ALL-AREA FIRST TEAM

Andre Alexandrian,

Senior, Guard, Burbank

Steady outside shooter helped Bulldogs qualify for the postseason. Earned All-Pacific League first-team honors before securing All-CIF Division II-AA second-team accolades.

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?Clarke Anderson, Senior,

Guard, La Cañada

All-Rio Hondo League first-team pick averaged 13.4 points, 6.6 rebounds and 1.7 steals per game to lead Spartans to third-place finish in league. Was named to the All-CIF Division III-AA second team after La Cañada advanced to the second round of the postseason.

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?Edmund Chow, Junior,

Guard, Flintridge Prep

Excelled in many facets of the game to help lead Rebels to the Prep League crown. Averaged 9.5 points, 3.6 assists and 3.1 rebounds per game to earn league's most valuable player and a spot on the All-CIF Division V-AA first team.

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?Kenyatta Smith, Soph.,

Forward, Flintridge Prep

Continued to show improvement in his game, as he averaged 15.1 points and 9.3 rebounds per game. Named to the All-Prep League first team after playing a large role in Rebels capturing the league title.

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?Malik Speed, Senior,

Guard, St. Francis

A reigning All-Area football first-team member, Speed averaged a team-high 17 points per game in 26 games played to help the Golden Knights reach the playoffs. First-team all-leaguer was assigned to guard some of the top players in the Mission League, regarded one of the toughest in Southern California.

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CO-COACHES OF THE YEAR

?Jeff Stephens and

Ray O'Brien, St. Francis

Duo helped pilot Golden Knights to the postseason for the first time since 2005, as St. Francis won a first-round game before falling in a close Division IV-AA second-round road contest against top-seeded Bishop Montgomery. Got players to buy into their system, while playing arguably the most difficult league schedule among area teams.


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