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Newport Beach Chamber Of Commerce And Commodores Club Athletic Awards

May 22, 2008

SHELBY BUCKLEY

Corona del Mar

The standout distance runner will compete at UCLA. A state individual champion in cross country as a freshman in 2004 (CIF Division III) at Rosary, she also excelled in track and field. Since Buckley came to CdM as a sophomore, the Sea Kings have won three straight CIF Southern Section Division III cross country titles and three straight Division III track and field titles; also a CIF Southern Section Division III champ in the 800 meters and 1,600.

MADELINE (MIMI) BURY

Newport Harbor

As team captain of the girls’ water polo team, the Sunset League Player of the Year led the Sailors to the CIF Southern Section Division I crown. She also earned first-team All-CIF Southern Section Division I honors and will continue to play at Stanford. She was named Daily Pilot Dream Team Co-Player of the Year. She was also part of Harbor’s CIF title team in 2006.

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KYLE CALDWELL

Newport Harbor

Known as one of the top high school boys’ volleyball players in the nation, the standout will continue competing at UCLA. He was first-team All-Sunset League and third-team All-CIF Southern Section Division I as a junior. Also excelled in basketball, breaking school record for most points in a game (47) and in a season (592). As setter for the volleyball team, his versatility has helped top-seeded Harbor in the CIF Division I playoffs.

JEFF CARLSON

Corona del Mar

One of the top hitters for the Sea Kings, Carlson will continue to compete for USC. He helped the Sea Kings to the CIF Southern Section Division II championship in 2007. This year, he helped lead the Sea Kings to the title in the Orange County Championships, and was named to the all-tournament team. A 4.0, grade-point average student, he was part of CdM’s CIF Academic Team Champion award.

MYLES CHRISTIAN

Newport Harbor

As a captain, he helped lead the boys’ water polo team to its first CIF Southern Section Division I title since 2000. A first-team All-Sunset League performer, he’ll continue to compete at UC Santa Barbara. As goalie, he compiled 255 saves during his senior year, averaging over eight per game. As a swimmer he was part of the Sailors’ Sunset League title and was on the 200-yard freestyle relay team that broke the school record.

CHRISTOFER COTTRELL

Corona del Mar

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