Baseball: All-City Team Player of the Year Chris Miguel (center) and first team All-City selections (clockwise from top left) Ben Carrasco, Clay Bloszies, Brian Benavides, Collin Monsour, Dominic Defiesta, Kevin Barker and Dane Vande Guchte. (Photo illustration by Josh Jalil)

By Jeremy Balan

In high school baseball, the most valuable players on any given team are those who are as effective on the mound as they are at the plate.

No other player exemplified that combination, at the highest level of play, like Sacred Heart Cathedral’s Chris Miguel. That’s why he’s the Player of the Year.

Although his numbers were slightly deflated due to some late-season struggles, the 5-foot-9, 215-pound junior played the role of ace and slugger with equal effectiveness.

“He is clearly our most important player, because he’s not one-dimensional,” said Sacred Heart head coach Brian Morgan. “We set the whole season up around him, because he’s experienced and not intimidated by anyone. He’s a great player to build around, and that he’ll be around another year is just a bonus.”

On the mound, he had a 2.56 ERA with 82 strikeouts in 71 innings, many of which came in the cutthroat West Catholic Athletic League. Miguel had a 7-4 record, three saves and four complete games, and never went less than five innings in any start this season.

When he wasn’t pitching, Miguel manned first base and was a cornerstone in the middle of the Sacred Heart lineup, hitting .345 and leading the Irish in RBIs (26), extra-base hits (12), home runs (2), on-base percentage (.515) and slugging percentage (.592).

Miguel is not alone in this multidimensional respect. Five other players on the All-City first team had solid all-around years.

Academic Athletic Association Player of the Year Dane Vande Guchte from Washington received some consideration for our top honor, with a .427 batting average, 26 RBIs and five home runs to go along with a 1.94 ERA.

A pair of seniors from International also carried quite a load for the Jaguars. Ace Clay Bloszies may have been the best pitcher in the City this year, with a 1.34 ERA and 101 strikeouts in 68 innings, but he also hit .371. Not to be outdone, fellow International captain Brian Benavides hit .487 with a team-high 34 RBIs and a staggering 24 extra-base hits in just 26 games, to go along with a 1.94 ERA.

Stuart Hall’s Ben Carrasco, the only sophomore on the first team, was also a dominant force on the mound, tallying 93 strikeouts and a 1.68 ERA in 71 innings, to go along with a .403 batting average.

Those players were the dual-threat standouts all year, but there was a diamond in the rough of sorts on an Urban team in a down year. Senior Gabe Howden hit a staggering .581 and got on base in nearly two-thirds of his at bats for the Blues, and was also their top starting pitcher with a 3.73 ERA and 49 strikeouts in 35 innings.

Rounding out the first team are a group of highly talented WCAL players who just happen to focus on hitting or pitching, rather than both. St. Ignatius junior starting pitcher Collin Monsour completed a tough WCAL season with a 2.98 ERA, and senior outfielder Kevin Barker buoyed the Wildcats’ lineup with a .351 average and 18 stolen bases.

Riordan also earned two first-team selections in seniors Ramiro Alvarez (.352 average) and A.J. Santiago (.400 average), and Sacred Heart’s Dominic Defiesta (.431 average) rounds out the top selections.

Player of the Year
Chris Miguel, junior pitcher/first baseman, Sacred Heart Cathedral

First Team
Ramiro Alvarez, senior catcher, Riordan
Kevin Barker, senior outfielder, St. Ignatius
Brian Benavides, senior shortstop, International
Clay Bloszies, senior pitcher, International
Ben Carrasco, sophomore pitcher, Stuart Hall
Dominic Defiesta, senior second baseman, Sacred Heart Cathedral
Gabe Howden, senior outfielder, Urban
Collin Monsour, junior pitcher, St. Ignatius
A.J. Santiago, senior second baseman, Riordan
Dane Vande Guchte, junior pitcher/shortstop, Washington

Second Team
Andy Glickfeld, sophomore outfielder, Lowell
Adam Goldstein, senior pitcher, St. Ignatius
Chris Hau, sophomore pitcher, Washington
Alex Kozakiewicz, senior catcher, Washington
Lucas Long, junior shortstop, Stuart Hall
Ismael Orozco, junior shortstop, Riordan
Christian Pulusian, senior outfielder, Balboa
Benny Sosnick, senior catcher, Jewish Community
T.J. Najera, senior pitcher, Stuart Hall
Nick Zatopa, junior catcher, Waldorf

