Holy Family School Recognizes its Top Student Athletes

HFS’ All-CYO recipients (l to r): Nick Chabot (boys basketball), Philip Ocon (flag football, boys basketball) and Will Esnault (flag football, boys basketball). Article and Photos courtesy of HOLY FAMILY SCHOOL The 2018–2019 athletics season has come to a close but not without many accomplishments, both big and small, from student athletes of the Holy […]

HFS’ All-CYO recipients (l to r): Nick Chabot (boys basketball), Philip Ocon (flag football, boys basketball) and Will Esnault (flag football, boys basketball).

Article and Photos courtesy of HOLY FAMILY SCHOOL

The 2018–2019 athletics season has come to a close but not without many accomplishments, both big and small, from student athletes of the Holy Family School (HFS) community. HFS wish its graduating eighth graders nothing but success as they move onto high school.

HFS’ All-CYO recipients (Will Esnault & Philip Ocon). Both were named All-CYO in flag football and boys basketball. Not present to receive his award for boys basketball was Nick Chabot (aka King Triton) who was closing out the HFS play.

HFS’ All-CYO recipients (Will Esnault & Philip Ocon). Both were named All-CYO in flag football and boys basketball. Not present to receive his award for boys basketball was Nick Chabot (aka King Triton) who was closing out the HFS play.

Of the roughly 15,000 student athletes who participate each year in CYO of Los Angeles athletics, on average, a total of 175 are recognized and deemed as All-CYO.

HFS wish its graduating eighth graders nothing but success as they move onto high school.

Holy Family School, 1301 Rollin St., South Pasadena, (626) 799-4354 or visit school.holyfamily.org.

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