All-League Girls golf honors


State champion Palo Alto placed six players on the All-Santa Clara Valley Athletic League Girls Golf team. Find out who they are and who made it from the West Bay Athletic League and Peninsula Athletic League.

All-League Girls golf honors

Santa Clara Valley Athletic League

De Anza Division

First team

Katherine Sung Palo Alto (Senior of the year)

Madison Pineda Palo Alto (Junior of the year)

Bridget O’Keefe Palo Alto (Sophomore of the Year)

Nicola Kaminski Los Gatos 12

Sophie Thai Los Altos 10

Caris Kim Los Altos 12

Jordan Chan Los Gatos (Freshman of the year)

Second Team

Marina Mata Palo Alto 11

Priya Bakshi Palo Alto 12

Elizabeth Lu Los Gatos 12

Lauren Sung Palo Alto 10

Chloe Weng Mountain View 10

Reeya Vasishita Mountain View 12

League Tournament

Sophie Thai Los Altos 10

Marina Mata Palo Alto 11

Katherine Sung Palo Alto 10

Elizabeth Lu Los Gatos 12

Naomi Danner Homestead 11

Caris Kim Los Altos 12

Sydney Sung Palo Alto 9

Nicola Kaminski Los Gatos 12

Lauren Sung Palo Alto 10

Samira Pal Cupertino 12

West Bay Athletic League

MVP: Claire Chen Harker

First team

Taylor Baik, Menlo

Brooke Barron, Mercy Burlingame

Gianna Inguagiato, Menlo

Katelyn Vo, Harker

Natalie Vo, Harker

Tina Xu, Harker

Vikki Xu, Menlo

Kelly Yu, Castilleja

Second team

Olivia Guo, Harker

Sulwen Ma, Menlo

Maya Zeidan, Mercy Burlingame

Jessica Zhou, Harker

Honorable mention

Bianca DeRanieri. Mercy Burlingame

Alexia Gutierrez, Notre Dame San Jose

Elizabeth Mendoza, Notre Dame Belmont

Masako Yang, Castilleja

Peninsula Athletic League

Nathalie Benrey Menlo-Atherton

Viveka Kurup Carlmont

Lindsey Huang San Mateo

Marisa Tung Mills

Katie Spivakovsky Menlo-Atherton

Isabel Coughlan Carlmont

Joanne Yuh Menlo-Atherton

Alyssa Angara Aragon

Kaitlyn Parohinog Carlmont

Nina Chung Carlmont

— Palo Alto Online Sports

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