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SHP's Enright named CCS boys water polo Player of the Year

 

Harvard-bound Jackson Enright, a senior at Sacred Heart Prep, was named the overall Central Coast Section men's water polo Player of the Year in a vote of 14 members of the CCS Coaches Association. The results were announced Monday.

Enright helped the Gators win their sixth consecutive CCS Division II title earlier in the month. He was joined on the first team by SHP senior goalie JC Marco, Gators' junior Alex Tsotadze, Menlo sophomore Sam Untrecht, Knights' junior Nike Bhatia, Sacred Heart Prep's Andrew Churukian, Menlo-Atherton's Nik Caryotakis, St. Francis' Nathan Puentes and Bellarmine's Phillip Wang.

Menlo is the CCS runner-up in Division II. Bellarmine topped the Lancers for the Division I title. The Gators and Knights went undefeated against the Bells and St. Francis, with Sacred Heart Prep winning both the West Catholic Athletic League regular-season title and WCAL tournament title. Menlo won the Peninsula Athletic League Bay Division title, beating M-A in the tournament championship game.

Santa Clara Valley Athletic League De Anza Division champion Gunn is represented by senior Quinn Hamilton on the second team and junior Jack Mallory as honorable mention.

Sacred Heart Prep's Larsen Weigle was also named to the second team while Menlo's Tiago Bonchristiano and Miller Geschke are honorable mention.

The coaches also selected separate Division I and Division II teams.

Caryotakis, Hamilton and Mallory were joined by M-A junior goalie Noah Smith on the Division I first team. Gunn's Aaron Babian and Patrick Zhao, M-A's Chris Lobdell and Palo Alto's Jared Stanley are second team picks. M-A's Hugo McMillan and Ilia Dzotenidze, Gunn goalie Jackson Waschura and Paly's Jack Anderson are honorable mention.

In Division II, Menlo's Scott Little and Jaydemm Kunwar were added to the second team and Menlo's Ben Wagner is an additional honorable mention.

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