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Published: Friday 04 December, 2015

Arcadia s De La Rosa is Star Estevan De La Rosa, Arcadia Senior Estevan De La Rosa again proved that it is the postseason that counts the most. The Arcadia High School senior battled mid season injuries. He did not win the League title. But in the biggest meets of the season, De La Rosa, who is being recruited by Colorado, Wisconsin and Oklahoma State, ran his best. I didn t expect a person like me to do this Asics Running Shoes Mens well in running and to get this opportunity, he said. I started running hard my sophomore year and everyone told me I was the next one. The senior earned his second consecutive Star News Runner of the Year honors as a result. He was the top Apache in the CIF Southern Section and CIF State finals. Arcadia placed second in the CIF SS finals, missing a third consecutive Division 1 title by eight points. The Apaches won their second consecutive State Division I title and third in four years. De La Rosa was on all of those championship teams. He did that despite running with a pulled right calf muscle, which he pulled running up the switchbacks at the Mt. SAC Invitational in late October. It did not go as planned, he said. It really hurt a lot and it was hard because I was going great. After an admitted too fast start, De La Rosa finished third in the CIF SS finals at Mt. SAC in 14:44. He was then second in the CIF State meet at Woodward Park in Fresno, only one second behind winner Tal Braude of Torrey Pines, in 15:03. A week later in the Nike Nationals in Oregon, he finished fifth in 15:10. It is pretty disappointing because I was second (in state) last year, he said. It was hard because I was still recovering and I did not do what I wanted to do. Coach of the year: Michael Feraco Eberle Arcadia The longtime assistant coach had tough shoes to fill. He had to replace popular coach James O Brien, who led the Apaches to back to back CIF Southern Section Division 1 titles and two CIF State Division I titles in the past three years. But the Apaches did not miss a beat. They won the League title, were the top ranked team in the CIF SS all season, placed second in the CIF SS finals and won the state meet. FIRST TEAM Ruben Dominguez, Bosco Tech Senior Dominguez finished second behind Big Bear s Caleb Webb in both the CIF SS and CIF State Division finals. The time difference was comparable, too. Dominguez was 10 seconds behind Webb at Mt. SAC and 12 seconds back in Fresno. Dominguez won the Del Rey League title. Josue Gonzalez, Arcadia Senior Gonzalez was the Apaches consistent No.

runner. He was the third fastest Arcadia athlete in the CIF SS finals, taking 11th in 15:05. A week later, he was again No. 3 in Fresno, taking 14th place. Phillip Rocha, Arcadia Sophomore Rocha and De La Rosa pushed each other all season. Rocha was second at the prestigious Mt. SAC Invitational and backed it up with a League championship. He was fifth in the CIF SS finals in 14:50, just six seconds behind De La Rosa and then he was fifth in the CIF State finals, just behind De La Rosa. Jack Van Scoter, Flintridge Prep Sophomore It takes more than one runner to win a CIF SS title. Van Scoter filled that bill, taking second in the Division 5 race in 15:19 behind teammate Alan Yoho. He was third in the CIF State meet in 15:41 with Yoho winning the race. Jarrick Wenslow, Arcadia Senior Gonzalez and Wenslow insured that the Apaches were consistently among the top teams in the state by being right on De La Rosa and Rocha s heels. He was the Apaches No. 4 runner in the CIF SS and State finals, going 15:23 in the Southern Section finals for 24th and 15th in 15:37 in State, one position behind Gonzalez. Asics Gel Kinsei 6 Josh Wilson, South Pasadena Senior Wilson continued his breakout year by taking the Rio Hondo League title, sweeping all three league meets. He finished 31st in the CIF SS Division 3 finals at Mt. SAC, too far back to advance to state as an individual. The Tigers were 16th in the race. Alan Yoho, Flintridge Prep Senior Yoho came up big in the CIF s smallest division, and at the same time, proved he cold compete with anybody. He became the Rebels first CIF State champion, setting a Division V course record in 15:11. He won Prep League and CIF SS titles and helped the Rebels to a CIF SS team title and fourth place finish in state. He was an impressive ninth in the Nike Nationals meet in Oregon.

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