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10 Madras White Buffalo boys soccer players earn Tri-Valley Conference honors this season.

STEELE HAUGEN - Andres Acuna scored 21 goals and had three assists in the 2018 season, helping him earn first-team all state.Madras White Buffalo soccer athlete Andres Acuna has earned first-team all state. Acuna ended the season with 21 goals and three assists for the Buffs. He also earned Tri-Valley first-team honors, as well as several other White Buffalo athletes.

STEELE HAUGEN - Melchor Olivera defended the midfield for the Buffs and recorded three goals and eight assists, earning TVC first-team honors.Melchor Olivera defended the midfield for the Buffs and recorded three goals and eight assists, earning TVC first-team honors.

STEELE HAUGEN - White Buffalo goalie Byron Patt was the first goalkeeper from Madras to earn TVC first-team honors, making some incredible saves during the season.White Buffalo goalie Byron Patt was the first goalkeeper from Madras to earn TVC first-team honors, making some incredible saves during the season.

STEELE HAUGEN - Alex Diaz earns second-team and was able to score four goals this year, but also led the team in assists with 10.
Esteban Gomez, Tyriek Rodriguez, Tony Giron and Alex Diaz all earned second-team TVC honors on the year. Gomez, who played defense for the Buffs, scored two goals in the season. Giron, who also played defense, assisted on two goals.

STEELE HAUGEN - Tyriek Rodriguez, a midfielder for Madras, scored three goals and assisted on two, helping him earn second-team.
Rodriguez, a midfielder for Madras, scored three goals and assisted on two. Diaz was able to score four goals this year, but also led the team in assists with 10.

STEELE HAUGEN - Speedster Leo Gutierrez earns honorable mention and had 10 goals on the season and assisted on three.
Alex Sanchez, Chapin Grote, and Leo Gutierrez earned TVC honorable mention honors. Sanchez assisted on two goals this year and Grote, a defender for the Buffs had one assist. Speedster Gutierrez had 10 goals on the season and assisted on three.

Madras head coach Clark Jones earned TVC Co-Coach of the year with Molalla head coach Ryan Gates.

The White Buffalos finished the year with a 12-4-1 overall record, 7-2-1 in league play, losing in the state playoff semifinals match.STEELE HAUGEN - Tony Giron, who played defense, assisted on two goals, helping him earn second-team


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