2017 PAG METER/940 ESPN ALL VALLEY ALL STAR SOFTBALL 1st TEAM

PAG METER 940 ESPN 1st TEAM ALL VALLEY ALL STARS

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Kristen Arias, junior, Edison Tigers

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One of the best hitting catchers in the state has verbally committed to play at San Jose State. Kristen hit .590 with 12 doubles, 2 triples, 2 Hr’s with 41 RBI’s.

Taja Felder, sophomore, Clovis East T Wolves
The TRAC hitter of the year with a .537 average, 5 home runs, 7 doubles and 30 RBI’s and she has 2 years left at CE!

Jessenia Castillo, junior, Monache Marauders
Always came up with the big hit for the division 2 section champions. In the championship game she went 3 for 4 with a triple, double and 2 RBI’s. She ended up hitting .514 with 18 doubles, 9 home runs, 5 triples, and 53 RBI’s.

Julianna Martinez, senior, Clovis West Golden Eagles
The City-County All Star has one of the best left handed swings in the valley. Next stop will be Cal St Northridge.

Katie Jackson, senior, Buchanan Bears
The City-County All Star and was the MVP of the game.  had a tremendous career for the Bears and can swing it!

Emily Puente, junior, Clovis Cougars
The TRAC All Star was big part of the Cougars winning the Valley Championship.

Samantha Arenas, sophomore, Central Grizzlies
Hit 348 with 6 doubles, 1 HR and 17 RBI’s.

Emilee Lear, senior, Clovis East T Wolves
Hit .397, with 3 HR’s, 1 triple and 5 doubles.

Danielle Humphrey, senior, Clovis North Broncos
City-County All Star and one was voted the Jenny Eller award winner. One of the best catchers in the valley. The Broncos team leader on a very young team

Sofia Garcia, senior, Fresno High Warriors
A huge reason why the Warriors were so good with Sofia in the circle. 1.86 ERA in 128 innings. Also hit .394 with a homer

Ava Wojewoda, freshman, Coalinga Horned Toads
A star was born after hitting .439 with 6 home runs, 9 doubles, 16 stolen bases and 44 RBI’s.

Sydney Kuma, sophomore, Caruthers Blue Raiders
Sydney doesn’t get to see a lot of pitches playing in division 5. She walked 33 times and still hit .613, with 5 HR’s, 6 doubles and 19 RBI’s. The sophomore has already committed to play softball at Georgia.

Vanessa Ortiz, senior, Reedley Pirates
The Pirates ace was big helping her team win the NYL. Finished with a 9-3 record and at the plate she hit .457 and a homer.

Jocelyn Simon, senior, Sunnyside Wildcats
Outstanding year for the City-County All star power hitter. Hit .514, with 6 triples, 7 doubles, 7 Home runs and 43 RBI’s.

Vanessa Hernandez, junior, Sanger Apaches
CMAC hitter of the year with a .595 average, 13 doubles, 8 home runs with 31 RBI’s.

Melina Anguiano, sophomore, Bullard Knights
The Knights ace and she will be tough to beat the next 2 years for the CMAC champions.

Molly Millar, sophomore, Buchanan Bears
One of the best in the valley in the circle. She won a valley championship her freshman year. She always make the Bears tough to beat.

Logan Kolehmainen, senior, Bullard Knights
The City-County All Star had one heck of a career for the Knights. Next stop will be the Fairleigh Dickinson Knights.

Mackenzie Byrd, senior, Clovis Cougars
The TRAC All Star had an outstanding career for the Clovis Cougars winning 2 valley championship rings.

Alexa Gonzalez, sophomore, Reedley Pirates
Hit .433 with 6 doubles and 2 triples

Desiree Reyes, senior, Edison Tigers
The City-County All Star hit .612, with 12 doubles, 2 triples, 5 home runs and 29 RBI’s.

Taylor Brooks, junior, Madera Coyotes
Plenty of speed with 24 stolen bases. Hit .429 and scored 30 runs

Savannah Garcia, sophomore, Madera South Stallions
Very tough out that hit .447 and scored 27 runs.

