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Quick-hitting, behind-the-scenes news and notes from the CalHiSports.com staff, including previews of upcoming content and events.

All-NorCal Football Honors

This one-stop hub for the 2017 All-NorCal Football honors is from our partners at SportStars Magazine. We don’t do an All-NorCal team at Cal-Hi Sports but would pretty much go along with SportStars over others who do the same. Sound off below, or take it to the tweets. Here we go.

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PLAYER OF THE YEAR | TARIQ BRACY • MILPITAS • RB/DB | STORY BY MIKE WOOD

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR | JOSEPH NGATA • FOLSOM • WR | STORY BY STEVEN WILSON

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR | HENRY TO’OTO’O • DE LA SALLE • LB | STORY BY CHACE BRYSON

ALL-NORCAL OFFENSIVE ROSTER

ALL-NORCAL DEFENSIVE ROSTER

COACH OF THE YEAR | PAUL CRONIN • CARDINAL NEWMAN |  STORY BY CHACE BRYSON


CIF Central Sec: Yosemite’s Cannon

Here’s some record updates and highlights of top coaches, players & teams from the past week as reported to us from CIF Central Section historian Bob Barnett of Fresno. Bob has done phenomenal work on behalf of CIF Central Section schools, athletes and coaches for more than 40 years.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Senior Cannon Eames from Yosemite of Oakhurst scored a season high of 36 points in a 82-77 win over Chowchilla. It was how he got those points that was more unique. Eames made 20 of 32 free throws. He also had six steals. Cannon is a three-sport athlete for the Badgers who also plays football and baseball.

Anthony Valencia of Mt. Whitney (Visalia) had a nice week by scoring 30 points in a 81-72 win over Hanford West and then a game high of 24 points as the Pioneers beat Hanford 70-66. With the wins, Mt. Whitney tied Hanford for first place in the West Yosemite League.

Junior Isaiah Hill from Liberty of Bakersfield scored 31 points and had 10 assists & 7 rebounds in an 84-49 win over Garces of Bakersfield. Hill also had 21 points in a 65-62 triumph over Centennial of Bakersfield.

Speaking of Centennial, the Golden Hawks have made 325 3-pointers for the season for a new Central Section record. They passed California City, which made 319 in 2017. Justin Greiner has made 112 of those 3-pointers for the season. He needs four to break the individual section record. Greiner was the NorCal Player of the Week two weeks ago and averages 25 ppg.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Junior Madison Campbell of Clovis West (Fresno) scored a game high of 27 points in her state-ranked team’s 68-41 victory over Clovis North (also state-ranked) and set another school record. She set the mark for most points scored in a season. Madison has scored 624 points, breaking the old record of 597, held by Paige Bowie in 1996. Madison also scored 15 points in a 63-26 win against Clovis East earlier in the week. Clovis West pushed its Tri-River Athletic Conference winning streak to 59 consecutive wins for another new school record.

Keeping on with the Clovis West girls, head coach Craig Campbell has been at the helm since 2006 and has won 13 consecutive league championships with a sparkling league record of 126-3. He came to the school after winning state titles at Reno High in Nevada.

Finally, Mirayha Gonzales of Firebaugh had a productive week, which began with 21 points, 6 assists & 6 steals in a 53-47 win over Mendota. Mirayha also scored a game high of 31 points in a 62-61 win over Dos Palos.


Boys BB: CIFSS Open Predictions

We break down the eight teams in boys basketball that should be selected for the CIF Southern Section’s Open Division playoffs. It’s the fifth season for the massive section’s open division and it’s probably a good thing the section reduced the amount of teams because had it remained 16, the bottom seeded teams wouldn’t have been at the level we saw when the concept began in 2013-2014. The field should include seven teams ranked in this week’s Cal-Hi Sports State Top 20.

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FB: All-State 2nd, 3rd Patches List

Players who are selected to this year’s all-state teams will be able to get patches commemorating the achievement for the first time. Photo: Mark Tennis.

Congratulations to the following players listed in alphabetical order who have been selected to either second team overall or third team (large schools) on the 2017 Cal-Hi Sports All-State Football Teams, presented by Blast Athletics. These players and their families can now order an official 2017 all-state football patch plus you’ll get a certificate through our partners at BillyTees.com. We also wanted to post the names on a list so we’re not collecting a subscription from a parent who is only interested in seeing if their son has been picked and then finds out the son wasn’t picked. Apologies for not getting the list out earlier.

