All-State Softball: 2nd Team, 3rd Team

Carlee Wallace (left) transferred to Valhalla of El Cajon and remained among best players in the CIF San Diego Section. Caitlin Brooks of Burbank (right) is regarded as among top junior college prospects in the nation. Photos: Student Sports.

Carlee Wallace (left) transferred to Valhalla of El Cajon and remained among the best players in the CIF San Diego Section. Caitlin Brooks of Burbank (right) is regarded as among the top junior college prospects in the nation. Photos: Student Sports.


The 32nd annual all-state teams package for softball also includes 30 players named second team overall plus 35 more who are third team. The third team, however, is only for seniors and only for large schools.

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If you are chosen to any of the Cal-Hi Sports all-state teams, you should consider yourself an “all-state” player. Whether it’s first team overall, second team overall, third team, underclass, medium schools or small schools, to be on any of these teams should be considered an honor.

California remains, after all, the greatest state in the nation (by far) for softball and is still the worldwide leader. Let’s just hope that softball gets added back into the Olympics so a future U.S.A. team can show that once again.

With that said, congratulations to the following 2014 Cal-Hi Sports all-state softball second team members as well as third team:

Coach and trainer Chris Asher works with state stat stars and players from state-ranked teams of all ages, helping them to improve their speed, quickness and agility. He is based in Hollywood, also has a role with the UCLA track program and serves athletes within many miles of his location. For more about him, CLICK HERE. For more about his Gold Medal Excellence training program, CLICK HERE.

Coach and trainer Chris Asher works with state stat stars and players from state-ranked teams of all ages, helping them to improve their speed, quickness and agility. He is based in Hollywood, also has a role with the UCLA track program and serves athletes within many miles of his location. For more about him, CLICK HERE. For a video about his Gold Medal Excellence training program, CLICK HERE.

Second Team Catchers

Chelsea Johnson (Poly, Riverside) Sr.
Rachael Metzger (Garces, Bakersfield) Sr.

Second Team Pitchers

Caitlin Brooks (Burbank) Jr.
Hayley Copeland (Esperanza, Anaheim) Sr.
Katie Kibby (Vacaville) Soph.
Sydni Overly (North, Torrance) Sr.
Paige Von Sprecken (Yorba Linda) Sr.
Allie Walljasper (Sierra, Manteca) Sr.

Second Team Infield

Alysha Everett (Mission Viejo) Sr.
Nichole Fry (Santiago, Corona) Jr.
Hannah Gilliland (Cathedral Catholic, San Diego) Sr.
Samantha Glantz (Oaks Christian, Westl. Vill.) Sr.
Paige Halstead (Los Osos, Rancho Cucamonga) Jr.
Ashleigh Hughes (Antelope) Sr.
Dominique Jackson (Pleasant Valley, Chico) Jr.
Grayce Majam (Mountain Empire, Pine Valley) Sr.
Brooke Marquez (Pacifica, Garden Grove) Sr.
Aria Pogni (Tamalpais, Mill Valley) Sr.
Taylor Swearingen (Canyon, Anaheim) Sr.
Carlee Wallace (Valhalla, El Cajon) Sr.

For the last two seasons, Yorba Linda's Paige Von Sprecken has been among the toughest pitchers to face in Orange County. Photo: Courtesy school.

For the last two seasons, Yorba Linda’s Paige Von Sprecken has been among the toughest pitchers to face in Orange County. Photo: Courtesy school.


Second Team Outfield

McKenna Arriola (El Camino Real) Sr.
Zoe Casas (Aquinas, San Bernardino) Sr.
Aireal Sakasegawa (Notre Dame, Salinas) Sr.
Jessica Scroggin (Lakewood) Sr.
Taylon Snow (Chino Hills) Fr.

Second Team Multi-Purpose

Natalie Calderas (Jurupa Hills, Fontana) Sr.
Holly Geranen (Leland, San Jose) Sr.
Patricia Parks (Chino Hills) Sr.
Janine Petmecky (Poly, Riverside) Sr.
Selina Ta’amilo (Vista Murrieta, Murrieta) Sr.

Third Team
(35 players; alphabetical; seniors only and large schools only since underclass, medium and small schools players all have been previously honored)

Both Chanler Powell and teammate Danielle Kranz gained all-state recognition after leading Benicia to CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division II title. Photo: Powell family.

Both Chanler Powell and teammate Danielle Kranz gained all-state recognition after leading Benicia to CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division II title. Photo: Powell family.


Marialena Ahern (Los Altos) INF
Lacey Alderman (Murrieta Valley, Murrieta) P
Nychole Antillon (Mater Dei, Santa Ana) INF
Madison Clark (Clovis West, Fresno) INF
Brooke Clemetson (Charter Oak, Covina) P
Hannah Cookson (Crescenta Valley) OF
Jenna Curtan (Woodcreek, Roseville) OF
Alex Formby (Mater Dei, Santa Ana) MP
Tabitha Heinz (Granada, Livermore) INF
Kailey Hill (Ramona) P
Danielle Ingraham (Dana Hills, Dana Point) INF
Anessa Kaylor (Sheldon, Sacramento) INF
Sara Ketelsleger (Ayala, Chino Hills) INF
Danielle Kranz (Benicia) MP
Randel Leahy (Santiago, Corona) C
McKenzie Long (Los Osos, Rancho Cucamonga) INF
Alexa McCoin (Pleasant Grove, Elk Grove) MP
Chloe Melanson (Bonita, La Verne) OF
Victoria Molina (Amador Valley, Pleasanton) C
Nikki Mendoza (Salinas) OF
Taylor Misfeldt (Tracy) P
Sarai Niu (Cathedral Catholic, San Diego) INF
Chanler Powell (Benicia) INF
Kaitlyn Rider (Chatsworth) C
Rachel Rodriguez (Central, Fresno) P
Rachel Sellers (Los Alamitos) C
Kelly Spear (Oaks Christian, Westlake Village) INF
Taylor Stewart (Bellflower) Sr.
Micaela Vierra (Huntington Beach) P
Leah Wodach (Tesoro, Rancho Santa Margarita) C
Emma Wong (Torrey Pines, San Diego) OF
Maddie Wuelfing (Rocklin) MP
Shianne Ybarra (Mission Viejo) OF
Nicole Yozzo (Amador Valley, Pleasanton) OF
Victoria Zamora (El Modena, Orange) C

Mark Tennis is the publisher and co-founder of Cal-Hi Sports. He can be reached at markjtennis@gmail.com. Don’t forget to follow Mark on the Cal-Hi Sports Twitter handle: @CalHiSports


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