Murrieta Mesa High School Athletes of the Week: Feb. 11

Murrieta 24/7 honors area high school athletes for their accomplishments. Coaches of each sport are invited to submit athletes for recogni...

Murrieta 24/7 honors area high school athletes for their accomplishments. Coaches of each sport are invited to submit athletes for recognition. Here are this week's Athletes of the Week at Murrieta Mesa High School:

Four members of the Rams' wrestling team are honored this week for going undefeated in league competition. They are Dominic Ramirez, Adrian Lindsley, Marcus Strecker and Jeff Gallegos.






Grace Green (right) is a standout junior for the girls soccer team. "She is a consistent player who always brings her best effort," said her coach, Mark Vogel. "Grace is an amazing student as well as a great asset to our team. She is one player who has the ability to lift the level of play and creates a lot of scoring chances."











Another honoree from the girls soccer team is Mallory Dominguez (left), a senior captain "who has taken our young team on her back," Vogel said. "Playing a few different positions, Mallory continues to drive the team. Whether it’s chasing back to defend or starting an attack, Mallory is most likely involved. She does an excellent job mentoring younger players during training and always keeps a positive attitude.











Junior Ryan Lynton (left) of the boys basketball team had a season-high 15 points against Great Oak, including a 13-point outburst in the second quarter. He also contributed greatly on the defensive end the entire game, said coach Chris Jones.













Brock Hendrickson (right) is a sophomore and starting goalkeeper for the boys soccer team. "Last year he had an amazing year and he has been even more brilliant this year," said his coach, Robert Bokma. "This past week against Vista Murrieta he had his best varsity game to date. If it wasn't for his efforts, we would have lost the game. His entire team played even better than normal because of what he was doing. He had some of the best saves of the year in the game (a 1-0 victory).

"Brock has led this team by leading by example. He worked out all summer with the program and is usually the first to practice and one of the last ones to leave practice. He has a great attitude and uses his upbeat approach to help keep the team moving in a positive direction. We are so excited to have Brock in our program and look forward to the rest of this year as well as two more years down the road."

Girls water polo player Tessa McCart (left) led her team offensively at a recent tournament, including the sudden death game-winning goal to put the team in first place.




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