Athletes Make Their Marks at Arcadia; O.C. Championships on Saturday

This Week at the Starting Line

Arcadia Or Bust: Twelve national records were set over the course of last Friday and Saturday at the Arcadia Invitational, including Trabuco Hills' Jantzen Oshier's title defense in the men's one-mile. El Toro's Adam Bragg notched a personal-best clearance in the pole vault, and both Tesoro's Nicci Corbin and Corona del Mar's Ashlee Powers recorded PRs in the women's one-mile. All that, plus much more as we take a look at Southern California's premiere track meet.

The Best in OC: This weekend, Orange County's top athletes will head to Mission Viejo High for the O.C. Championships, and I've got all the names you'll be looking for on Saturday.

On Hiatus: The California State Leaderboard will be updated and back in action for next week's notebook.

44th Annual Arcadia Invitational

Oshier Steals the Show

An eye-popping total of 12 national marks were set over the weekend at the 44th version of the Arcadia Invitational, Southern California's premiere track and field meet, considered one of the most prestigious in the nation annually.

South Orange County was well-represented, both in Friday's distance meet and Saturday's open and invitational meets, and while quite a few personal marks were set, and a few more state-rankings were established, the day's biggest story locally was Trabuco Hills senior Jantzen Oshier, who not only defended his men's one-mile invitational championship from a year ago, but set the new national mark in the event, recording a 4:06.81.

Oshier led the race from line to line, a feat made even more impressive by the performance of Torrey Pines' Mark Carpowich, who turned in the nation's second fastest mark at 4:07.15 and made a strong push to overtake Oshier down the home stretch.

Ultimately, Oshier's strong and long stride held the day, as the University of California-bound runner not only held off Carpowich to win, but did so by turning in successive laps of 63, 62, 61, and 60.8 seconds.

"I definitely could tell that there was someone there," Oshier said of Carpowich and the home stretch. "You always know it's getting good when the crowd's going crazy like that. So, it was kind of like, 'Oh, God. How hard do I need to push right now?' You know, I definitely think it helped me finish that race a little harder."

Oshier, who is also ranked No. 8 in the state in the two mile with a time of 9:15.33 turned in at the Laguna Beach Invitational, is expected to sign his national letter of intent with Cal at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday in Trabuco Hills' gymnasium.

You can hear a few more quotes from Oshier, and check out the race itself by clicking on the video attached to the notebook this week.

Corbin PRs in the Mile

Tesoro senior Nicci Corbin is on quite the hot streak lately, as she has broken her personal record in the mile on successive weekends, first turning in a 5-minute, 4-second performance at the Trabuco Hills Invitational, then cutting it down to 5:03.89 Saturday during the open meet of the Arcadia Invitational.

Corbin, who is currently ranked No. 12 in California in the 800 (2:16.89), led most of the way before being overtaken along the home stretch by Huntington Beach freshman Amanda Honn.

I was off-pace," Corbin said after the race. "The first lap, I went out to fast, I had a little adrenaline rush going on. I thought I had to take the lead the whole time, since I wanted to get a 4:56 today. That didn't happen, but I'm not putting my head down. I'm ready for the next race, I'm ready to break my time."

Then I told Corbin she had finished in 5:03.

"I PR'd. OK. I'm happy about that. Nothing wrong with that," she said. "But, yeah. I'm just ready to go at the O.C. Championships. I'm ready to break the five [minute mark]."

Powers Follows Suit

Corona del Mar junior Ashlee Powers ran the open meet mile in the heat after Corbin's, and, like the Tesoro senior, turned in a personal best mark -- although by the slimmest of margins. Powers turned in a 5:05.04, which turned out to be a .01-second improvement.

"It was really good. I felt really relaxed at the beginning. I felt like it was a little too easy," Powers said. "I think we were at 72 [seconds-per-lap] pace, and it felt good. There was a little wind, but it was nice there were other people."

Powers said the pace of the race picked up when she wanted it to, and at one point she felt the whole section could break five minutes, but that a 78-second lap doused the hopes. "But it was a good race," she said. "It was fast."

When asked if being on the big stage of Arcadia had left her with any nerves heading into the race, Powers said it may have affected other people more than her. "I was watching everyone when we were out there, and everyone was doing that nervous thing, hopping around, but I didn't feel nervous at all," she said. "I felt confident, which is weird because this is Arcadia. I was expecting more out of the race. I thought it would be faster."

