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Soccer team celebrates season

POSTED: May 28, 2013 3:17 p.m.

The Dawson County High School boys soccer program held its awards banquet May 21 at the Dawson County Board of Education Community Center.

Coach Jed Lacey's Tiger team posted a 13-4 overall record this season.

The Tigers finished in fourth place in Region 7-AAA and ended the season following a state playoff game at St. Pius X in Atlanta.

Athletic Director Grady Turner welcomed all the guests to the banquet. An invocation was given by Chess Hamby and then a dinner was served.

Presenting awards at the banquet were junior varsity coach Benji Edwards and varsity head coach Jed Lacey.

Receiving awards were: Rising Tiger Award-Alan Sanchez; New Comer of the Year-Cole Edwards; Best Supporting Player-Brandon Lund; Coaches Award-Chris Bywaletz; Iron Tiger Award-Austin Stewart; Defensive MVP-Gunnar Armstrong; Offensive MVP-Josh Lund; and MVP "Golden Boot"-Brooks Fulford.

There are only four seniors on this year's squad: Armstrong, Josh Lund, Jose Miranda, and Bywaletz.

Also on this year's varsity or JV team were:

Juniors: Drew Bishop, Cole Edwards, Brooks Fulford, Ben Leaver, Taylor Mays, Jacob Miller, Cameron Millholland, Sam Muenchen, Jake Smith and Austin Stewart;

Sophomores: Zach Arceneaux, Dalton Edwards, Drake Garrison, Kevin Gonzalez, Brandon Lund, Sal Mendoza, Josh Sage, Randy Schultz, Logan Spindle and Jose Zuniga;

Freshman: Ty Anglin, Mateo Fritz, Andrew Hafermalz, Rigo Jansen, Armando Jimenez, Christian Maldonado, Jason Mays, Alan Sanchez and Jonathan Steele.

Managers on this year's team were Katelyn Hardegree, Sarah Rogers and Paige Reece.

 

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