The Bellaire High School Boys Soccer program held its annual Awards Banquet May 17 at the Bellaire Civic Center. Coaches honored players from all three teams and issued several special awards.
For Varsity, junior defender/midfielder Carter Sasser was named as the Cardinals Offensive Most Valuable Player and also was given the District 18-6A Offensive MVP award. Senior defender and team captain Filip Paczkowski took home Defensive MVP honors for the Cardinals.
In addition, senior captain Ricky Kai was given the prestigious Cardinal Award. Head Coach Jeremy Rodgers created the Cardinal Award and it’s given to the player who demonstrates exceptional dedication to the program. The Cardinal Award recipient is recognized for his attitude, work ethic, and service to the Bellaire HS soccer program.
For the JV team, coaches named sophomore defender Noah Hanson as the team’s Most Valuable Player. Hanson is also a captain on the team and was moved up to Varsity for playoffs.
Finally, freshman midfielder Daniel Curl took home the first-ever Freshman MVP award! This is the first time Bellaire has fielded a Freshmen team. Curl was a team captain and also led the freshmen Cardinals in goals.