FROM THE VAULT: CIF-SS approves major playoff realignmentA player’s chance at being named All-CIF increases if his team has a strong showing in the playoffs, Kelly said, and this year’s system ushered five area teams (four Foothill League teams as well as Santa Clarita Christian) into the postseason, four of which advanced to at least the second round. “The new alignment has helped greatly,” Kelley said. Saugus, which lost in the CIF-SS Division 6 quarterfinals, had the second-most selections with four. Daniel Gilmartin (receiver), Chasen Hardy (offensive line), Coleman Vanderhorst (defensive back) and Blake Walkowiak (defensive line) each made the cut. Gilmartin had 517 receiving yards in 11 games and co-Foothill Defensive Player of the Year Walkowiak had 19 tackles as well as four sacks. Vanderhorst broke the Centurion record for single-season interceptions with seven. Foothill League champion Valencia (Division 2) had three selections in running back Moises Haynes, defensive back Mykael Wright and defensive lineman Ben Seymour. Haynes was the Vikings’ leading rusher with 1,682 yards. He ran for 22 touchdowns, while Wright had seven interceptions for 53 yards. Seymour, a co-Foothill Defensive Player of the Year, made 20 tackles for loss and had nine sacks. Hart and SCCS each had two selections of their own. The Indians’ AJ Stanley, who broke the program record for career interceptions with 15, was named as a defensive back and co-Foothill Defensive Player of the Year Charles Ike was named as a linebacker in Division 3. “We had two outstanding players that made it there,” said Hart coach Mike Herrington. “Both were excelling for us and had excellent careers at Hart and I‘m very proud of them.” The Cardinals’ Jacob Moss earned recognition for the second consecutive year as a receiver in Division 13. Tyler Kalinske was recognized as a defensive back.