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Athletic Awards

May 26, 2010

Beau Attyah

Corona del Mar

The catcher proved to be a consistent force on defense and also provided a punch on offense. With his 3.7 grade-point average, he helped the baseball team earn a CIF Southern Section Academic Team Award. He holds the school record for catching every game of the season for the 2009 season (29 games). He will continue on at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas.

Max Bergeson

Corona del Mar

The two-time Daily Pilot Dream Team Player of the Year was a star in water polo during his three years at CdM. He scored 256 goals, 93 in his senior season and was named Pacific Coast League Player of the Year the past two seasons. Bound for UC Berkeley, he was a three-time All-CIF Southern Section Division I first-team selection.

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Marisa Cummings

Corona del Mar

The cross country and track standout, bound for Princeton, helped CdM win back-to-back state titles in cross country. As a senior, the valedictorian finished 13th in the state for CIF Division III in the fall. In the spring, she finished second in the 3,200 meters for CIF Southern Section Division III to qualify for the CIF Southern Section Masters Meet.

Hailey Hogan

Corona del Mar

The tennis standout, bound for Johns Hopkins University, reached the CIF Southern Section doubles final with teammate Melissa Matsuoka. They won the Pacific Coast League doubles title and were 11-0 in league play. As a freshman, she helped the Sea Kings win the CIF Southern Section Division I championship. As a junior the CdM girls' tennis team reached the Division I title match.

Victoria Kent

Corona del Mar

The aquatics standout, bound for UCLA to play water polo, helped the Sea Kings win four straight Pacific Coast League titles in water polo. As a senior, she was a first-team All-CIF Southern Section Division I honoree. The 3.5 grade-point average student helped CdM reach the CIF Division I title match two straight years as a sophomore and junior.

Michael Liao

Corona del Mar

The aquatics standout, a 4.0 GPA-student bound for MIT, was named Co-MVP of the Pacific Coast League in water polo. As a senior, he helped the Sea Kings win their 11th straight league title in water polo. In the spring, he won the CIF Southern Section Division I title in the 100-yard breaststroke and was part of the winning 200 medley relay team.

Alex Mainthow

Corona del Mar

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