5 Kirsten Vose, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy swimming, freshman — Vose provided a glimpse of Sacred Heart's future after starring during her first season. Vose played a major role in helping the Tologs win the Mission League title, topping defending champion Alemany.
Vose also won individual league championships in the 200-yard individual medley in 2 minutes 12.56 seconds and the 100 breaststroke (1:08.26). At the same league finals meet, she teamed with Katie Altmayer, Emily Balog and Meg Ryan to help the Tologs win the 200- (1:50.08) and 400-freestyle relays, the latter in a league- and meet-record 3:39.51.
At the CIF Division I finals, Vose took second in the 100 breaststroke in a personal-record 1:03.53 to help the Tologs finish 14th in the team standings.
6 Andrea Kevorkian, Flintridge Prep tennis, freshman — Nothing seemed to faze Kevorkian, who took the local tennis scene by storm.
Kevorkian went 54-3 and led the Rebels to the second round of the CIF Division II playoffs, where she finished 5-1 after going 30-0 in the Prep League and being tabbed the league's most valuable player.
In addition, Kevorkian won a pair of matches to advance to the third round of the CIF Individuals Tournament.
"Andrea showed me a lot in that she played well against some good players," Flintridge Prep Coach Ron Catano said. "She showed how strong mentally she can be."
7 Stephanie Vargas, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy cross-country/track and field, senior — Participating in the always tough Mission League cross-country final, Vargas proved she was up to the task in completing the race in grand style, finishing fourth in 19:47.