Arcadia’s Kelly Dopke is girls soccer player of the year


Player of the year:
Kelly Dopke, Arcadia, senior
Coach of the year: Rob Gurule, Maranatha

First team
Michaella Cappello, Arcadia senior
Tatum French, Maranatha, junior, goalkeeper
Morgan Howe, Maranatha, senior
Evan Hardy, Arcadia, freshman
Mandy Hsu, San Marino, junior
Lauren Savo, Flintridge Sacred Heart, junior
Izel Gutierrez, Gabrielino, sophomore
Steffanie Flores, Duarte, senior
Vivian Viramontes, Alhambra, junior
Carolyn Shanks, Pasadena Poly, junior
Megan Reilly, La Canada, junior

Second team
Heather Turcios, Flintridge Sacred Heart, junior
Amethyst Trang, Flintridge Sacred Heart, freshman
Kin Spencer, Maranatha, sophomore
Ivahnna Espinoza, Maranatha, junior
Victoria Savare, Gabrielino, junior
Brooke McCloskey, San Marino, senior
Kelly Crowley, San Marino, junior
Natalie Ragusa, La Canada, senior
Kaitlyn Corral, La Canada, Senior, goalkeeper
Kayla Valencia, Pasadena Poly, senior
Olivia Rivas, Alverno, senior

Honorable Mention
Katharine Pinney, Flintridge Prep, junior
Madeline Pena, Mayfield, senior
Rosie Quezada, La Canada, junior
Patricia Dull, Temple City, senior, goalkeeper
Camila Correa, Gabrielino, junior
Michelle Palfrey, Monrovia, junior
Alana Elliott, Monrovia, junior
Valerie Ochoa, Monrovia, junior
Nia Harris, Flintridge Sacred Heart, sophomore
Mattie Interian, Flintridge Sacred Heart, freshman, goalkeeper
Thamara Peterson, Maranatha, junior
Katy Coats, Maranatha, sophomore
Jennifer Lopez, Marshall, senior
Ariel Martinez, Marshall, senior, goalkeeper
Miriam Rodriguez, Duarte, senior
Campbell Dopke, Arcadia, sophomore
Lily Wood, Arcadia, freshman, goalkeeper
Mia Fernandez, Pasadena Poly, junior, goalkeeper
Kalle Vermilya, Alhambra, senior
Sarah Patrick, La Salle, junior
Dina Der Vartanian, Alverno, junior
Corinne Wagner, San Marino, sophomore

Final Top 10
1. Arcadia (21-0-2)
2. Maranatha (24-5-3)
3. Flintridge Sacred Heart (10-6-5)
4. San Marino (15-2-3)
5. Pasadena Poly (16-5-3)
6. Gabrielino (16-4-2)
7. Duarte (13-6-1)
8. Alhambra (13-8-3)
9. Monrovia (14-7-2)
10. Alverno (12-5-2)

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Monrovia’s Chris Wong is boys soccer player of the year


Player of the year: Chris Wong, Monrovia, junior
Coach of the year: Cherif Zein, Pasadena

First team
Jordan Jackmon, South Pasadena, senior
Ramon Gutierrez, South Pasadena, senior
Oscar Vanegas, Pasadena, senior
Josh Ramirez, Pasadena, senior, goalkeeper
Yezid Lopez, Pasadena, senior
D’Morea Alewine, Monrovia, senior
Joel Cortez, Monrovia, junior
Jacob Engle, Maranatha, junior
Lucas Berger, Arcadia, senior
Lawrence Ku, La Canada, junior
Nick Pereira, La Canada, senior

Second team
Jack Meeker, La Canada, sophomore
Nikolas Agundez, Monrovia, senior
Oskar Hernandez, South Pasadena, junior
Chris Paul, Arcadia, senior
Hamilton Evans, Flintridge Prep, junior, goalkeeper
Jack Queen, Pasadena Poly, junior
Alfredo Maciel, Monrovia, senior
James Tulin, South Pasadena, junior
Duncan Schwartz, Pasadena, junior
Scott Schwartz, Pasadena, junior
Michael Ciranna, St. Francis, senior

Honorable mention
Miguel Ulloa, Monrovia, junior
Ethan Prins, Maranatha, junior
Tim Bates, Senior Flintridge Prep, senior
Riley Jones, Flintridge Prep, senior
Dylan Hanel, Pasadena Poly, senior
Ricardo Escobedo, Arcadia, senior
Jayden Norman, Temple City junior
Manuel Chavez, Blair, junior
Michael Selsor La Canada, junior, goalkeeper
Ian Pickering, La Canada, senior
Taylor Barstow, Monrovia, junior, goalkeeper
Luke Bonham, La Canada, sophomore
J.P. Schaedel, La Canada, senior
Sam Adida, La Canada, sophomore
Oscar Jaime, South Pasadena, senior
Sam Hoadley-Brill South Pasadena, senior, goalkeeper
Sean Kelly La Salle, junior
Fray Rodriguez, Muir, senior
Mark Garcia, St. Francis, junior, goalkeeper
Carlo Tagloretti, St. Francis, senior

