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  40. MAXIME ROONEY  Granada-Livermore, Swimming, JR.  Committed to the University of Florida, Rooney makes this list for the second straight year after setting...

  Granada-Livermore, Swimming, JR.
  Committed to the University of Florida, Rooney makes this list for the second straight year after setting a new North Coast Section Championships record in the 200 freestyle (1 minutes, 34.58 seconds) while defending his title in the same event and the 500 freestyle. Rooney will enter his senior year holding the record for all three NCS freestyle distances.

  Deer Valley-Antioch, Volleyball, SR.
  Ewert is the first Wolverines’ player to ever earn a full-ride scholarship for boys volleyball “” and to Stanford, no less. It’s his second straight year in these rankings, which he earned by posting 632 kills with 89 aces, 56 blocks and 285 digs. He led Deer Valley to a 41-2 record, a North Coast Section Div. I championship and a CIF NorCal Div. I finals appearance.

  Serra-San Mateo, Baseball/Football, SR.
  A legitimate two-sport star for the Padres, Outman began his school year as a SportStars All-NorCal football selection after compiling 80 tackles (60 solo) and being named Co-MVP of the West Catholic Athletic League. In baseball, which he’ll continue to play at Sacramento State next spring, Outman hit .287 with 25 hits, 19 runs, 14 RBI, eight stolen bases, four doubles, two triples and three home runs.

  #37 Addison Escobar37. ADDISON ESCOBAR
  Richmond, Soccer, SR.
  His hat trick in the North Coast Section Div. II final lifted the Oilers to their first section championship in 21 years. He finished the season with 27 goals and 11 assists and was bestowed multiple honors, including Bay Area News Group’s East Bay Player of the Year.

  Petaluma, Softball/Basketball/Volleyball, SR.
  The lone legit three-sport talent on this year’s list. She contributed to a 23-11 Trojans volleyball team, was a first-team All-Sonoma County Athletic League selection on the 21-7 girls basketball team, and led a 24-4 softball team by hitting .529 with 46 hits, 40 runs, 46 RBI, 11 doubles and six home runs. She’ll play softball collegiately for Arizona.

  35. DANIELLE BOWERS#35 Danielle Bowers
  Archbishop Mitty-San Jose, Softball, SR.
  Yet another softball standout headed for Cal. Bowers was the most consistent and prolific hitter for the CCS Div. II-champion Monarchs. She hit .426 and had team-bests in hits (40), runs (31), RBI (30) and stolen bases (12). She also had seven doubles, three triples and four home runs.

  Las Lomas-Walnut Creek, Water Polo, SR.
  Kessler competed for the U.S. Youth National Team in Turkey during the summer of 2014, and then dominated the pool for Las Lomas in the fall. The Bay Area News Group named him its East Bay Player of the Year after he scored 109 goals with 60 steals and 45 assists for a 17-8 Knights team.

  #33 Lo Utchen33. LO UTCHEN
  Monte Vista-Danville, Volleyball, SR.
  It was a banner year for Utchen and the Mustangs. Utchen was named Bay Area News Group’s East Bay Player of the Year after leading Monte Vista to a 30-7 record and its first NCS championship since 1995 and first East Bay Athletic League title since 1996. The San Diego State-commit had 946 assists, 77 kills, 213 digs, 69 aces and 77 blocks.

  St. Mary’s-Berkeley, Basketball/Track, SR.
  Mosley earned 2nd-Team All-State Elite honors from Cal-Hi Sports after a dominant season for the 23-9 Panthers. The 5-foot-11 Cal-bound post averaged 18.2 points, 11.3 rebounds, 2.9 assists, 2.2 steals and a little more than one block a game. In the spring, she won North Coast Section track titles in the long jump and the 4×100 relay.

  Leland-San Jose, Basketball/Water Polo, JR.
  Kelbert was a 1st-Team All-Mercury News selection in basketball after averaging 19 points and 11.8 rebounds with 25 double-doubles in 27 games. During the fall, he was a standout goalie for 19-8 Chargers team and was named the Blossom Valley Athletic League’s Junior of the Year.



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