Powers said her season-long goals are to break five minutes and, hopefully, get to 4:50 in the mile, while making it to state in the 3200.

"My two-mile [personal record] is a 10:57," she said. "I'm hoping to bring that down. I don't know what time I want in the two-mile exactly, maybe it would be nice to get to 10:30.

"Personally, coming into this season, I thought the one-mile was going to be my best [event of the two]. I had only run the two-mile two times coming in, and they were at 11:55, but the first race I ran this year was at 11:12. So I'm still getting used to it, but right now I feel like my two-mile is stronger."

Mission, San Clemente Girls Get a Taste of Arcadia Relays

Both Mission Viejo and San Clemente sent a couple of young and talented relay squads to Arcadia over the weekend, and both came away with a taste of success.

In the open meet distance medley relay, San Clemente's girls took home the silver with a time of 12:15.58, just steps behind the Orange Lutheran team, which took it down the stretch.

San Clemente was sparked by junior Molly Mann, who ran a great first leg before handing off to senior Katelyn Harrison, who ran a brisk 400. Harrison passed off to sophomore Sara Kebede, who then handed off to anchor Ali Palmer, a senior, who finished up the race.

While the San Clemente distance runners represented well, so to did Mission Viejo's sprinters, namely sophomore Michelle Rivera, senior Elaine Meritt, junior Julia Cabrales, sophomore Kesley Waldmann and senior Sydney Elliott, who also participated in the 300-meter hurdles.

Mission Viejo finished second in its morning section of the 4x100 with a time of 49.25, and fourth in its afternoon section of the 4x400 with a time of 4:02.94, but more importantly, Cabrales said the Diablos came away with some much-appreciated experience on the big stage.

"It's been good. We came down here for relays today so, it's been fun. It's my first time here," Cabrales said. "Definitely, [it's been intimidating], it's the best of the best, you know. It's a really great meet. We're honored to be here."

Cabrales, whose personal record in the 100 stands at 12.12 seconds, says her goal in the 100 is to break 12 seconds.

"I want to get in the 11s for the 100 and I want to bring my 200 time down into the 24s. I'm at 25.3 right now," she said. "So just working on bringing down my personal time is probably my main goal, and working on my form."

When I asked if she was looking forward to the O.C. Championships, Cabrales smiled. "Yes. Definitely," she answered. "It's our home track. We'll see, though, because those girls are good too. It's great to run with them; they push me harder."

Fraser, Cochran Play Second-Fiddle to Brown in Discus

It was a toss of epic proportions.

Paramount High senior Ma'a Brown stepped into the ring for his third throw of the men's invitational discus Saturday afternoon and hurled an arcing rainbow that curved right, then bended left, back over the field, and landed 201-feet, 5-inches away from his massive, granite frame.

t was the longest discus throw in America this season, and as the normally respectfully muted crowd gathered around the discuss pit went nuts, both El Toro senior Jake Fraser and Newport Harbor junior Ethan Cochran, two Orange County throwers used to the spotlight, could only watch from the sideline, fully aware that the day belonged to Brown.

Fraser, who will continue his throwing career at Long Beach State, was satisfied with a fourth-place finish, the result of 182-02 throw, his fifth of the day, and a new personal record.

"I felt good; it was a PR," Fraser said. "I finally got a throw over 180. It felt good getting fourth overall, but the throw itself, it felt bad. It felt like I just ripped it."

Fraser said because the stress of choosing a college destination is now over, he felt very little pressure on Saturday.

"There really isn't much pressure, it's just go out, have fun, and try my best," he said.

Fraser said he expects the competition to be stiff again at the O.C. Championships this Saturday, but Cochran is headed to the Mt. San Antonio College Invitational, where he says the field of throwers will be even more experienced.

"I didn't feel my best today," Cochran said. "I could have thrown way better. I had a pretty big throw my second throw, but it was out-of-sector left."

Cochran said his goal this season is to reach at least 195 feet.

"My PR is 185 right now," he said. "I'm just going to have to be consistent and do what I need to do."

In the Shot Put

Fraser took seventh overall in the shot put competition with a toss of 56-08.75, while El Toro teammate, senior Sullivan Parker, took fourth with a throw of 57-4.50.

Newport Harbor senior Ryan Andrews turned in a third-place toss of 59-08, while teammate, junior Steve Michaelson, finished 13th (54-02.75).

El Toro senior Brad Bolton was 16th overall (51-04).

