RedWolve Valerie Morales named Co-MVP at Edcouch-Elsa Lady Jackets Varsity Soccer Tournament

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Valerie holding her Co-MVP plaque

Junior Valerie Morales plays midfielder for the Lady Lobos Varsity Soccer team. After the three-day tournament, where the Lady Lobos placed second place, the host of the game presented Morales with a Co- MVP plaque in recognition of her being named Most Valuable Player. The coaches of all the teams who participated in the tournament voted for the MVPs. Morales scored seven goals in the Edcouch-Elsa Lady Jackets Varsity Soccer Tournament.

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