For ordering info to get 2017 all-state football patch, CLICK HERE.

To get a Gold Club subscription so you can see the complete presentation of the Cal-Hi Sports 2017 All-State Football Teams, CLICK HERE.

Bryan Addison (Serra, Gardena)
Alec Anderson (Etiwanda)
David Atencio (Edison, Huntington Beach)
Carson Baker (Helix, La Mesa)
Jevon Bigelow (Central, Fresno)
Stephen Blaylock (St. John Bosco, Bellflower)
Josh Bornes (San Marcos)
A’Jae Boyd (Pittsburg)
Blayden Brown (Rocklin)
Darien Butler (Narbonne, Harbor City)
Bryan Catchings (Oak Ridge, El Dorado Hills)
Kevin Coblentz (St. John Bosco, Bellflower)
Matt Corral (Long Beach Poly)
Baylei Coston (Freedom, Oakley)
Riley Croft (San Clemente)
Aashari Crosswell (Long Beach Poly)
Halid Djibril (Cathedral, Los Angeles)
Connor Downs (Valencia)
Travis Dye (Norco)
Chris Fatilua (Madison, San Diego)
Dusty Frampton (St. Mary’s, Stockton)
Jason Gallagher (Jesuit, Carmichael)
Elisha Guidry (Vista Murrieta, Murrieta)
Zane Hinojosa (Liberty, Brentwood)
Andre Hunt (Paraclete, Lancaster)
Jermar Jefferson (Narbonne, Harbor City)
Tre Jenkins (St. Mary’s, Stockton)
Issiah Johnson (Los Alamitos)
Maurice Jones (Mission Hills, San Marcos)
Steven Jones (Chaparral, Temecula)
Donovan Laie (Oceanside)
Christian LaValle (Mission Viejo)
Tuli Letuligasenoa (De La Salle, Concord)
Jonah Lipel (Chaminade, West Hills)
Jermayne Lole (Long Beach Poly)
Donny Long (Norco)
Isaiah Kendrick (Serra, San Mateo)
Chad Magyar (Santa Margarita, Rancho SM)
Aaron Maldonado (Bishop Amat, La Puente)
Abdul-Malik McClain (JSerra, SJ Capistrano)
Tyler Manoa (St. Francis, Mountain View)
Camren McDonald (Long Beach Poly)
C.J. McMullen (Hart, Newhall)
D’Angelo McKenzie (Valley Christian, San Jose)
Brandon Mello (Clayton Valley, Concord)
Chris Mitchell (Mission Viejo)
Chris Murray (Mater Dei, Santa Ana)
Patrick Nunn (St. Francis, Mountain View)
Caden Ochoa (Bakersfield)
Chris Olave (Mission Hills, San Marcos)
Austin Osborne (Mission Viejo)
Justin Poerio (Oak Ridge, El Dorado Hills)
Kyle Phillips (San Marcos)
Nikko Remigio (Mater Dei, Santa Ana)
Merlin Robertson (Serra, Gardena)
Kairee Robinson (De La Salle, Concord)
Mariano Robles (Milpitas)
Giovanni Sanders (Murrieta Mesa, Murrieta)
Dusty Schramm (Clovis West, Fresno)
Ben Seymour (Valencia)
Sal Spina (St. John Bosco, Bellflower)
R.J. Stone (Valley Christian, San Jose)
Evan Tattersall (Granite Bay)
Logan Taylor (Narbonne, Harbor City)
Isaac Taylor-Stuart (Helix, La Mesa)
Coery Thomas (Upland)
Solo Vaipulu (Centennial, Corona)
Derrick Valencia (Centennial, Corona)
Andrew Van Buren (Chaminade, West Hills)
Chris Venable (Centennial, Corona)
Tanner Ward (Folsom)
Shemar Whestone (Upland)
Brevin White (Paraclete, Lancaster)
Roy Wiley (Rancho Cucamonga)
Ja Cari Williams (Rancho Cucamonga)
Patrick Willis III (Crenshaw, Los Angeles)
Jaiden Woodbey (St. John Bosco, Bellflower)
Michael Wilson (Chaminade, West Hills)
Sherod White (Heritage, Menifee)
Rodney Wright (Clovis West, Fresno)
Ryan Wright (California, San Ramon)


