Coach of the year
MILES PRICE, Campolindo -- Price guided a young team to the program's first North Coast Section title and a share of the Diablo Foothill Athletic League crown. He took over as head coach at his alma mater four seasons ago, and Campolindo has improved ever since. He retired this year from playing professional water polo, allowing him to focus his energy on the Cougars.
-- Stephanie Hammon
MICHAEL BULL, Alhambra, Sr. -- Leader and All-Diablo Foothill Athletic League first-team pick for the Bulldogs, who claimed the NCS Division II title for the first time in school history.
TOMMY BUSH, Acalanes, Sr. -- Completed a great high school career by earning All-DFAL first-team honors for the third consecutive season and leading the Dons through a tough schedule.
COLIN CHIAPELLO, De La Salle, Sr. -- After leading the Spartans to a second straight East Bay Athletic League title, the strong all-around player earned league MVP honors.
SPENCER CREED, Las Lomas, Sr. -- A four-year starter and UC Davis commit, Creed helped the Knights to a three-way tie for the DFAL title and was named the league's most outstanding goalkeeper.
JORDAN HOOVER, Miramonte, Jr. -- A challenge to stop at two meters, Hoover helped the Matadors to a DFAL co-championship and a spot in the NCS Division I finals.
CONOR NEUMANN, Las Lomas, Sr. -- The lefty attacker who committed to Cal missed time with a broken finger but returned to lead a young Wolves squad to the NCS Division I semifinals.
GRANT SIVESIND, Campolindo, Sr. -- Made an impact offensively and defensively as the Cougars won the NCS Division I title for the first time in school history. He was the DFAL MVP.
Dylan Fara, Campolindo, Sr.;
Ben Harmon, San Ramon Valley, Jr.;
David Kessler, Las Lomas, Jr.;
Brandon Plihal, Amador Valley, Sr.;
Clay Smudsky, Miramonte, Sr.;
Spencer Tagg, Campolindo, Jr.;
Sam Toriggino, Las Lomas, Sr.