Two Tracy High soccer players gained all-Tri-City Athletic League honors for their performance during the 2014 season.

Junior Jonny Marin, one of the Bulldog team captains, earned the defensive most valuable player award, and Jake Pranke, also a junior, shared most valuable goalkeeper honors with Lodi senior Ryan Ozminkowski.

Tracy finished in third place in the Tri-City Athletic League, behind Lodi and Tokay, and made the first round of the Sac-Joaquin Section Division II playoffs.

Tracy (10-4-6, 7-3-5 Tri-City Athletic League)

Jonny Marin, junior, defensive most valuable player

Jake Pranke, junior, co-most valuable goalkeeper

Moises Gonzalez, senior

Jaime Martinez, senior

Lorenzo Gonzalez, junior

Jesus Flores, freshman

West (8-6-5, 6-5-4 Tri-City Athletic League)

Sergio Perez, senior

Ruben Salas, senior

Joshua Avelar, senior

Millennium (15-6, 9-3 Central California Athletic Alliance)

Nick Yanke, junior, first-team forward

Yoseph Sattar, senior, first-team defender

Eddie Diaz, senior, second-team midfielder

Fabian Aguayo, sophomore, honorable mention goalkeeper

Kimball (3-14-5, 2-8-4 Valley Oak League)

Noah Aini, junior, first-team midfielder

Carlos Hernandez, junior, second-team defender

Johan Duran, senior, honorable mention midfielder

Christian Martinez, senior, honorable mention goalkeeper

Tristen Power, sophomore, honorable mention defender

Delta Charter (3-12-1, 3-11-1 Mountain Valley League)

Bavneed Pradad, senior, first team

Victor Pena, senior, second team

Miguel Santana, senior, second team

Dretyon Jakes, senior, second team

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