Flintridge Prep’s Garrett Weiss is boys track and field athlete of year

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Athlete of the Year: Barrett Weiss Flintridge Prep, senior
Coach of the Year: C.B. Richards, South Pasadena
First team
Jasher Foster, St. Francis, junior (110, 300 hurdles)
Gary Hawkins Jr., Gabrielino, senior (110, 300 hurdles)
Ross Niederhaus, St., Francis (400, 800)
Taeon Mason, Muir, senior (100)
Vince Porter, Pasadena Poly, senior (high jump)
Phillip Rocha, Arcadia, junior (1,600, 3,200)
Esteban Suarez, South Pasadena, junior (pole vault)
Sebastian Schiff La Salle, junior (discus, shot put)
Jack Van Scoter, Flintridge Prep, junior (1,600, 3,200)
Gareth Weiss, Flintridge Prep, senior (pole vault)
Second team
Daijuan Buchanan, Arcadia, senior (high jump)
Baron Burems, Maranatha, senior (110, 300 hurdles)
Justin Fernandez, South Pasadena, senior (800)
Dominic Gonzales, Arcadia, junior (800)
Gavin Hong Gabrielino, (long jump)
Tim Krasnoperov, Pasadena Poly, senior (discus)
Parker Mathews, Pasadena Poly, senior (triple jump)
Seth Raines, Monrovia, senior (200, 400)
Anthony Valverde, San Gabriel, senior (110, 300 hurdles)
Noah Wu, Arcadia, junior (100, 200)
Honorable mention
Nicholas Matova-Kirya, Alhambra, senior (400, 800)
Aubrey Mosley, Monrovia, junior (100, 200)
Ryan Ong, South Pasadenam senior (triple jump)
Octavius Spencer, Monrovia, senior (long jump)
Kevin Yomani, South Pasadena, senior (pole vault)
Best varsity marks of season, all conditions
100: Taeon Mason, Muir, 10.72
200: Aubrey Mosley, Monrovia, 21.97
400: Ross Niederhaus, St. Francis, 48.10
800: Phillip Rocha, Arcadia, 1:54.65
1,600: Jack VanScoter, Flintridge Prep, 4:17.04
3,200: Rocha, 8:59.42
110HH: Jasher Foster, St. Francis, 14.22
300HH: Foster, 38.66
4×100 relay: Monrovia 42.30
4×400 relay: South Pasadena 3:22.97
Discus: Sebastian Schiff, La Salle, 148-10
High jump: Vince Porter, Pasadena Poly, 6-9
Long jump: Octavius Spencer, Monrovia, 21-10 1/2
Pole vault: Barrett Weiss, Flintridge Prep, 15-9
Shot Put: Schiff, 49-0 3/4
Triple jump: Parker Mathews, Pasadena Poly, 44-2

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Monrovia’s Sydney Mosley is girls track and field athlete of the year

