Martin, a senior point guard, missed most of the second-half of the season due to a couple of injuries that forced him to the bench. Still, the standout managed to be one of the county's top scorers and ended the year with a 28.3 points per game average.
Delino, a senior guard, also had a big year. He averaged 12.1 points per game overall and came on strong in league where he averaged 16.2 points per outing.
Delino also started all 29 games for the Breakers.
"I think it's a great honor for them both and well-deserved," Fleming said. "Even though he missed most of league, I think that the league coaches felt that Cheyne was heads and shoulders above the others. He just had a great year, even though injuries forced him to miss some of the season.
"As for Brian, when Cheyne went out, he stepped up and that was big for us. He sort of became our go-to guy even though we are team-oriented. He really stepped up in league play."
Named to the first team were senior forward Bob Monroe and sophomore Ryan Lawler.
Monroe averaged 6.3 points and a team second-best 6.5 rebounds per game. Lawler, despite missing the final two weeks of the season after breaking an ankle, averaged 9.8 points and a team-best seven rebounds a game.
Monroe started 28 of Laguna's 29 games. He missed the one game due to illness.
"Both had really consistent years and contributed in the areas we needed, such as post defense, rebounding and with their toughness," Fleming said. "Ryan provided athleticism that was crucial for us, especially when we went up against really athletic teams, and Bobby, toward the end of the year, really took on a key role. He had a monster game against Costa Mesa late in the year. That's a senior stepping up to be a go-to guy."