Several athletes have earned postseason honors for their respective spring sports, including one Dalton High School soccer player and three Christian Heritage School golfers.

After being named as the Georgia boys soccer Gatorade Player of the Year last week for the second straight year, Dalton's Omar Hernandez added to his list of honors to finish his career at Dalton with a spot on the USA Today's ALL-USA boys soccer first-team. Hernandez was a finalist for the publication's player of the year announced Monday.

A recent Dalton graduate, Hernandez made the first-team after leading the Catamounts to its fifth state title in program history with 16 goals and 17 assists. He finished his career as the all-time assists leader in school history with 64 and is also up for the Gatorade National Player of the Year to be announced later this month.

After Christian Heritage won the boys golf Class-A Private state championship this season, three golfers earned all-state honors from the Georgia High School Golf Coaches Association.

Rising junior Jack Stafford was named to the first-team, while recent graduate Hardin Chambless and rising junior Mason Cady were named honorable mentions.

Stafford led the team at the state tournament and finished fifth, while Cady tied for 10th and Chambless tied for 12th.

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