Carmen Campi and Catalina Maldonado, representing the semifinalist Carpinteria Warriors, were named All-CIF on Tuesday as part of the Southern Section’s Division-6 team.
Maldonado had a huge season. The junior pitcher finished with a 1.29 era in 26 starts to lead the Warriors to a 21-6-1 record. She averaged more than one strikeout per inning, totaling 188.
Maldonado was equally good at the plate, leading the team with a .480 batting average, 37 runs, 35 RBI and a school-record seven home runs.
Campi, a senior, played third base and batted .478. Campi scored 32 runs and knocked in 15 runs.
Maldonado was already named the Frontier League Pitcher of the Year and Campi the Most Valuable Player. (All-Frontier League)
Citrus Valley’s Ashlyn Morris was named the Division’s Most Valuable Player.
MOST VALUABLE PLAYER
NAME YEAR SCHOOL POSITION Ashlyn Morris 11 Citrus Valley Outfield
COACH OF THE YEAR
NAME SCHOOL April Finazzo Citrus Valley
NAME YEAR SCHOOL POSITION Breanna Atkinson 11 Paraclete Catcher Sydney Colenzo 11 Calvary Chapel/Downey Catcher Jessica Yasin 11 Kern Valley Catcher Amanda Bradley 11 Paraclete Pitcher McKenzie Draper 10 Rosamond Pitcher Jamie Duran 12 Kern Valley Pitcher Miranda Magana 10 Santa Paula Pitcher Catalina Maldonado 11 Carpinteri Pitcher Cassie Williams 11 Academy for Academic Excellence Pitcher Carmen Campi 12 Carpinteria Infield Bridget Castro 11 Calvary Chapel/Downey Infield Kelsey Day 12 Riverside Christian Infield Ruth Kamm 12 Marshall Infield Sophia Ortega 12 Citrus Valley Infield Emily Pimenta 12 Eastside Christian Infield Carly Jo Reeves 12 Big Bear Infield Amy Zeronian 11 Marshall Infield Megan Carr 12 Academy for Academic Excellence Outfield Jazmine Thompson 12 Riverside Christian Outfield Valerie Valdez 12 Rosamond Outfield