Members of the San Marino High School varsity basketball, soccer and water polo teams recently earned All-Rio Hondo League honors, league officials announced.
The highest honors went to the SMHS boys’ and girls’ soccer programs.
Senior goalkeeper Emily Boutin was named the league’s most valuable defensive player, and teammates Amanda Grannis, Kenzie Tokuchi and Mackenzie Dawes earned a spot on the girls’ soccer first team. Malia Evans, Carly Hittner and Puja Balaji made the second team, and Margaret Hannan and Jillian Tse each received an honorable mention.
Head coach Jaime Acuna led the Titans to a record of 13-3-3, including a 4-2-2 mark in league play. San Marino placed second in the RHL standings and fell to Granite Hills of Apple Valley, 2-1, in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division 4 playoffs.
San Marino’s Dhilan Anvekar was named the Rio Hondo League’s most valuable defensive player, and teammates Sean Walla and Justice Beck were boys’ soccer first-team selections. Joe Hindle earned an honorable mention.
Titans head coach Oswaldo Monroy guided his team to a 6-11-3 seasonw, including a 1-9 record in league play.
The varsity boys’ basketball team had four players recognized, most notably its top scorer. Guard Ethan Deng earned a spot on the first team and Sean O’Brien made the second team. Seniors Michael Baldocchi and Cristian Mata were honorable mentions.
Head coach Mihail Papadopulos guided the squad to a 15-14 record and placed third in the league standings. The Titans defeated Pasadena Poly in a CIF-SS Division 4AA wild card game and then fell to Hacienda Heights Wilson in a first-round playoff game.
Three members of the varsity girls’ basketball team were listed on the All-League selections. Chloe Wong made the first team, and teammates Kylie Bonavich and Elaina Lee each earned an honorable mention.
Head coach Annie Yee guided a young San Marino squad to a 4-21 season, including a 1-7 record in league.
Two Titans made the cut in the All-Rio Hondo League girls’ water polo selections. Elizabeth Lee and Ashley Mao each received an honorable mention.
Head coach Mark Barr led the SMHS girls’ water polo team to an 8-14 record.