Derek Turner of Newbury Park was named the Most Valuable Player and teammate Cole Miller was named the Most Valuable Pitcher of the Year in baseball for the 2023 Marmonte League season.
Named to the first team were Braylen Dritz and Ethan Kearney of Agoura; Nate Castellon, Desi Gonzalez, Jordan Kingston, Luc Olson and Tyler Shulman of league champion Calabasas; Joseph Steventon, Finley Buckner, Quentin Young and Tommy Farmer of Oaks Christian; Kaden Youmans and Nolan Johnson of Westlake; and Steven Gormley of Thousand Oaks.
Named to the second team were Jack Burke, Brayden Feliciano and Myles Kallinger of Agoura; Phoenix Call and Peter Lynch of Calabasas; Tyler Field, Evan Needham and Grayson Paul of Newbury Park; Brady Francisco and Grant Rodriguez of Thousand Oaks; Andrew Habermann, Nate Johnson and Dylan Volantis of Westlake; and Nate Franco of Westlake.
Thomas Cassidy of Calabasas and Royce Clayton of Oaks Christian shared Coach of the Year honors.
Justine Lambert of league champion Oaks Christian was named the Most Valuable Player and Oaks Christian's Anahi Arreola and Westlake's Kaylee Clarkson were chosen as the co-Offensive Players of the Year.
Named to the first team were Ilove'a Brittingham, Emelia Davis, Lily Knox, Rylee McCoy and Heaven Oliva of Oaks Christian; Mia Gomez, Amaya Del Olmo and Samantha Tagawa of Agoura; Taylor Cook and Sara Foster of Newbury Park; Kaitlyn Bartlow and Linden McCarl of Westlake; and Kylie Kolkowski of Thousand Oaks.
Named to the second team were Alyssa Chavez, Briona Ferdman and Rylee Redmond of Agoura; Hanna Porter, Dylan Yamamura and Devin Davis of Newbury Park; Terrianna Kelley, Paityn Lavin and Liesl Osteen of Oaks Christian; Morgan Casillas and Claire Kirby of Thousand Oaks; Reagan Beck, Samantha Gallegos and Mia Morera of Westlake; and Kira Palmer of Calabasas.
Oaks Christian earned Staff of the Year honors.
Logan Oliverson of league champion Newbury Park was named the Most Valuable Player and Aiden Fisher of Calabasas was named the Libero of the Year.
Named to the first team were Nolan Higa of Newbury Park; Nate Egerstrom, Arthur Goncalves and Aiden Fisher of Calabasas; Patrick Allen of Oaks Christian; Tyler Linville of Thousand Oaks; and Colin Jones of Westlake.
Named to the second team were Parker Knupp and Caleb Eschenberg of Newbury Park; Kyle Lungren and Trey Kallman of Westlake; Bennett Lueg of Oaks Christian; Joseph Edington of Thousand Oaks; and Tatius Sandefur of Agoura.
Ryan Arnold of Agoura earned Most Valuable Player honors.
Earning first-team honors were Max Emberson, Jared Abercrombie and Nickolas Waldock of league champion Oaks Christian; Gavin McCormick of Thousand Oaks; and Cooper Greenwood of Agoura.
Earning second-team honors were Connor Shackleford and Christian Shackleford of Newbury Park; Ryan Mattivi and Freddie Carcamo of Calabasas; Daniel Darwin of Thousand Oaks; and Jackson Turner of Westlake.
Derek Shiffer and Darius Tamaddon of league champion Calabasas were named the Most Valuable Players and Roshan Santosh of Newbury Park earned the League Best Player honor.
Earning first-team honors were Karthick Thouludur, Jason Kiang, George Morris, Dhruv Patel and Kei Ohya of Newbury Park; Dylan Lin, Remi Clark-Redstar, Giuseppe Serrao, Cole Werner and Hayden Andersson of Oaks Christian; Aiden Mueller, John Tseng-Burrows and Nachi Muthukumar of Thousand Oaks; Braden Stolper, Griffin Marcus and Cameron Tamaddon of Calabasas; Kimi Basamakov, Abhiram Nandury, Caden Wong and Jacob Johnson of Westlake; and Aishton Kacker, Benny Goldstein and Konstantine Nicolakakis of Agoura.
