Copy by Blake Williams and Photos by Josh Manes, Nick Martinez, Chelsea Westman, and Chris Torres
Despite struggles around all the Spring sports teams, they each have players who stand out.
Swimmer Mario Marshall set a Pierce record in the 100-yard freestyle at the Pasadena Invitational. He is one of the swimmers who have a chance to go to the state championships in May.
Volleyball setter Gene Kim leads the Brahmas with 177 assists while the next closest player has 21 assists. He has also posted 34 digs
Tennis player Christian Ponce is the best singles player on the team. He won a singles match in three sets against Santa Barbara City College on March 28.
Baseball players Johnathan Lavallee and Diego Harris are having strong seasons on their path to transfer to a division one school.
Lavallee has pitched 66 innings with a 1.50 ERA and 83 strikeouts. He is also leading the team offensively with a .347/.455/.500 slash line and 17 RBI.
Harris leads the Brahmas in at-bats (96), hits (29), runs scored (19) and stolen bases (16) while hitting .302/.402/.375 and playing exceptional defense in center field.