Terry girls soccer head coach Catherine Burnley’s squad battled through a tough District 24-5A slate to earn four selections to the all-district team.
Sophomore midfielder/forward Griselda Gonzalez and freshman midfielder Gracie Stavinoha were named to the all-district first team.
Gonzalez had 35 points to finish in the top 10 among scorers in 24-5A. She collected 10 goals and five assists.
Stavinoha had 24 points from seven goals and three assists.
Midfielder Alicia Hernandez and Lizbeth Hinojosa were named to the all-district second team.
Senior sweeper Lathy Galdamez, senior Alejandra Morales, sophomore defender Débora Cribas, sophomore defender Marián Ybarra, senior outside midfielder Jennifer Sanchez, senior forward/midfielder Briseida Mendez, goalkeeper Yasmine Navarro, senior forward Calysta Wilson and senior defender Mirian Rivera earned honorable mention to the all-district team.
Navarro had 59 saves and 23 goals allowed in eight games. She had three shutouts and averaged 2.88 saves per game.
Terry scored 19 goals during district play while allowing 40.
The Lady Rangers were 5-8 with one loss in penalty kicks. Terry was 6-9-1 overall before the season was cut short due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.