At the Capo Valley HS Senior Awards night (4/19/22), 4 of our athletes were honored with significant awards for their abilities on and off the mat this year and throughout their HS careers (all 4 were also recipients of the scholar athlete award as well). Senior Juan Segura earned the award for Boys Best All Around Athlete; this award is given to 1 senior athlete who has played 2 or more varsity sports during their 4 years at Capo. Juan has been a member of our varsity football, wrestling, track and lacrosse programs (he also played soccer his freshman year). This guy gives 100% to everything he does and will joining the US Army upon completion of HS where he will be a medic. Senior Zoe Liberato earned the US Marines Female Distinguished Athlete Award given to the athlete that is "the glue that holds the mix together, team building and leadership skills, and for their superior physical fitness levels". "Coach Princess" as we call her continues to help this spring with assisting her teammates grow and improve and she helps with our Middle School wrestling program. Zoe will attend the University of Hawaii Manoa next year. Senior Luke Meyer was selected Capo Valley HS' Male Athlete of the Year. Luke was all league in football (4 yr lettermen), a League and CIF champ in Wrestling (4 yr lettermen) and a league champ and leading scorer for the track team this year (3yr lettermen). One would be hard pressed to name an athlete who has done more, at such a high level, in one year much less a 4 year career. Luke will attend Cal Poly SLO next year on a wrestling scholarship and study aerospace engineering. Senior Nile Fritts was name Capo Valley HS' Female Athlete of the Year. Nile was a League, Conference, CIF, CIF Masters and California State CHAMPION this year and set single season and career records for our program. She was dominant and produced eye popping stats this year. Coming off of a 2nd place finish in last year's CA state invitational, much was expected and she managed to exceed that. Nile was 38-1 on the season, only gave up 4 offensive points all year (only 3 total points in the post season) and was UNSCORED on at the CA state championships, beating the #4 ranked wrestler in the country in the finals. Nile will attend Cal State Channel Islands next year with an eye on becoming a psychologist. Congratulations to these outstanding young student athletes!