Devlin, Dayak named soccer MVPs
by TP staff
May 31, 2013 | 2122 views | 0 0 comments | 37 37 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The Tracy High girls soccer team boasts three players among the San Joaquin Athletic Association’s most valuable players for 2013.

Senior sweeper Shelby Devlin — bound for University of California, Merced, next year — is the SJAA’s overall MVP.

Forward Taylor Roach, also a senior, was named offensive MVP, and sophomore goal keeper Gabriella Tassano was named goalie MVP.

The 2013 season is the second consecutive year the Bulldogs have gone undefeated in league play and the fourth consecutive league title for Tracy’s girls.

Kimball High senior Adaurie Dayak, who is headed to Sacramento State to play soccer for the Hornets, is the Valley Oak League’s most valuable player.

VOL coach of the year is Kimball coach Ron Hattley, who led the team to its first Valley Oak League title. Hattley has coached girls and boys soccer for all four years of sports at Kimball High, including three years as varsity coach for both teams.

San Joaquin Athletic Association

Tracy (14-6-2, 8-0-2 SJAA)

• Shelby Devlin, senior, overall MVP

• Taylor Roach, senior, most valuable player, offense

• Gabriella Tassano, sophomore, most valuable player, goalie

• Kaitlin Crone, senior

• Kellie Piazza, senior

• Daesha Brown, junior

• Kelly Brooks, junior

• Samantha Reich, sophomore

• Iris Cruz, freshman

Valley Oak League

Kimball (21-1-1, 13-0-1 VOL)

• Adaurie Dayak, senior, most valuable player

• Ron Hattley, coach of the year

• Tayler Lennier, senior, first team goal keeper

• Marissa Paz, senior, first team defense

• Mireya Magana, junior, first team midfield

• Amber Lennier, senior, second team midfield

• Abigail Dyer, sophomore, second team midfield

• Miciah Madison, freshman, second team defense

• Amanda Arledge, freshman, second team defense

• Taylah Nusser, sophomore, honorable mention

Tri-City Athletic League

West (4-10-1, 3-6-1 TCAL)

• Jocelyn Morales, junior

• Saman Latifi, sophomore

• Natalia Bijak, sophomore

Central California Athletic Alliance

Millennium (13-9-1, 9-3 CCAA)

• Daisey Aguayo, senior, first team

• Ivy Torres, junior, first team

• Reina Perales, sophomore, first team

• Hannah Moyer, sophomore, second team

• Ana Olmos, freshman, second team

• Drew Robbins, junior, honorable mention Delta Charter (2-13, 2-9 CCAA)

• Andi Aguilar, sophomore, first team

• Amanda Guzman, junior, second team

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