Final Top 10
1. Monrovia (26-2-4)
2. Pasadena (19-2-3)
3. South Pasadena (13-5-4)
4. La Canada (13-9-5)
5. Arcadia (12-9-2)
6. St. Francis (9-10-4)
7. Flintridge Prep (10-8-4)
8. Duarte (11-5-3)
9. Pasadena Poly (10-6-5)
10. Maranatha (9-10-2)

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Tuesday Recap: Michelle Lieng and Carolyn Shankwiler combined on a no-hitter to lead Maranatha softball to shutout Keppel 10-0

Maranatha 10, Keppel 0 — Michelle Lieng and Carolyn Shankwiler combined on a no-hitter for the Minutemen (6-4) in a nonleague win. Also contributing to Maranatha’s victory were Karen Lieng, who went 3 for 3 with three runs scored, Kellie Natham, who went 2 for 2 with four RBIs and two triples, Isabella Gallo, who went 3 for 3 with a double, Caroline Sommers, who had a double, and Annie Diehl, who had a home run.
Rio Hondo Prep 8, Flintridge Prep 2 — Alicia Padilla struck out eight and went 2 for 4 with a double and Casie Hall went 1 for 3 with an RBI and a double to lead the Kares (6-2, 2-1) to the Prep League victory. Therese Oshiro struck out six and went 1 for 3 with a double, Alex Tutwiler and Julie Yi each went 2 for 3 for the Rebels (2-4, 0-1).
Alhambra 9, Bell gardens 3 — James Giambalvo was the winning pitcher, striking out four and Nick Giambalvo went 2 for 4 with four RBIs and a double to lead the Moors to the Almont League win. For Alhambra, Julian Zermeno went 2 for 3 with two RBIs.
Pasadena 5, Burroughs 3 — Niko Lopez pitched 6.2 innings, striking out five and had a two RBI single to lead the Bulldogs (9-5) to their first Pacific League victory of the season. Daniel Richman, Jeffrey Patrick and Sumner Smith each had an RBI for Pasadena.
Boys golf
Maranatha 196, Whittier Christian 207 — Nick Chavez shot 1-over 35 to earn medalist honors, leading the Minutemen (3-0) to the Olympic League victory. Whittier Christian’s Matt Rafter and Karsten Briley and Maranatha’s Zach Wilkins each shot a 37.
Boys Tennis
Arcadia 11, Crescenta Valley 7 — Nicholas Figueira swept in singles and the teams of Cibi Pari and Ken Nakamine, Henry Zhang and Kevin Yang and Brian Kim and Stanley Lim each won two sets to lead the Apaches (10-0, 6-0) to the Pacific League victory.
Maranatha 16, Valley Christian 2 — The Minutemen (8-3, 3-0) won nine of nine double sets for the Olympic League victory. The winning double teams were Bryan Lin and Kelvin Ye, Nathan Shin and Drew Sierra and Joel Wunderl and Ethan Chee. Maranatha’s Daniel Hsieh swept in singles.

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Monday Recap: Monrovia Baseball shutouts West Valley, 7-0 for Titan Classic victory

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Monrovia 7, West Valley 0 — Isaiah Ramos had two RBIs and a triple and Fidel Jiorge had a double to lead the Wildcats (11-2) to the Titan Classic victory. Also for Monrovia, Gustavo Garcia and Patrick Goebel each had an RBI.
Boys golf
La Salle 186, Bosco Tech 303 — Sean Kelly shot 1-under 36 to lead the Lancers (10-0, 3-0) to the Camino Real League win at Brookside No. 1 Golf Course. La Salle’s Jesse Toribio shot an even-par 36, Cosmo Konrad and Ryan Konrad each shot a 38 and Noah Gohrick shot a 39.
Boys tennis
Maranatha 15, Village Christian 3 — Matt Alleman, Daniel Hsieh and Stephane Splichal swept in singles and the team of Bryan Lin and Kelvin Ye swept in doubles to lead the Minutemen (7-3, 2-0) to the Olympic League win.

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Keppel falls in CIF State title game

BERKELEY >> When Keppel senior point guard Lauren Saiki went to the bench with foul trouble two minutes into Saturday’s CIF State Division II title game, the Aztecs’ championship hopes took a hit.

They never completely recovered and were dealt a 53-31 loss by San Jose Archbishop Mitty at Haas Pavilion on the campus of UC Berkeley.

It was the first appearance in a state title game for Keppel and 11th for Mitty, which has now won six titles. Mitty had last won in 2012 and had back-to-back championships in 2007 and 2008.

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