Click on the newspaper links below the athlete’s name to read about their performance from May 16-21, and then vote for who you think is best this week. The overall winner will be announced on Friday, May 27.
Parks helped Oak Park nail down back-to-back CIF Southern Section crowns, posting 31 assists, seven kills, four blocks and six digs in a sweep of West Ranch in the semifinals and producing a masterful 17 kills, 41 assists and four blocks in a five-set victory over Burroughs in the Division 2 final.
The Serra High sprinter was a two-time champion in the CIF Southern Section Division 4 championships at Cerritos College on Saturday. Diego-Williams captured the 100-meter dash title with a time of 10.60 seconds and also won the 200 crown with a time of 20.98. Diego-Williams moves on to the CIF-SS Masters Meet.
The senior helped lead the Crusaders to a CIF Southern Section Division 3 title with 13 kills and two aces in a quarterfinal sweep of Quartz Hill and 16 kills, nine digs, six total blocks and an ace in a five-setter over Cathedral during Saturday’s final at Cerritos College.Valley Christian came from behind to erase a two sets to one deficit as well as an 8-3 disadvantage in the fourth to capture their first championship since 2011.
Anderson had an outstanding showing at Saturday’s CIF Southern Section track meet at Cerritos College, finishing first in the 110 hurdles (13.67) and third in the 330 hurdles (38.12), turning in season bests times in each. He went into the meet ranked second in the Southern Section and the state in the 110 but bettered his time and beat the athlete that had boasted the best time, so he now owns section and state bests.
Foster had a monster day at the CIF Southern Section track finals Saturday at Cerritos College. The standout took home section titles in the 110- and 300-meter hurdles. Foster recorded personal-best times of 14.03 and 37.69, respectively. Foster got a late start on the track season after injuring his knee during football as the Knights’ leading receiver. Foster’s wins qualified him for this week’s Masters Meet.
The 6-foot-4, 170-pound senior right-hander pitched a no-hitter in the Centurions’ 3-0 win over Edison in a CIF-SS Division 1 first-round playoff game. Acuna, who signed with Oregon, struck out five and walked four. He is 10-0 with a 1.28 ERA.
Brown, who has the No. 7 time in the state this year in the 800 meters, didn’t surpass that on Saturday at the CIF-SS Championships, but his time of 1 minutes, 53.68 seconds was enough to give him the Division 2 title. The time was also good enough to qualify him for the CIF-SS Masters Meet.
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