When it comes to the game within the game this season, one of the favorite scenarios for Irving MacArthur girls soccer Eric Alonzo is when his midfielder Ana Cedeno gets in a 1-on-1 situation against an opposing defender. Or even defenders as in plural.
After making defenders zig when they should zag, Cedeno frequently moves on to score goals, or more often, setting up her teammates to find the back of the net. She’s doing it as a freshman to boot.
Cedeno leads all area players with 23 assists while scoring 18 goals. She has helped MacArthur compile an 11-5-3 record, 5-1-2 in District 7-6A, almost a lock for making the playoffs.
Read more about the MacArthur standout player in this Dallas Morning News article.