Volleyball first team

A pair of Rebels and a pair of Falcons lead the first-team charge.

Eric Boyd,???

Crescenta Valley,??? Senior, Middle Hitter???

The first-team ???All-Pacific League standout was a driving force for the Falcons. Along with 167 kills, he had a .408 hitting percentage, 34 blocks and 28 aces.


Edmund Chow, ???

Flintridge Prep, Sr.???Outside Hitter???

Earned All-CIF accolades, pacing the Rebels to a share of the Prep League championship. A previous All-Area recipient, he posted a team-high 221 digs to go along with 211 kills and 287 receptions.


Jamie Pierce, ???

La Cañada, Senior, ???Outside Hitter???

Was an important piece in helping the Spartans get back to the CIF Southern Section playoffs. The first-team all-league selection tallied 165 kills, 276 digs and 16 aces.


Connor Smith,???

Crescenta Valley, Jr.??? Middle Blocker???

Played a key role in helping the Falcons qualify for the CIF Southern Section ???playoffs out of the??? Pacific League. He??? had 226 kills and 35 blocks, earning him all-league second-team honors.


Kenyatta Smith, ???Flintridge Prep, Junior, ???Opposite Hitter???

Was a power at the net for the Rebels,??? earning All-CIF Southern Section and first-team All-Prep League honors. Along with 221 kills, he also had 101 blocks.


Lucas Yanez,???

Burroughs, Junior,???Outside Hitter???

Helped the Indians win a share of the ???Pacific League championship, the program's first. He set a school record with 234 kills to go along with 220 digs, earning him first-team honors.




Joel Brinton, ???


The former Crescenta Valley High player earned the league coach of the year honor for the second consecutive year. His Indians rebounded from a fourth-place league finish in 2009 to capture a share of the Pacific League crown this past season. Burroughs also notched its first postseason win in four years as a program, defeating Hart in three games.

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