This collection of 30 players represents the best of the best in California for 2013, regardless of year in school or size of school. Several of them also have earned career listings in the Cal-Hi Sports state record book.
Extremely close race for the Cal-Hi Sports Ms. Softball State Player of the Year honor goes to the girl with the most speed. Norco’s Kylie Reed, headed to Cal, also is the best we’ve seen in person as a slap-hitting, left-handed leadoff hitter.
Three super sophomores just did too much and are all among this year’s final group of possible State Players of the Year. One will be named no later than Tuesday, June 25.
Inland Empire makes it four in a row with Santiago of Corona’s selection for this season. Others named are Chino (D2), Sierra of Manteca (D3), Aquinas of San Bernardino (D4) and Port of Los Angeles (D5).
The 8-2 triumph over Norco in the Division I final on Saturday night also will give the Sharks the state’s final No. 1 ranking for the second time in three seasons. James Logan of Union City will be No. 2 after winning its own section title on Saturday. In CIFSS D2 final, Chino blanks Lakewood […]
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Five newcomers from the preseason rankings, led by Great Oak of Temecula, make their mark as many of the preseason ranked teams have early losses. Mater Dei of Santa Ana holds on to final spot in this week’s list.
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.