Stephanie Herring, junior, Sanger Apaches
Hit .448, with 5 doubles, 2 triples, 2 home runs and 22 RBI’s.

Aly Cerda, junior, Selma Bears
The Central Sequoia MVP and one of the best catchers for the division 4 section champions. hit .371 with a .500 on-base percentage and a .774 slugging percentage. She had 7 doubles and 6 home runs while driving in 30 runs.

Anni Raley, junior, Buchanan Bears
One of the best Catchers in the valley

Hailey Garcia, sophomore, Selma Bears
The Central Sequoia pitcher of the year going 14-2 with a 1.43 ERA, striking out 96 in 102 1/3 innings while allowing 66 hits for the division 4 section champions.

Alexa Garcia, sophomore, Dinuba Emperors
Hit .433 with 11 doubles, 1 HR’s, 3 triples and 25 RBI’s.

Brittney Espinosa, junior, Central Grizzlies
Hit .348 with 19 RBI’s and will one of the top hitters in 2018

Kaily Manning, sophomore, Dinuba Emperors
Outstanding sophomore year hitting 6 HR’s, 6 doubles and led the Emperors with 30 RBI’s.

Corinne Acosta, sophomore, Exeter Monarchs
The Central Sequoia league All Star was a tough out who Hit .512, with 13 stolen bases.

Julieanna, Rocha, junior, Exeter Monarchs
Hit .444, 1 HR, 7 doubles, 2 triples, 14 stolen bases and 30 RBI’s

Ashley Kincaid, junior, Clovis Cougars
Ashley was a gamer and always came up with the big hit including the game winning RBI in the 7th inning giving the Cougars the valley Championship win over Central 2-1.

Samantha Lizaola, junior, Immanuel Eagles
Sam didn’t get many pitches to hit because the Eagles struggled but when she did, she hit .571.

Sarah Gonzalez, senior, Kingsburg Vikings
Had a fantastic career for the Vikings. This year she hit .402 with 3 homers, 9 doubles and 21 RBI’s. Next stop will be with the Bowling Green University Falcons.

Alexis Garcia, sophomore, Orange Cove Titans
The East Sierra League MVP and the Titans are in good hands the next 2 years. She threw 112 innings and was 13-5 with a 1.93 ERA on a very young team.

Payton Paz, junior, Dos Palos Broncos
A big bat in the Broncos line up hitting .494 with 10 doubles, 9 home runs and 37 RBI’s.

Haleigh Hutton, senior, Stockdale Mustangs
The Southwest Yosemite League MVP .500 batting average (43 for 86) with 8 home runs, and 43 RBIs.

Samantha Martinez, senior, Wasco Tigers
Led the Tigers to a share of the South Sequoia League title with a 24-4 record and 1.81 ERA. Threw every pitch of the season for Wasco, striking out 226 batters in 166 innings. The SSL co-MVP also batted .460.

Mariah Mazon, senior, Mission Oak Hawks
The East Yosemite League MVP with a 18-7 record and 289 strikeouts and 0.38 ERA. At the plate, hit .418, 5 doubles, 6 HR’s, with 26 RBI. Next stop will be Oregon State.

Dani Salinas, junior, Garces Rams
One of the best catchers in the south valley and had a .450 batting average with 11 homers and 39 RBI’s.

Aryanna Gonzalez, sophomore, Reedley Pirates
Hit .463 with 8 doubles, 1 triple and 2 home runs.

Cheyenne Hornbuckle, junior, Stockdale Mustangs
Can flat out hit with speed and only a junior! Scored 46 runs, and hit .489 with 4 home runs, 11 doubles and drove in 24 runs.

Heather Ayerza, freshman, Clovis North Broncos
Runner up for Pag Meter underclassman of the year. A star was born and Heather will be one of the best players the next 3 years.

Una Abarquez, senior, Tehachapi Warriors
The Warriors ace went 12-2 with a 1.77 ERA and hit .408 with 11 doubles at the plate.

Vanessa Barron, senior, Stockdale Mustangs
Outstanding year with 47 hits while batting .480. The first-team SWYL 3rd baseman also hit 7 home runs, a team-high 37 RBIs and also had 4 triples. Next stop Delaware State.