Central Sec: Another show for Jalen

Here’s some record updates and highlights of top coaches, players & teams from the past week as reported to us from CIF Central Section historian Bob Barnett of Fresno. Bob has done phenomenal work on behalf of CIF Central Section schools, athletes and coaches for more than 40 years.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Sophomore Jalen Green from San Joaquin Memorial of Fresno put on a show last Friday night by scoring a game high of 32 points, 26 coming in the first half, in an 80-53 win over visiting Sanger. Green also scored 15 points & had 12 rebounds in a blowout win over Edison of Fresno 78-50 earlier in the week. Teammate 6-foot-7 senior Dameane Douglas contributed 26 points & 15 points in both games.

Senior Bryan Paredes of Tulare Western scored a game high of 32 points in a 77-52 win over Delano. Western then suffered its first East Yosemite League loss to Porterville 61-59 in a game that Paredes scored 18 points.

Junior Edward Turner of Foothill (Bakersfield) scored a season high of 30 points and pulled down 17 rebounds and had 11 blocks in a 72-58 win over North of Bakersfield.

Justin Greiner of Centennial (Bakersfield) scored a game high of 33 points in a 64-60 win over Stockdale to get last week going. Justin also scored a game high of 25 points in an 81-52 win over Garces. He has made 102 three-pointers for the season and last week was the Cal-Hi Sports NorCal Player of the Week.

It may have been a low-scoring game, but Aymar Cazares of Mira Monte (Bakersfield) scored a career high of 30 points in a 51-50 win over South of Bakersfield.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Here’s one that already has been recognized by Cal-Hi Sports for the NorCal Player of the Wek honor. It’s for junior Kiara Brown of Tulare, who set three school records by scoring 46 points, pulling down 30 rebounds and making 20 three throws in a 72-64 win over Monache of Porterville. In the second game of the week, Brown scored 24 points and had 20 rebounds in a 61-14 win over Delano.

Junior Madison Campbell of Clovis West (Fresno) scored a game high of 33 points in a 68-23 win over Central of Fresno. Madison also scored 12 points in a 63-24 win against Buchanan. Clovis West pushed its league winning streak to 57 consecutive wins.

Finally, senior Kendi Baxter-Jones of Exeter scored a season high of 33 points in an 80-67 win over Kingsburg.


Boys BB: Cal City’s 165-point night

California City won its Friday night boys basketball game at Frazier Mountain of Lebec by the whopping score of 165-38. That is a new state record for most points in a single game. As usual with single game records, however, questions about running up the score have to be asked. The answers may not be known until later in the upcoming week.
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CIF Central Sec: Stapp steps up

Here’s some record updates and highlights of top coaches, players & teams from the past two weeks as reported to us from CIF Central Section historian Bob Barnett of Fresno. Bob has done phenomenal work on behalf of CIF Central Section schools, athletes and coaches for more than 40 years.

COACHES WATCH

Tulare Union’s Mark Hatton and Brad Felder of Hanford both reached 500 career wins two weeks ago. Hatton was the first, which came on Tuesday January 16, when Tulare beat Delano 68-37. Felder’s came on Friday, January 19 when the Bullpups topped Lemoore 80-69.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Senior Ronnie Stapp of Bakersfield scored a career high by scoring 31 points in a 91-45 blowout win last week over Stockdale. Stapp also scored 21 points and had a season high of 12 rebounds in a losing effort against Liberty of Bakersfield (66-60).

Senior Tiveon Stroud of Selma became the third player on the team to score 1,000 career points. Tiveon scored 15 points in a 71-56 win over Kingsburg and now has 1,002 career points.

Max Robledo of Baker had a big week by scoring 32 points, hitting six 3-pointers and getting 13 rebounds & seven steals in a tough loss to Immanuel Christian (63-61). Max came back with 29 points with seven 3-pointers & 11 rebounds in a 67-45 win over Owens Valley.

From a game two weeks ago, senior Jose Bautista of Arvin set a school record by scoring 50 points to go along with eight 3-pointers on 17-of-48 attempts in a 75-74 losing effort against Kennedy of Delano.

