The Boerne High girls soccer team had its season cut short, but the Lady Hounds still managed to win this year’s District 28-4A title and had 12 players honored by the league’s coaches.
BHS was 7-0 in 28-4A play and still had one more district match left against Fredericksburg on March 17, but that match was never played after the season was put on hold because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Even if Boerne had lost to Fred in the last regularseason match of the year, it wouldn’t have mattered since they had already wrapped up the 28-4A title.
It’s the sixth straight district title for the Lady Hounds and they’ve gone 49-1-1 during league play in that six-year stretch.
Boerne High (16-3-1 overall) has made two state tournament appearances during those six years and was hoping for another one this season with a good mix of athletes as reflected by their all-district selections.
Senior Lexi Truitt was voted the 28-4A Most Valuable Player and senior Brianna Barrera was named the Offensive MVP of 28-4A. Both Truitt and Barrera scored more than 100 goals in their careers at Boerne High.
Senior Hensley Repak was a first-team all-district selection, along with sophomore Regina Hernandez, freshman Madeline Davis and freshman Kylie Combs.
Senior Katlyn Schmeltzer was a second-team all-district selection, while junior Charlie Rand and freshman Lily Griffith were also second-team all-district picks.
Senior Kassidy Langlinais, senior Ava Mason and senior Hannah Walker all landed on the honorable mention team.
Boerne’s last match of 2020 came on Friday, March 6, when they defeated Bandera, 11-0. They went on spring break after that and were scheduled to return to play Fredericksburg the Tuesday after break, but that never happened after the season was postponed and eventually cancelled.
BHS outscored its district opponents 56-1 with their lone goal surrendered to Fredericksburg in the first round of 28-4A action.