Texas Girls Coaches Association All-Star MVP

Sydni Stevens (center) poses with her most valuable player award after helping defeat the Blue All-Stars 13-0 on July 14, 2021 in Arlington, TX. Next to Stevens is Red All-Stars coaches Hayland Hardy and Cynthia Herrera.

Before her historic junior campaign this past season, Navarro’s Sydni Stevens was something of a walking anomaly.

In that everywhere she had competed, winning usually followed, as well as awards, honors and the chance to represent Navarro at the Texas Girls Coaches Association All-Star game, held last month in Arlington. Her work on the field during the game earned her even more accolades.

Sye Bennefield Jr. is a sports reporter/staff writer for the Seguin Gazette. You can e-mail him at sye.bennefield@seguingazette.com or at sports@seguingazette.com .

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