Brea-Olinda's Walker Named Orange MVP

Brea-Olinda High School center Kevin Walker, who averaged 20.4 points, 9.6 rebounds and shot 56.5% from the field, was named the Most Valuable Player in Orange League in a vote of the league's coaches.

The Wildcats, who had a perfect 10-0 league record, placed two players on the all-league team. Second-place Savanna had four players on the team and third-place Valencia placed three.

The coaches' team:

Tim Pittman (Savanna), 6-1, Sr.; Trevor Hoffman (Savanna), 5-11, Sr.; Alex Madas (Savanna), 6-1, Sr.; Brad Veale (Savanna), 6-3, Jr.; Kevin Jones (Valencia), 6-3, Jr.; Geoff Adams (Valencia), 6-6, Sr.; Norm Nakawaki (Valencia), 6-3, Jr.; Troy Joseph (Western), 6-1, Jr.; Joe Burris (Western), 5-11, Sr. and David Fox (Brea-Olinda), 6-5, Sr.

MVP--Kevin Walker (Brea-Olinda), 6-9, Jr.

Coach of the Year--Gene Lloyd (Brea-Olinda).

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