Dos Pueblos’ Hannah Harris and Chloe Madill were named to the Southern Section’s All-CIF Division 4 Team, it was announced on Tuesday.
Garden Grove’s Jasmine Antunez is the division MVP.
Harris and Madill were leading contributors to the Chargers’ 25-4 team that was stopped in the CIF quarterfinals by La Habra.
Harris, who was the division’s Most Valuable Player as a junior, completed her senior season with an era of .053 in 172 innings. The Fresno State commit totaled 180 strikeouts in the pitcher’s circle and hit for a team-best .488 average in the batter’s box.
Madill knocked in a team-high 25 runs and finished with a .387 average. Madill’s also led the team in home runs (4) and slugging percentage (.632).
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Jasmine Antunez, Garden Grove, 12, Pitcher
COACH OF THE YEAR
John Stevens, Kaiser
Danielle Vega, Aquinas, 12, Infield
Mandie Perez, Whittier Christian, 12, Infield
Stephanie Bergmann, Oak Hills, 11, Infield
Maleena Esparza, La Habra, 12, Infield
Marki Cupp, Ontario Christian, 12, Infield
Jill Garcia, Woodcrest Christian, 12, Infield
Kristin Nance, Ocean View, 12, Infield
Jesslene Contreras, Kaiser, 12, Infield
Chloe Madill, Dos Pueblos, 11, Infield
Marjani Knighten, Sunny Hills, 11, Infield
Katie Lucas, Village Christian, 12, Pitcher
Hannah Harris, Dos Pueblos, 12, Pitcher
Kayla Hatch, Calvary Murrieta, 12, Pitcher
Sara Garcia, Santa Monica, 10, Pitcher
Brittany Hitchcock, Ocean View, 11, Pitcher
Krystal Gabbard, Kaiser, 12, Pitcher
Anneliese Lopez, Buena, 11, Pitcher
Kyra Sirag, Rancho Alamitos, 12, Catcher
Kendall Shea, Fullerton, 12, Catcher
Jenavee Peres, Garden Grove, 10, Catcher
Lauren Le, La Quinta/La Quinta, 12, Outfield