Salado's Hannah Reavis (2) drives to the goal as Taylor's Valeria Alanis defends during their Class 4A bi-district playoff game March 30 at Salado's Eagle Stadium.

Salado took multiple honors on the 25-4A All-District girls soccer team, including Michael Goos being named Coach of the Year.

Three Eagles took superlatives. Sophomore Hannah Reavis shared the MVP honor, while senior Ashlen LaCanne was named Midfield MVP. Senior Reagan Morreale took the Defensive MVP award.

Reavis scored 16 goals and had 19 assists. She broke the school single-season assists record for the second year in a row.

"Hannah is a very talented player that will be a great leader the next two years for our soccer program," Goos said.

LaCanne had 11 goals and eight assists. She will play next season at Lubbock Christian.

Morreale had four goals and three assists, but her big contribution came on the defensive end.

"She anchored our defense with her four years of varsity experience and was always solid in the back," Goos said.

The Lady Eagles won the 25-4A championship and advanced to the second round of the playoffs.

Rylie Stewart, Samantha Vargas, Tyler Pierce, Grace Graham and Madison Spradlin made the First Team for the Lady Eagles. Avery Wright, Lauren Wilson, Presley Maddux, Allison Carnahan and Lydia Smith were selected to the Second Team along with Florence’s Raquel Carbajal and Lilli Lane.

Salado freshmen Aubrey Heffner, Ashley Voelter and Madisyn Maddux earned honorable mention. For the Lady Buffaloes, Amelia Angel, Ashlynn Bonnet and Diana Ramirez also received honorable mention.

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