The Terry boy’s soccer team had a strong 2019 season, winning a district title after coming up one match short of it the previous season.

The Rangers went 18-6-1 overall this season, including a 15-1 run in District 24-5A to win the district title. Terry went on an 11-game winning streak to begin district play before its lone district loss to Manvel on March 5.

Terry went on to win its final three matches of the regular season, but the Rangers suffered a 3-2 loss to Houston Northside in the first round of the playoffs.

Terry had 10 players named to the All-District 24-5A team, including five on the first team, the most of all nine teams in the district.

The Rangers also had three award-winners; with junior striker Ronald Aguilar named the district’s most valuable player.

Senior Alejandro Benavides was named the district’s goalkeeper of the year, and Michael Bevins was named the district coach of the year.

Senior forward Antonio Duenas, senior defender Jaycee Morales, sophomore forward Kevin De La Fuente, junior midfielder Eduardo Rodriguez and sophomore midfielder Bryan Rivas-Guzman were first-team selections.

Senior forward Cristian Lopez, senior midfielder Christian Castillo, junior midfielder Javier Nava, senior defender Darian Morales and sophomore forward Juan Martinez were named to the all-district second team.

Three other Terry players were named honorable mention in junior midfielder Franklin Velasquez, junior defender Juan Ramirez and junior midfielder Aldo Castaneda.

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