Just as the City of Vision’s varsity softball teams dominated District 1-5A action this spring, when the Rio Rancho Rams (18-9) finished first and the Cleveland Storm (20-8) finished second, local players dominated the All-District teams.

Rams senior Labraida Tenorio and Storm sophomore Mya Pacheco were tabbed as the Defensive Player of the Year and Offensive Player of the Year, respectively.

Tenorio’s teammates named to the first team, which included her, were pitcher Mia Flores, shortstop Madison Begay and second baseman Ashley Burriel.

Pacheco, catcher Ryen Herman, pitcher Alivia “Lala” Hughes and outfielder Mercedes Lovato were Cleveland’s All-District first-teamers.

Four Rams – Mia Martinez, Kayla Reed, Kionna King and Destiny Gonzales – earned All-District second-team honors.

Cleveland’s Tavia Fragua, Alex Paboucek and Aubrey Jaramillo were named to the second team.

Earning honorable-mention honors were RRHS’s Aleah Alvarado and Marissa Valdez, and the Storm’s Avianna Fierro and Lillian Paboucek.


RRHS senior Labraida Tenorio is the District 1-5A Defensive Player of the Year. (Herron photo)