Poly's 2019 Class Shows Potential in Bosco Summer League

According to Beach City Hoops their are a couple of Juniors on the Jackrabbits roster who are showing huge upside early on. To start 6'2 G Giordan Williams is an offensive and defensive force with his athleticism, quickness, and length he could surely pose as a strong scoring option for Poly. Second is 5'8 PG Jonathan Hill, who has shown huge improvement in his game over the yearsis showing great court vision and that he can knock down the open jumper. A great contribution to the Darryl Polk/Jesse Galloway backcourt. Lastly there's the 6'0 SG Justin Rene is another guy who can put the ball in the hole at will and with the knowledge and growth that will come with this season and seasons to come you can bet the sky will be the limit for him and the '19 class. Check out BCH's recap and keep an eye on the Jackrabbit class of 2019


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Sam Lewis Dream Team Player of the Year/Jeremy Cook Coach of the Year

Sam Lewis has left his mark as a Jackrabbit and is on to build a new legacy as a Trojan! Congrats to him on being a repeat Press Telegram Dream Team Player of the Year and also a huge congrats to Coach of the Year, LB Wilson Boys Volleyball coach Jeremy Cook who lead the boys to a 21-7 season and their first Moore League Championship since 2009!! Read more about it in Mike Guardabascio's article of the PT!

"Long Beach Poly’s Sam Lewis repeats as Dream Team Boys Volleyball Player of the Year"

Going Out With A Bang

Mary Iakopo is currently a senior at Los Al high who has plans to continue her education at University of Oregon next year via softball scholarship. Her softball career began at age 7 when her dad wouldn't allow her to play tackle football because her to try something else. Low and behold softball season was right around the corner and thus her journey began! In her career as a Griffin they have pushed the bar further and further as a team and in their final season they hope to bring home the hardware. Last season she recorded a stellar .667 batting average and a .750 on base percentage, but the Griffins fell one game shy of the championship. With 13 seniors total on this years team the desire to win resignates not just with Iakopo, but with the entire roster. Long term she hopes to go on to win a World Series Championship in her career as a Duck, and eventually make her way on to the USA team. Iakopo says now that softball is back in the Olympics she'd be proud to earn a gold medal for her country. Follow Mary Iakopo on Twitter/IG and keep an eye on this rising softball star!

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