Earning second-team honors were Ryan Slosson, Brandon Crawford and Lucas Van Parys of Westlake; Oli Laurent, Brycen Jermagian and Dylan Laurent of Thousand Oaks; Ethan Siclovan, Chris Bladon and Peter Sullivan of Agoura; Nico Jansen, Hunter McAvoy, Keyan Saberi and Ty Mah of Calabasas; Vincent Saucerman and Clark Liang of Newbury Park; and Christian Castro and Dante Vladimirov of Oaks Christian.
Jack Follette of league champion Westlake was named the Most Valuable Player.
Named to the first team were Aiden Whitehouse, Justin Sikola, Colin Andrews, Ryan Andrews, Crew Morrow, Jackson White, Brett Enderle and Foster Huang of Westlake; Aidan MacArthur, Charlie Lyons, Enzo Bar and Brendan Forsythe of Agoura; Jensen Bell and Dominic Boyert of Oaks Christian; Evan Roche of Calabasas; and Travis Lee Hooker of Newbury Park.
Named to the second team were Cole Bakos, Quinn Havert, Nick Pieri, Thomas Boyd, Seth Jordan and Feodor Yurkov of Westlake; Ethan Long, Matthew McCarthy, Brady Russ, Kieran Brennan and Gavin Horowitz of Agoura; Matteo Conway and Lawson Spruill of Oaks Christian; Jeremy Espinoza and Sean Sesser of Calabasas; and Cade Troxel of Newbury Park.
Reagan Laubner of co-league champion Newbury Park was named the Most Valuable Player, Elizabeth Hilbert of Oaks Christian was named the Offensive Player of the Year, and Quinn Heffernan of co-league champion Agoura was named the Defensive Player of the Year.
Named to the first team were Micah Shin, Elliana Dorsi, Sadie Le, Sarah Skenderian, Aria Sengupta and Charlotte Semer of Newbury Park; Amelia Anhalt, Max Chi, Jessie Giacomazzi and Emerson Entin of Agoura; and Elizabeth Forsyth, Sophia Vasquez, Sadie Kessler and Kayleigh McDonald of Oaks Christian.
BOYS TRACK AND FIELD
Earning first-team honors by winning league titles in specific events were Chase Farrell, Lexington Leffall, Isaiah Green, Deshonne Redeaux and Davon Benjamin of league champion Oaks Christian; Ife Orekoya, Troy Spayde, Cade Sommers, Adam Laycock, Ylian Ostojic, Brandon Orlow and Marcus Nortey of Westlake; Brayden Seymour and Miles Rhoe of Newbury Park; Jeremy Frank and Andrew Simon-Lacombe of Thousand Oaks; and Luke Sawyer of Calabasas.
Earning second-team honors in specific events were Deshonne Redeaux, Mateo Romero, Ethan Bergman and Holden Lee of Oaks Christian; Marcus Nortey, KC Barber, Malikai Bowens, Cade Sommers, Ylian Ostojic, Brandon Orlow and Ife Orekoya of Westlake; Oliver Clippinger-Zimmer, Pyrce Edwards, Markus Kiszczak, Ryan Morreale, Jeremy Frank and Andrew Simon-Lacombe of Thousand Oaks; and Luciano Siracusano of Agoura.
GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD
Earning first-team honors by winning league titles in specific events were Niya Clayton, Rayah Rodriguez, Payton Godsey, Danielle Irvin, Keri Dickerson and Imani Clayton of league champion Oaks Christian; Arielle McKenzie, Lahela Ray, Paige Porter and Zoe Ray of Calabasas; Madison Thai, Taylor Dominguez, Hayden Linville and Alexandra Farfaras of Thousand Oaks; Savannah Starling of Agoura; and Ariella Per of Westlake.
