The 2022 Campbell Cougar Soccer team was honored on Monday at Idle Stone Farm.

JACKSBORO, TN (WLAF) – Campbell County High School’s Cougar Soccer team was honored during its annual banquet on Monday evening at Idle Stone Farm.

“We didn’t have the best record. Though we really had some teams on the ropes. Oak Ridge and Karns were a couple of those teams,” said Head Coach Bryan Horton.

Cougar Bryson Horton was named 1st Team All-District. The senior also was named the District Co-Offensive Player of the Year.

John Long, a Cougar Junior, was tabbed 1st Team All-District. Long, with CCHS Head Coach Bryan Horton, was 2nd Team All-District as a sophomore.

Flanked by coaches Steve Ward and Bryan Horton (right) is 2nd Team All-District Cougar Caden Bostic.
Multi-sport student/athlete Latham Carr is a senior who lettered not only in soccer, but also in football.
Cole Williams and Coach Bryan Horton share a big laugh as the senior is honored.
Caden Shouse, one of five Cougar seniors, receives his framed letter.

Cougar Senior Kamdin Ivey was unable to make the banquet.

Parker Stanfield not only lettered but was voted Cougar with the best hair. Coach Bryan Horton jokingly threatened Parker in one game that if he didn’t score, they’d straighten his hair. Parker scored.

Players have their share of nicknames. Freshman Ryland Sanders, a transfer from California, is Sunshine. Hayden Ivey’s nickname is Kenny. Diego Rodriguez-Durantez, a foreign exchange student is known as Diego, and his advice from Coach Horton all season was “go, Diego, go.” Luke Carroll is dubbed the strongest man on the Cougar squad, and then there is Preppy Matt.

It was a bittersweet night as coaches Bryan Horton and Steve Ward announced their retirement after devoting more 20 years to soccer in Campbell County. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 05/17/2022-6AM)