Kali Cancelosi, Sophomore,
Pitcher, Crescenta Valley
Lainey DePompa, Junior,
Catcher, Crescenta Valley
Provided another steady season with the bat and behind the plate. The All-Pacific League first team pick, who batted .345 with seven doubles and 20 runs batted in, notched a .994 fielding percentage.
Alexis Garcia, Senior,
Utility Player, FSHA
Versatile shortstop/pitcher/catcher earned a spot on the All-Mission League first team after batting .475 with two home runs and 16 runs batted in. She also added four doubles and four triples and won two games in the circle.
Kerry Hodgins, Junior,The Pacific League first-team pick had another fine season with the Indians, who qualified for the postseason. Batted .395 with five doubles, 11 runs batted in and 27 runs scored.
Baillie Kirker, Sophomore,
Infielder, Crescenta Valley
All-CIF second-team member batted .474 with three home runs and 20 runs batted in. She scored 23 runs and made just three errors to anchor the middle of Crescenta Valley's infield.
Amy Leos, Junior,
Clubbed a team-high six home runs and drove in 14 runs to earn All-Mission League second-team accolades. Batted .410 and scored 14 runs.
Cassandra Lohman, Soph.,
All-Liberty League first-team selection batted .474 and drove in a team-high 24 runs to help Pioneers qualify for playoffs. Registered five doubles, two triples and struck out just once.
Kristin Peraza, Sophomore,
Enjoyed another fine season in leading Bulldogs to the postseason for the first time in years, striking out 245 in 135 innings. The right-hander went 14-7 with a 0.88 earned-run average and struck out 24 in two playoff contests.
Megan Schafer, Freshman,Finished with a .397 average and drove in 14 runs to secure All-Pacific League first-team honors. She hit one home run and notched three triples and scored 10 runs.
Kjirsten Speer, Senior,
Outfielder, Flintridge Prep
Two-time All-Prep League first-team pick batted .455 in league play, to go along with a .515 slugging percentage. She also drove in seven runs and scored seven runs.
Jade Terry, Senior,
Utility Player, Burroughs
Provided plenty of versatility at third base and in the circle. First-team All-Pacific League pick batted .411, and posted a 1.03 earned-run average.
Stephanie Ziemann, Soph.,
Outfielder, Crescenta Valley
Proved to be a reliable left fielder for the Falcons, as she batted .373. Finished with a .984 fielding percentage.