All-Pacific League boys basketball team

Players of the year
Alex Miralis, Glendale
Tyrek Adams, Pasadena
Coach of the year
Steve Snodgress, Glendale

First team
Eric Kirakosian, Glendale
Arin Ovanessian, Crescenta Valley
Chris Sarkisian, Hoover
Justin Hazzard, Pasadena
Jeremy Hayes, Muir

Second team
Michael Woods, Burbank
Raffi Jivalagian, Glendale
Kyle Curry, Crescenta Valley
Kevin Nazari, Hoover
Steven Hubble, Burroughs

Honorable mention
Jaylin Bledsoe, Pasadena
Berj Krikorian, Crescenta Valley
Argin Sarkisian, Hoover
Bobby Ekimyan, Glendale
Kade Cheung, Arcadia
Chris Hovasapian, Burroughs
Daniel Harris, Muir
Robert O’Brien, Burbank

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All-Pacific League girls water polo team

Player of the Year: Ani Aghakhanian- Crescenta Valley
Coach of the Year: Ricky Mulcahey- Crescenta Valley

First team
Kate Wilke, Burroughs
Audrey Taylor, Crescenta Valley
Esma Dollaku, Crescenta Valley
Brynn Fernandez, Crescenta Valley
Rima Gasparyan, Glendale
Lara Thomas, Glendale
Aria Hueso, Pasadena

Second team
Laura Chun, Arcadia

Gaby Aghakian, Burbank
Hanna Jung, Burroughs
Kaitlyn Moguel, Crescenta Valley
Lisa Mekhitarian, Glendale
Vehik Golabi, Glendale
Naeiri Didarlou, Hoover

Honorable mention
Colleen Cook, Arcadia
Lala Herpetian, Burbank
Gwen Turla, Burroughs
Rachel Ward, Crescenta Valley
Lori Berberian, Glendale
Lalageh Noubarentz, Hoover
Irma Sarac, Pasadena

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Tuesday Recap: Maranatha softball had 17 hits and scored six runs in the fifth to lead to 14-7 victory

Maranatha 14, Flintridge Sacred Heart 7 — The Minutemen had 17 hits and Michelle Lieng pitched a complete game and went 4 for 5 with a home run and three RBIs to lead Maranatha (3-3) to the nonleague win. Also contributing to Maranatha’s victory were Kellie Natham who went 3 for 4 with four RBIs, a double and a home run, Kymber Yamamoto who had five RBIs and three doubles and Karen Lieng who went 3 for 3 with a double. Courtney Rasic and Alli Lombardo each had a double for the Tologs (3-4).
Alhambra 6, Flintridge Prep 3 — Therese Oshiro struck out eight and went 2 for 4 with a double and scored a run and Maia Cohen went 2 for 3 with an RBI, two stolen bases and scored a run for the Rebels (2-3) but it was not enough in the nonleague loss against Alhambra (4-3). Maddy Maker went 2 for 4 with a double and scored a run for Flintridge Prep.
La Salle 5, Pasadena Poly 0 — Kaylee McCord went 2 for 3 with a double and a single and Shalini Haupt had a double for the Panthers (0-3) but it was not enough in the nonleague loss.
Alhambra 4, Keppel 3 — The Moors had a comeback win in the bottom of the sixth to defeat the Aztecs (3-4, 0-1). Gilbert Romero improved to 3-0 after three shutout innings and striking out four, Christian Maciel went 2 for 2 with an RBI and scored a run and Gabriel Figueroa went 1 for 2 with a stolen base and scored a run to lead the Alhambra (5-1) to their first Almont League victory of the season.
Arcadia 4, Granada Hills 0 — Fernando Rosales was the winning pitcher and had a double to lead the Apaches (5-2-1) to the Babe Herman Tournament victory. Arcadia will play for the championship today at Stengel Field in Glendale at 6 p.m.
Boys tennis
Arcadia 15, Claremont 3 — The teams of Cibi Pari and Ken Nakamine, Henry Zhang and Kevin Yang and Brian Kim and Stanley Lim all swept in doubles to lead the Apaches (8-0, 5-0) to the nonleague win.
Boys golf
Maranatha 206, Flintridge Prep 224, Hillcrest Christian 279 — Maranatha’s Nick Chavez shot 3-over-par 36 at Altadena Golf Course to lead the Minutemen (3-2) to the three-way nonleague victory. Jonah Sacks and Justin Yu each shot a 40 for Flintridge Prep (6-1).
San Marino 199, Pasadena Poly 207 — Mason Chiu shot an even 36 at the Santa Anita Golf Course to lead the Titans (4-0) to the nonleague win. Daniel Zhu and Andrew Feldmeth each shot a 39 for Pasadena Poly (2-3).

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All-CIF-SS girls water polo first team

By division. Players on teams within various west San Gabriel Valley are highlighted

Player of the Year
Maddy Damato, El Toro, junior
Coach of the Year Justin Johnson, El Toro
Ashley Riley, El Toro, senior
Amber McCutcheon, San Clemente, junior
Danielle Stane, Agoura, senior
Samantha Flores, Montebello, senior
Maddy Parenteau, El Toro, junior
Cassidy Smithson, San Clemente, senior
Shelby Kraft, Los Osos, senior
Delaney Lynton, Murrieta Valley, junior
Tara Prentice, Murrieta Valley, junior
Sarah Sheldon, Long Beach Wilson, senior
Jessica Rodriguez, El Toro, sophomore
Hilary Adkins, St. Lucy’s Priory, senior
Lauren Rothermel, Agoura, senior

Player of the Year
Brooke Contreras, Los Altos, sophomore
Coaches of the Year Chris Coleman and Bobby Contreras, Los Altos
Victoria Mezack, Los Altos, senior
Allison Weiseler, Redlands East Valley, senior
Elise Stein, Palm Desert, junior
Madison Weiseler, Redlands East Valley, senior
Kaitlyn Eng, Los Altos, senior
Savannah Clyde, Palm Desert, junior
Devynn Stein, Charter Oak, senior
Sarah Nichols, Palm Desert, sophomore
Sarah Adams, Charter Oak, junior
Emily Martin, Yucaipa, senior
Samantha Murillo, Los Altos, senior
Maria Contreras, Los Altos, junior
Gabbi Sicat, Temple City, sophomore

Division 6
Player of the Year: Lindsey Kelleher, Pasadena Poly, senior
Coach of the Year: Ryan Katsuyama, Pasadena Poly
Allison Woo, Pasadena Poly, senior
Colleen Woo, Pasadena Poly, sophomore

Alyssa Welfringer (G), Ocean View, senior
Tori Bray, Cabrillo/Lompoc, junior
Olivia Allen, Santa Monica, sophomore
Georgia Bogle, Westridge, sophomore
Elena Isogawa, Ocean View, junior
Rebeca Gutierrez, Segerstrom, senior
Kora Wade, Temescal Canyon, senior
Natalia Sanchez-Nigolian (G), Pasadena Poly, senior
Shannon Graham, Ocean View, junior
Lili Talkin, Cabrillo/Lompoc, senior
Caoimhe Whitebloom, Santa Monica, senior

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