Creekview Mustangs : Welcome
Saturday, April 25
The 2015 banquet was a huge success and special thanks to all of those that helped out and attended.
The following team awards given out.
MVP - Austin Soles
Defensive MVP - Jay Martinez
Leading Goal Scorer - Austin Soles
Midfielder - Tommy Guzman
Iron Man Award - Joshia Bostic
Newcomer Award - Jesus Reyna
MVP - Andrew Jones
Defensive MVP - Chase Harler
Leading Scorer - David Jung
Midfielder - Christian Palnkenhorn
Iron Man - Nick Longoria
Saturday, April 11
The Creekview Mustangs lost a tough game in the first round of the playoffs in OT to Rockwall Heath. Creekview scored in the opening minutes when senior Austin Soles would follow in a shot attempt from senior Tommy Guzman for a 1-0 lead. Soles would make it 2-0 when he slam home a shot from 15 yards pass the keeper off a nifty pass from junior Josiah Bostic. Creekview would have chances to add a third goal but were never able to capitalize on those chances.
Heath would score 2 goals in the final 10 minutes to tie the score and they would add goal in OT for the victory.
Wednesday, April 8
The 11-5A second place Creekview Mustangs are well represented on the 2015 All District teams.
Leading the way is Creekview senior Austin Soles, who was named to the first team. For Austin, who led Creekview in goals and assists from his midfield position, this is his third straight year of making the first team. Austin is the first player in Creekview history to be named first team All District three times. Austin will be attending and playing soccer at Ouachita Baptist University this fall.
Also making first team is senior midfielder Tommy Guzman. Tommy garnered the District Newcomer of the Year award his freshman season, and was named to the second team his sophomore year. Tommy scored the third most goals for Creekview this season.
Junior centerback Jay Martinez took home the District Defender of the year award. Jay anchored the defense this season and appeared in every district game. Junior forward Josiah Bostic also was named to the first team. Joshiah was second in goals scored this season for Creekview. Joshiah was named to the second team last season. Rounding out the first team for Creekview was sophmore midfielder Jesus Reyna.
Creekview also place 4 people on the second team. Led by senior keeper Javier Grande, who was also named to the second team last season. Sophmore defender David Jaime also made the second team for the second consectutive year. Also named to the second team were juniors Alexander Mougridis and Jesus Gil Navarro.
A couple of Creekview Mustangs that were tracking towards district honors before injuries cut their season short were juniors Michaele Neale and Jonathon Rodriguez. They were named as honorable mention along with senior Jose Mayorga and sophomore Mario De Leon.
Saturday, March 21
The Creekview Mustangs defeated the Newman Smith Trojans 1-0 on Saturday at Standridge season.
Creekview scored the winning goal off a play that started when senior Tommy Guzman played a ball in the air to senior Austin Soles who headed the ball onto the path of junior Josiah Bostic who hit a perfectly placed shot into the far corner for the goal. The rest of the game would see Creekview with some scoring chances but they were unable to capitalize on any of them. While the play of senior keeper Javier Grande and the defensive back line of junior Alexander Mougridis, sophomore Mario DeLeon, junior Jay Martinez, and freshman Andrew Garza kept the Trojans off the scoreboard all game.
The victory gives the Mustangs a 8-4-2 district record and their overall record stands at 13-7-2.
Congratulations Mustangs on finishing in second place! Good luck in the playoffs.
Sunday, March 8
The Creekview Mustangs defeated Thomas Jefferson 2-1 at Loos field in Addison on Friday night.
Creekview would score first when sopomore David Jamie played senior Austin Soles down the line and Soles outran the TJ defense and slotted by the keeper for 1-0 lead. Creekview would score again off a nice passing combination that would see the ball go from Jamie to Soles then to a streaking junior Josiah Bostic who beat the keeper to the far post for the 2-0 lead. TJ would cut the lead to 2-1 right before half on a 30 yard laser.
The second half would see Creekview's defense put the clamps on the TJ offense with solid keeper play from senior Javier Grande and the defensive line of junior Jay Martinez, sophomore Ryan Smith, sophomore Mario DeLeon, and freshman Andrew Garza and finish with a much needed 2-1 victory.
The win leaves Creekview with 7-3-2 record in district and 12-6-2 overall record. The win clinches a playoff spot for the Mustangs for the fifth consectutive year and leaves the Mustangs in first place with 2 games to play.
Thursday, February 26
The shorthanded Creekview Mustangs and Hillcrest played to 1-1 draw on Wednesday night at Forrester stadium in Dallas. Hillcrest would score first when Creekview left a Hillcrest player unmarked and he scored off a cross into the box to go up 1-0. Hillcrest would keep Creekview bottled up for much of the game, before senior Austin Soles moved to the forward spot and penetrated the defense to draw a penalty which was converted by senior Tommy Guzman for the 1-1 draw. Creekview played the game without 3 normal offensivie starters, 2 of which junior Michael Neale and junior Jonathon Rodriguez are lost for season due to injuries.
The draw leaves Creekview at 5-2-2 in the district and 10-5-2 overall.
Wednesday, February 4
Creekview Mustang's Austin Soles signed a letter of intent with Ouachita Baptist University on national signing day. Austin was first team all-district selection as a sophomore and a junior. He was also on varsity his freshman year when Creekview won it's last district title. The team is currently 3-0 in district play.
Austin was joined by his coach, Vincent Jovel, who did a wonderful job in talking about his time as Austin's coach. Austin was represented by his teammates, friends, and family. Austin will be joining his older brother Spencer, a former Creekview soccer player, on the OBU Tiger's soccer team.