Coaching milestones also are included in this week’s honor roll for the best individual accomplishments in both baseball and softball. Sophomore Kyle Molnar of Aliso Niguel and senior Stacy Cavazos from Patriot of Riverside among those singled out.
Jack Bauer of ‘24’ isn’t listed, but Jake Bauers of Huntington Beach Marina sure is. Best of baseball and softball also includes Mountain View St. Francis baseball pitcher with first perfect game in school history plus amazing hitting totals for Wheatland’s McIntyre and San Diego Mira Mesa’s Mauga.
Best of baseball and softball include pitcher from San Ramon who helps team end unbeaten dream for Livermore Granada. Plus, QB with 24 TD passes last fall pitches second no-hitter and girl who hits 13th and 14th homers of the season.
Best of baseball and softball include Cypress player who pitched a no-hitter and hit two doubles, another girls slugger from Carson named Tautalafua and a girl who has hit more triples than made outs for the season.
One SoCal baseball player and a NorCal softball standout join the 30,000 or so names in our record book files. Mitty baseball coach and Corona softball coach reach 600-win mark as well. Our stat stars feature begins a new focus of tracking upcoming milestones and honoring performances that make our exclusive state record book.
Congrats to Reggie Morris Jr. of Redondo Union for winning a third section title with three different teams in boys basketball. This feature begins a new focus of tracking upcoming milestones and honoring performances that make our exclusive state record book. State stat stars included as well.
Congrats to Stanford-bound Erica McCall, state’s new all-time career leader in girls hoops for blocked shots. This week’s honor roll also includes baseball, softball players for the first time.
McDonald’s All-Americans Isaac Hamilton and Kelsey Plum enjoy big outings during a big week, but the biggest news comes from Reseda’s Ahlisha Henderson, who has moved past Cheryl Miller to No. 2 on the all-time single-season state rebounding list.
Ripon’s Ruth Waters helps girls team snap Modesto Christian’s 98-game league win streak. Briteesha Solomon also re-emerges with 48-point night. Among best of boys is Burlingame’s Connor Haupt, who tied school record held by 2004-05 State Athlete of the Year.
Sacramento Country Day player frolics for 53, Holiday handles his business with 48 and Bald scalds foe for 46 to lead the boys. Best of girls includes Berkeley’s Howard and Fresno Edison’s Sims.