2021 Southern Arizona Boys Golf All-Stars – All Sports Tucson

Brasen Briones golfer of the year

Ironwood Ridge sophomore Brasen Briones won the Division II state championship and Salpointe Jr. Carlos Astiazaran finished the year as the top ranked player from Southern Arizona.

Ryan Bais led the Nighthawks to a top ten finish in the rankings regardless of classification.


Golfer of the Year

Brasen Briones, So. Ironwood Ridge

Top Performer of the Year

Carlos Astiazaran, Jr. Salpointe

D-I Golfer of the Year

Nathan Romero, Sr. Marana

D-II Golfer of the Year

Drew Bowers, Sr. Ironwood Ridge

Super Sophomore

Jacob Medina, So. Ironwood Ridge

Freshman of the Year

Finn Meister, Catalina Foothills

D-I Freshman of the Year

Jackson Rose, Marana

D-II Freshman of the Year

Wyatt Charnoki, Salpointe

Coach of the Year

Ryan Bais, Ironwood Ridge

D-I Coach of the Year

Brian Johnson, Marana

D-II Coach of the Year

Steve Armenta, Salpointe


Carlos Astiazaran, Jr. Salpointe

Brasen Briones, So. Ironwood Ridge

Drew Bowers, Sr. Ironwood Ridge

Luis Lopez, Sr. Sahuarita

Jake Myre, Sr. Sabino

Finn Meister, Fr. Catalina Foothills

Nathan Romero, Sr. Marana


Jackson Rustand, Jr. Sabino

Jacob Medina, So. Ironwood Ridge

Diego Medina, Sr. Nogales

Zander Los, Sr. Ironwood Ridge

Jayden Schmitz. So. Ironwood Ridge

Beckett Carlson, Jr. Canyon del Oro

Dominic Swick, Sr. Marana


Wyatt Charnoki, Fr. Salpointe

Chase Pickering, Fr. Salpointe

Kaden Boyter, Sr. Sahuarita

Tyler Tosca, Fr. Catalina Foothills

Spencer Chan, Jr. Catalina Foothills

Gustavo Acosta, Sr. Nogales

Jens Benedict, Jr. Catalina Foothills


Colton Boone, Jr. Douglas

Jackson Rose, Fr. Marana

Kiran Glenn, Sr. Mountain View

Raymundo Ruiz, Sr. Nogales

Joey Herron, Jr. Sabino

Austin Rabenneck, So. Catalina Foothills

Luis Romero, Jr. Nogales


Finn Meister, Catalina Foothills

Wyatt Charnoki, Salpointe

Chase Pickering, Salpointe

Tyler Tosca, Catalina Foothills

Jackson Rose, Marana

Griffin Wedman, Sabino


Ryan Schultz, Canyon del Oro

David Martinez, Jr., Tucson

Zane Moffitt, Canyon del Oro

Mark Fimbres, Cienega

Diego Acosta, Nogales

Alan Philemore, Desert View

Dylan Maynard, Sahuarita



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