Posthuma was named the league’s co-offensive player of the year after passing for 2,115 yards and 19 touchdowns. Cabrera tallied 151 tackles in 12 games.
Also set to compete are defensive tackle/guard Ivan Abarenov, nose guard/center Pedro Lomeli and wide receiver/corner back Elvis Fuentes of Hoover.
Fuentes and Abarenov were named to the All-Area second team. Fuentes finished with 49 catches for 598 yards and six touchdowns. Abarenov collected eight sacks and a spot on the All-Pacific League first team. Lomeli secured all-league offensive honorable mention.
GCC ATHLETES IN ALL-STAR GAME
Three members from the Glendale Community College football team will take part in the inaugural Sports Scholarships USA Junior College All-Star Game 6 p.m. Saturday at Birmingham High in Van Nuys.
Running back Jorge Chaidez, defensive lineman Jesse Halberstadt and defensive back Max Williams have been selected to participate. Halberstadt was selected to the All-Northern Conference first team after he led the Vaqueros in tackles for a loss with 13 1/2 for a total of negative-70 yards and led all defensive linemen in Southern California in sacks with 10 1/2 for negative-62 yards.
Chaidez rushed for 511 yards in 98 carries and a pair of touchdowns.
Williams had 36 tackles and two interceptions.
MOVES BACK UP
Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy’s girls’ soccer team shot up to the No. 2 spot in the CIF Southern Section Division II rankings released on Monday, and later the same day, the Tologs (12-1-2) beat top-ranked Harvard-Westlake head-to-head in a Mission League contest at Sartoris Field.
The Tologs had previously been ranked second earlier in the year, but had surprisingly dropped down.
Crescenta Valley (10-0-3), which, at No. 3, was one spot ahead of Sacred Heart in the previous rankings, dropped one spot to fourth this week after settling for a Pacific League tie with Burroughs on Friday.