SECOND TEAM

PITCHERS

CANDICE BAKER; CYPRESS; SO.

Baker, one of the county's hardest throwers, struck out 196 in 122 innings. She finished 12-6 with a 0.17 ERA, allowing a hit about every 3 2/3 innings for 19-7 Centurions.

EMILY HIVELY; TROY; SO.

Minus the strikeouts, Hively's raw numbers weren't far from Kennedy's Michelle Turner. They led to a 17-6 record with a 0.24 ERA, and only 11 walks in 177 innings.

DIANA LA RIVA; TUSTIN; JR.

La Riva threw one of the county's best rise balls, and it resulted in almost a 2:1 strikeouts-to-innings-pitched ratio, 207 in 119 innings. Had a 13-2 record with 0.02 ERA.

CARRIE WISEN; SONORA; SR.

Headed for Notre Dame, Wisen was a major player for Sonora, going 19-8 with a 0.69 ERA. She also batted .400 with 18 RBIs and scored 11 runs.

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FIRST BASEMAN

JAMI WEDDLE; RANCHO ALAMITOS; SR.

Also played catcher but a first baseman naturally. Weddle is going to Southern Illinois at Carbondale after batting .451 with nine homers, 33 RBIs and 23 runs.

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INFIELDERS

STEPHANIE CHURCHWELL; EL TORO; FR.

Got the attention of opponents, who were victimized by shortstop Churchwell's .481 average. She also scored 28 runs and had 11 RBIs.

NORRELLE DICKSON; EL MODENA; SO.

Sophomore shortstop's aggressive play helped El Modena reach Division III finals. Dickson batted .454 in leadoff spot with 25 runs, 25 steals in 26 attempts and 11 RBIs.

MALLORIE LENN; PACIFICA; JR.

One of the most powerful hitters in the county, Lenn batted .379 with 25 RBIs and 24 runs scored while playing third base for the fifth-ranked Mariners.

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OUTFIELDERS

JENNY DOEZIE; FOUNTAIN VALLEY; SR.

Center fielder bound for St. Paul batted leadoff and had 22 stolen bases. Was key element in fourth-ranked Barons' success, batting .300 and scoring 25 runs.

KIM MILLER; VALENCIA; SR.

Louisville-bound center fielder batted .505 with 28 runs and 11 RBIs in leadoff spot. Had a .628 on-base average in the first inning. Stole 32 bases in 35 attempts.

ERIN MOBLEY; FOOTHILL; SR.

Second-team infielder last season, will attend Northwestern. She fielded 1.000 with nine assists in right field, batted .398 with 20 runs and nine RBIs.

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CATCHER

JAMIE DOTSON; FOOTHILL; JR.

Got a late start after an automobile injury, but shared team high with 21 RBIs and .341 average. Also had 14 assists and only 12 runners attempted to steal against her.

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DESIGNATED HITTER

CHEZARE SIEVERS; ALISO NIGUEL; JR.

Outstanding second baseman is also one of the county's top hitters, batting .427 with 19 RBIs, 11 runs and 30 stolen bases.

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UTILITY

ELIZABETH BENDIG; FOOTHILL; SR.

Pitcher/shortstop batted .323 with 12 runs and 17 RBIs, and contributed in pitching circle with 8-0 record and 0.52 ERA. Will attend Stanford.

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