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IT WAS A MAGICAL SEASON FOR THE KLEIN FOREST EAGLE FÚTBOL SQUAD AS COACH ROGER RAMIREZ LED HIS TEAM TO SCHOOL HISTORY, REACHING THE REGIONAL SEMIS. THE EAGLES FELL TO ROCKWALL HEATH BUT THE DYE HAS BEEN CAST FOR THE PROGRAM AFTER HOISTING THE COVETED DISTRICT 15-6A TITLE.
Klein Forest says goodbye to Nathan Lopez, the District MVP, to graduation, but returns Defensive MVP Rodrigo Rosales to the pitch.
Erik Segovia earned a first-team nod a year ago and will be assisted by a trio of second-teams in goalkeeper Kevin Avila, midfielder Manuel De Paz Andrade and forward Cristian Canas. Javeth Figueroa should also play a bigger factor this season.
While the boys team showed its dominance, the girls team is in a rebuilding status.
Forest struggled in 2021, but has hopes of being more competitive this season with the return of Alexa Zamarripa, Marlet De La Cruz, Alejandra Romo, Jennifer Coreas, Paloma Espinoza and Ahtziris Gutierrez.
LED BY A TRIO OF SOPHOMORES AND A JUNIOR, KLEIN COLLINS GAINED SOME MUCH-NEEDED EXPERIENCE IN THE ROUGH-AND TUMBLE DISTRICT 15-6A.
The Tigers finished second in district play with a 5-2-5 record but fell to Cypress Woods in the first round. Now-juniors Jasmine Kessler and Adysen Armenta were highly decorated in 2021 being named District Goalkeeper MVP and Midfielder MVP, respectively.
Karli Orantes is another recognized junior as a returning second-teamer. The elder stateswoman is senior Reagan Wammack, who earned first-team honors. Can Collins topple Tomball Memorial for the district title in 2022?
On the boys side, the Tigers struggled in 2021 finishing winless in district. Good news is that second teamer Landon Guenther is back to carry the banner for the Tigers. He will be complemented by Taylor Hamlett and Godfrey Ponce.