Fall All-SCCAL teams headlined by local athletes
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Lucjan Szewczyk/Press-Banner
Lucjan Szewczyk/Press-Banner
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The 2013 all-Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League teams were announced this month headlined by a strong group of Scotts Valley and San Lorenzo Valley High School athletes. The following is broken down by sport.

 

Football

 

Co-MVP

Jake Rehnberg, Running Back, Scotts Valley

Scotts Valley High School running back Jake Rehnberg was named the Co-MVP of the SCCAL along with Aptos High School quarterback Alex Joh.

Rehnberg rushed for a school-record 2,234 yards and added 16 rushing touchdowns and three receiving scores.

The work-horse back rushed for more than 200 yards in seven games including a season-high 287 yards in a win over Harbor High School on Nov. 8.

Rehnberg’s rushing total is third all-time in the SCCAL behind Soquel’s Fabiano Hale’s 2,452 in 2012 and Harbor’s Calvin Keyser-Allen’s 2,360 in 2000.

Rehnberg played both ways and served as a starting linebacker for the Falcons defense.

 

Offensive Player of the Year

Willie Johnston, running back/receiver, Scotts Valley

Johnston was a multi-use player for the Falcons, registering 799 yards rushing and 12 touchdowns on the ground, along with 593 yards receiving and 7 touchdowns through the air. He scored a team-high and school-record 126 points on the season. On defense, Johnston was no slouch, recording five interceptions.

 

1st team

Jake Lobo, senior, quarterback, Scotts Valley

Kjell Johnson, senior, running back, SLV

Robbie D’Amato, senior, offensive line, SLV

Peter Marigonda, senior, offensive line, Scotts Valley

Bret Turner, senior, defensive line, Scotts Valley

Brady Botkin, senior, linebacker, Scotts Valley

Tristen Leonetti, sophomore, linebacker, Scotts Valley

Jordan Peabody, senior, punter, SLV

 

2nd team

Simon Harris, senior, offensive line, Scotts Valley

Alec Turowski, senior, wide receiver, Scotts Valley

Dalton Locke, sophomore, tight end, Scotts Valley

Logan Sorensen, junior, kicker, Scotts Valley

Jonathon Velez, senior, defensive line, Scotts Valley

T.J. Shaw, senior, defensive line, SLV

Bradley McClaron, senior, linebacker, Scotts Valley

Elliot Doran, senior, defensive back, SLV

Honorable Mention All-SCCAL

Scotts Valley

Griffin Curtis, senior defensive back; Brandon VanValer, junior, linebacker; Ethan Harris, junior, defensive line; David Snider, junior, linebacker; Orrlie Herrera, junior, offensive line; Conner Engler, junior, offensive line.

 

SLV

Aaron Campello, sophomore, linebacker; Ari Solomon, junior, defensive back; Jared Trader, junior, tight end, Kurt Lambaren, sophomore, linebacker; Brett Bukowski, junior, offensive line; Patrick Brooks, senior, defensive line.

 

Girls Water Polo – Monterey Bay League, Gabilan Division

 

First team

Hannah Kersten, junior, SLV

 

Second team

Hayley Kammeier, senior, SLV

 

Richard Chamberlin Sportsmanship Award

Mikaela Slade, junior, SLV

 

Girls Water Polo – Monterey Bay League, Pacific Division

 

First team

Meredith Barton, senior, Scotts Valley

 

Second team

Hannah Freeman, senior, Scotts Valley

Grace Ransler, senior, Scotts Valley

 

Richard Chamberlin Sportsmanship Award

Noelle Downing, senior, Scotts Valley

 

Boys Water Polo – Monterey Bay League, Pacific Division

 

Richard Chamberlin Sportsmanship Award

San Lorenzo Valley High School (team)

 

Second team

Mateo Rocamora, junior, SLV

Kurt Fulkerson, junior, SLV

 

Richard Chamberlin Sportsmanship Award

Neal Lynberg, senior, SLV

 

Girls volleyball

 

Second team

Seryna Tapuloa, Scotts Valley

 

Honorable Mention

Scotts Valley: Mikayla Fish, Megan Lonhart, Juliana Sudfeld, Amber Bothman, Shelby Kranich and Megan Hiller.

SLV: Bailey Lotz, Rachel Smith, Brittany Black and Jocelyn Jones.

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