All-RP Girl's Basketball Team, 2016-17: Sharpshooting sophomore Hannah Hocom named Player of the Year
She averaged 15.1 points, 2.3 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 1.8 steals per game, while shooting 41 percent from the field. Hocom hit 72 3-pointers this season, which ranked 26th in the state and fifth in the CCS, according to the stats kept on maxpreps.com.
Kacey Losik had 19 kills, 19 assists, 16 digs and four blocks for Aptos. Jayson Guy added 16 kills, seven blocks and three aces. Christian Segura chimed in with 16 digs and Michael Spinelli finished with 25 assists.
With a share of first place on the line, Soquel (12-8, 5-1) received a gutsy pitching performance from junior Nate Werdmuller, who settled in after giving up two runs in the first inning to go the distance for the win.
To return to the playoffs they will either have to meet the section’s .500 eligibility requirement as an at-large team or finish fifth in the MBL-G.
Clayton Andrews was 4-for-5 with a double, two RBIs and two scored runs. Nick Ciandro finished 3-for-5 with a pair of doubles, an RBI and a scored run.
The Cubs beat the Giants 15-4 on Monday in Pajaro Valley Little League Majors action.
It was Hedgpeth’s first time winning the honor, which the CCA will present him during the 60th annual award night on June 17 at the Doubletree Inn in Sacramento.
For being the day-in-day-out vocal leader on that squad and for his constant solid play throughout the season, the Register-Pajaronian is naming Rodriguez our Player of the Year for boy’s basketball.
One of the world’s pioneer skateboarders, an All-American volleyball player and one of Aptos High’s most successful player-coaches headline the list of honorees for the Aptos High Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2017.