Vista Murrieta ends up being the only school with three first team players for the decade with two of those from the same family. Selecting this team also shows how great California was in the 2015 season and it was a challenge to try to get as many members of the just-named 2020 U.S. Olympic...
Among others earning top state honors are Elena Bruckner of San Jose Valley Christian (juniors), Tara Davis of Agoura (sophomores) and MaKenzie Fischer of Laguna Beach (Division III). Rebekah Cervantes from Redwood of Visalia also is second-ever State Three-Sport Athlete of the Year.
In addition to Taylor McQuillin, statewide honors also are going out to Mia Camuso from Shasta of Redding (juniors), Holly Azevedo from Pioneer of Woodland (sophs), Danielle Williams from Amador Valley of Pleasanton) (frosh), Rachel Garcia from Highland of Palmdale (medium schools) and Zoe Casas from Aquinas of San Bernardino (small schools). For more on […]
It’s true that the Cal-Hi Sports all-state honors for softball go back 32 years and this will be the 33rd, but each time we do try to improve the process. It is beginning again with this post of our first list of nominees. If someone is missing, just let us know. Note: This list is […]
Due to media requests, here’s an updated look at softball state record categories for career hits, season home runs, career home runs, career RBI and career pitching wins. It’s a who’s who of all-time California softball standouts, including 2015 record breakers Tannon Snow, Alyssa Palomino, Taylor McQuillin, Zoe Casas, Rachel Garcia, Caitlyn Emberson and more....
Announcement of the various 2014 all-state teams for baseball and softball marches on with the best of the best for medium schools and small schools in softball.
No. 1 teams heading into the section playoffs and in line for mythical divisional state crowns are Amador Valley of Pleasanton (D1), Mission Viejo (D2), Burbank (D3), Taft (D4) and St. Bonaventure of Ventura (D5).
Sophomores nab top honors for medium schools and small schools, but neither of them is the State Sophomore of the Year. Best for juniors and frosh, meanwhile, both go to the East Bay.