Junior captain Raymond Paramo of Farmersville had a nice week two weeks ago by scoring 30 points in a 67-33 win over Kings Christian of Lemoore and then had a career high of 35 points in a 69-63 win over Wonderful Academy.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Junior Madison Campbell has set another school record at Clovis West of Fresno as she pushed her season total of 3-pointers to 95. That achievement came in the game after the Golden Eagles beat Clovis North in a showdown of state-ranked squads. Madison passed Kristi Fulton, who made 94 3-pointers in 1991. Clovis West beat Clovis 43-34 in the second game and pushed its Tri-River Athletic Conference win streak to 54, the second longest in school history and approaching the record of 58 from 2005-11.

Kiara Brown of Tulare had quite a week by scoring 27 points, grabbing 28 rebounds & posting seven blocks in a 52-66 loss to a fine Mission Oak of Tulare squad. In the second game of the week, she scored 35 points and pulled down 15 rebounds in a 68-42 win over Tulare Western. Kiara is averaging 26.2 for the season.

Jazmine Soto of Strathmore became the third freshman in section history to score 600 points in a season when she scored 18 points in a 61-40 win over Granite Hills of Porterville. Soto also had a big night against Lindsay by scoring a game high of 31 points and had 10 steals & made 10 free throws in a 68-39 win. Soto is averaging 25.3 for the season with 605 points.

In an effort from two weeks ago that helped her get named as the Cal-Hi Sports NorCal Player of the Week, senior MaryJane Jones of East Bakersfield set a school record by scoring 52 points in a 74-52 victory against Tehachapi. That also ties her for the third most points scored in Central Section history. MaryJane also had 10 rebounds, 10 assists & made 13 of 17 free throws.

Lanie Jackson of Bakersfield Christian scored a career high of 39 points and had nine assists for the game in a 66-41 win over Arvin.

Junior Hannah Hurley of Kern Valley is continuing to lead the section in scoring. She scored 35 points and had 10 rebounds two weeks ago in a 62-52 loss to Desert of Edwards AFB.

Felicia Ramirez of Caruthers had one of the state’s top triple-doubles of the season so far with 37 points, 14 steals & 14 rebounds in a 89-15 win over Riverdale.

Finally, in another game from two weeks ago, Aliyah Johnson of North Bakersfield scored a season high of 34 points and pulled down 11 rebounds as the Stars beat Mira Monte of Bakersfield.


Gary McKnight’s HOF numbers

All of the information below was done in support of Santa Ana Mater Dei boys basketball coach Gary McKnight getting a positive vote as a Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame nominee. He has been nominated for the Class of 2018 and his high school accomplishments are more than comparable to the high school coaches who’ve previously been inducted. It was written up by Mater Dei supporter Bob Atwell with totals from team statistician Steve Colton. We support Bob’s work and have helped when asked for state record info. We hope Coach McKnight someday is accorded with this honor. The ultimate would be if he went in at the same time as former Alameda St. Joseph guard Jason Kidd, who is expected to be announced as an inductee for the Class of 2018 at NBA All-Star Weekend in a few weeks.
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FB: All-State Junior List for Patches

Players who are selected to this year’s all-state teams will be able to get patches commemorating the achievement for the first time. Photo: Mark Tennis.

Congratulations to the following players listed in alphabetical order who have been selected to either first team, second team or third team on the 2017 Cal-Hi Sports All-State Junior Football Teams, presented by Blast Athletics. These players and their families can now order an official 2017 all-state football patch plus you’ll get a certificate through our partners at BillyTees.com. We also wanted to post the names on a list so we’re not collecting a subscription from a parent who is only interested in seeing if their son has been picked and then finds out the son wasn’t picked.

For ordering info to get 2017 all-state football patch, CLICK HERE.

To get a Gold Club subscription so you can see the complete presentation of the Cal-Hi Sports 2017 All-State Junior Football Teams, CLICK HERE.

