The Prep League recently released its all-league awards for boys’ and girls’ basketball, boys’ and girls’ soccer, and girls’ water polo following the completion of the 2022-23 winter season.
Flintridge Prep had several players receive awards after ending the campaign as co-Prep League champions with Providence High of Burbank (7-1 records).
Seniors Andrew Jordan and Geoffrey Stetson each earned first-team selections while juniors Will Bigby and Henry Morrison each earned second-team honors.
Flintridge Prep recently ended a historic season that culminated in the team’s first CIF-Southern Section Division title since 2016 as well as a State playoff berth.
Senior captain Ashley Chea, a Princeton University commit and the league’s MVP, led the Wolves to an outright league title with a 12-0 record (30-3 overall). Chea was among the team leaders in nearly every statistical category, finishing her senior season by averaging 24 points, 7.3 rebounds, 6.3 assists and 4.4 steals per game.
Flintridge Prep freshman Maddie Smith earned a first-team selection while junior Kassidy Huie and freshman Akemi Fu received second-team honors.
Prep League champion Flintridge Prep racked up the awards after another outstanding season. Flintridge Prep senior Chase Ying was the co-offensive MVP while senior Nadya LaMarr was the league’s defensive MVP.
Senior Sage Shurman, senior Miranda Thomson and junior Zaria Echemendia each earned first-team honors while senior Ana Bozzi-Mackay, senior Presley Nevadomsky and sophomore Valentina Mancilla each earned second-team selections.
Flintridge Prep finished the season third in the league standings with a 3-3-3 league record (6-6-4 overall). Senior Equinox Willis and junior Leo Ferry earned first-team honors while senior Henry Brookbanks, senior Wyatt Fishman and freshman Declan Mansbridge were second-team selections.
GIRLS’ WATER POLO
Flintridge Prep finished the season as the league’s runner-up with a 10-2 record (17-10 overall). Senior Alex Thein and sophomore Nico Seaver were first-team honorees while sophomore Dahlia Kamins were second-team selections.
First published in the March 16 print issue of the Outlook Valley Sun.