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Righetti's Noah Wasylychyn (20) passes against Paso Robles during an Oct. 10 game at Righetti High. Wasylychyn and teammate Layne Porter were named the PAC-8 League's Players of the Year.

Righetti High School teammates Noah Wasylychyn, a senior, and Layne Porter, a junior, have been named the PAC-8 League's boys water polo Players of the Year.

The results of the vote of the league's coaches in boys water polo, girls golf, tennis, volleyball and boys and girls cross country were released Friday.

Two more Righetti players were named to the All-League first team — seniors Tony Rubalcava and Anthony Trenev. Arroyo Grande seniors Jared Martin and Shane Hoover were also named to the first team. Martin was A.G's goalie.

Righetti defeated Arroyo Grande 9-5 on Oct. 27 to wrap up its 10th straight league championship and 22nd in the past 23 years.

Rounding out the first team Atascadero's Kyler Warren, Paso Robles' Zachary Tucker and San Luis Obispo's Jordan Troy and Mark Erbstoesser.

Righetti goal keeper Daxton Miller and teammates Cyril Benzi Cabanas and Trey Watkins earned second team All-League honors along with Arroyo Grande's Scott Adams and Nathan Solis.

Players receiving Honorable Mention included St. Joseph's Ryan Galanski and Jamison Stahl, Righetti's Ryan Lucas and Arroyo Grande's Nolan Ross

Girls Golf

Another Righetti athlete, Sarah Fouratt, was named the Player of the Year in girls golf. Fouratt completed her Righetti career with four straight PAC-8 League MVP awards.

Righetti freshman Claire Alford, St. Joseph senior Sara Cossa, Arroyo Grande junior Karley Pinkerton and freshman Claire Marshall were also named to the All-League first team.

Righetti seniors Dominique Garcia and Claudia Smith and Arroyo Grande sophomore Ava Mankins were among the players named to the second team.

Girls Tennis

Arroyo Grande came close to making it a clean sweep of PAC-8 girls tennis honors as Eagles players earned nine of the 12 spots on the All-League team.

Arroyo Grande junior Delanie Dunkle was named the League's MVP in singles with freshman Madelyn Ferreros joining her on the All-League first team. 

A.G's Erika Egg and San Luis Obispo's Lauren Ramirez were named to the All-League second team.

In doubles, sisters Nicoline and Anneline Breytenbach were named the MVPs. 

Arroyo Grande's Peyton Dinkle and Emma Mostajo were named to the All-League first team.

All four spots on the All-League second team went to A.G. players — Casey Lieberman, Christina Atherton, Lily Bickmore and Bella Waterman.

Girls Volleyball

Arroyo Grande senior Macie Lachermann is the girls volleyball Player of the Year.

Arroyo Grande teammates Sabina Selzer and Riley Day, along with Righetti's Zane Sheckherd were also voted onto the first team.

Righetti's Kailani Cabanting is on the second team along with Arroyo Grande's Zoe Paulsen and Maddie Honneycutt.

Receiving Honorable mention were St. Joseph's Ally Caresio, Righetti's Gaby Arellano, Pioneer Valley's Charlette Ionata and Arroyo Grande's Ellie Engle.

Cross Country

Arroyo Grande's Luis Jazo is the league's MVP on the boys' side and SLO's Alexi Steinmaus for the girls.

The All-League first team includes St. Joseph's Joe Domingues Jr. and Arroyo Grande's Andrew Swieringa.

The second team has three Arroyo Grande runners — Carter Campbell, Spencer Eley and Cooper Limon.

For the girls, Arroyo Grande's Arabella Edler and Hailey Goodell were named to the first team and Emma Johnson to the second team.

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Senior Sports Reporter