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Isabella Hill

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Izzy Hill of Los Alamitos High School Class of 2022
Izzy Hill playing against Laguna Beach High School at a Sunset League game
Los Alamitos girls water polo team, winners of the Claremont Water Polo Invitational Tournament including (back row) Sofia Munatones, Ashley Heeren, Joey Niz, Jennifer Connelly, Olivia Slavens, Colleen Sorenson, (middle row) Sydney Munatones, Kaelene De Bie, Isabel Valaika, Tess Ravelo, Jasmine Sandoval, (bottom row) Lindsey Harris, Shanna Davidson, Olivia Ouellette, Isabella Hill
Pacific Coast Riptide Water Polo Club 14U national Junior Olympic championship team at Stanford University on 29 July 2018

Isabella 'Izzy' Hill is a 16-year-old student-athlete from Los Alamitos, California. She is a junior water polo player and swimmer at Los Alamitos High School in Southern California in its Class of 2022. She is 4.0 GPA student since 6th grade through the present and is fully bilingual in Spanish and English. She has traveled extensively on extended visits to Peru, Mexico, Australia, France, Italy, Slovenia, and Croatia.

Aquatic Career Highlights[edit]

  • She plays for Los Alamitos High School girls varsity water polo team as an attacker and set (#14).
  • She swims for Los Alamitos High School girls swim team.
  • She was a member on the Pacific Coast Riptide Water Polo Club 14U national Junior Olympic championship team in 2018.
  • She was selected as a 2017 USA Water Polo Junior Olympics Girls 12U All-American Honorable Mention.
  • She played both year-round club soccer with United Pacific and water polo through the 8th grade.
  • She was a member of the Los Alamitos High School Girls Water Polo Varsity Team, 2018-2019 as a freshman.
  • She received the Los Alamitos High School Griffin, Girls Varsity Water Polo Coach's Award 2018-2019.
  • She was a member of the Seal Beach Junior Lifeguards Summer program and advanced to the California Regional Junior Lifeguards state finals.
  • She was a member of the Los Alamitos Aquatics Foundation team that won the 2021 Greater Ogden Winter Cup on 25-27 February 2021.

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