This group of the state’s all-time greatest Top 30 softball teams begins with No. 16 Bullard of Fresno 1999 and ends with No. 30 Charter Oak (West Covina) 1993. See which other teams were selected and featured from No. 16 through No. 30 in this expanded, updated version of this feature. You’ll need to be...
Despite her team losing in its final game, the Mission Viejo graduated senior had a better season than she did when she was the State Junior of the Year and a national player of the year by Gatorade. She wins in one of the most difficult Ms. Softball State Player of the Year picks in […]
It’s not a huge shock that the 2012 State Sophomore of the Year and the 2013 State Junior of the Year gets the numero uno position among California prep softball players this season, but nonetheless it wasn’t a slam dunk choice, either.
It’s time to get ready to choose the 32nd annual Cal-Hi Sports all-state softball teams. This first step is to post our first list of nominees. Don’t get mad if someone you think is missing. Just send us a nomination. There are 1,200 schools in our state and we’re doing baseball at the same time.
Two of nine that have been chosen among the finalists for this year’s top individual award in California prep softball (an honor that goes back to the 1970s) are from the same team. Four of the nine were absolutely scintillating in last weekend’s CIF Southern Section Division I and Division II finals.
St. Francis goes back to the top in baseball despite bizarre No. 3 seeding for CCS Open Division. Softball’s leaders remain Amador Valley, Mitty and Alhambra. We produce these rankings in support of the Cal-Hi Sports Bay Area TV show, which airs live on KUSI Channel 20 in San Francisco on Sunday nights.
Each team gets broken down in this post from No. 1 Mission Viejo down through new No. 20 El Camino Real of Woodland Hills. A list of teams on the bubble is added as well. The rankings do not include any results from this week. Get your Gold Club membership today to check it out...
The Rocket has got it Just like he does at every Amador Valley (Pleasanton) game the Cal-Hi Sports Caravan has covered the past four years, Robbie, the world’s greatest Dons softball fan, starts his loud banter in the top of the first inning and doesn’t stop until star UCLA-bound pitcher Johanna Grauer records the final […]
Amador Valley wins Michelle Carew Classic Archbishop Mitty wins third-straight Livermore Stampede The top two Bay Area and Northern California players and early Ms. Softball State Player of the Year candidates each came through big-time in leading their respective teams to tournament titles in the top two California softball tournaments. Amador Valley of Pleasanton UCLA-bound […]
Michelle Carew Classic and Livermore Stampede semifinals set Northern California’s Amador Valley and Alhambra make mark at Carew while Los Alamitos goes the distance Archbishop Mitty, California and Pleasant Grove undefeated at Livermore Stampede Its been a bit of a rough start for Los Alamitos this season after they lost their first two games at […]