Earning second-team honors in specific events were Kyra Terry, Ailish Hawkins and Brooklyn Batty of Newbury Park; Rayah Rodriguez, Eleanor Borchard, Imani Clayton, Keri Dickerson and Sophia Colebrooke of Oaks Christian; Kenna Bradley, Claudia Turner, Brooke Beck and Ariella Per of Westlake; Mayagrace Wilson, Livia Ivie, Savannah Starling and Savannah King of Agoura; and Noosha Hosseiniyar of Calabasas.
Earning first-team honors by winning league titles in specific events were Lucas Blietz, Donovan James, Mark Mashkovich, Bryan Huang, Donovan James, Austin Majus and Chase Martsolf of league champion Westlake; Joshua McBride of Oaks Christian; David Mazyan of Agoura; and Grayson Ing, Jonah Germann, Finn Claassen and Cameron Habib of Newbury Park.
Earning second-team honors in specific events were Cameron Habib of Newbury Park; Donovan James, Mason Martsolf, Chase Martsolf, Lucas Blietz, Austin Majus and Josh Brown of Westlake; and Oliver Hitch, Camden Kocur, Anthony Grishchenko, Tyler Moore, Darion Wang and Aiden Neuron of Oaks Christian.
Earning first-team honors by winning league titles in specific events were Megan Wang, Charlotte Sams, Kenzy Attia, Lianne King, Caroline Nyborg and Cassandra Wallop of league champion Newbury Park; Abbey Kantz, Kaila Ord, Laura Kelly, Mia Fabros and Maryam Maamoun of Oaks Christian; and Alexandra Launais of Westlake.
Earning second-team honors in specific events were Lianne King, Caroline Nyborg, Charlotte Sams, Megan Wang and Cassandra Wallop of Newbury Park; Laura Kelly, Ivana Malenkovic, Laura Kelly and Mia Fabros of Oaks Christian; Alexandra Launais, Abbygale Grunberger, Colette Byun and Kaitlyn Yeow of Westlake; and Abigail Kim of Agoura.
GIRLS BEACH VOLLEYBALL
Maddy Byrne of Newbury Park and Alexandra Leal of league champion Oaks Christian were the co-Most Valuable Players and Victoria Prince of Oaks Christian and Rick Macaya of Thousand Oaks were the co-Coaches of the Year.
Named to the first team were Alondra Rojas and Monaye Ramessar of Westlake; Jady Mape and Maggie Rhew of Oaks Christian; Alexa May of Thousand Oaks; and Ariadna Coll Bech of Newbury Park.
Named to the second team were Piper Grant and Alexis O'Keefe of Agoura; Sage Coronado and Mckenzie Knight of Oaks Christian; Hailey Lauritzen, Mia Paculan and Alyssa Hunnicutt of Thousand Oaks; Nidhi Srikantam of Westlake; and Kenzie Holden of Newbury Park.
Emma Buckley of league champion Newbury Park was named the Most Valuable Player and Newbury Park's Bre Gonzales was named the Coach of the Year.
Named to the first team were Gabrielle Prusinski, Taylor Senff, Alexandra Honbo, Emme Corlew and Sara Mansourian of Newbury Park; Sienna Schwanauer, Eleanor Thomas, Kaitlin Ferdinand and Addison Driscoll of Westlake; Scarlett-Ann Hostetter, Athena Merjil and Andrew Frank of Thousand Oaks; Ana Mckenna and Abby Ternan of Oaks Christian; Olivia Meyer and Espen Cruse of Agoura; and Paige Starr and Hayley Vorobios of Calabasas.
Named to the second team were Kristin Carrera, Lauren Kulle, Olivia Armstrong, Grace Flaherty and Eva Graver of Newbury Park; Sadie Brown, Alexa Barasch-Linares, Haylie Albright and Kaitlyn Tasker of Westlake; Morgan Markolt, Ava Faciana and Katrina Humphrey of Thousand Oaks; Devin Smith and Paris Jenkins of Oaks Christian; Luka Janjic and Eva Maynard of Agoura; and Devin Halm and Brooke Mendelson of Calabasas.
This article originally appeared on Ventura County Star: All-Marmonte League honors for the 2023 spring season