Coach of the Year
San Ramon Valley
In his first year with the Wolves, Tovani had his team playing its best water polo at the end of the season. The Wolves got beaten by De La Salle for the East Bay Athletic League title but came back and beat the Spartans 14-11 to advance to the North Coast Section Division I title game for the second year in a row. In the final, San Ramon Valley faced Miramonte. The Wolves lost on a last-second shot after losing 11-6 to the Matadors earlier in the year. Tovani's first season also included a championship at the Roche Invitational.
TUCKER ANGELO, De La Salle, Sr. -- Angelo was the Spartans' team MVP, leading them in scoring with 114 goals. He helped De La Salle win the EBAL title and make the NCS Division I semifinals. He also contributed 21 steals and 11 assists.
JACK FELLNER, Miramonte, Sr. -- A UCLA commit, Fellner was an outstanding shooter who led the Matadors in scoring with 80 goals. His 58 steals and 40 earned ejections also helped Miramonte claim Diablo Foothill Athletic League and NCS Division I championships. He was the DFAL MVP.
DREW HOLLAND, Miramonte, Sr. -- Holland was named "Most Outstanding Goalie" of the DFAL after anchoring the defense for the league and NCS Division I champions. He finished with 328 saves on the year.
TYLER MARTIN, San Ramon Valley, Sr. -- Martin's job was to stop opposing teams' top scorer, and he did it so well that he earned EBAL MVP honors. He had 57 goals to go along with 117 steals, helping the Wolves reach the NCS Division I title game for the second straight year.
JD RATCHFORD, Campolindo, Sr. -- Ratchford, who has committed to Cal, was one of the area's top all-around players and was the Cougars' team MVP. He tallied 98 goals along with 69 steals to help Campolindo take second to Miramonte in the DFAL standings.
CONNOR REID, Acalanes, Sr. -- Reid's 103 goals helped the Dons reach the NCS Division I semifinals. The first-team All-DFAL selection also tallied 64 steals and 52 assists.
CHARLIE WISER, Miramonte, Sr. -- Wiser was named East Bay Player of the Year for the second time as an overall contributor for the section's top team. He usually guarded opponents' top player and also contributed 64 goals. Wiser is headed to Stanford to swim and play water polo.
Connor Neumann, San Ramon Valley, Jr.
Sammy Yorke, San Ramon Valley, Sr.
Colin Chiapello, De La Salle, Jr.
Michael Bull, Alhambra, Jr.
Nick Pasichuke, San Ramon Valley, Sr.
Eric Crispell, Foothill, Sr.
Sam Toriggino, Las Lomas, Jr.