Softball: Career HR State List

It was reported on Friday night that Mission Viejo’s Alyssa Palomino had tied the CIF Southern Section record for career homers with her 50th. That didn’t seem correct to us, so we took some time Saturday morning going through the Cal-Hi Sports archives and files.

Although we haven’t been able to produce a printed record book since 2009, we can update certain categories when they are relevant, which is the case now as Palomino’s totals (and others) are coming up for career homers.

Here is the most up-to-date Cal-Hi Sports state record list for softball career homers (through April 3, 2015):
Record Book
Most Home Runs (Career)

53 – Alia Williams, Los Angeles Crenshaw, 2006-2009

53 – Baillie Kirker, La Crescenta Crescenta Valley, 2006-2009

53 – Darian Tautalafua, Carson, 2009-2012
50 – Shawna Wright, Lancaster, 2006-2009
50 – Alyssa Palomino, Mission Viejo, 2012-2015 (current)
47 – Lauren Chamberlain, Lake Forest El Toro, 2008-2011

47 – Breana Kostreba, Aptos, 2008-2011

47 – Tannon Snow, Chino Hills, 2012-2015 (current)

46 – Dani Gilmore, Woodland Hills El Camino Real, 2008-2011

45 – Kaila Shull, Lodi Jim Elliot Christian, 2003-2006

45 – Perelini Koria, San Pedro, 2005-2008

45 – Sierra Romero, Murrieta Vista Murrieta, 2009-2012
43 – Hannah Cookson, La Crescenta Crescenta Valley, 2011-2014
42 – Kylee Perez, Martinez Alhambra, 2011-2014
41 – Trina Harrison, Oceanside, 2005-2008

40 – Kaylea Snaer, Rowland Heights Rowland, 2010-2013
39 – Brianna Tautalafua, Carson, 2012-2014*
38 – Jennifer Lizama, Oakland Bishop O’Dowd, 1993-96

38 – Anissa Young, Bloomington, 2005-2008

38 – Taylor Edwards, Murrieta Vista Murrieta, 2006-2009

38 – Melissa Taukeiaho, Etiwanda, 2009-2012 

37 – Rachael Metzger, Bakersfield Garces, 2011-2014
35 – Kelsey Quist, Escondido Calvin Christian & San Diego Francis Parker, 2003-2006
35 – Delaney Spaulding, Etiwanda, 2010-2013
35 – Caitlyn Emberson, Taft, 2012-2015 (current)

*Notes: Brianna Tautalafua is a senior at Carson this season, but is reportedly not playing after suffering a knee injury in Carson’s last game for last season. If she was playing, her career total would have started at 39 this season based on her freshman, sophomore and junior seasons. Brianna will play next year at UCLA. Amanda Lorenz (Moorpark) has a reported career total of 34 including eight reported games so far this season.

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

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  1. Tom Voshell
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