twelve honored as John R. Wooden Award high school basketball players of the year

Bryn Harper of Esperanza threw his 2nd consecutive shutout on Tuesday versus Capistrano Valley. (Eric Sondheimer)After throwing consecutive shutouts for Esperanza, senior left-hander Bryn Harper certainly looks such as a leading candidate for generality got better player. Harper threw strike after strike. He had a no-hitter into the 5th inning & finished by a 2-hitter, striking out 6 & walking nothing. Hayden Winters had a 3-run double.

native high school basketball players & coaches appeal highest honors

3 ambit girls basketball players & coaches earned highest honors for their respective CIF Southern department divisions. In Division 2AA, Redondo guard Alyssa Munn earned player of the year honors, by coach Marcelo Enriquez receiving highest coach recognition. Rolling Hills Prep's Macy Pakele earned Player of the Year honors in 4A & Richard Masson was chose as the Coach of the Year. Kayla Padilla (Bishop Montgomery) & Alexis Tucker (Serra) earned premier-team unlock Division honors. The Bishop Montgomery duo of Fletcher Tynen & David Singleton were earned All-unlock Division honors.

Local high school basketball players and coaches claim top honors

2 native high school basketball players honored with AP Washington

As it stated in SPOKANE, Wash. – The Associated Press Washington honored 2 native high school basketball stars this 7 days. Central Valley High School star Lexie Hull basketball nabbed all-classification girls player of the year & Anton Watson, Jr., of Gonzaga Preparatory High School was voted boys Class 4A player of the year. Hull was too voted player of the year in her respective class. Hull averaged 20.four points & eight.four rebounds in leading Central Valley to the Class 4A state title, & was the Greater Spokane League MVP. New Jersey Smith of Lewis & Clark High School in Spokane too received a Class 4A honorable mention.

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