Chris Adimora (Mayfair, Lakewood)
Alex Aguilar (Shafter)
Blake Antzoulatos (Chaminade, West Hills)
Akili Arnold (Mission Viejo)
Cole Aubrey (St. John Bosco)
Hank Bachmeier (Murrieta Valley)
David Baldwin (Upland)
Jacob Bandes (Pittsburg)
Alvin Banks (Cordova, Rancho Cordova)
Franklin Banks (El Cerrito)
Joseph Barnes (Gilroy)
Kaiden Bennett (Folsom)
Micah Bernard (Gahr)
Luke Bottari (Serra, San Mateo)
Colby Bowman (St. John Bosco)
Cade Brownholtz (Jesuit, Carmichael)
Keshon Butler (Tulare Western)
Josh Calvert (Oaks Christian)
Joey Capra (Placer, Auburn)
Zach Charbonnet (Oaks Christian)
Thali Cobb (Pomona)
Ben Coleman (Linfield Christian)
Jeremiah Criddell (Rancho Cucamonga)
Jayden Daniels (Cajon, San Bernardino)
Taj Davis (Upland)
Zach Denney (Peninsula)
Lontrelle Diggs (Grace Brethren)
David Doane (Agoura, Agoura Hills)
Sean Dollars (Rancho Cucamonga)
Jack Drews (Ramona)
Kamren Fabiculanan (Westlake, Westlake Village)
De’Gabriel Floyd (Golden Valley, Santa Clarita)
Isaiah Foksey (De La Salle)
Kyle Ford (Orange Lutheran)
Mase Funa (Mater Dei, Santa Ana)
Tyler Hardeman (Folsom)
Warren Hardin (Riverside Poly)
Shakobe Harper (Mater Dei, Santa Ana)
Daniel Heimuli (Menlo-Atherton)
Liam Gilhuly (Chaminade)
Casey Granfors (University City, San Diego)
Tyler Green (Christian Brothers, Sacramento)
Nathan Halsell (St. Joseph, Santa Maria)
Daniel Heimuli (Menlo-Atherton, Atherton)
JJ Hernandez (Sierra Canyon)
Ryan Hilinski (Orange Lutheran)
Edward Hill (Valley Center)
Luke Hoggard (Edison, Huntington Beach)
Matthew Hoffman (Monte Vista, Danville)
George Holani (St. John Bosco)
Raiden Hunter (San Diego)
Dawson Hurst (Del Oro, Loomis)
Zaquand Irby (Ganesha)
Drake Jackson (Centennial, Corona)
Giles Jackson (Freedom, Oakley)
James Johnson (North, Bakersfield)
Austin Jones (Bishop O’Dowd)
Corey Jones (Sierra Canyon, Chatsworth)
Darren Jones (Cajon)
Dino Kahaulelio (Cardinal Newman, Santa Rosa)
Casey Kline (Brawley)
Jack Lacy (Pittsburg)
Nathan Lamb (Tulare)
Laiatu Latu (Jesuit)
Sataoa Laumea (Eisenhower, Rialto)
Ricky Lane (Yorba Linda)
Cristian Loera (Clovis)
Drake London (Moorpark)
Jack Luckhurst (Bishop Diego)
Spencer Lytle (Servite)
Caleb Mancini (San Marcos)
Nathan Manning (Capistrano Valley)
Kejuan Markham (Long Beach Poly)
Josh McCarty (Eastlake, Chula Vista)
Jahmon McClendon (Monte Vista, Spring Valley)
Bru McCoy (Mater Dei, Santa Ana)
Chris Melesio (Norte Vista, Riverside)
Charles Mincy Jr. (Dorsey)
Colt Nelson (Madera)
Noa Ngalu (Menlo-Atherton, Atherton)
Joe Ngata (Folsom)
Darrell Page (St. Francis, Mountain View)
Josh Pakola (St. Francis, Mountain View)
Jonathan Perkins (Cajon)
Mycah Pittman (Calabasas)
Elias Rantissi (Rancho Cotate, Rohnert Park)
Brett Reade (Salinas)
Dorian Richardson (Rancho Buena Vista)
Kaden Richardson (Folsom)
Jason Rodriguez (Oak Hills, Hesperia)
Sean Rhyan (San Juan Hills)
Isaiah Rutherford (Jesuit)
Ryan Sanborn (Parker, San Diego)
Justin Scrempos (Milpitas)
Ben Seymour (Valencia)
Brady Sheehan (Redlands East Valley)
Isaias Sierra (Pittsburg)
Justin Skidmore (Grace Brethren)
Aaron Smith (Harker Academy, San Jose)
Kyle Smith (Los Gatos)
Chris Steele (St. John Bosco)
Sam Stewart (Liberty, Bakersfield)
Melquan Stovall (Paraclete)
Marist Talavou (St. John Bosco)
Jonah Tauanu’u (Narbonne)
Stanley Taufoou (Grace Brethren, Simi Valley)
Wyatt Terlaak (El Modena)
Kayvon Thibodeaux (Oaks Christian)
Trent Tompkins (Central, Fresno)
Henry To’oto’o (De La Salle)
Joseph Troncoza (St. Paul, Santa Fe Springs)
Juice Tupua (Narbonne, Harbor City)
Jaxen Turner (Rancho Verde, Moreno Valley)
Sione Vaki (Liberty, Brentwood)
Alex Wallace (Bakersfield Christian)
Dohnovan West (Alemany)
Max Williams (Serra, Gardena)
Jordan Wilmore (Lawndale)
Jhasi Wilson (De La Salle, Concord)
Stephon Wright (Cathedral, L.A.)
Mykael Wright (Valencia)
Tahj Wright (Bakersfield)


