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High School Roundup: HB represents well with All-CIF honors

Huntington Beach High dominated the 2014 prep boys' volleyball season, and the Oilers also took top honors when the 2014 All CIF Southern Section Division 1 Boys' Volleyball Team selections were announced Monday.

Huntington, which won both a CIF Southern Section Division 1 and CIF Southern California Regionals Division 1 championship en route to a 40-0 season, placed four members of its team and Head Coach Craig Pazanti on the All-CIF squad.

Heading the unit is junior outside hitter TJ DeFalco who was named the division's Player of the Year. Pazanti repeated as the division's Coach of the Year.

DeFalco was named to the team last year, and succeeds former Oiler Matt Butler as the division's Player of the Year.

Butler took the honor last year after Huntington won Southern Section and regional titles.

Oilers selected to this year's team included senior middle blocker Drake Evans, senior outside hitter Brenden Sander, and junior setter Josh Tuaniga.

2014 All-CIF Southern Section Volleyball Team

(selected by CIF Southern Section Boys' Volleyball Coaches' Assn.)

Player of the Year: TJ DeFalco, OH, Jr., Huntington Beach

Coach of the Year: Craig Pazanti, Huntington Beach

The Team: Drake Evans, MB, Sr., Huntington Beach; Brenden Sander, OH, Sr., Huntington Beach; Josh Tuaniga, S, Jr., Huntington Beach; Hayden Boehle, OH, Sr., Loyola; Louis Richard, OH, Sr., Redondo Union; Cole Paullin, MB, Sr., Loyola; Joey Martino, OH, Sr., Corona del Mar; Eric Mathies, S, Sr., Dana Hills; Jacob Tuiotimariner, OPP, Sr., St. John Bosco; Vinny Pizzuti, OH, Sr., Redondo Union; Tommy Brooks, MB, Sr., Corona del Mar; Tyler Bird, L , Sr., Redondo Union.

Sander lands training team spot

Brenden Sander, a member of the Huntington Beach High boys' volleyball team and recent graduate, has landed one of 21 spots on the player roster for the 2014 USA Volleyball U.S. Men's Junior National Training Team.

USA Volleyball announced the Junior National Training Team members June 19.

The team will be cut down to 12 players before it enters the NORCECA Under-21 Continental Championship July 28-Aug. 3 in El Salvador. The team will begin training July 13 at the Olympic Training Center in Lake Placid, N.Y.

"There are so many different ways we can put together this team," Men's Junior Team Head Coach Bill Ferguson said in a statement. "It will be very difficult (to make any cuts).

"I was looking at guys who would be good right now to help qualify at NORCECA and guys who could develop in a year to help us win Worlds. "I wanted skilled, refined players at setting and outside hitter positions. I wanted athleticism in the middle and opposite."

Sander, who will attend BYU, is a first-time member on the training team. He is one of 12 players from Southern California, and one of five from Orange County, named to the team.

The NORCECA Under-21 Continental Championships serves as a qualifier tournament for 2015 Men's Junior World Championships.


Huntington Beach picked up a 9-1 summer league victory over Mission Viejo. Hagan Danner went three for three with a home run, Logan Pouelsen two for three with a double and two RBI, and the several pitchers took the mound for the Oilers.


Huntington Beach finished 4-0 at the Corona del Mar Shootout by scoring victories over Bell Gardens, Mater Dei No. 2, Palm Desert and Irvine. The Oilers also won their first two games in Los Alamitos Summer League (co-hosted by Los Alamitos and Marina) competition by defeating Cerritos and Long Beach Wilson. They lost Tuesday to Long Beach Poly.

The Oilers will compete this weekend at the Westmont College Summer Tournament.

Marina won three of four games last weekend at the Corona del Mar Shootout. The Vikings played eight games in its summer season through the weekend. The Vikings took wins from Segerstrom (69-39), Serrano (60-380 and Mira Costa (53-52), and lost to Mater Dei (score not available).

In the Los Alamitos Summer League it co-hosts, Marina split its first two games, beating Cypress (59-49) but losing to Woodbridge (79-61).

The Vikings will be in tournament action this weekend at UC San Diego, and start tournament play Monday at Cerritos College.

Brethren Christian went 3-2 in tournament action last weekend at Rancho Mirage High. The Warriors posted wins over Palos Verdes, Rancho Mirage No. 2 and Lompoc Cabrillo. Their losses were to Rancho Mirage No. 1, and Pacifica Christian.

BC will compete this weekend at the Point Loma University Tournament.

Edison put six players in double-figures and the Chargers started their summer season with a 76-30 rout of Santa Ana Valley Monday in Godinez Summer League play.

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