8 RHS athletes named All North County

By Bill Tamburrino

Eight Ramona High School athletes have been selected to the 2012 Spring All North County Teams.

Sophomore

Kailey Hill

was honored as the 2012 All North County Softball Athlete of the Year. Hill was selected to the first team as a pitcher but was named Athlete of the Year because of her all around play and versatility.

As a pitcher, Hill had the fifth most wins in the North County with 14. She came in second in strikeouts with 187 and she posted a 1.63 ERA. At bat, she hit .425, led the North County with 11 home runs and came in tied for third with 32 RBIs.

Sophomore

Amber Davis

was selected to the second team All North County Softball Team. Davis was named as an infielder but also logged some innings as catcher. She was tied for fifth in the North County with six home runs and hit a .431 on the year.

Senior

Jackson Willeford

was selected to the first team on the All North County baseball team as an infielder. He hit .398 and came in second in the home run derby with 11 round trippers. He was sixth in North County with 28 RBIs.

Senior

Christian Rajcic

earned a spot on the All North County Golf first team based on his third place finish in the CIF individual tournament and his lowest scoring average of 35.4, five strokes under par on the season, in Palomar League play.

Sophomore

Garrett Glaudini

made the second team All North County swim team for the 500 freestyle and Junior

Gina Lucas

was selected to the second team for IM.

Senior

Garrett Adelman

was named to the first team All North County Volleyball team and senior teammate

Kenny Lawler

was selected to the second team.

Ramona High School’s athletic teams won .195 of its games in the 2011-2012 school year and finished 21st out of 23 schools in the North County Conference. The winning average is based on league wins.

The boys’ teams had a .276 winning average which was the 20th out of 23 North County Conference schools in league play.

The girls’ teams had a .113 winning average and were 22 out of 23 schools in the North County Conference in league action.

Next year all of Ramona’s athletic teams will compete in the Valley League except football which will compete in the Palomar League.

   
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