8 — Kira Lee, Flintridge Prep tennis, junior
The Rebels' ace improved on her sophomore campaign by advancing to the third round of the CIF Individual tournament, before being defeated by San Marino's Sarah Gaeler, 6-0, 6-1.
"[Lee] was happy about [making the] third round and happy about how she did," said Flintridge Prep Coach Ron Catano of the All-Area Player of the Year. "She's looking forward to her senior year making it to the fourth round."
9 — Jocelyn Chia, Crescenta Valley golf, freshman
The 2010 All-Area Girls' Golfer of the Year put together a fine debut season for the Falcons. Chia placed third in the Pacific League Individual Final before marching all the way to the CIF Southern Section Northern Individual Regional, the CIF Individual Final and Women's Southern California Golf Assn. Qualifying Tournament and finally the WSCGA Foundation Tournament.
"She went out there this season and let her play do the talking," Crescenta Valley Coach Lee Pope said. "I had no problem slipping her into the No. 1 spot and I'm just grateful that I'll have her for the next three years."
10 — Adrienne Ingalla, Crescenta Valley water polo and swimming, senior
In one year, Ingalla made the jump from a All-CIF third team to an All-CIF first-team water polo player. She helped anchor a Falcons defense with 71 steals and also had 38 goals and 11 assists.
"I think Adrienne, probably cerebrally, is one of the smartest players I've ever coached," Loporchio said.
Ingalla was also apart of CV's swim team. She won the 100 breaststroke Pacific League title in one minute and 11.63 seconds and was part of a 200-freestyle relay team that won the league championship in 1:45.94.
Others receiving votes were: Tera Trujillo, Flintridge Sacred Heart Soccer, Claudia Pham, Crescenta Valley cross-country and track; Denise van der Goot, Flintridge Prep softball.