Honorable Mention
Dustin Andrick, senior pitcher, Galileo
Alex Asadorian, junior ouftielder, Stuart Hall
Fletcher Bagden, senior outfielder, Jordan
Danny Baldocchi, senior first baseman, Lick-Wilmerding
Marcus Blacksher, senior first baseman, Marshall
Connor Bottom, senior catcher, Stuart Hall
Julius Cedeno, senior shortstop, Wallenberg
Nick Corson, junior pitcher, Lick-Wilmerding
Sean Donovan, junior pitcher, Riordan
Gabe Flores, senior shortstop, Drew
Maurice Fuller, senior outfielder, Sacred Heart Cathedral
Daniel Galvez, senior pitcher, Gateway
Remfel Ganal, junior outfielder, Lincoln
Jacob Gleason, senior pitcher/catcher, Lowell
Cristofer Gomez, sophomore shortstop, O’Connell
Tevin Goodwin, junior outfielder, Sacred Heart Cathedral
David Johnson, senior shortstop, Mission
Edward King, senior first baseman, Lowell
Jack Klein, sophomore outfielder, St. Ignatius
Matt Krook, sophomore infielder, St. Ignatius
Carlos Loeza, senior pitcher, Lincoln
Michael Li, junior catcher, Balboa
Jordan Malik, junior pitcher, International
Johnny Mrlik, senior pitcher, St. Ignatius
Lucas Peck, senior outfielder, Bay
Luke Pappas, senior second baseman, St. Ignatius
Javon Phillips, junior second baseman, Washington
Elijah Saunders, sophomore third baseman, Lowell
Evan Schwarzenbach, senior shortstop, Waldorf
Peter Schwarzenbach, senior pitcher, Waldorf
Eli Smoot, freshman third baseman, Balboa
Nick Tam, junior pitcher, Lowell
Avery Velasco, junior first baseman, Washington
C.J. Wong, senior infielder, Lincoln
Jeremy Wong, sophomore outfielder, Balboa

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107 Comments on "Baseball: All-City Team"

  1. Oh boy, let the commenting circus begin.

  2. How did Jacob Gleason not make at least honorable mention. He was the best defensive catcher in the AAA and had the ability to win pitcher of the year had he not pitched on the same team as Nick Tam, thus getting him more starts. His completely average bat plus stellar defense and well above average skills on the mound should have landed him on honorable mention at the very least.

  3. Jbalan, this I the worst list I’ve ever seen before. What the hell are you looking at? There are such obvious snuffs and people thy don’t belong on this list at all. Are you kidding me? You should really redo this list!!!!

    • I have stats to back it all up, or at least the best I can… Who are the obvious people left off?

      • Gleason, cullinane, Matt Miguel, duchene, Arnold, Paige, etc…

        • Gleason hit .300 (9th on the team) and no other non-WCAL position player was selected that hit .300 or below.

          Cullinane hit .246 and only pitched 21 innings.

          Matt Miguel had a 5.43 ERA the closest ERA to that on the All-City team is Sean Donovan, his teammate, who had a 4.27 ERA and 11 more innings pitched.

          Duchene hit .243.

          Alex Arnold had a 4.33 ERA… No other AAA selections on the All-City team have an ERA above 3. He also hit .267.

          Will Paige was borderline, but at .313 would have been the lowest average for a non-WCAL position player.

          • Wow I didn’t know Duchene had that low of an average. I like the first team but you could put so many different people on the second team and horable mention. How do you even compare WCAL players to BCL or AAA players who get a huge stat advantage from playing terrible teams.

            • Anonymous | June 16, 2011 at 2:34 PM |

              The stats provided for some of your players are inaccurate. For example, Pontino of Balboa has a player keep his book during the games. That player does not know the difference between a real base hit and and error. Not knowing the difference did affect the ERA of all the pitchers for Balboa,especially Arnold’s. For example, in the regular season game against Lowell, the final score was 5-4, but 4 of the runs were unearned. Bet if you check the book those runs were charged to Arnold as earned.

          • Anonymous | June 16, 2011 at 2:30 PM |

            Gleason shouldve made it as a pitcher. He had a 1.60 era

      • what about jack klein soph from St. Ignatius?

      • Harold beown | July 2, 2011 at 5:03 PM |

        how and why was Aumen Holliday left off the list he led the AAA in almost every catogory And he played more games that Mr Johnson @ Mission i thought the selections were fair untill i seen this major over look

    • Now I hope no one donates to this website if this is what there producing

      • Sounds like someones jealous to me!