FB: All-State Soph List For Patches

Players who are selected to this year’s all-state teams will be able to get patches commemorating the achievement for the first time. Photo: Mark Tennis.

Congratulations to the following players listed in alphabetical order who have been selected to either first team or second team on the 2017 Cal-Hi Sports All-State Sophomore Football Teams, presented by Blast Athletics. These players and their families can now order an official 2017 all-state football patch plus you’ll get a certificate through our partners at BillyTees.com. We also wanted to post the names on a list so we’re not collecting a subscription from a parent who is only interested in seeing if their son has been picked and then finds out the son wasn’t picked.

For ordering info to get 2017 all-state football patch, CLICK HERE.

To get a Gold Club subscription so you can see the complete presentation of the Cal-Hi Sports 2017 All-State Sophomore Football Teams, CLICK HERE.

Elijah Badger (Folsom)
Anthony Bland (La Jolla Country Day)
Alex Bohn (Bear River)
Gary Bryant (Corona Centennial)
Nin Burns (Covina)
Quanu Campbell-Caldwell (Millikan)
Xavier Carlton (Modesto Christian)
Jaden Casey (Calabasas)
Leondre Coleman (Lompoc)
Ricky Correia (Fresno Edison)
Aidan Coulson (San Clemente)
Erik Cuellar (Covina)
Peter Delis (Garces, Bakersfield)
JimE DeYoung (Alemany)
Cole Dias (Kingsburg)
Makell Esteen (Lawndale)
Sean Evans (Eisenhower, Rialto)
Bryce Farrell (Oaks Christian)
Justin Flowe (Upland)
Jacobah Fuamatu (La Habra)
Shemar Garrett (De La Salle)
Jared Greenfield (Crenshaw, L.A.)
Gavin Hals (Montgomery, Santa Rosa)
Josh Henderson (Grace Brethren)
Angel Hernandez (Mayfair)
J.D. Hernandez (Sierra Canyon)
Justin Houston (Serra, Gardena)
John Humphreys (Corona del Mar)
Leehi Iosua (Narbonne)
Chad Johnson (Venice)
Brandon Jones (Grace Brethren)
Lance Keneley (Mission Viejo)
Justin Livingston (Paramount)
Logan Loya (Lutheran, Orange)
Jamar Marshall (St. Mary’s, Stockton)
Jermaine Marshall (Antelope Valley)
Ross Maseuli (Cathedral Catholic)
Jaden McMillan (San Joaquin Memorial)
Drake Metcalf (St. John Bosco)
Kendall Milton (Buchanan)
Myles Murao (Mater Dei, Santa Ana)
Dirk Nelson (Central Valley Christian)
Daniyel Ngata (Folsom)
Elelyon Noa (Helix)
Clark Phillips (La Habra)
Elias Ricks (Mater Dei, Santa Ana)
Colby Schroeder (Vasquez, Acton)
Jamar Sekona (Marin Catholic, Kentfield)
Chris Street (Mater Dei, Santa Ana)
Dwight Tatum (Fresno Edison)
Damion Thompson (Northview, Covina)
Isaac Tinoisamoa (Vista)
Jakai Torres (St. Bernard, Playa del Rey)
Sefita Tupe (Serra, Gardena)
D.J. Uigalelei (St. John Bosco)
Vaenuku Vahai (Mills, Millbrae)
Johnny Wilson (Calabasas)
Bryce Young (Cathedral, Los Angeles)
Ben Yurosek (Bakersfield Christian)
Payton Zdroik (Liberty, Brentwood)


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