Aariyana Egan, junior, Independence Falcons
A big part of the division 3 section championship run for the Falcons. Hit .479 (46 for 96) and led the Falcons with 6 home runs, 6 triples, 35 RBIs and scored 42 runs.
Chelsea Ramos, senior, Monache Marauders
Senior leader and captain behind the plate for the division 2 champions. Had 45 RBi’s with 11 doubles

Teya Vincent, junior, Dos Palos Broncos
Outstanding shortstop and QB on the field. She hit .448 with 13 doubles, 6 triples and 6 home runs.

Izzy Nieblas, sophomore, Stockdale Mustangs
Was the glue in the infield for the Mustangs at 1st base. She hit .394 with 4 home runs and 34 RBIs.

Katie Reisdorfer, senior, Washington Union Panthers
One of the best to ever play at Washington Union and next stop will be Jamestown University. She hit .474 with 3 homers, 7 doubles and 3 triple.

Olivia Ortlieb, senior, Taft Wildcats
Outstanding career at Taft and next stop will be George Washington University (D.C.) Plenty of speed and maybe the best outfielder in the valley with zero errors. She had a .476 average with 12 doubles, 9 triples and scored 44 runs.

Janessa Jasso, sophomore, Dos Palos Broncos
You better know by now who Janessa Jasso is because she is one of the best pitchers in the valley. Her ERA was 0.68, 164 innings with 275 K’s. At the plate she hit .467 with 7 doubles.

Mackenzie Soper, junior, Edison Tigers
Hit .396, with a whopping 12 home runs, 8 doubles with 41 RBI’s.

Allie Shaw, senior, Independence Falcons
The ace of the division 3 champions and captain. she batted .389 with 6 home runs and 35 RBIs and was 10-2 with a 1.87 ERA, including the win in the title game against Kerman.

Arianna Castillo, junior, Bullard Knights
The CMAC defensive player of the year is one of the best shortstops in the valley.

Kaitlyn Coffman, junior, Mt Whitney Pioneers
A very tough out and teams stop pitching to Kaitlyn. WYL most valuable player hit .654 batting average with 53 hits, 39 runs scored and 24 RBI’s

Aaliyah Cuevas, senior, Madera Coyotes
The senior leader hit .437 with 13 doubles, 2 homers and 25 RBI’s.

Allison Miller, junior, Liberty Patriots

hit .440, scored 29 runs scored, 9 stolen bases and 3 triples and 17 RBIs.

Avery Fitch, junior, Chowchilla, Tribe
Tremendous junior year hitting .519, with 14 doubles, 3 triples, 1 HR and 40 RBI’s.

Valerie Ornelas, freshman, Madera Coyotes
Outstanding outfielder that led the Coyotes with 33 RBI’s. Hit 6 triples, 5 doubles and 4 home runs.

Erin Askins, junior, Tehachapi Warriors
The SYL MVP led the Warriors to a tie for the league title with team highs in batting average .577, scored(40 runs, 13 doubles, 6 triples, 8 home runs and 32 RBIs.

Talia Nielson, sophomore, Liberty Patriots
The Patriots have their ace for the next 2 years. She threw 94 innings with a 1.70 ERA with 130 K’s. She also hit 3.94 with 17 RBI’s.

 

Aubrie Walker, freshman, Coalinga Horned Toads
A star was born playing for the division 5 section champions hitting .430 with 12 doubles, 2 triples, 3 HR’s, 11 stolen bases and 27 RBI’s.

Reagan Hamilton, freshman, Taft Wildcats
Another great Wildcat star behind the plate after hitting . 459 with 7 doubles, 1 triple, 5 homers and 31 RBI’S.

Nicole Price, senior, Independence Falcons
Team leader that Hit .490 with 28 stolen bases, scored 31 runs, 11 doubles and 31 RBI’S.

Taylor Palacios, junior, Liberty Patriots
A very good hitter with a .500 average, 8 doubles and 33 RBI’s.

Delaney Snyder, junior, Frontier Titans
Hit .400 with 3 homers, 10 doubles and 26 RBI’s

Sadi Hartman, junior, Kern Valley Broncs
A very good year for the Broncs catcher after hitting .494 with 6 doubles, 10 home runs and 42 RBI’s.