      • spellcheck | June 16, 2011 at 11:14 AM |

        *they’re, sounds like someone is jealous and goes to either wash or sh based on your english skills

      • Cats pride | June 16, 2011 at 3:32 PM |

        You’re kind of a jerk.

      • Roll Cats | June 16, 2011 at 9:28 PM |

        Anon are you kidding, if you don’t like this website get out. There are thousands of people across the city pulling for the site to make it and no one need negativity. The list is a service the players who have worked so hard all season, so what if its not perfect, its better than nothing. Thanks San Fran Preps for great coverage even though some people feel the constant need to bash the site. I am hoping that the coverage will continue on for as long as you can because people love what you do.

    • How many lists have you seen before? hahaha

      • WCAL Alum | June 16, 2011 at 7:13 AM |

        I actually think this is a pretty objective list taking into account all 4 leagues that San Francisco teams participate. Good job JBalen and crew

    • bleacher rat | June 17, 2011 at 2:42 PM |

      to anonymous keep up the good work .keeping on jbalan .you are right most of the time and he is a favorites player you 2 make for some good reading .
      El Fin

  4. Stat reader | June 16, 2011 at 8:33 AM |

    how come aumen holiday was left off this list?

    • Aumen Holliday didn’t even make the all-AAA team, so how would he make the “all-city” team?? that’s like becoming President when you didn’t even get pass primaries

  5. wheres chris saurez?

  6. Chris Miguel was definitely the best all around player on sh’s team, but I’m not sure he was player of the year caliber. He started both games against SI and they knocked him out of the game both times. The first game being knocked out before the fifth inning if I remember correctly. He definitely is a goos player, but I’m not sure about player of the year.

  7. Stevie wonder could put together a better list!

    • A DREW DRAGONS PLAYER MADE IT…WOW!!!! no offense to the kid, im sure he had a nice season, but there are way too many players more deserving than him

  8. ^^and he an also hit better than most people on the list

  9. Sf prep fan | June 16, 2011 at 1:52 PM |

    Hey anonymous I know we are not supposed to revert to name calling so I will keep it simple, you or maybe just that last comment to not donate is just plain stupid, Jeramy and the crew do a fantastic job and without them we would have nothing. They run the website and have just as much (actually more) of an opinion as you and they obviously have a lot more information than you. If you don’t like an opinion you are welcome make a comment but leave the ignorance out of your comments, if possible which might be a stretch for you.
    Thank you sfprep 99 percent of us very much appreciate what you are doing for the kids and high school sports

  10. Justa Fan | June 16, 2011 at 3:20 PM |

    On June 12th you posted the list would probably be out next week and 4 days later you post this! Come on…this is the most phoney list you could have came up with. You do not observe all players. You have your chosen few you stick with and by reading past articles it shows. Your answer it always “I have the back up” or “who would you choose”. You are the reporter! Why are you asking??? If you don’t have enough staff to cover the games then don’t cover them at all. So many young men were dogged by your site this year it was ridiculous and now you have slapped them in the face with your list. I’m done with SF preps…

    • I don’t think you understand what a reporter does. A reporter’s main function is to ask questions.

      I have no problem with people disagreeing with the selections, but I think they should make a case for what they think it should be, rather than just saying the list sucks and running away.

      If you have a gripe, state it and back it up.

      • JBalan…I agree with you. However, you’re asking too much from people like Justa Fan. People like this whine and complain and RARELY have the information to back up any of the claims that they make. Just look at all of the haters that post on here. They’re all just talk, but when you tell them to prove their point….they can’t!!!!!

    • Ey YOU MADDDD?!?!!?

  11. Cats pride | June 16, 2011 at 3:36 PM |

    Haven’t seen most of these teams before, but let’s be real San Francisco baseball is pretty weak. The SF schools that are in the WCAL are not winning many WCAL games, yet they are much better than non-WCAL teams. The city needs to creat more facilities for kids to play baseball from a young age. Maybe if Little League wasn’t all the way on Treasure Island there would be more players worthy of this list.

  12. This is absolute horse doo doo Jeremy!!! How can you not put Johnny Mrlik as player of the year?!?!?! He by far is the best player! Hell he can make the major leagues right now! He can even make an NBA roster right now! Im so disappointed in you Jeremy. I think Johnny should break up with you after this article.

