Former El Toro soccer player Noah Aguilar is considered a ‘great teammate and leader’ – Orange County Register
Former El Toro soccer player Noah Aguilar was shot dead in Mission Viejo earlier this week in a reported case that saw his roommate arrested on suspicion of homicide, the high school soccer coach said Friday. of Aguilar.
Former El Toro football coach Mike Mayoral said the 22-year-old victim identified in The Register’s report was Aguilar, who earned him All-CIF and All-County honors as a senior in 2017.
“Unfortunately,” Mayoral said in a text message, “it does. An absolute disgrace.
“Noah was a great teammate and leader,” said Mayoral, now an assistant coach at San Juan Hills. “Extremely committed to Charger football. An All-CIF player who played the game the way it’s meant to be played. A true warrior.
El Toro’s football Instagram account posted a tribute to Aguilar earlier this week.
“He and his family were a big part of our ET family,” the post read, “our thoughts and prayers are with his family and loved ones at this time.”
Aguilar also played basketball at El Toro.
Authorities told The Register he was shot dead at a home in Mission Viejo on Tuesday. Law enforcement then arrested Aguilar’s roommate, 22-year-old Michael Guy Levy, a sheriff’s spokesperson said.
In the fall of 2017, Aguilar helped the Chargers finish 8-5 and advance to the CIF-SS Division 3 Semifinals, where they fell to St. Francis.
Aguilar led El Toro with 66 catches for 1,137 yards and 11 touchdowns in a power offense with QB Cooper Jones. Both players were selected All-CIF on offense.
As a defensive back, Aguilar was second on the team in tackles with 91. He earned first-team All-County honors on defense.
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