First-team honors went to girls golf star Taylor Riley and baseball players Duce Gourson and Kien Vu. Second-team recognition went to Blake Ledbetter.
Riley, an incoming senior, is a nationally recognized youth golfer. She carries a 4.0 grade point average and has been featured on the Future Champions of Golf website. She looks forward to receiving numerous college offers.
"I am so excited about the opportunity to play college golf," Riley said. "I am a strong student and I know I will be an asset to a collegiate program as a teammate and competitor."
For Gourson, a graduated senior, selecting a college won't be an issue. He committed to the University of Arizona in his early prep days. He may, however, also hear his name called during the upcoming Major League Baseball draft.
Gourson led the Western League champion Pointers with a .426 batting average, 13 doubles, three triples, eight home runs, 29 RBI, and 12 stolen bases despite being walked 35 times by opposing pitchers. In the field, he made only five errors in 127 chances from his shortstop position, a .961 percentage.
Vu, who will be a senior next season, was a star in center field, never committing an error all season while running to catch some long fly balls that looked like extra-base hits.
At the plate, Vu hit .284 with 30 runs scored (tied with Gourson), five doubles, a triple, and six home runs with 19 RBI and seven stolen bases. He also made 11 appearances as a pitcher covering 25.2 innings. He walked nine batters and struck out 28.
One of the top relief pitchers in the county, southpaw Ledbetter has also graduated. He compiled a 2.39 earned run average in 15 appearances covering 41 innings. He walked only nine and struck out 37, earning a team-leading number of saves.
The trio of baseball players also played in the recent county All-Star game at Petco Park.