Following the Honeybees' state championship soccer campaign, the accolades continue to roll in. This time it's the district 4-4A all-district selections. 

In all, Stephenville had 13 individuals named in the list, including two most valuable player awards and two newcomer of the year honors. 

Freshman Ciara Johnston was named the most potent offensive threat in the district taking home the offensive MVP award, while senior defender Savannah Alford was recognized for work as the defensive MVP. 

Alongside the MVP honorees are two more freshman. 

Beatris Chavarria was named 4-4A's defensive newcomer of the year, while forward Gracie Bales took home of the offensive honors. 

First team all-district mentions for the team included two freshman, Jimena Espinoza and goalkeeper Madison Wyly, while senior Kalee Wright ended her high school career as a first team all-district player. 

Freshman Haleigh Beam, Claire Choate and Courtney Langley were all chosen for the district's second team, while Brinkley Harlow, Alexis De Los Santos and Madelyn Heupel were third team mentions. 

Stephenville won the state championship after finishing second in district 4-4A and defeating Boerne in the state title game, 2-1, last week.