Run, Katherine, Run

The JSerra track and field team only sent two runners to Arcadia this year, seniors Luke Decker and Katherine Delaney.

Delaney, who was named the O.C. Register's All-County Runner of the Year for 2010, is currently ranked No. 7 in the state in the 800 with a time of 2:14.75, turned in at the Laguna Beach Invitational.

Saturday at the Arcadia, which is only the third time she has raced this season, Delaney finished fifth in the 800 invitational race with a time of 2:11.50, a week after finishing at 2:10.76, for a personal best at the Trabuco Hills Invitational.

"This season I want to get under 2:10, hopefully 2:06, that's my goal," Delaney said after the race. "In my 1600, I want to get to the 4:40s."

Delaney, who has committed to California, said Saturday that Arcadia was nothing new in terms of some of the stages she has raced on before, and that her focus was more mental than anything.

Decker finished seventh in his section of the open meet men's one-mile with a time of 4:23.32.

Bragging Rights

A week after El Toro senior Adam Bragg missed out on pole vault gold at the Trabuco Hills Invitational to his friend -- and friendly rival -- Newport Harbor senior Mark Sakioka, Bragg was able to turn the tables on Sakioka at the Arcadia Invitational, and do something he had never done before in the process.

With the bar set at 16-feet, 1-inch, Bragg cleared his final attempt during the invitational meet Saturday afternnon, to break his PR of 15-10 and finish third overall.

Sakioka, who finished the meet in fifth place with a final clearance of 15-07, stuck around to root on his friend.

The personal-best attempt for Bragg was a close call, with the bar wobbling ever so slightly after clearance. But the El Toro vaulter knew it was good before he touched the mat, as he pumped both fists in victory while returning to earth.

Next week both Bragg and Sakioka will renew their rivalry at the O.C. Championships.

For a complete listing of Arcadia results, including Friday's distance events, as well as both the open and invitational meets on Saturday, click here.

Orange County Championships

The gates open at 7 a.m. Saturday at Mission Viejo High, the site of the 2011 Orange County Track and Field Championships. Running events begin at 8:30 a.m., with field events to kick off half an hour later.

Parking will be free at Mission Viejo, but if you've never been to Diablo Stadium for a highly-attended event, be aware that parking is limited and you should plan to arrive as early as possible.

You can find a parking map as well as any additional information you may need by clicking here.

Here is a breakdown of the area athletes who are expected to be in attendance, starting with the girls:

2011 Orange County Championships -- Girls Entrants

Aliso Niguel: Ciara Allen, Fr., Jordan Ansara, Jr., Caroline Ashcroft, Fr., Breanna Barnard, Sr., Olivia Brown, Sr., Alexis Colacchio, Sr., Alaina Cruz, Jr., Zoe Dillingham, Fr., Paige Hattesohl, Fr., Kaylene Karim, Fr., Lauren Koscal, Sr., Madeline McKay, Fr., Danielle Mouleart, Jr., Paige Nelson, So., Keanna Roberson, Sr., Madeline Robinson, So., Mina Seo, So., Garbby Thompson, Sr., Danica Traweek, So., Danica Wyson, Jr.

Capistrano Valley: Alliso Causky, Fr., Mary Geers, So., Madeline Giles, Fr., Bronte Golick, Sr., Dana Hanrahan, So., Krystin Haser, Fr., Natalie Herberg, Fr., Anne Hinman, So., Katy Hinman, Jr., Hannah Horner, Fr., Camilla Howe, So., Katie Kom, So., Gianna Lowery, Jr., Kate Miller, So., Caitie Naasz, Fr., Megan Perry, Fr., Lilianna Rehorn, So., Holly Rieck, Jr., Chloe Roach, So., Sarah Ryan, So., Abby Schafer, Sr., Kylie Schumacher, Fr., Amber Smithson, Ashley Tucker, Sr.

Corona del Mar: Ally Brahs, Jr., Emily Glenn, Fr., Katie Groke, So., Devon Hoppe, Sr., Sarah Hoppe, Jr., Jessica Imani, Sr., Rebekah Lewis, Fr., Cassidy Lundy, So., Ashlee Powers, Jr., Kristen Rivera, Jr., Nica Sabouni, Jr., Taylor Slatton, So., Karle'h Wilson, Jr.

