When La Cañada High Coach Steve Neville considered his team's candidates for the Rio Hondo League's Valuable Player, he looked for someone who did it all, as far as offense, defense and leadership.
The player he found was the Spartans' senior drive Trevor Roszkos, who took home the league's highest honor as the MVP after finishing the season with 58 goals, 49 assists and 67 steals.
"Trevor did a whole lot of everything," Neville said. "He's a team leader, team captain and not only scored goals, but played defense and came up with some big assists.
"He was all of the above and that's what I look for in a MVP."
Roszkos didn't take the honor lightly.
"I was thrilled when coach told me," Roszkos said. "It felt good to know all my hard work had paid off and I had something to show for it."
A total of nine Spartans hauled in all-league accolades, while South Pasadena and San Marino had six and four, respectively, make the cut.