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Jacob Pollon of the Daily News is reporting that the Alpha League will split its eight football teams into two divisions next year.
Brentwood and Windward will remain in the same division.
The link to the story from the Daily News is below:
Santa Monica and Culver City dominated the selection as twenty-four players were named to the All-Ocean League team it was announce today.
As reported earlier this week USC-Commit Sebastian LaRue was named league MVP and teammate Jason King earned offensive player of the year while Culver City lineman Deon Young was selected as defensive player of the year.
Inglewood had eight players earn honors to the team while Beverly Hills had seven, Morningside had four, and Hawthorne had three.
The list of the team is below.
Ocean League MVP – Sebastian LaRue, Santa Monica (Sr.)
Defensive Player of the Year – Deon Young, Culver City (Sr.)
Offensive Player Of the Year – Jason King, Santa Monica (Sr.)
1st Team Offense:
Santa Monica High wide receiver Sebastian LaRue has been selected as the Ocean League Most Valuable Player by the conference vote, two coaches confirmed yesterday.
The USC-bound senior had 51 catches for 868 yards and eight touchdowns along with 100 yards rushing to lead the Vikings (8-4) to back-to-back Ocean League titles.
LaRue’s fellow wide receiver Jason King earned offensive player of the year and Culver City’s lineman Deon Young was named defensive player of the year.
King finished the year with 846 yards receiving.
Young had 85 tackles and three sacks.
LA CITY SECTION:
Crenshaw 59, Venice 10
Rio Hondo Prep 42, St. Monica 14
When the clock hit triple zero, fans raced onto Corsair Field to celebrate St. Monica’s thrilling 19-16 victory over Boron to advance to the Northeast Division semifinals.
Boron has been an offensive juggernaut as of late, averaging nearly 63 points in their last six games, but the Mariners defense was strong throughout the the night forcing three key interceptions.
A crucial moment in the game came with one minute left in the second quarter when Boron was on the five-yard line. Quarterback Austyn Fink pass was tipped and intercepted by senior linebacker Michael Cueva preserving a 3-0 at the half for the Mariners.
When Serra’s Marques Rodgers returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown, it was a sign of the struggles that Santa Monica would face all night.
Even has the score was called back due to a penalty, it foretold Santa Monica’s 58-6 blowout road loss in the Western Division quarterfinals.
Serra running back Malik Roberson ran for 227 yards and two touchdowns in the first half as the Cavaliers dominated for the start.
The devastation of the loss could be seen on the faces of players after the game.
LA CITY SECTION:
Venice 27, San Pedro 24
Lompoc 49, Culver City 6
Serra 58, Santa Monica 6
St. Monica 19, Boron 16