    • Josh Levine | June 19, 2011 at 7:20 PM |

      Gotta say Ari… I was expecting you to make a remark like that. With all of the negativity on the comments this made me crack up. You’re a regular and I appreciate that. :)

  13. Justa Fan | June 16, 2011 at 4:14 PM |

    jbalan, i have to say i am disappinted with this list. you got young men listed that didn’t even play in the position for more than half the season. you’re cheating these kids by not having enough sources to make an informed decision. sad.

  14. Maybe this site should go away so all you ungreatful losers can remember how it was before.

    • WCAL Alum | June 16, 2011 at 5:22 PM |

      The demise of prep baseball in San Francisco goes way back to Prop 13 (way before most of your readers were born). Before the landmark ruling, there was plenty of money available for park and rec to keep quality park directors – who grew up playing baseball. To explain what has happened and what needs to be done would take a thesis.

      Bottom line kids dont play on their own anymore, parents wont allow it, parks dept. just have caretakers at their parks, no coaches, etc. The landmark legislation occurred I believe in 1975. It is no coincidene that since that time the depth of quality ballplayers has dwindled considerably. Case in point – in the 1970’s (ie the last group of kids to play baseball on their own), the City’s WCAL teams played in 8 of 10 WCAL championships, winning 4. A WCAL team has not won an outright WCAL championship in baseball since 1978 (SH). SI has won a round-robin in 2000 and played in championship game last year, the first team since SI played in championship game since 1980 (lost to barry Bonds Serra).

      Yes Cats Pride it would be nice; but baseball has become too mechanical with travel ball and individual instruction. Little league is a nice attempt to teach a multitude of players, but true talent is found in playing on your own and competitively with your peers when nobody is looking. Trust me, I wish it was different.

      Bottom line, SF Prep is doing an admirable job in putting together a all-city team.

      • Cats pride | June 17, 2011 at 5:25 PM |

        I completely agree. You never see kids just playing catch, or fielding ground balls anymore, which is really a shame.

        • Anonymous | June 19, 2011 at 6:12 PM |

          the demise could be due to changing demographics of the city and good old boy network. There are more pet owners than families with children in the City. And, since when was a coach hired nowadays because they were qualified? Mostly alums who have some teaching certificate are the new hires.

  15. Mrlik beat Miguel twice head to head. How can the winner be honorable mention and one be Player of the Year?

    • It’s judging the season as a whole, not just two games. Plus, Mrlik didn’t hit. Only one AB the whole season.

      • Dear Jeremy,

        As a parting gift I would love to give you my #14 SI basketball jersey. I will sign it and you can frame it. Thank you for the memories and making me the king of SF Preps. You have yourself a great site and hopefully my dad can give you the $30,000 you need to keep it going for next year. After all you probably gave me $30,000 of publicity for this athletic year. You really made me a star.

        • Of all of the commenters, I would have never guessed Ari was really Johnny Mrlik… I’m shocked…

          • Anonymous | June 17, 2011 at 9:30 AM |

            i think this is an impersonation

          • Cats pride | June 17, 2011 at 5:27 PM |

            @Ari Gold. Dude you’re so funny.
            Why do you dislike this kid so much? Were you once a SF basketball star that turned out to be nothing so now you find faults with other kids?

            • @Cats …. Yes as a matter of fact, Im Ali Thomas. Im SI basketball. There can be no such person in Wildcat history that can put up 25 shots per game like I did. Mrlik makes me look like John Stockton with the number of times that guy shoots!

              • Cats pride | June 18, 2011 at 7:03 PM |

                Well I doubt that.
                Can’t wait until next year. Hopefully you guys won’t lose to Sarah by 30+ at a HOME playoff game, that no one attends.

  16. Until a standard is set on how stats are taken and by whom, these types of lists should be taken with a grain of salt. For example, the Balboa coach uses players to take the book during the game and these players do not know the difference between an error and a real base hit. Not knowing can really mess with a pitcher’s ERA and overinflate a hitter’s batting average. If you look at their book, I bet that they charged Arnold with those 5 runs during the Lowell game, even though they were all errors and unearned. How else would their No. 1 pitcher have such a high ERA?

    • Anonymous | June 16, 2011 at 6:18 PM |

      Bal kept two different books, one done by a parent, one by a player, and their coach went over both of them after games to make sure that the stats were correct.

