Senior Chayla Ambriz has made an impact on the field almost since the moment she walked on campus.
The 2020 season offered Ambriz the opportunity to have the stage all to herself after earning the District 23-4A all-district MVP honor last year.
She didn’t disappoint in her final campaign with the Lady Jays with 92 points to earn MVP honors back-to-back.
Ambriz led the team in both goals and assists with 35 and 22 respectively.
Junior Brianna Pena joined Ambriz as a district superlative selection by being named the midfielder of the year.
Pena had 42 points including 14 goals and 14 assists.
Freshman Emma Cardenas, senior Siera Cardenas, freshman Ariana Franco, sophomore Arianna Hurley and sophomore Evelyn Melendez were named to the all-district first team.
Emma Cardenas, a defender, recorded three points while scoring one goal and one assist.
Siera Cardenas, a full-back, had five points off of two goals and one assist.
With 15 goals and 17 assists, Franco recorded 47 points for the Lady Jays.
Hurley was second on the team in points with 72. She had 27 goals and 18 assists.
Melendez had two goals and two assists in 15 games.
Sophomore Joselyn Argueta, junior Jaqueline Argueta, sophomore Nataly Flores, senior Yulisa Melendez and sophomore Yasmyn Ochoa were named to the all-district second team.
Joselyn Argueta and Jaqueline Argueta each recorded one goal for Needville.
Freshmen Laila Alamo, Natalia Jimenez, Haley Parker, Jennifer Reyes, Jessie Roussell and Perla Ventura, along with senior Chyanne Johnson, earned honorable mention on the all-district team.
Needville finished with a 16-4-1 record overall and an 8-2 record in District 23-4A play.