Jessica Munoz, junior, Independence Falcons
Hit .500 for the division 3 section champions with 9 doubles, 2 triples and 25 RBI’s.

Aaliyah Cuevas, senior, Madera Coyotes
The senior leader Hit .437 with 13 doubles, 2 homers, 21 stolen bases and 25 RBI’s.

Ashley McIrvin, sophomore, Tehachapi Warriors
Big sophomore year hitting 7 home runs, 11 doubles, 1 triples, 13 stolen bases and a .471 batting average

Marissa Moran, senior, Stockdale Mustangs
Team leader hit .439 with 18 doubles, 4 homers, 4 triples, 35 RBI’s.

 

Annie Arriola, junior, Garces Rams
Hit .481 with 8 home runs, 1 triple and 29 RBI’s.

Reece Hamilton, senior, Taft Wildcats
Wildcats team leader and hit .475 with 2 HR’S, and 24 RBI’S.

Allie Dobbs, senior, Wasco Tigers
Big year hitting .539 with 18 doubles, 8 home runs, 3 triples, and 46 RBI’s.

Emma Mulligan, sophomore, Reedley Pirates
The leader in the clubhouse for 2018 NYL player of the year. She hit .530, 16 stolen bases with 8 doubles, 4 triples and 3 home runs.

Brianna Acosta, sophomore, Highland Scots
Hit .418 with 13 doubles and 25 RBI’s

Brianna Leasure, senior, pitcher, Hanford West Huskies
The Huskies ace went 12-3 with a 1.57 ERA. 87 K’s in 76 innings.

Allison Heffley, sophomore, Hanford West Huskies
The sophomore catcher hit .446 with 4 homers, 3 doubles, 3 triples and 28 RBI’s

Taylor Tito, senior, Kern Valley Broncs
Team leader with plenty of speed. Hit .539, scored 44 runs with 30 stolen bases

Jordyn Macias, junior, infielder, Hanford West Huskies
Will be one of the best hitters in the valley in 2018. This year she hit .530 with 11 home runs, 10 doubles and 38 RBI’s.

Jessie Maciel, junior, Madera South Stallions
Hit .455 with 8 doubles and led the team with 17 RBI’s.

Megan Ambriz, senior, Lemoore Tigers
Team leader and hit .480 with 9 doubles and 20 RBI’s.

Emily Ibarra, sophomore, Redwood Rangers
The WYL All Star hit .471 with 8 doubles, 3 triples, 3 home runs and led the team 29 RBI’s.
Samantha Alvarez, junior, Kern Valley Broncs
Played great at shortstop and hit .500 with, 2 HR’s, 5 triples, 8 doubles, 42 RBI’s,

A.J. Huerta, junior, Redwood Rangers
Hit .472 with 3 home runs, 9 doubles and 27 RBI’s.

 

Shania Burrell, senior, Tulare Western Mustangs
EYL All Star and hit .430, with 18 doubles, 1 HR, 1 triple and 23 RBI’s.

Marissa Gutierrez, sophomore, Firebaugh Eagles
Led the valley with 42 stolen bases. Hit .475, scored 35 runs, 10 doubles, 4 triples, 25 RBI’s and 4 home runs.

Chloe Rivas, junior, Monache Marauders
The Marauders ace will be up for player of the year in 2018 after going 20-2 with a 1.16 ERA, 139 innings pitched with 201 strikeouts. At the plate she hit .435 with 5 home runs, 5 triples, 12 doubles and 44 RBI’s for the division 2 champions. We are talking superstar in 2018!

Mya Felder, junior, Clovis East T Wolves
Hit .483, with 4 homers, 11 doubles and 19 RBI’s.

Stephanie Certvantes, senior, Mendota Aztecs
Big senior year for the Aztecs ace who also fired a 5-hitter in the division 6 championship game.

2 thoughts

  1. Danielle lung one Valley Championship as a freshman throwing a no-hitter. Won the valley Championship as a junior. NiCE All-American as a junior and no mention?

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