Mid-Valley Newcomer of the Year: Sierra Canyon’s Isaiah Renfro

Sierra Canyon free safety Isaiah Renfro

(“Newcomer” criteria: Player must be an underclassmen, with limited, or no, varsity experience.)

We could have, almost did, go with one of the quarterbacks on this list. The numbers are flashier, but in the end we settled on Renfro. From his free safety position in the Trailblazers’ secondary he led the division with eight interceptions. He was also in on 59 tackles and defended six passes. On offense he averaged nearly 20-yards on 26 receptions. Impact player deluxe, he’s back for two more years.


Other Mid-Valley Division breakout players in 2012:

San Gabriel: Marqus Valenzuela (Jr.)

Sierra Canyon: Andre Nunez (Jr.)

Gabrielino: Elijah Peters (So.)

San Dimas: Josh Avila (Jr.)

Monrovia: Darione Jones (Jr.)

Temple City: Nick Starling

Arroyo: Robert Sanchez (Soph)

San Gabriel: Nicholas Wong (Jr.)

(If you have another name, throw it our way)


Northeast Necomer of the Year: Nordhoff’s Taylor Livingston

Southeast Newcomer of the Year: Downey’s Justin Huff

Mid-Valley Newcomer of the Year: Sierra Canyon’s Isaiah Renfro


Other release Dates:

Northwest DC of the Year—December 21

Southeast DC of the Year—December 23

Mid-Valley DC of the Year—December 26

Northwest OC of the Year—December 27

Southeast OC of the Year—December 29

Mid-Valley OC of the Year—December 31

Northwest Coach of the Year—January 3

Southeast Coach of the Year—January 4

Mid-Valley Coach of the Year—January 6

Northwest Player of the Year—January 7

Southeast Player of the Year—January 8

Mid-Valley Player of the Year—January 9

Northwest Most Valuable Player—January 10

Southeast Most Valuable Player—January 11

Mid-Valley Most Valuable Player—January 12

All Northwest Team—January 13

All Southeast Team—January 14

All Mid-Valley Team—January 15


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