San Pedro Prep Sports 2013-2014 Final Year In Review

San Pedro News Pilot 2013-2014 Prep Sports Player/Athletes Of The Year

Football: Pete Palacios (San Pedro).
Girls Volleyball: Angela Wade (POLA).
Girls Cross-Country: Danielle Nunez (San Pedro).
Boys Cross-Country: Steve Correa (San Pedro).
Boys Basketball: Quincy Thomas (San Pedro).
Girls Basketball: Rita Fiorenza (San Pedro)
Boys Soccer: Daniel Powell (San Pedro).
Girls Soccer: Isabela Van Antwerp (POLA).
Girls Water Polo: Cassidy Feltenberger (San Pedro).
Baseball: Augie Encinas (Mary Star).
Softball: Marina Vitalich (Mary Star).
Boys Volleyball: Jacob Branch (San Pedro) & Neven Skoblar (Mary Star).
Boys Track & Field: Steve Correa (San Pedro).
Girls Track & Field: Reagan Andrews (San Pedro).

Boys Swimming: Kevin Fink (Mary Star).

Girls Swimming: Samantha Loper (San Pedro).

TOP TEN GAMES OF 2013-2014

1. San Pedro girls volleyball def. Banning, 3 games to 2 (10/17/2013)

2. POLA baseball 3, Fulton College Prep 2 @ USC (6/9/2014)

3. San Pedro girls soccer 2, Narbonne 1 (2/12/2014)

4. Mary Star boys basketball 72, Sage Hill 69 in double overtime (12/20/2013).

5. San Pedro girls basketball 66, Washington 63 in overtime (2/7/2014).

6. Mary Star football 24, St. Monica 21 (9/14/2013)

7. POLA baseball 5, Rancho Dominguez 4 (5/29/2014)

8. San Pedro softball 6, Bishop Montgomery 5 (3/27/2014).

9. San Pedro boys basketball 49, Washington 46 (2/7/2014).

10. POLA softball 2, Warren 1 (3/7/2014).

The List Of Crosstown Battles Of 2013-2014

12/9/2013 - San Pedro 2, Port Of Los Angeles 0 (boys soccer)

12/9/2013 - San Pedro 56, Port Of Los Angeles 38 (girls basketball)
12/11/2013 - Mary Star 1, Port Of Los Angeles 1 (boys soccer)
12/11/2013 - Mary Star 2, Port Of Los Angeles 2 (girls soccer)
1/4/2014 - Port Of Los Angeles 55, Mary Star 32 (girls basketball)
3/4/2014 - Mary Star 11, Port Of Los Angeles 3 (baseball)
3/20/2014 - Mary Star def. POLA, 3 games to 0 (boys volleyball)
4/24/2014 - Port Of Los Angeles 11, San Pedro 0 (softball)
4/26/2014 - Port Of Los Angeles 4, San Pedro 2 (softball)

2013-2014 CIF-Los Angeles City Section Champions

San Pedro High Boys Cross-Country (sixth overall Division I title)

Port Of Los Angeles High Girls Cross-Country (second straight Small Schools Division title)

Port Of Los Angeles High Baseball (first-ever Division III title)

League Champions

San Pedro High Boys & Girls Cross-Country (Marine)

Port Of Los Angeles High Boys & Girls Cross-Country (Crosstown)

San Pedro High Girls Soccer (Marine)

San Pedro High Boys & Girls Swimming (Marine)

San Pedro High Boys & Girls Track & Field (Marine)

Port Of Los Angeles High Baseball (Ocean)

Port Of Los Angeles High Girls Volleyball (Crosstown)

Port Of Los Angeles High Girls Soccer (Crosstown)

Port Of Los Angeles High Softball (Crosstown)

Tournament Champions

Port Of Los Angeles High School Girls Basketball (Downey Calvary Chapel High School)

Port Of Los Angeles High School Softball (Redondo Union High School)

San Pedro High School Softball (Whittier High School)

(Note: Photo by Vince Pirozzi)

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