic student in the
He is no doubt our captain on the




classroom as well.


COaCH kenSey allen “

More From The Coach


Reese is a perfect example of what our Cowboy Athletic Program is all about.
Servant leadership is something that Reese excels at. Every day, he puts in his
best effort at the task at hand, accepting nothing but the best from himself and
his teammates while at the same time being there to help his teammates and
fellow students along the way. From left, Jon Peters, Varsity Cup Awards speaker and Reese Orsak.

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Lane nevLud ExtraMilEaward
chicK-FiL-a aWard For





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Shiner high SchooL gpa: 4.0 parentS: Quintin and Stephanie nevLud
“ in football and was our starting

He was a four-year letterman




middle linebacker the last three years.

coach Steven cerny “


More From The Coach


Lane fits all the criteria that is asked of for a varsity cup nominee. You could
not ask for a better student-athlete. Not only is he an outstanding leader, he is
intelligent, hard-working, well-liked, athletic and just an overall well-rounded
person. From left, Jon Peters, Varsity Cup Awards speaker; Lane Nevlud; and the Chick-fil-A cows.








We would like


to congratulate


all of the


Varsity Cup


nominees.



















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Krislyn Key Outstanding



achievement inacademics


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Calhoun high sChool gpa: 4.0 parents: Brienne and dennis Key
“ academic student at Calhoun.

Krislyn is the hardest-working





CoaCh Kristin spenCer “



More From The Coach


She is No. 1 in her senior class while balancing varsity volleyball and track as
well as Honor Society and Anchor Club and activities. She works hard and is
responsible beyond her years. She is the perfect candidate for such an honor.
From left, Jon Peters, Varsity Cup Awards speaker; Krislyn Key; and Dr. Donald Breech, DeTar
Healthcare System, sponsor representative.






The 30-Minutes-Or-Less E.R. Service Pledge -

only at DeTar Healthcare System.


In a medical emergency, every minute matters. So, at DeTar
Healthcare System, you’ll find faster care in the emergency
room. We work diligently to have you initially seen by a
medical professional* in 30 minutes - or less. And, with a
team of dedicated medical specialistsm we can provide a
lot more care, if you need it.


Winner for Outstanding Achievement in Academics








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*Medical professionals may include physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners.

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Garrett Dobbs CommunityExCEllEnCE
Detar HealtHCare system aWarD For





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bay City HiGH sCHool Gpa: 3.9 parents: Gary anD pamela Dobbs
“ Since I first met Garrett, he has


always been a leader.


CoaCH eriC vasquez “






More From The Coach


Day in and day out, he works hard and exhibits all of the characteristics you
should want in a team leader. He demonstrates all of these not only on the field
but also in the classroom. He is currently ranked No. 3 out of 213 in his class.

From left, Jon Peters, Varsity Cup Awards speaker; Garrett Dobbs; and DeTar Healthcare
System CEO Gary Malaer, sponsor representative.






The 30-Minutes-Or-Less E.R. Service Pledge -

only at DeTar Healthcare System.


In a medical emergency, every minute matters. So, at DeTar
Healthcare System, you’ll find faster care in the emergency
room. We work diligently to have you initially seen by a
medical professional* in 30 minutes - or less. And, with a
team of dedicated medical specialistsm we can provide a
lot more care, if you need it.


Winner for Community Excellence








www.detar.com





*Medical professionals may include physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners.

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Zach Banda heart& desire
p&h tire aWard For





|
cuero high School | gpa: 3.8 parentS: SuZanne & Sam Banda
“ He is one of the hardest-working “



kids in our program, and he is a

proven leader on and off the field.


coach traviS reeve


More FroM the CoaCh

Zach is a senior leader of our 2018 4A Division II State Championship
football team overcame a lot to achieve the success he has achieved. He lost
his dad almost two years ago, and then suffered a heart condition of his own
during the playoffs his junior season. Zach then broke his leg in the second
game of his senior year, but he never quit and was faithful in his rehab.
From left, Jon Peters, Varsity Cup Awards speaker; Zach Banda; and Harrison Peterson, P&H
Tire, sponsor representative.






















