SInce the top five remained the same and there were only two new teams for this week’s rankings, it may be the calm before the storm with big tournaments coming up this weekend. Unfortunately, storms may greatly impact all of these upcoming events, including the Michelle Carew Classic and Livermore Stampede. Note: All of our remaining...
It didn’t matter if it was in Anaheim Hills or Livermore, there was too much wet weather last weekend throughout the state. As a result, both the Michelle Carew Classic and Livermore Stampede, two of the state’s top in-season softball tournaments, were severely curtailed.
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.
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 Report Amador Valley survives while Archbishop Mitty wins a shorty The Michelle Carew Classic in Anaheim was in its second day of play on Thursday with Amador Valley seeing its first action after not playing on the first day. Amador Valley (Pleasanton) ace and UCLA-bound Johanna Grauer came into […]
What to do with Carew tournament finalists Pacifica and Yorba Linda? We finally make the move of the duo to No. 9 and No. 10. Also going in as newcomers this week are Lakewood and Soquel.