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What a season it was for private school boys' soccer in the city of Houston.
The Village School brought home the TAPPS Division I State Championship this past season and Kinkaid went on to win the SPC crown. It is time to announce the 2022 All-VYPE Private School Boys Soccer teams presented by Houston Methodist Orthopedics & Sports Medicine.
Team of the Year: The Village School (TAPPS DI state title)Coach of the Year: Curt Brooks, KinkaidGoalkeeper of the Year: Mason Hoggatt, Lutheran South (143 saves)Player of the Year: Jace Windom, Lutheran South (37 goals, 23 assists); Kadin Castillo, Episcopal (37 goals) and Eliot Gregoire, The Village School (26 goals, 8 assists)
First Team: Lucas Wood, St. Thomas
Second Team: Lucas Boada, Frassati Catholic
Honorable Mention: Parker Jackson, St. Pius X
First Team: Christian Lewis, Episcopal
First Team: Maxwell Landrum, Episcopal
First Team: Evan Crosswait, St. Thomas
First Team: Riley Bennett, Lutheran High North
Second Team: Colin Otten, Concordia Lutheran
Second Team: Daniel Omomehin, The Village School
Second Team: Bruno Bobato, The Woodlands Christian Academy
Second Team: Henry Hawthorn, Kinkaid
First Team: Colin Burns, Cypress Christian
First Team: Alejandro Tello, St. Thomas (24 goals, 13 assists)
First Team: Brody Smith, Lutheran South (25 goals, 10 assists)
First Team: Stjin Wouter Satter, The Village School (5 goals, 10 assists)
Second Team: Thomas Welham, Episcopal
Second Team: Santiago Labarthe, St. Thomas
Second Team: Antonio Moschella, Frassati Catholic
Second Team: Ethan Jett, Kinkaid (9 goals, 4 assists)
Houston Methodist Orthopedics & Sports Medicine is Houston's leading provider of orthopedic services, from sports medicine to joint replacement. Houston Methodist offers comprehensive diagnostic, treatment and rehabilitative services with a high standard of excellence for elite athletes, active adults and student athletes. Houston Methodist serves as the official health care provider for the Houston Texans, Houston Astros, Rice Athletics, Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™, Houston Ballet, Houston Symphony and Houston Grand Opera.
What a season it was at the private school level for girls soccer.
St. John's played for an SPC crown and St. Pius X played for the TAPPS Division I State Championship. Episcopal made it to the SPC Semifinals, St. Agnes Academy and Cypress Christian also made it to the State Semifinals.
VYPE has scoured stat sheets, received nominations from coaches and here is the 2022 All-VYPE Private School Girls Soccer Team presented by Houston Methodist Orthopedics & Sports Medicine.
Player of Year Nominees: Lindsay Worthington, TWCA; Faith Cullison, Cypress Christian; Naomi Konuma, Second Baptist SchoolThe winner will be announced next week as a part of the 2022 VYPE Awards presented by Houston Methodist Orthopedics & Sports Medicine.
Coach of the Year: Laura Flores, St. Pius X Team of the Year: St. Pius X
1ST Team Aspen Butaud, TWCA (28 goals, 38 assists) Faith Cullison, Cypress Christian (40 goals, 18 assists) Tessa Dabney, St. Pius X (2nd team all-state) Arianna Doss, St. John’s 21 goals, 4 assists (F) Elizabeth Ingraham, FBCA (256 recoveries, 18 saves) Naomi Konuma, Second Baptist (25 goals, 27 assists) Margo Matula, St. Pius X (2nd team all-state) Jaide-Simone Prejean, St Agnes Academy (1st team all-state) Carolina Snyder-Perez, St. Agnes Academy (1st team all-state) Mary Claire Torn, Second Baptist School (29 goals, 10 assists, 1st team all-state) Lindsay Worthington, TWCA (46 goals, 13 assists)
2nd Team Ava Franco, FBCA (170 recoveries, 75 saves) Madeline Talkington, Cypress Christian (25 goals, 14 assists) Dayla Henderson, Episcopal (10 goals, All-SPC) Emma King, St. Pius X (2nd team all-state) Raquel Noel, Logos Prep (1st team all-state) Blake Olivier-Hodgson, Episcopal (6 goals, All-South Zone) Olivia Pieper, St. John’s (11goals 8 assists) Kenna Sanders, St. Agnes Academy (1st team all-state) Ruth Tamuno, FBCA (Sophomore Defense) 160 recoveries Kate Ostermiller, Concordia Lutheran (HM All-State) Kyra Whitman, FBCA (88 total shots, 31 goals in district games, 36 total for the season, 8 assists)