      • A Real BalFan | June 16, 2011 at 9:14 PM |

        Wrong…the only parent I saw keeping book out at the Balboa games was Arnold’s mother. In fact, there were games were Arnold’s mother was the only Balboa parent there. Give her a call and I’m sure she will tell you that not once did the coach chech her book or this supposed “other parent’s” book. I’ve seen her book and she keeps a really good book. I’m sure she will tell you how disturbed she is about these so called Balboa stats. They are far from accurate.

        • Coach Pete | June 17, 2011 at 8:03 PM |

          Hey Alex,

          Awards don’t make a player, everythng is subjective here, the league players and coaches knows who the real players are. You had a very good year, and will have a better one next year if you work hard this summer. You have the perfect built for a pitcher, the sky is the limit for you.

  17. Mrlik was SI’s best hitter on Freshman and JV teams. SI generally doesn’t let hitters pitch. They need to change this particularly next year. You left the 2nd best outfield in the City off the list, Jack Klein. You will see him playing D1–great hitting talent, and best hitter for SI this year. Good job otherwise — great site.

    • WCAL Alum | June 16, 2011 at 5:45 PM |

      Dont get caught up on D-1 quality stuff, but he is a nice player. I know a Top 10 City team is tough to do since there hasnt been one all year but here is my take:

      St. Ignatius – based on 6-8 league record and beating SHC twice
      Washington – on given day could compete with SI/SH.
      SHC – would be 2nd based on 14-1 non-league record, but no offense v. quality pitching.
      International – finished strong
      Riordan- though beat Wash earlier, just flat-lined 2nd half of season
      Stuart Hall – would be higher with one more quality pitcher.

  18. I am listed out of position!!!!!

  19. Anonymous | June 16, 2011 at 7:13 PM |

    this list is so much more accurate than the pathetic AAA All City list. This list is based on player’s stats, not on which players the coaches favor.

  20. Anonymous | June 16, 2011 at 8:35 PM |

    my boy alex shmacks arnold shoulda at least got honorable mention. the ace of the staff that went to the championship. no love?

  21. wcal alum how do you no so much about every team? this list was kind of bad. You forgot good players such as matt miguel, gino franco, chandler williams, jack klein, travis mcdow, pat murphy ETC. I know you want to be fair to the other non WCAL schools but those kids on SI sh and the one Riordan are the best players in the city

    • the only one of those guys that should have made it is klein. mcdow barely even played, williams was bad defensively and a below average hitter, and murphy did not to anything the entire season. just my thoughts.

      • Anonymous | June 17, 2011 at 7:47 PM |

        WCAL-Just know I been around the block a few times. Each of the players you mention are nice kids that would stand out in AAA or below, but none had quality years or were impact players in the WCAL. I could go on in detail but what is the point. You mentioned kids that were not even honorable mention in their own league and those HM are kids are put into nomination by their own coach.

        Secondly, I didnt pick the all-city team. However, (again), I think Jbalan and crew did an admirable job.

        • I dont want to argue but WCAL is right, Mcdow has colleges contacting him left and right, as to williams who threw out .500 percent of runners, which is good and didnt do extremely well with the bat this year. Pat Murphy started his junior year and should of went all city last year as well as this year. Both Williams and Murphy are playing in college. Being fair to all schools, JBlan u did a pretty good job. No matter what list came out u would of been critisized. So good job with what u did, i cant imagine doing this on my own

          • Fan with knowledge | June 24, 2011 at 6:38 PM |

            The statement about McDow is way off, I do not believe he has a single school contacting him. i would like to know where you get your information. Where are Williams and Murphy playing college ball?

      • HS SPORTS FAN | June 27, 2011 at 5:17 PM |

        williams also broke the all time throwout record at sacred heart.

  22. Looking back in hindsight, the two most worthy players that got left off were Jacob Gleason from Lowell and Jack Klein from SI.

    For whatever reason, I didn’t see Gleason’s pitching numbers, and for Kline, I wrote down the batting average of the player above him on the SI stat sheet.

    Both players will be added to the honorable mention list immediately.

    I can honestly say that this was the most difficult All-City undertaking so far… Even tougher than football, which I thought was impossible.

    For those who brought up valid cases for the people left off, thank you for your input. I’m certainly not perfect and not above taking criticism or suggestions, as long as they are rational and good-natured. That’s what the commenting section should be about, but unfortunately is so often what it isn’t about.

  23. bleacher rat | June 17, 2011 at 3:04 PM |


  24. chris miguel is raw. his stats were in the WCAL…. which is the most talented league in the city BY FAR, all the other leagues are complete jokes.

