Trevor De Leeuw
School: Tulare Union
Highlights: The Tulare County player of the year and East Yosemite League MVP finished with 101 goals, 18 assists, 43 drawn ejections and 32 steals.
Comments: “His size alone is impressive. When he goes in, he can dominate at hole set. That makes it a lot easier on everybody else.” — Tulare Union coach Bill Freeman
School: Tulare Union
Highlights: The All-East Yosemite League first team selection finished with 71 goals, 47 assists, 35 drawn ejections and 54 steals.
Comments: “He is so competitive. He hates to lose. Especially in games, he really pushes himself. He’s the kind of player that never wants to come out of the game.” — Tulare Union coach Bill Freeman
School: Mt. Whitney
Highlights: The co-West Yosemite League player of the year finished the season with 140 goals, which set a new single-season school record. He also had 126 steals.
Comments: “He’s an all-around team player. He is very coachable and always eager to learn. He’s a great all-around kid. He’s a natural athlete.” — Mt. Whitney coach Mitch Stults
School: El Diamante
Highlights: Was an All-West Yosemite League first-team selection. Finished the season wtih 122 goals and 31 drawn ejections.
Comments: “Drew is 100 percent the focus of every defense we play. There wasn’t a team we played this year that didn’t double team him the entire game. Despite that, he still scored 122 goals. If we were able to get him the ball, he’d put a shot on the cage.” — El Diamante coach Ryan Davis
Highlights: Was an All-County second team selection as a sophomore. Finished his junior year with 99 goals and earned first team all-WYL honors.
Comments: “Mario has the potential to be the most exciting player in the WYL. His intelligence pays off. He knows how to read situations. You can teach him something and he knows how to apply it immediately.” — Redwood coach Major Rogers
Highlights: Played goalkeeper for the first time in his career. Was dominant in the cage with 317 blocks and earned All-WYL first team honors.
Comments: “He’s a heck of an athlete. That’s a drastic change of position with a whole new level of fundamentals to be learned quickly. He proved he’s that versatile, that he could come in and fill that position and excel at it.” — Redwood coach Major Rogers
Highlights: The East Yosemite League first team selection finished with 114 goals, 48 steals and 63 assists. Was also named the Kiwanis Club All-Star game MVP for the EYL squad.