Martin Melchor of Jacksonville High School was voted by the District 35-4A boys soccer coaches as the circuit's Offensive Most Valuable Player.
Melchor is the all-time leading scorer in Tribe soccer history. He will continue his academic and athletic career at Coastal Carolina University (NCAA, Division I) following his graduation from JHS later this spring.
Jacksonville also had four members of its regional tournament-qualifying squad selected for the first team.
That group included, Cruz Rocha, Pedro Mireless, Jon Perez and Levi Santana.
Indians Ruben Lara, Misael Garcia and Orlando Rico picked up second team accolades.
Meanwhile, a quintet of Tribesmen were picked for the honorable mention list.
That listing contained Alberto Escareno, Allan Lopez, Alex Sandoval, Jorge Arrendondo and Jonathan Gonzales.
Tribe soccer is coached by Randy Hammontree, who earned his 100th win as Tribe mentor during his club's post season journey.