We are proud to support and sponsor the



Hearts & Desire award for the 2019 Varsity Cup.





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Ysidro Mascorro Male athlete of the year
victoria advocate aWard for




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refugio HigH scHool gpa: 3.9 pareNts: ricHard aNd MicHelle Mascorro
“ He sincerely is a perfect selection.

Ysidro is truly a coaches dream.





coacH jasoN HerriNg “






More From The Coach


He has all of these qualities: Tremendous leader, dependable, responsible,
honest, coachable, loved by his peers. Ysidro is a “home run” choice for this
award, absolutely. No doubt about it!

From left, Jon Peters, Varsity Cup Awards speaker; Ysidro Mascorro; and Publisher and Editor
Chris Cobler, Victoria Advocate, sponsor representative.





Natalia terrell feMale athlete of the year
victoria advocate aWard for




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el caMpo HigH scHool gpa: 3.0 pareNts: alfred aNd aNgela terrell
“ lady, works extremely hard and is



She is a very coachable young




dependable on and off the basketball court.

coacH gabe villarreal “



More From The Coach


Natalia is a four-year letterman and captain of the girls’ basketball team.
Natalia is a humble and vocal student athlete. She was selected district MVP,
All Region and All State. From left, Jon Peters, Varsity Cup Awards speaker; Natalia Terrell; and Publisher and Editor
Chris Cobler, Victoria Advocate, sponsor representative.

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Travis reeve





Cuero HigH sCHool


CoaCh of theYear










sTeven Cerny






sHiner HigH sCHool


athletiCDireCtor

of theYear



Steven Cerny will finish his three-decade career

at the end of this season, but his accomplish-
Cuero head football coach Travis Reeve
ments during the years will never be forgotten.
introduced the slogan “Uncommon Men Win” Cerny led the Comanches to a state football title

before the 2017 season. “I just felt like we in 2004, state baseball titles in 1992 and 2002,

needed something else in our program to

develop ourselves as men,” Reeve said. The and state softball titles in 2015 and 2016.

Gobblers embraced the slogan and it helped

propel them to the 2018 Class 4A, Division Make your

II state championship. Reeve’s work with the mark at uhv

team, school and community led to his selec- Congratulations on your

tion as the 2018 Coach of the Year. high school athletic
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PHOTOS BY CHARLIE BLALOCK/[email protected]
Former Brenham High School baseball player and Texas A&M pitcher Jon Peters speaks to About 600 people, students, coaches and famiies, showed up for the Varsity Cup ceremony.
students at the Advosports Varsity Cup.



























































Emcee Gary Moses talks to a crowd of more than 600 at the Advosports Varsity Cup ceremony in the Victoria Community Center.

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YSIDRO MASCORRO




ADVOCATE FILE PHOTOS
MALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR THROUGH THE YEARS



























Refugio’s Ysidro Mascorro looks at the ball after hitting it during a 2018 game against Agua Dulce Mascorro runs the ball during the Class 2A, Division I semifinal against San
at the Refugio baseball fields. Augustine. The Bobcats faced Mart during the 2017 state final at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.















































Mascorro helps Dareon Wills strap down his helmet during the Refugio Bobcats’ first practice of the 2018 season.

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NATALIA TERRELL




ADVOCATE FILE PHOTOS
FEMALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR THROUGH THE YEARS
































El Campo’s Natalia Terrell fights for a layup during a game against Royal in the El Campo gym.











































El Campo’s Natalia Terrell, right, passes the ball over the heads of St. Joseph’s Bennett Welch and
Heidi Terri. Terrell, left, grabs a rebound in front of Welch during a game at the St. Joseph gym.

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We would like to congratulate all of the



Varsity Cup nominees.




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