JUSTIN PAGILA, De La Salle, Sr. -- The Army-bound star tied the course record with a 9-under 62 in the De La Salle Invitational at Diablo Country Club. He also shot a 6-under 66 at the North Coast Section Tournament of Champions at Rooster Run Golf Course in Petaluma and a 3-under 69 at the NorCal tournament at Diablo Grande Golf Club in Patterson. The East Bay Athletic League MVP had a league-record combined score of 10-under over 11 league dual matches.

CONNOR BLICK, San Ramon Valley, Sr. -- The Saint Mary's-bound player capped an excellent varsity career by making first-team All-EBAL. He shot a 73 at the NCS Division I Qualifier at Deer Ridge Golf Club in Brentwood and a 72 at the NCS Tournament of Champions.

RYAN MAUND, Foothill, Jr. -- Maund was the medalist at the NorCal tournament with a 4-under 68, after carding a 3-under 69 at the NCS Tournament of Champions and a 73 at the NCS Division I Qualifier.

TANNER HUGHES, Foothill, Jr. -- Hughes led the Falcons to a fourth consecutive NCS Tournament of Champions team title by shooting a 4-under 68. Battling an injury, the first-team All-EBAL selection shot an 80 at NorCal.

SUNWOO CHOI, Dublin, Sr. -- Choi, who is headed to the Air Force, led the Gaels to a second consecutive unbeaten Diablo Foothill Athletic League season. The first-team all-league selection shot a 1-under 71 at the NCS Tournament of Champions, losing a playoff for a berth in the NorCal tourney. He averaged 36.70 in nine-hole matches and 72.83 in five 18-hole tournaments

JOSH MCCARTHY, De La Salle, Fr. -- He completed a strong debut season with a 2-under 69 to tie for third place at the state tournament, in which he had five birdies. He shot a 4-over 76 at the NorCal tournament to tie for 20th. A first-team all-league selection, he shot a 79 at the NCS Tournament of Champions. He was medalist at the league tournament with a 71.

ZACH SMITH, Amador Valley, Jr. -- Smith tied for fourth at the NCS Tournament of Champions with a 1-under 71, helping the Dons post a 366 team score -- their lowest 18-hole mark in more than 10 years.

-- MATT SCHWAB