Nine members of the Caldwell County High School boys soccer team were named to District 7 postseason honors last week at the district tournament held at Hopkins Co. High School.

Five players were named to the all-district team for their playing capabilities, and six were named to the district all academic team for earning a grade-point average of 3.5 or better.

Tigers named to the all-district team were junior forward Blake Vivrette, junior forward Ethan Weatherspoon, sophomore midfielder Haiden Ball, sophomore defender Christian Jones and freshman goalkeeper Corbin Nichols.

Those named to the district all-academic team were Vivrette and Weatherspoon along with sophomore midfielder Weston Graham, sophomore defender Blake Lancaster, sophomore forward Tyler Linton and sophomore forward Grayden Miller.

Vivrette led the scoring for CCHS this year, placing 10 of the team’s 15 goals in 10 games and handing out one assist. Weatherspoon scored three goals and had two assists, while Ball had one goal and two assists, Miller had one goal and one assist and Linton had one assist.

In goal, Nichols had 102 saves in 10 games, allowing 29 goals for a 2.9 goals-against average.

The Tigers finished the season with a 3-4-3 record overall and a 1-1 mark in District 7 play, finishing second in regular-season standings.

Caldwell County fell in the District 7 tournament semifinals.