Dana Hills: Alaina Alvarez, Sr., Ami Ballo, So., Brenna Barker, So., Laura Beresford, Sr., Carissa Bricker, Sr., Annie Bubinski, Sr., Paige Canterbury, So., Aubrey Carr, So., Sidney Chiodini, So., Vivian Dan, Sr., Christina Debowski, So., Katie Dibene, Sr., Brooke Dorsey, So., Taylor Eljenholm, So., Holly Erwin, So., Kayla Garcia, Fr., Mega Geyer, Jr., Sheridan Gomez, Jr., Sidney Gomez, Fr., Sierra Hanson, So., Lauren Heinemeyer, Fr., Natalie Irha, So., Skylar Johnson, So., Megan Jones, Sr., Michaela King, Fr., Megan LaRocca, Fr., Megan Matchet, Fr., Kelly McCormick, Sr., Katherin Narisco, Jr., Allison Sprong, Jr., Tori Usgaard, Jr., Erica Young, Jr.

El Toro: Naia Bean, Fr., Katie Benavente, Jr., Madison Bragg, So., Claire Currie, So., Rachel Dittmar, Sr., Hanna Edwards, Sr., Taylor Hypolite, Sr., Breanna Johnson, So., Channing Jones, Sr., Alexa Kitchen, So., Hannah Meager, Fr., Melissa Mewes, Sr., Mikaela Morris, Jr., Kelley Peterson, So., Camila Turati, Fr., Whitney Williams, Jr.

Fountain Valley: Roxanna Asher, Jr., Pasene Asuega, Sr., Eliza Becerra, So., Lora Bender, Fr., Amber Bragdon, Fr., Abigail Bur, Sr., Lyndsy Chiang, Fr., Lauren Delgadillo, Fr., Taylor Dimiceli, Jr., Stephanie Fedele, So., Camille Garcia, Sr., Paige Grigus, Sr., Cassandra Harward, So., Sarah Haydock, Sr., Amanda Johnson, So., Kaylea Ketland, So., Valerie Leuta, Sr., Katie Lynch, Fr., Catherine Martinez, Sr., Aini Morales, So., Christine Nguyen, Fr., Jacqueline Nguyen, Jr., Lina Nguyen, Fr., Marissa Nickles, Jr., Tianna Ranck, Jr., Lora Reed, Sr., Jocelyn Santiago, Sr., Alyssa Tao, So., Shelley Zito, So.

JSerra: Katherine Delaney, Sr., Hannah Hunsaker, Fr., Colby Lindholm, So., Ashley Nilssen, So., Caitlin Nilssen, So., August Touchard, So., Shelby Vanrycheghen, Fr. Laguna Beach: Brielle Budroe, Fr., Christa French, Sr., Samantha Garner, Sr., Hannah Jonus, Jr., Christianna Kinder, Sr., Natasha Strickland, Jr., Monica White, Fr.

Los Alamitos: Jordan Agnew, So., Brooke BRannon, So., Carissa Culver, Sr., Jillian deAvila, Sr., Elyse Harabedian, Jr., Jamie Holcomb, Jr., Mackenna Howard, Fr., Lauren Iris, So., Alicia Keyworth, Sr., Breanna Mikalson, Fr., Cassandra Mikalson, Fr., Michelle Navarro, So., Emma Nuiry, So., Caroline Parsons, Sr., Cheyenne Perez, Sr., Claire Rainey, Fr., Sierra Roper, So., Lauren Yamada, Jr.

Los Amigos: Cynthia Torres, Jr.

Mission Viejo: Jacquelynn Abeyta, Jr., Jessica Armes, Sr., Terra Atwood, Fr., Lauren Boukather, So., Brittany Bridgford, Fr., Alexa Cabrales, Jr., Alyssa Caouette, Fr., Jacklyn Chasteler, So., Claire Beatrick, So., Sydney Elliott, Sr., Emma Farrell, So., Alex Gaines, Sr., Kristen Hardy, So., Danielle Henricksen, Sr., Alexandra Maring, So., Mikayla Marshall, Jr., Molly McCullough, So., Jenni Mereditch, Fr., Emily Nightingale, Sr., Megan O'Neill, Fr., Kiana Palacios, Fr., Kellie Perry, So., DEvon Quinion, Sr., Julia Reedy, Sr., Joletta Silva, Jr., Morgan Simpson, So., Hannah Terhaar, So., Kelsey Waldmann, So.

Newport Harbor: Sophia Evans, Jr., Peri Howser, So., Allison Krugman, Sr., Alexis Kunkle, So., Katherine Maddox, So., Katelyn Mead, Fr., Paige Tennison, So., Kasey Thompson, Jr., Leah VanDyke, Fr.