  25. max preps | June 18, 2011 at 4:24 PM |

    did u get all ur stats from max preps? some are super inflated! others are incorrect or nonexistent.

  26. bballobserver | June 19, 2011 at 4:27 PM |

    SF Preps is worth it’s weight in gold and we need to keep it alive. High school sports is one place where competitors from all over the city bang chests, play tough, play to win and go home to play another day. And SF Preps honors that.

  27. Anonymous | June 19, 2011 at 9:17 PM |

    is this getting sent to the chronicle?

    • I’m not quite sure what you mean, but the story and list did run in the Examiner on Thursday. We currently supply content to the Examiner, but not the Chronicle.

  28. A drew dragon made it over a 100 wcal players, not evening counting AAA, or BCL central players…THIS IS A JOKE

    • Why is it you feel you need to repeat yourself under a different name? If you haven’t noticed, the honorable mention is as inclusive to all of the schools in the City as possible.

      • i think he’s just an unhappy man. congrats to all the people who made it and sorry too all those who feel they should have made it

        • Nice try. I can see your IP address. You’re talking about yourself, which is really strange.

          First you tried represent yourself as other people just to make your point seem stronger, now you’re doing this, which I don’t quite understand.

          • Cats pride | June 21, 2011 at 6:44 PM |

            haha thats hilarious.
            jbalan – good work, you have to have some representation from all leagues which makes the list fair.

  29. San Francisco Baseball Lover | June 21, 2011 at 8:37 AM |

    Its great that you revised your list to add Jack Klein to HM. I think that two other players deserved the same. Matt Miguel had a great year in a tough league (Beat SHC 1-0) and would dominate in the AAA. Also, Gino Franco (SHC) was the best fielding shortstop in the city and ended his season batting .300 in the WCAL.

    • Franco just didn’t have enough ABs and only hit .286 with 5 RBIs. Matt Miguel did beat SHC, but also had two blowup starts against SI and a 5+ ERA… Just too much for this list…

      • Anonymous | June 21, 2011 at 2:30 PM |

        Thanks, I understand there were a lot of kids to consider. I think its great you do this and take the time to answer everyone. Good work.

        • i agree with franco being on the list, i also think chandler williams, charlie goldenshon and pat murphy should be on it

  30. @SF Baseball Lover..Gino Franco the best shortstop in the city. Come on Son! who are you kidding! The kid made an error in just about every game (2 or 3 in some). Ya, he came through with some clutch hits but it didn’t make up for the inconsistency. Lazy game. Just sayin..

  31. i saw kline play a couple of times and he was good, why didnt he make all league?

    • jack klein*- jbalan, he batted 3rd as a sophomore and batted over .300. why didnt he make all league?

      • I’m not sure what you mean. This is an All-City team, not an all-league team. Klein is on honorable mention of our All-City team and was honorable mention on the All-WCAL team.

  32. SF Baseball Lover | June 23, 2011 at 1:40 PM |

    @ Just a Fan
    . I did not see him play all year like you obviously did. The games I saw, he was fantastic with no errors. Talking to his coach, he agreed with me. According to him, the only reason he was not all WCAL was due to lack of AB’s. Sounds like some bitterness to me, he must have beat you out of a position. You should not use these postings to put down others or promote yourself or your son. Talk to the coaches, SON, and you will get the real story.

  33. stat reader | June 25, 2011 at 8:49 PM |

    how come javier meza was left of this list?

  34. hold on this is so wrong why are all these bcl players there no love for AAA your missing so many players you need to get this right

  35. what about the rest of the ghws champions team Paul Duchene Shaquan Robinson Jordan Wilson and Thomas Tomioka they should all be on Honorable Mention if Smoot Li wong king and all those people from lincon and bal and lowell are these players need to be added also Alex arnold

    • Anonymous | June 30, 2011 at 9:07 PM |

      i like this i totally agree what is up with all these people from mission and jordan getting something over Wilson Duchene ect im not saying those people did not deserve to get it but come on also if Smoot li king and all of them get it the players from wash should to i think maybe all of them were better than smoot king and a lot of the one on the list get it right people

  36. Anonymous | June 30, 2011 at 9:10 PM |

    this is such a bad list if you are gonna do the best players for the city you better put all of them because half of the people on this list should not be there and they need to add some people

  37. Anonymous | July 7, 2011 at 8:12 PM |

    i will see all of you in college

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