Presented by the LA84 Foundation, the CIF Southern Section is excited to announce the selections for the 2024 All-CIF boys’ and girls’ spring sports teams. This week, we are proud to recognize the outstanding achievements of local high school baseball athletes who have excelled across various divisions.

The All-CIF First Team selections, chosen by the CIF Southern Section Baseball Coaches, were announced last week and this year’s awards recognize only First Team selections. There are no recognized Second Team selections, which are typically chosen by individual school coaches.

These First Team selections highlight the exceptional talents and performances of high school baseball players across multiple divisions. Congratulations to all the selections for their outstanding performances this season!

Division 2

Chapman Weber – Paloma Valley, Senior

Ayden Harrison – Paloma Valley, Senior

Taden Krogsgaard – Temecula Valley, Sophomore

Division 3

Braylon Doughty – Chaparral, Senior

Coleman Rutkoff – Tahquitz, Senior

Division 5

Timmy LaChappa – Hemet, Senior

Austin Cholodenko – Liberty, Junior

C.J. Moran – Murrieta Mesa, Senior

Division 7

Spence Horner – Rancho Christian, Sophomore

Noah Scarlett – Temecula Prep, Junior

Division 8

Carter Kelly – San Jacinto Valley Academy, Sophomore

We extend our heartfelt congratulations to all the athletes who have been recognized for their hard work, dedication, and exemplary performance in the 2024 baseball season. Your achievements inspire your peers and elevate the spirit of competition within our community. We look forward to celebrating with you at the awards ceremony!

*For any spelling corrections or additional inquiries, please email taylorm@cifss.org.

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JP Raineri
JP Raineri

JP is an award-winning multimedia journalist, and head of the Sports Department for the Valley News. Over his time in the Temecula Valley, JP, a former Southwestern League head baseball coach, was also an on-air radio personality at Q103.3, KATY 101.3, Hot 103.9, and was a television host for the Outdoor Channel. When not covering local, or national sports, JP also serves as an Associate Baseball Scout with NSR.