San Clemente: Kyleigh Brown, So., Triston Brown, Sr., Colby Castruita, So., Amelia Claud, Sr., Mellisa Eisele, Fr., Jessica Erickson, Fr., Samantha Gruzdis, So., Kaitlyn Harrison, Sr., Elizabeth Hays, So., Madison Huffman, So., Emma Hutchison, Sr., Sara Kebede, So., Briana Lehman, So., Ally Lynn, Fr., Molly Mann, Jr., Ciara Mestaz, So., Coley Page, Jr., Ali Palmer, Sr., Hayley Richardson, Fr., Amanda Skinner, Jr., Sara Stanley, Fr., Brittney Thornton, So., Salona Wallace, Jr., Summer Wallen, So.

San Juan Hills: Abriana Conklin, Fr., Madison D'Ornellas, Sr., Francesa Fatigate, Fr., Chelsea Kruthers, Jr., Olivia Loew, Jr., Katie Ott, Jr., Lexi Shaw, So., NIcole Skvarna, So., Kylee Vandenberg, So., Maddie Vansell, So., McKenzie Walsh, Jr., Chloe Widdowson, Fr.

Santa Margarita: Chelsea Carey, So., Caylie Connelly, So., Jenna DePillo, So., Natalie Grabowski, So., Ashley Graves, So., Caroline Hilley, Fr., Katie Madler, Sr., Michele McSkane, Jr., Sarah Porter, Jr., Kaitlin Propeck, Jr., Ashley Rhorer, Jr., Rachel Roesgen, Jr., Amber Sylvia, So., Ashlyn Vidal, Sr., Hannah Wetmore, Fr.

St. Margaret's: Chelsie Churchill, Jr., Macey Davis, So., Gracie Gordon, Sr., Mary McGraw, So., Sarah Paddon, Sr., Emily Venable, So., Valerie Wu, Sr.

Tesoro: Olivia Benice, Fr., Kendra Clinkenbeard, Jr., Nicci Corbin, Sr., Kate Custer, Fr., Kendall Donaldson, So., Ashley Elliott, So., Ashley Gillebaard, Fr., Asia Kleinmeyer, Jr., Stephanie Lapidus, So., Amy LaRue, Jr., Erica Liem, Fr., Fabiola Lopez, Fr., Madeline Oi, So., Sarah Parsons, So., Melissa Petersen, Jr., Kirby Ruback, Fr., Emily Scharmann, So., Taylor Sims, Fr., Grace Stepien, Sr., Jenna Thorbburg, So., Charly Turner, So., Emily Vidmar, Jr., Morgan Wilcox, Jr., Carissa Zrimsek, Fr.

Trabuco Hills: Karen Ascencio, Jr., Keena Bensworth, So., Kathryn Bisjop, Fr., Chiara Burns, So., Aaren Cadieux, Sr., Danica Dobosy, Sr., Angeliza Douglas, Sr., Catalina Dunmeyer, Sr., Rachel Fuller, So., Taylor Garber, So., Hannah Greenhalgh, Sr., Jamie Hay, So., Lauren Herschberg, So., Hannah Holtsberg, Fr., Urmila Janardan, So., Danielle Johnson, So., Kora Johnson, Jr., Amanda Kasten, So., Samantha Lee, Fr., Ine Lindberg, Sr., Adrienne Liu, Jr., Clare Loper, So., Alison McCoy, So., Shelby McQuitty, Jr., Maggie Ramsey, Fr., Dominique Regalado, Fr., Cassandra Smith, Jr., Sabrina Stiers, So., Hannah Terry, Fr., Monica Ukah, Jr., Nicole Ulrich, So., Bree Winfrey, Sr.

2011 Orange County Championships -- Boys Entrants

Aliso Niguel: Tanner Affleck, Sr., Tristan Buck, Fr., Davis Clarke, So., Tanner Collions, Sr., Alain Dimapilis, Sr., Ryan Evas, So., AJ Manigault, Jr., Merak Melikian, So., Brenden Mitchum, So., Brett Moshenko, So., Adam Ostergar, Jr., Ryan Song, So., Ross Williams, Jr.

