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Cabrillo's goalkeeper Rylan Scott blocks a Righetti shot. Scott took home the Los Padres League's top offensive honor on Thursday. 

Led by a deep freshman class, Cabrillo girls water polo landed the most Los Padres League selections on Thursday, as the All-League teams were announced.

The league champion Conquistadores swept the Offensive Player of the Year and Coach of the Year honor, as Rylan Scott and Scot Larson took home those prizes.

The freshman trio of Mary Rhodes and Callie and Delaney Scott landed on the All-LPL First Team. Helping round out the rest of the first team were Shannon Connolly and Annie Ackert of Santa Ynez and Genae Abatti of Nipomo.

Four CHS players earned second team honors: Ellery Wilkie, Gretchen Von Protz, Jillian Larson and Madison Stangl. Nipomo goalie Sasha Llova and the Santa Ynez duo of Teghan Miller and Kaila Gullemin helped complete the second team.

Honorable mentions were Santa Maria’s Vanessa Garcia, Cabrillo’s Jacquelyn Garcia, Nipomo’s Kamaile Neel and Santa Ynez’s Alicia Reyes.


Six Santa Maria Saints were named to the All-Los Padres League First Team on Thursday.

Jorge Arevalo earned first team recognition after a stellar season in the 140-pound division. Following him from SM were Frank Lopez (147), Josias Calderon (154), Eluterio Eldarin (197), Jonathan Garcia (222) and heavyweight Marcus Peinado.

Lompoc and Nipomo had a pair of wrestlers make the first team: Nick Gonzalez (122) and Nathan Barcelona (128) for LHS and Anthony Lugo (162) and Isaac Bausley (184) for the Titans. Rounding out the rest of the first team were Ritchard Sandoval (108) of Santa Ynez and Christian Reyes (134) of Cabrillo.

Lompoc had the most second team selections with three: Austin Toal (134), Connor Hayes (147) and Dechlan Sparrow (184). Santa Ynez followed with its two second team honorees in Ben Schaeffer (154) and Isaiah Smith (222). Cabrillo’s Devin Brown (115) and Nipomo freshman Jesse Garza (197) rounded out the rest of the second team group.

For the honorable mentions, Lompoc once again led that contingent with four members: Luke Gardner (122), Anthony McKenna (140), Nick Jones (222) and freshman heavyweight Jacob Nunez. Santa Maria had two honorable mentions in Lorenzo Diaz (108) and Carlos Ramirez (162). Cabrillo’s Dakota Slater (172), Santa Ynez’s Chris Scaduto (115), and Nipomo’s trio of Luis-Diego Riquelme (128), Clay Funez (134) and Alberto Mendoza (147) completed the rest of the honorable mention grapplers.