All State – Spring Sports

SPRING SPORTS

1998–Katie Feroah (Softball)

1998–Trina Job (Softball)

1998–Sheryl Molen (Softball)

1998–Alyssa Trimble (Womens Track & Field)

1999–Missy Wood (Womens Track & Field)(State Champion in Womens Javelin)

1999–Katie Feroah (Softball)

2000–Missy Wood (Womens Track & Field)(State Champion in Womens Javelin)

2000–Kathleen Hobbs (Womens Track & Field)

2001–Tyson Olson (Baseball)

2001–JD Westphal (Baseball)

2001–Drew Larsen (Baseball)

2001–Jason Price (Baseball)

2002–Jason Price (Baseball)

2002–Ryan Khoury (Baseball)

2002–James Stosich (Mens Track & Field)

2003–Chase Alvey (Mens Track & Field)

2003–Augustin Guzman (Mens Soccer)

2007–Bryce Baugh (Baseball)

2007–David Kirk (Mens Track & Field)

2007–Jordan Turner (Womens Track & Field)

2009–Linnea Ketcher (Softball)

2009–Carlos Lara (Mens Soccer)

2010–Chandler Johnson (Mens Track & Field)(State Champion in Mens 100 Meter, 200 Meter, 4 x 100 Meter)

2010–Taylor Asay (Mens Track & Field)(State Champion in Mens 4 x 100 Meter)

2010–Jordan Nelson (Mens Track & Field)(State Champion in Mens 4 x 100 Meter)

2010–Jake Smith (Mens Track & Field)(State Champion in Mens 4 x 100 Meter)

2010–Anthony Nixon (Mens Soccer)

2010–Emilio Zamudio (Mens Soccer)

2011–Mikayli Booth (Womens Golf)

2011–Dallas Vega (Softball)

2011–Taylor Asay (Mens Track & Field)(State Champion in Mens 4 x 100 Meter)

2011–Jordan Nelson (Mens Track & Field)(State Champion in Mens 110 Meter Hurdles, 4 x 100 Meter)

2011–Jake Smith (Mens Track & Field)(State Champion in Mens 100 Meter, 200 Meter, 4 x 100 Meter)

2011–Derek Farley (Mens Track & Field)(State Champion in Mens 4 x 100 Meter)

2011–Heilala Havea (Womens Track & Field)

2011–Kayla Goodwin (Womens Track & Field)

2011–Logan Anderson (Mens Soccer)

2011–Taylor Ruff (Mens Soccer)

2012–Mikayli Booth (Womens Golf)

2012–Shelby Abeyta (Softball)

2012–Amanda Cook (Softball)

2012–Riley Cleverly (Softball)

2012–Jesse Molina (Mens Soccer)

2012–Desirae Cruse (Womens Track & Field)(State Champion in Womens High Jump)

2012–Kamesi Havea (Womens Track & Field)(State Champion in Womens Discus)

2013–Kamesi Havea (Womens Track & Field)

2013–Bethani Talbot (Womens Track & Field)(State Champion in Womens High Jump, Long Jump)

2013–Tanisha Shedden (Womens Track & Field)

2013–Ashley Clayson (Softball–MVP)

2013–Emilee Sweet (Softball)

2013–Payten Davies (Softball)

2013–Connor Thompson (Mens Soccer)

2013–Keaton Gallegos (Mens Soccer)

2013–Mikayli Booth (Womens Golf)

2014–Riley Cleverly (Softball)

2014–Jake Boyd (Baseball)

2014–Luis Vargas (Mens Soccer)

2015–Luis Vargas (Mens Soccer)

2015–Skyler Andam (Mens Track & Field–MVP)(State Champion in Mens 400 Meter, Long Jump)

2015–Paige Watts (Softball)

​2016–Efren Estrada (Mens Soccer)

2016–Jesella De Jesus (Womens Golf)

2016–Allie Newell (Womens Golf)

2017–Kaci Bobo (Softball)

2017–Carlos Becerra (Mens Soccer)

2017–Aaron Nixon (Mens Soccer)

​2017–Jeff Nigbur (Mens Soccer)

2017–Oliver Vidana (Mens Soccer)

2018–Brayden Taylor (Baseball)

2018–Makaiya Gomez (Softball)

2018–Hailey Nicholls (Womens Track & Field)

2019–Brayden Taylor (Baseball)

2019–Chase Taylor (Baseball)

2019–Makaiya Gomez (Softball)

2019–Alyxx Estrada (Softball)

2019–Kaylee Butterworth (Softball)

2019–Camilla Andam (Womens Track & Field)(State Champion in Womens Long Jump)

2019–Cameron Farley (Mens Track & Field)(State Champion in Mens Long Jump)