Capistrano Valley: Adam Abdelkader, So., Alex Beauchamp, Sr., Juan Cabral, Fr., Dan Contreras, Fr., Ethan Deson, So., Patrick Greers, Jr., Max Gooing, So., Devin Hanrahan, Sr., Matt Heppert, Jr., Jake Hurley, Sr., Kevin Hurley, Jr., Stuart Irving, So., Evan McFarland, So., Connor McRoberts, So., Sean Modster, Fr., Connor Naasz, Sr., Steven Ng, Sr., Favid Pum, So., Josh Reise, So., Taylor Robbins, Jr., Ed Shafron, Jr., Trent Speetzen, So., Alex Suchek, Fr., Brad Wernick, Jr.

Corona del Mar: Troy Bolus, So., Braden Brahs, Fr., Winston Hollingshead, Sr., Kyle Iverson, Jr., Ian Klug, Sr., Tanner Love, So., Nick McGuinness, So., Alezi Molinari, So., Blake Myers, Jr., Teddy Parks, So., Harrison Phillips, So., Ryan Rodrigues, Jr., Lance Seger, So., Nick Willard, Fr., Scott Youngman, Sr.

Dana Hills: Shevin Afrasiabi, Fr., Nick Ahrold, Sr., Zeph Alva, So., Christian Barnett, Fr., Nikko Bellinghausen, So., Ridge Ben Ben, So., Ricardo Campuzano, Sr., David Cornella, So., Alec Cranford, So., Gavin Diem, Fr., Chancellor Dunne, Sr., Elliott Dunning, So., Donny Flora, Sr., Conner Garcia, Jr., Dylan Gourd, Sr., David Harned, Jr., Matt Harned, So., Devin Harrison, Sr., Chris Hessenauer, Fr., Connor Kaddatz, Sr., Austin Leeds, So., Joey Lopez, So., Mauro Marquina, Fr., Trevor McCloud, Sr., Cody Meddaugh, Sr., Michael Mendoza, So., Keith Messinger, Jr., Jack Morgenson, So., Jordan Perez, So., Harrison Ray, So., Ethan Rinchik, So., Theodore Soulopulos, Sr., Kyle Stilwell, Sr., Mike Stoeffler, Sr., Jason Wright, Fr.

El Toro: Spencer Allen, Jr., Andy Bardine, Sr., Brad Bolton, Sr., Adam Bragg, Sr., Alex Dao, So., John Dornisch, So., Kevin Durham, Jr., Jake Fraser, Sr., Jacob Furnari, So., Ryan Germann, Sr., Juan Gonalez, So., Kyle Guzman, Fr., Geoff Kruki, Jr., Nathan Kwan, So., Mike Masci, Sr., Marco Mendoza, Sr., Sullivan Parker, Sr., Nick Resendes, Sr., Justin Schneider, Jr., Matt Stockton, So., Jake Tredwell, Jr.

Fountain Valley: Shane Bennett, Sr., Jay Bonthius, Jr., Max Chern, So., Anderson Hua, Jr., Dustin Huynh, Fr., Hassan Ilyas, So., Caleb Klinger, Sr., William Kokal, So., Ty Mason, So., Jason McKinnon, So., Jacob Miller, Sr., Luis Morales, Sr., Matt Oyakawa, Fr., Mitchell Stockton, So.

JSerra: Max Allen, Fr., Tommy Allen, Jr., Michael Darcy, Sr., Jake Decker, Sr., Luke Decker, Sr., Chas Harmon, Jr., Tyler Kranawetter, So., Eddie Lung, So., Donald Mahoney, Fr., John Seigel, Jr., Kyle Willis, Jr.

Laguna Beach: Ricky Delatorre, Jr., DEvin Kent, Sr., Christian Menes, Jr., Tyler Nichols, So., Stone Riff, So., Aaron Swartz, Sr., Kevin Tovar, So., Bryce Williams, So.

Los Alamitos: Cameron Baldwin, Jr., Josh Caiquo, Jr., Eric Chai, So., Brandon Closs, Sr., Jacob Coronel, So., Peter Forest, Jr., Brad Gordon, Sr., Steve Harrington, So., Teddy Hetherington-Rauth, So., Todd McDowell, So., Abhinac Nagpal, So., Evan Natland, So., DOminique Parham, Jr., Cody Paul, Jr., Corey Richards, So., Kyle Roberts, Jr., Coleman Sawyer, Sr., John Williams, So., Robert Woyjeck, Sr.

Los Amigos: George Diaz, So., Miguel Gonzales, So.

