The 2005-'06 Cumberland County High School Jet soccer team was honored with a banquet last Friday night at the Cumberland Mountain State Park Recreation Hall.

"We want to recognize everyone appropriately and reflect back on the season," said Coach John Sherrill, who will not coach the team next season.

Assistant Coach Scott Baker, who will be leaving CCHS at the end of the school year to become the Stone Memorial High School Panthers coach, said, "The junior varsity one of the best I have ever seen. They spent a lot of time learning (the game)."

Added Sherrill, "This was the first year we had a separate junior varsity season. I made a huge difference."

"It has been a pleasure working with this group. We accomplished a lot of things with a lot of heart," added Assistant Coach Tim Ports.

Varsity letter winners were Paul Bergvin, Jason Brown, Sam Carruba, Ron Coleman, Jace England, Kurtis Fagan, Alex Garrison, Byron Houston, Kris Martin, Matthew Page, Taylor Ports, TD Schlafer, Tyler Sherrill, Ethan Spitler, Hunter Sweeney, Levi Terry, Paul Vickers and Patrick Weaver.

Rounding out the team were Luke Hively, Josh Carruba, Jeff Straw, Brandon Howard, Elliot Perdomo, Brian Cooper, Justin Selby, Caleb Terry, Oswalod Pulido, Matt Blaylock, Chad Crawford, Zaq Pearson, Jon Becker and Michael Wilson.

Special awards were presented to Sam Carruba, Most Improved; Kurtis Fagan, Defensive MVP; Taylor Ports, Offensive MVP; and Patrick Weaver, Mr. Soccer.

Seniors Jace England, Bryan Houston, Taylor Ports, Sam Carruba, Kurtis Fagan and Jason Brown were also recognized.

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