Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the high school spring sports season has been postponed. The Post-Register would like to recognize the following senior athletes on the QHS soccer team who will not get to play their final season. Comments submitted by Head Francisco Tafoya.

Irvin Perez Chavez

Team Experience: 4 years

Irvin a very acrobatic goalkeeper that was looking to become the starter between the posts. His commitment to the team over the years looked to have finally reward him. A keeper that will be hard to replace not only for his talent, but his patience as well.

Saul Buenrostro

Team Experience: 4 years

Saul the type of player any coach would love to have on their team. He is not only very skilled on the ball but his IQ for the game is phenomenal. He’s certainly made a name for himself in the CWAC as a midfielder.

Omar Rodriguez 

Team Experience: 4 years

Omar is a great defender . He’s the type of player that is a joy to watch play because of his love for the sport. His willingness to always want to learn and improve will be strongly missed.

Miguel Flores

Team Experience: 3 years

Miguel is a great example of the growth a player can have if you just practice and practice. He is a talented goalkeeper that could’ve easily worked his way on to the varsity team because of his work ethic and athleticism.

Brayan Sorto

Team Experience: 4 years

Brayan has been a great squad player. Strong on the ball and great range of passing. Brayan has continued to improve year after year. I know this year could’ve been his year to fulfill his immense amount of potential.

Kevin Diaz

Team Experience: 1 year

Kevin is a good defender for a player that comes on to play for the first year.

Ricardo Corona

Team Experience: 1 Year

It has been a joy to see Ricky come out and play this year. His efforts have been undoubtedly noticed and appreciated.

Josue Esparza

Team Experience: 4 years 

Josue a player that is constantly giving it all whether it’s at practice or in a game, always giving 110% effort.

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