Mission Viejo: Jordan Antol, So., Cameron Ashbaugh, Fr., Paul Bowker, Jr., Andrew Brown, So., Kyle Cate, Jr., Marcus COllins, So., Cole Dargan, So., Jordan Dominguez, So., Humberto Garcia, Sr., Keenan Griffin, Sr., Brian Jordan, Sr., Mike Kemmer, So., Dallas Kessman, Sr., Conner Kim, So., John King, Sr., Tom Manning, So., Chance McCall, Jr., Connor McNichols, Jr., Andrew McPeak, Sr., TJ Mines, So., Ameya Nilkanth, So., Ryan Pesak, So., Max Redfield, So., Josiah Robins, Jr., Brandon Roy, So., Sage Stone, So., Josh Taylor, Fr., Sam Yeager, So., John Young, Jr.

Newport Harbor: Christian Abbey, So., Asi Mutuvai, Sr., Jake Barber, Jr., Ted Barry, Jr., Titus Hasson, Jr., Ramsey Hufford, Fr., Austin Little, Sr., Asa Lohr, Sr., David Munoz, So., Dylan Murphy, Sr., Mark Sakioka, Sr., Marty Taylor, So., Max Van Bergh, Sr., Stephan Vayda, Sr.

San Clemente: Alex Alvarez, Sr., Ryan Alvarez, So., Dylan Barker, So., Brooks Bolsinger, Sr., Bryan Dunn, So., Chris Dunn, Sr., herbert Gamboa, Jr., Luke Krut, So., Isaac Mata, So., Jacob Morrison, Fr., Oscar Munson, Sr., Kyle Murphy, Sr., Clayton Skinner, Fr., Christian Tober, Jr.

San Juan Hills: Kyle Bauer, Jr., Jose Bazurto, So., Matt Chetwood, Jr., Nate Grubb, Jr., Camerino Herrera, Fr., Richie Landingham, Sr., Kyle Moses, So., Brandon Pedraza, Fr., Brandon Pugh, Jr., Matteo Stradiotto, Sr., Ari Uzo-Okerike, Sr., George Walberg, So.

Santa Margarita: Michael Anderson, So., Parker Curry, Fr., Frank DiPietro, So., Jason Engel, So., Tyler Frank, Sr., Brentano Giuliano, Jr., Sam Hewitt, Sr., Guido Marasigan, So., Connor Prior, Sr., Ryan Robbibaro, So., Matt Scott, So., Jeff Spraker, So., Logan Sweet, Sr., Cory Thomson, Sr., Ryan Wolpin, So.

St. Margaret's: Paul Brenneman, Jr., Max Carpenter, Sr., Zack Collins, Fr., Devin Dreyer, Sr., Bryan Flores, Sr., Jacob Garrett, Jr., Billy Gaudreau, Jr., Brandon Price, So.

Tesoro: Jared Allen, Sr., Derek Barnes, Jr., Scott Curran, Fr., Ryan Deushane, So., Jed Encarnacion, Fr., Cameron Fasola, Sr., Kyler FIsk, Jr., Baylor Harper, So., Warren Liem, Sr., Jeff Lim, Sr., Mitch McDermott, So., Wes McQuaid, Fr., Logan Myers, Fr., Kyle Ohnemus, So., Julien Okey, Sr., Erik Peterson, Sr., Chezz Roberts, So., Hunter Simmons, So., Rider Stark, Sr., Tyler Thomas, Sr., Bryce Torres, So., Cameron Tuccinardi, Sr., Lane Wiggins, Sr.

Trabuco Hills: Charles Denton, So., Mitchell Dixon, So., Alex Donigian, Sr., Lucas Dorman, So., Malik Fain, So., Adam Gann, Sr., Darren Geenen, So., Richard Gelok, Sr., Michael Gonzalez, Sr., Jack Grose, Sr., Sheldon Hamlin, So., Ryan Herson, Sr., Jack Jenkins, So., Tim Le, So., Brendan McCabe, So., Tanner McLaughlin, Fr., Cam McLeod, So., James McQuitty, Fr., Max Moncur, So., Kyle Nguyen, Jr., Tom Olech, Sr., Naoli Omatsu, So., Jantzen Oshier, Sr., Jame Padian, So., Lyle Palagar, Sr., Joe Porter, So., Andrew Quickle, So., Brent Ritschel, Sr., Cole Roberts, Fr., Chase Robertson, Jr., Madison Shuford, Fr., Clavin Spencer, So.

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