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The forward helped lead the Spartans (12-1) to the championship of its own New Year’s Ball tournament, La Canada’s first title in the tourney in the nine years of the four-day event. She had nine points and nine rebounds in the championship game, a 69-41 victory over Arcadia and was named tournament MVP.
Long Beach Poly
Junior Ayanna “Yani” Clark led her team to the West Coast Jamboree championship. Clark earned MVP honors at the largest tournament in the nation thanks to a three-game average of a double-double, with at least 15 points and 13 rebounds in every game.
Hasenauer earned Tournament MVP honors after powering Royal to the Los Tacos Tournament crown, including a hat trick in the final against West Ranch. It was her third hat trick of the season. Hasenauer now has 19 goals and eight assists on the season.
In winning the World International Invitational last week in Hawaii, Washington was named MVP. In four games, she averaged 27 points, 7.5 rebounds and 5.3 steals and shooting 69 percent from the field.
Redlands East Valley
Redlands East Valley won the Murrieta Valley Nighthawk Classic over the holiday break, thanks in large part to the play of Gray, who scored 17 points with seven steals in the championship over Murrieta Valley in a 57-53 win.
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