Salado head boys soccer coach Michael Goos did not present gaudy statistics like goals scored and total assists when he nominated Josh Rogers for District 34-4A MVP.
“Most of the time, when you put up a player (for MVP), you put up a midfielder or forward, someone (who has scored) in the high teens or 20 in goals and has a bunch of assists. With a defender, you can’t spout off stats like that,” Goos said. “He’s a junior and he’s a defender, but I think he must have made an impression on a bunch of the other coaches for them to remember who he was and for that many coaches to give him that vote.”
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Staff writer Clay Whittington contributed to this report.