Lamar Consolidated High School senior forward Marissa Garcia did a little bit of everything for the Lady Mustangs.
Garcia’s multiple abilities were rewarded with the 2020 District 24-5A all-district team MVP award.
Garcia was second in 24-5A in goals and points with 24 and 76 respectively. She added four assists.
Garcia wasn’t the only Lady Mustang to get a top honor.
Senior defender Karina Crisostomo was co-defensive player of the year with Manvel’s Zoe Grimes and Willowridge’s Joanna Nicolas.
Crisostomo appeared in five games as a goalkeeper. She had 86 saves and eight goals allowed while recording one shutout. She also had 11 points with three goals and two assists.
Senior Vanessa Maldonado joined Garcia and Crisostomo on the all-district first team.
Maldonado had seven points from one goal and four assists.
Senior midfielder Emilee Donham, senior defender Diandra Vazquez and senior goalkeeper Elliana Tovar were named to the all-district second team.
Donham had 13 points with four goals and one assist.
Vazquez had six points from two goals.
Tovar started six games in net for the Lady Mustangs. She allowed 14 goals and 75 saves while recording three shutouts.
Sophomore midfielder Gloria Maldonado, senior defender Ashley Rojas, junior midfielder Chrysta Ozuna, Melanie Chavarria, junior defender Robin McKee and senior midfielder Taylor Ramos earned honorable mention to the all-district team.
Maldonado recorded four assists and a goal for seven points.
Rojas had 11 points with eight assists and one goal.
Chavarria was in goal for one district game for Lamar Consolidated.
Senior Diandra Vasquez, junior midfielder Cindy Vaquero, junior Robin McKee, senior Vanessa Maldonado, senior Karina Crisostomo, sophomore defender Natalee Schell, senior Ashley Rojas, junior Chrysta Ozuna and senior Emilee Donham were named to the academic all-district team.
The Lady Mustangs were fifth in the District 24-5A standings when play was stopped due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Lamar Consolidated had a 6-9 record in 24-5A play and an 8-11-1 in head coach Taylor Farmilette’s first season.
The Lady Mustangs scored 31 goals and allowed 30 and were one of only five teams with a positive goal differential.