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SCCS, Trinity athletes honored for winter

Posted: March 30, 2014 10:16 p.m.
Updated: March 30, 2014 10:16 p.m.

Santa Clarita Christian's Kamron Carroll was named Heritage League co-Player of the Year.

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The Santa Clarita Christian and Trinity Classical Academy winter sports teams broke plenty of new ground in 2014.

The Trinity boys basketball team won its first CIF championship in school history while SCCS set a school record with 21 wins and advanced into its first CIF State tournament.

Additionally, SCCS girls soccer team reached its first CIF Southern-Section Division VII semifinal.

And all three of those teams can boast about having a MVP on their rosters.

SCCS senior Kamron Carroll shared co-MVP of the Heritage League honors with Trinity’s Ryan Brooks after leading their teams to record-setting years. Brooks was also the CIF-Southern Section Division VI Player of the Year after recording 11.8 points, 6.8 rebounds, 3.6 assists, 2.3 steals and 1.5 blocks per game.

Brooks was the blocks leader in the league and led the Knights to a CIF-Southern Section Division IV title.

Carroll, who was also a CIF-SS Division VA first-team selection, led the Heritage League in points (13.3) and assists (5.2) per game.

“It’s very exciting just knowing that we made history and we’ll go down as the best SCCS team so far,” he said. “And it’s great knowing that all the hard work the team put in this year paid off.”

As good as the boys basketball teams were, the SCCS girls soccer team was equally as impressive.

Junior Lauren Gallagher led the CIF-Southern Section with 46 goals and 117 points and was named co-MVP of the Liberty League.

Her 25 assists were also second on the team.

“I’m proud of our team,” Gallagher said. “We played for the seniors and wanted to make their last year the best it could possibly be. I’m thankful for every game we got to play this year and sad it ended when it did.”

But Carroll, Brooks and Gallagher weren’t the only ones to be honored.

Cardinals boys basketball head coach James Mosley was named the Heritage Coach of the Year and seniors Phillip Webb and Masyn Parker were joined by junior Chris Collins on the All-Heritage League first team.

Webb led the league in rebounds per game with 10.7 and Collins was second with 7.4.

Trinity’s senior Spencer Klehn and sophomore Michael Mateo also made the first team. Those two were also All-CIF selections in Southern Section Division VI.

SCCS also had two players, Alik Airapetyan and Jacob Moss, on the All-Heritage League second team. They were joined by Trinity’s Josh Mumper and Ian Caddow.

As for SCCS girls soccer, senior Desirae Dodson, who anchored the Cardinals defense that only allowed 10 goals over 24 games, was named to the All-Liberty League first team.

She was joined by juniors Tiffany Shroyer and Maya Rauch, sophomore goalkeeper Lacey Lehman and freshman Chloe Edwards.

The SCCS girls basketball team had two of their own All-Heritage League first-teamers in Aubrey Robinson and Payton Schwesiger. Jenni Jones made the second team.

The Knights were represented by Taylor Oshiro and Emily Buchanan on the first-team and Jacey Massetto and Mae Humphreville on the second team.

And junior Kyle Agajanian was the lone SCCS boys soccer player to make the All-Liberty first team.

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