By Bill Tamburrino
The Bulldog girls softball team placed seven players on the All Valley League softball team.
Kailey Hill, Amber Davis and Christina Barrameda were selected to the first team by the league’s coaches. All three are juniors.
Hill pitched and played shortstop. She hit .425 with seven home runs, two triples, eight doubles, and drove in 32 runs. Hill was the work horse of the pitching staff. She recorded eight wins and struck out 176 in 124 innings with an ERA of 1.12. She stole four bases.
Davis played third base and hit .424 with one home run, four triples, six doubles and drove in 13 runs. She stole five bases.
Barrameda played shortstop and outfield. She hit .310 with a triple, five doubles and drove in six runs.
Junior Jazmin Simone and seniors Kenzie Wright and Adrianna Johnson were selected to the second team.
Simone played outfield and hit .381 with two doubles and five RBIs. Wright played first base and hit .257. Johnson was a designated hitter and played outfield. She hit .341 with two home runs, three triples, six doubles, and drove in 15 runs.
Senior Julie Ward earned honorable mention. Ward pitched and played outfield. She hit .323 with a triple, seven doubles, and drove in 20 runs. As a pitcher she had a 2.72 ERA with three wins and 33 strikeouts in 36 innings.