CITYWIDE ¬ó After reaching the final of the CIF-Southern Section Division 4 playoffs for a second straight year, Santa Monica¬ís boys¬í volleyball team continues to draw attention.
A total of four Samohi Vikings made the all-division team with Dane Keckin leading the way as Player of the Year.
The first team includes senior Trevor Pye, junior Spencer Cramer and senior Ethan Kahan.
Pye was the Most Outstanding Player in the Ocean League this season.
Kahan, Keckin and Cramer were named to the all-league first team.
Head Coach Liane Sato was the Coach of the Year as the Vikings won league.
Across town, New Roads¬í baseball team had three Jaguars named to the All-Division 7 team.
Anthony Carrillo made the team for a second straight year. He was joined by Niko Delgado and Blaise Dolcemaschio.
New Roads reached the semi-final of the division playoffs.
On the softball field, Samohi sophomore pitcher Sara Garcia made the All-Division 4 first team.
The young hurler was also named Most Valuable Player of the Year in the Ocean League this season.
The Vikings reached the second round of the playoffs after winning the Ocean League for the 13th time in a row.
Samohi¬ís LaRue receives USC offer
Add USC to the growing list of suitors for Samohi wide receiver Sebastian LaRue.
The offer was made in recent days after LaRue took part in a camp on the USC campus last week, according to ESPN Los Angeles.
USC joins a group of interested schools that includes Michigan, Oklahoma, UCLA and Boise State, among many others.
He has said that he doesn¬ít plan on making the decision too soon, but had been holding out hope that hometown USC would come calling.
LaRue is considered one of the best wide receivers on the West Coast, according to a number of scouting services.