San Pedro's sensational trio of sophomore P/INF Briana Velazquez, senior catcher Anessa Quiroz and senior OF/SS Taiya Reyna all were selected to the All-City Open Division team, while POLA senior P/INF Angie Vargas garnered her second ever All-City Division I selection, first since 2016.
Velazquez, also an All-Marine League first team selection and San Pedro News Pilot Prep Softball Co-Player Of The Year, was an All-City Open Division first team selection, while Quiroz and Reyna were All-City Open Division second team selections. Velazquez hit .453 on the season with 12 home runs and 38 RBIs, while also going 10-7 in the circle with a 3.36 ERA and 130 strikeouts. Quiroz hit 9 home runs for San Pedro and caught seven would-be baserunners stealing. Reyna led San Pedro with 37 runs scored, while also hitting four home runs for the Open Division runner-up.
Over at POLA, Vargas was named second team All-City Division I, using her experience of being a four-year varsity player to help guide the Polar Bears to a share of their eighth straight Coliseum League championship.
The CIF-LACS Open Division Player Of The Year is Ruby Salzman, star senior outfielder of Chatsworth, who defeated San Pedro, 4-1 for the championship on May 19 at Cal State Dominguez Hills, and the Pitcher Of The Year is Carson senior Ashley Wies, who powered the Colts to a perfect 10-0 Marine League championship.
In baseball, San Pedro High sophomore P/INF Travis Connelly was selected to the All-City Open Division as a Utility Player, while in Division 3, POLA seniors Dylann Renn (pitcher) & Nick Skrumbis (infielder) were All-City selections.