Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Grulla High's Hector Villarreal Named First Team All-State Player

Grulla High School’s Hector “Tiger” Villarreal has been selected as Class 32-3A All-State High School Football Player.  Villarreal is currently a senior who has recently concluded his remarkable football career at Grulla High School.    During this season, Hector’s defensive statistics were simply implausible!  Standing at 5’8 and weighing 140 lbs., Villarreal led the Gators with 135 tackles, 95 solo tackles, 8 interceptions (one for a touchdown), 6 Quarterback sacks, 6 forced fumbles, and 3 recovered fumbles.  His remarkable performance assisted the Gators to a heaping 7-4 record and the program’s first playoff appearance.  Along with partaking in the remarkable Gator first ever playoff appearance, Hector was named District 32-3A Defensive Player of the Year.  He was also a 1st Team All-District selection as a junior in 2010.  Villarreal is not only an outstanding team player; he is also a dedicated and committed student who is self-disciplined and driven.  Hector aspires to graduate in May and pursue his post-secondary education at Lindenwood University.  We would like to congratulate Hector and his Football Coach Abel Gonzalez III for an awesome football season!  Go Gators Go!

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