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Athlete of the Year: Sydney Mosley, Monrovia, senior
Coach of the Year: Chris Schultz, Arcadia
First team
Nina Acebo 12(South Pasadena) 100 hurdles, long jump)
Karlly Feng, Temple City, junior (pole vault)
Kayla Grahn, Flintridge Sacred Heart, senior (1,600, 3,200)
Jasmyn Harris, Muir, junior (discus, shot put)
India Hines,La Salle, senior (300 hurdles, triple jump)
Kate Kutzer, South Pasadena, sophomore (100, 300 hurdles, long jump)
Emily Serhan, Mayfield, junior (1,600, 3,200)
Rebecca Troescher, Arcadia, freshman (200, 400)
Sarah Troescher, Arcadia, junior (100, 200)
Jordyn Tucker, Monrovia, junior (100, 200)
Second team
Lauren Buehner, Arcadia, freshman (200, 400)
Keeya Cotlage, Muir, senior (100, 300 hurdles)
Micah Fulton, Monrovia, freshman (long jump, triple jump)
Jazmin Jackmon, South Pasadena, senior (100, long jump)
Holly Lung, Arcadia, sophomore (1,600, 3,200)
Sophie Saldivar, Flintridge Sacred Heart, sophomore (800)
Katherine Sheeby, La Canada, junior (long jump)
Helen Tade, Gabrielino, senior (100, 300 hurdles)
Tammy Vien, Rosemead, freshman (100, 300 hurdles)
Rachel Wiggins, Arcadia, senior (200, 400)
Honorable mention
Breanna Da Sylveria, Marshall, senior (100, 200)
Olivia Harrigian, San Marino, junior (1,600, 3,200)
Lauryn Miller, Muir, sophomore (triple jump)
Alexis Mora, South Pasadena, junior (400, 300 hurdles)
Katherine Scoville, La Canada, freshman (1,600, 3,200)
Best varsity marks of season, all conditions
100: Jordyn Tucker, Monrovia, 11.77
200: Tucker, 23.99
400: Laura Buehner, Arcadia, 56.64
800: Sophie Saldivar, Flintridge Sacred Heart, 2:18.98
1,600: Emily Serhan, Mayfield, 5:02.55
3,200: Kayla Grahn, Flintridge Sacred Heart, 10:59.76
100H: Sydney Mosley, Monrovia, 13.70
300H: India Hines, La Salle, 44.61
4×100 relay: Arcadia 46.85
4×400 relay: Arcadia 3:48.34
Discus: Jasmyn Harris, Muir, 118-2
High Jump: Katherine Sheeby, La Canada, 5-2
Long Jump: Nina Acebo, South Pasadena, 18-6 ¼
Pole Vault: Karlly Feng, Temple City, 11-7
Shot Put: Harris, 37-1 1/2
Triple Jump: Micah Fulton, Monrovia, 38-4

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Temple City’s run ends with championship game loss to Hemet …

The Temple City High School baseball team’s improbable postseason run didn’t have the storybook ending the Rams were hoping for.

Hemet pitchers Cameron Leonard and Jerald Gaskin coupled with some untimely errors made sure of that.

Scoring chances for what was a hot a Temple City offense were limited and Hemet took advantage of four Rams errors to post a 2-0 win in the CIF-Southern Section Division 5 championship on Saturday night at UC Riverside.

“I’m so proud of what they accomplished,” Temple City head coach Rob Nelson said. “We weren’t supposed to be here. There’s teams sitting at home tonight who were supposed to be here. This is why you play the game.”

It was hard for Nelson to be disappointed in the loss considering that Temple City (18-10) was wildcard team at the outset of the playoffs after finishing third in the Rio Hondo League this season.

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Flintridge Prep outlasts St. Anthony to win Div. 6 championship

Flintridge Prep’s baseball team ended a crazy, historic season for St. Anthony High in the CIF Southern Section Division 6 final on Saturday at UC Riverside while making some history of its own.

In the fourth extra-inning playoff game this year for St. Anthony, the Rebels (17-12) looked more at home in the eighth inning, where they scored twice and held off a Saints rally to win the first CIF baseball championship in school history, 3-2, in their first finals appearance since 1951.

Flintridge Prep got a stellar performance from starting pitcher Richard Pan, who scattered four hits over five innings. He also capped a three-hit day by driving in the eventual game-winning run with sacrifice fly in the eighth inning. Leadoff hitter Danny Chiarodit added two hits.

Both teams created plenty of chances to win, combining to strand 17 runners, but clutch pitching from Pan and St. Anthony starter Grant Grainger won out.

St. Anthony took a 1-0 lead in the first inning when Grainger led off with a walk and scored on fellow senior Nathan Marquez’s RBI single up the middle. Flintridge Prep evened the score in the second inning without a hit thanks to a two-base error and three consecutive walks.

Grainger settled down after that and scattered seven hits in 5 1/3 innings work while Pan only gave up four hits in five innings. St. Anthony senior Coby Palmares came on in the sixth inning and got out of a jam with a pickoff at second base. Flintridge Prep junior Robbie Leslie also walked a tight rope in the latter innings, but when he took the mound in the eighth inning he did so with the Rebels’ first lead of the day.

“It was frustrating,” Flintridge Prep head coach head coach Guillermo Gonzalez said of failing to score between the second and eighth innings. “We were hitting the ball hard all game so we kept saying it was going to break our way, and it finally did. This whole journey with this team has been amazing.”

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