On the same day that Major League Baseball was announcing which players are going to this year’s All-Star Game, we were finalizing the picks for the 34th annual Cal-Hi Sports all-state first team. All of these players will be listed in the state record book, and we’ll be posting all of them later this summer.
It takes us longer to select and choose our all-state baseball teams because we’re doing softball at the same time and because we want to invite nominations from users. With that said, here are the nominees on our board as we begin the process of honoring players on the 34th annual Cal-Hi Sports all-state baseball […]
This is one of the most impressive groups of elite players to be chosen as finalists for State Player of the Year we’ve ever had and have ever encountered in more than 100 years of research. Five of the nine finalists were chosen among the first 41 in last week’s MLB Draft.
Softball home run hitters Brianna Tautalafua and Montana Dixon are closing in on records while baseball’s best includes Davis shutdown pitcher Matt Trask along with another player besides Brady Aiken who is shining at Cathedral Catholic.
It’s time to get out the list of updated, final nominees for the 33rd annual Cal-Hi Sports all-state baseball teams. We are choosing the teams later this week, but it’s still not too late for a coach or parent to send in a nomination.
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Best of baseball and softball include Cypress player who pitched a no-hitter and hit two doubles, another girls slugger from Carson named Tautalafua and a girl who has hit more triples than made outs for the season.