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ALL-LEAGUE BOYS VOLLEYBALL TEAMS

 

Palo Alto's Raymon Chen was picked as the Most Valuable Player in the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League El Camino Division. Discover who else made all-league teams in boys volleyball.

Santa Clara Valley Athletic League

El Camino Division

MVP: Raymon Chen, Palo Alto

First team

Joseph Pham, Wilcox

Koby Sherman, Fremont

Songboer Yun, Gunn

Garrett Pinkston, Sacred Heart Prep

Sam Wheaton, Wilcox

Carter Sun, Sacred Heart Prep

Simon Antony, Gunn

Tyler Yen, Palo Alto

Davis Haines, Eastside

Second Team

Clemens Strigl, Fremont

Lukas Trinh, The Kings Academy

Boris Bukchin, Gunn

Noah Tolbert, The Kings Academy

Jack Loftus, Sacred Heart Prep

Brandon Yan, Santa Clara

John Choe, Wilcox

Steve Pham, Wilcox

Abe Tow, Palo Alto

John Vu, Santa Clara

Peninsula Athletic League

MVP: Ethan Mayoss, Carlmont

First team

Ethan Mayoss, Carlmont

Max Jung, Carlmont

Aaron Jue-Sans, Hillsdale

Noah MacLean, Hillsdale

Jason Wu, San Mateo

Landon Finn, San Mateo

Aiden Peschke, Aragon

Ajitesh Nanda, Aragon

Andrew Wiseman, Menlo-Atherton

Gianluca Francisco, Capuchino

Ronin Lee Celio, South San Francisco

Edmund Deng, Mills

Jack Pedrotti, Sequoia

Thomas Toy, El Camino

Alex Roginski, Menlo-Atherton

Second Team

Kyle Lau, Carlmont

Anthony Frangos, Carlmont

Zach Martella, Hillsdale

Roberto Sapienza, Hillsdale

Angelo Castillo, San Mateo

Jayce Gispan, San Mateo

Albert Hao, Aragon

Solomone Hokafonu, Aragon

Huy Hong, Menlo-Atherton

Hayden Bradley, Menlo-Atherton

Nicholas Li, Capuchino

Joseph Dizon-Barron, South San Francisco

Kai Brown, Mills

Honorable Mention

Noah Beaumont, Aragon

Jason Mangini, Aragon

Isaac Troy, Carlmont

Josh Ahn, Carlmont

Jack Vallee, Hillsdale

Jonathon Vanos, Hillsdale

Ryan Savage, San Mateo

Griffen Shu, San Mateo

Ari Lampros, Capuchino

Jayden Tan, Capuchino

Jeffrey Lyle Loyola, South San Francisco

Steven Dhillon, South San Francisco

Tyler Chan, Mills

Amir Mosa, Mills

Shane Dunlevie, Menlo-Atherton

Matthew Nelson. Menlo –Atherton

Michael Wong, El Camino

Anthony Miranda, El Camino

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