Zeenni was an All-CIF Southern Section Division II first-team member and was voted the league's defensive player of the year, her second straight all-league accolade.
"She became the captain of the defense, which is what we wanted her to do," Sacred Heart co-Coach Frank Pace said. "At the beginning of the year, we were calling the plays, at the end of the year, she was calling her own plays."
5 Erin Ashby, Crescenta Valley softball, junior — After next season, Ashby will head to Stanford University. Before turning her attention to her final season in a Crescenta Valley uniform, Ashby will have some time to reflect on her stellar 2010 campaign.
Ashby, a pitcher, proved she could be the Falcons' go-to athlete. Whether in the circle or at the plate, Ashby enjoyed a tremendous season after making the switch from the infield.
She batted .568 with 38 runs and 32 runs batted in. In the circle, Ashby finished 13-6 with a 1.72 earned-run average and 137 strikeouts to just 25 walks.
Ashby, tabbed the Pacific League's Player of the Year, as well as All-Area Softball Player of the Year, helped the Falcons go 18-9 and 12-2 in league.
She was a first-team All-CIF Southern Section Division III pick and a CalHiSports All-California Second-Team Underclass selection.
"She was the straw that stirred the drink in terms of keeping our program swirling in the right direction," Crescenta Valley Coach Dan Berry said.
6 Alyssa Sovereign, Crescenta Valley softball, senior — The Penn State University-bound Sovereign might have been the best defensive player in the area.