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Cowboys well represented on all-league team

Zane Abrams named to all-league first team


Despite not playing a full varsity schedule, the Crook County Cowboys were still well represented on the Intermountain Hybrid League boys soccer all-league team.by: LON AUSTIN/CENTRAL OREGONIAN - Zane Abrams works to control the ball in the middle of the field during a game earlier this year. The senior forward led the Cowboys in goals with 18. Abrams was named first team all-league, while Diego Nunez was named to the all-league second team.

The Cowboys finished with a 3-5-1 record in league matches. However, five of those games were against sub-varsity competition.

Still, Crook County forward Zane Abrams was named to the all-league first team after leading the Cowboys in goals scored with 18.

Midfielder, Diego Nunez, was named to the second team, while defenders Michael Burleigh, Jovani Vargas, and Kohlter Kee along with goaltender Christian Nunez were honorable mention.

The Cowboys finished their season with a 7-6-1 overall record.

Zach Emerson of Mountain View was named player of the year, while Ron Kidder of Summit was named coach of the year for the Intermountain Hybrid League.

Three Cowgirls named honorable mention

Although they played just four league varsity matches, the Crook County Cowgirls had three players who earned all-league recognition.

Midfielder Maddie Lindburg, forward Adriana Villagomez, and goalkeeper Megan Hismith, all seniors, were all honorable mention.

The Cowgirls finished the season with a 2-11-1 overall record.

Delaney Crook of Bend and Hadie Plummer of Summit were named co-players of the year, while Mackenzie Groshong of Bend was named coach of the year.

(For the complete list of both the boys and girls all-league teams see schedules and standings on the left-hand side of page A8)



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