Pag Meter Division 4 Softball Rankings

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THE EXETER MONARCHS ARE THE DIVISION 4 SECTION CHAMPIONS!
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Hoover, Chavez, West, and Golden Valley moved down to division 4. Coalinga and Firebaugh moved up into division 4.

 

Dos Palos Broncos wins the Madera South Tournament

DIVISION 4 PLAYOFF BRACKETS
1st round Final scores
Top Bracket
No 1 Dos Palos (Bye)
No 8 Fresno High beat No 9 Firebaugh 7-4

No 5 Coalinga (Bye)
No 4 Fowler (Bye)

Bottom Bracket
No 3 Exeter (Bye)
No 6 Washington Union beat No 11 Chavez 10-0

No 7 Madera South beat No 10 Hoover 5-1
No 2 Chowchilla (Bye)

Quarterfinal final score
No 1 Dos Palos beat No 8 Fresno High 9-0
No 5 Coalinga beat No 4 Fowler 8-1
No 3 Exeter beat No 6 Washington Union 1-0
No 2 Chowchilla beat No 7 Madera South 7-0

SEMIFINAL FINAL SCORES
No 5 Coalinga Horned Toads beat No 1 Dos Palos 5-4 in 10 innings
No 3 Exeter Monarchs beat No 2 Chowchilla Tribe 6-3

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Katelyn Kirkman with the Section Championship Plaque

SECTION CHAMPIONSHIP Final
No 3 Exeter Monarchs beat No 5 Coalinga Horned Toads 6-0

Pag Meter Division 4 Final Softball Rankings 2018

No 1 Exeter Monarchs (26-6) (5-5 CSL) Division 4 Section Champions!
* Beat Coalinga 6-0. WP Brooklyn Blackmon, CG Shutout.
* Corinne Acosta set a new Central Section record for most hits in a single season with 73. She hit a inside the park 2-run homer in the championship game!
* Brooklyn Blackmon, 141 innings pitched, 18-6 record with a 1.09 ERA and 141 strikeouts
* Freshman Allison Paregian (.465 batting average, 26 RBIs, 8 doubles, 2 triples)
*Junior Katelyn Kirkman (.396 batting average, 33 RBIs, 7 doubles, 3 triples, homer)
*Junior Zoie Belk (.384 batting average, 18 RBIs, 4 doubles)

No 2 Coalinga Horned Toads (22-8-1) (8-2 WSL)

No 3 Dos Palos Broncos (25-3) (10-0 W Sierra Champions

Broncos Junior, Janessa Jasso has put up some of the best numbers in the state this year. With the win the right-hander improved to 25-2 this season with a 0.65 ERA. Her 25 wins is tied for third most in the state. Jasson struck out 12 batters against Fresno to bring her season total to 288 strikeouts in 159 and 2/3 innings pitched. Her 288 strikeouts rank fourth in the state.

No 4 Chowchilla Tribe (20-9) (8-2 NSL Champions)

 

No 5 Fowler Redcats (18-6) (10-0 W Seq Champions)

No 6 Washington Union Panthers (17-10-1) (7-3 NSL)

No 7 Madera South Stallions (12-17-1) (3-7 CMAC)

No 8 Fresno High Warriors (16-10-1) (7-3 NYL)

No 9 Wasco Tigers (12-8) (8-4 S Seq)

No 10 Firebaugh Eagles (12-13) (6-4 WSL)

No 11 Hoover Patriots (6-14-1) (3-7 NYL)

No 12 Chavez Titans (7-16) (4-8 S Seq)

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