At the plate, Brooks hit .429 with 36 hits, 23 RBI, seven doubles, five home runs and 22 runs scored.
"Caitlyn turned out to be just a phenomenal freshman," said Burbank Coach Nicole Drabecki, whose team went 23-6, 11-3. "I'm just so excited to see her growth and her development throughout the year."
Hooper hit .467 with 42 hits, 39 RBI and 11 home runs. In addition, the senior scored 45 runs, had a .533 on-base percentage and a .967 slugging percentage.
"Katie Hooper came back from shoulder surgery in the fall and I thought she did a remarkable job coming off a surgery like that," Drabecki said. "Both Katie and Caitlyn definitely carried our team."
For Crescenta Valley (20-7, 11-3), Cookson batted a robust .731 (49 for 67) with an area-leading 16 home runs and 53 RBI. She contributed five doubles, five triples and scored 41 runs and helped the Falcons qualify for the playoffs.
"Getting on the first team is something that's fully deserved," Crescenta Valley Coach Mark Samford said. "There wasn't anything bad about her season.
"She carried the load, led by example and hit the ball wherever it was pitched."
Lacey also fared well for the Falcons. She batted .515 (34 for 66) with three doubles and a pair of triples. She drove in 15 runs and scored 30.
"She provided us with a lot of leadership and was a four-year varsity player," Samford said. "She did what we asked her to batting second.
"Behind the plate, she caught two pitchers with no varsity experience. She handled that role very well."
For Hoover, Williams, a junior shortstop, was named to the first team for the third season in a row. She batted .478 (33 for 69) with four home runs and 25 RBI. Williams also scored 20 runs, stole nine bases and notched eight doubles and five triples for the Tornadoes (9-16, 4-10 for sixth place).