La Jolla trio honored by Hall of Champions

Three La Jolla high school student-athletes were honored this past week by the San Diego Hall of Champions.

Anthony Paolucci, a La Jolla Country Day senior who is headed to USC, topped the list of high school honorees. He shot four rounds of par or better golf to finish in a tie for 29th after getting an amateur exemption to the Farmers Insurance Open.

Others gaining Stars of the Month honors were La Jolla Country Day girls’ basketball sophomore Kelsey Plum, and Bishop’s girls water polo player Jessica Webster. Plum, who played most of the month of January with a facemask has helped the Torreys to a 20-4 record. Webster has helped the Knights to two tournament wins this season.

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  3. San Diego Hall of Champions Hall of Fame Class of 2011 set
  4. Tickets still available for Chargers-Patriots game
  5. La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club to host Amigos Cup

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