The Southwestern League girls’ water polo coaches, and Darin Mott, athletic director of Murrieta Valley High School, recently met to go over the selections for the First and Second All-League teams. The first-place team always hosts the meeting with their school’s athletic director, which went the way of the Lady Nighthawks this year. Based on where the SWL team placed also determines how many selections that team will get. Murrieta Valley showcased Maryn Dempsey as the league MVP and was granted five selections overall: three First Team, two Second Team. Dempsey, a senior this year, has won the title of Southwestern League MVP the last three years. Murrieta Mesa, Vista Murrieta, Temecula Valley and Great Oak high schools got four selections each: two First Team, two Second Team, and Chaparral High School got two Second Team only.
MVP: Maryn Dempsey – Murrieta Valley, 12
Tyanna Schneider – Murrieta Valley, 11; Sophia Sollie – Murrieta Valley, 11 Rebecca Hale – Murrieta Valley, 11; Ashley Murray – Murrieta Mesa, 11; Ali Davis – Murrieta Mesa, 12; Katlyn Cornejo – Vista Murrieta, 11Mikaylah Kraal – Vista Murrieta, 12; Ally Huber – Temecula Valley, 12; Abbey Armstrong – Temecula Valley, 11; Emma Johns – Great Oak, 12, and Kielle Leggo – Great Oak, 11.
Sila Fedler – Murrieta Valley, 11; Avery Wood – Murrieta Valley, 11; Kaylle Pratt – Murrieta Mesa, 12; McKenzie Hollis – Murrieta Mesa, 11; Peyton Guidizi – Vista Murrieta, 12; Reese Beringer – Vista Murrieta, 10; Jadyn Hepler – Temecula Valley, 11; Caydence Carlton – Temecula Valley, 11; Shasha Bricker – Great Oak, 11; Elysabeth Buncad – Great Oak, 12; Isabella Wolf – Chaparral, 12, and Katarina Bobrova – Chaparral, 10.
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