Amanda Diaz

Amanda Diaz was a four-year varsity player in volleyball and basketball and an exemplary student. She is one of several student-athletes to be honored on Saturday.

Photo courtesy Pacific Bay Christian

For 38 years the Pacifica Sports Club has been promoting Pacifica sports programs and local athletes. Annually, the PSC hosts an awards breakfast for selected athletes. More than 500 local athletes have been recognized for their skills over the past years.

This year’s honorees are high school students. The “Breakfast of Champions” student-athlete honorees have been selected by the principal and athletic director of the respective community high schools, Terra Nova, Oceana and Pacific Bay Christian School, for their performances on the school varsity teams for the 2021-2022 school year. Also, principals from out-of-town high schools were given the opportunity to submit a varsity athlete who lives in Pacifica. 

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