La Verne’s Katherine Kibbe heads All-SCIAC softball team

Five Leopards earn All-SCIAC softball honors; Smith Coach of the Year

Here is complete list of those honored in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference for softball:

Athlete of Year: Katherine Kibbe, Sr., University of La Verne
Pitcher of Year: Anna Gurr, Soph., Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
Newcomers of Year: Liz Rodarte, Pomona-Pitzer, Kacey Whitney, Whittier
Coaching Staff of Year: La Verne

First team
P Liz Rodarte, Fr., Pomona-Pitzer
P Samantha Blum, Jr., Whittier
C Lisa Perez, Sr., Chapman
1B Alexis Schiff, Jr., La Verne
2B Vicki King, Sr., Redlands
3B Mackenzie Dutton, Sr., La Verne
SS Raeleen Tellez, Sr., La Verne
OF AJ Carrasco, Sr., Redlands
OF Tara Robinson, Sr., Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
OF Sienna Kendricks, Fr., La Verne
UT Bianca Cockrell, Jr., Pomona-Pitzer
DP Briana Hatte, Soph., Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
AL Blake Lewis, Sr., Cal Lutheran

Second team
P Lauren Henson, Sr., Redlands
P Molly Rubidoux, Sr., Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
C Dani Santos, Sr., Redlands
1B Katie Savard, Sr., Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
2B Lauren Ganbdi, Jr., Whittier
3B Abigail Metsch, Fr., Clarermont-Mudd-Scripps
SS Carly Roleder, Soph., Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
OF Kacey Whitney, Fr., Whittier
OF Amanda Lewis, Jr., Cal Lutheran
OF Grace Rose, Sr., Redlands
UT Analisa Ruff, Fr., Chapman
DP Sarah Crawford, Fr., Whittier
AL Marialena Ahern, Soph., Whittier

Sportsmanship Team
Abbigael Howard, Soph., Cal Lutheran; Natalie Both, Sr., Chapman; Carlene Roberts, Sr., Claremont-Mudd-Scripps; Victoria Balatzar, Sr., La Verne; Alex Battest Jr., Occidental; Aryana Yee, Sr., Pomona-Pitzer; Summer Smith, Soph., Redlands.

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Foothill Conference honors handed out in softball

Savanah Guzman

Foothill Conference honors have been handed out in softball. Here is the list of those honored:

COACH OF THE YEAR: Trisha Senyo, Chaffey
PITCHER OF THE YEAR: Brenae Martinez, Rio Hondo
PLAYERS OF THE YEAR: Savanah Guzman, San Bernardino Valley
Marissa Dado, Barstow

Trisha Senyo

Brianna Alcorn, College of the Desert
Terilyn Baude, San Bernardino Valley
Randi Dominguez, Victor Valley
Destiny Flores, San Bernardino Valley
Sabrina Gamboa, Chaffey
Alicia Klaudt, Barstow
Erika Lyons, Barstow
Esthefany Martinez,Rio Hondo
Sereena Ortiz, Chaffey
Brittany Salcido
Cassandra Seymour, Chaffey
Elaine Verdugo, Rio Hondo
Joelie Whitson, Chaffey
Alexandra Woods, San Bernardino Valley

Erin Alvizo, San Bernardino Valley
Mariah Bisaillion, Chaffey
Summer Cerna, Victor Valley
Desiree Donley, San Bernardino Valley
Julianna Fierro, Rio Hondo
Christina Gomez, Victor Valley
Kalen Gopperton, College of the Desert
Jennifer Marquez-Huston, Barstow
Amelia McCarffrey, Barstow
Raven Preseau, Chaffey
Salena Roldan, San Bernardino Valley
Gabrielle Salvador, Rio Hondo
Alexis York, Barstow

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Chaffey College baseball team to open playoffs against Canyons

The Chaffey College baseball team has drawn the No. 7 seed and will open the Southern California Region of the playoffs with a best-of-3 series at home against No. 10 College of the Canyons.

The first game is slated for 2 p.m. on Friday with the second game Saturday at 11 a.m. The decisive game would follow 30 minutes later.

Chaffey (27-9) clinched the Foothill Conference on Thursday with a win over rival San Bernardino Valley College.

Canyons (28-8) was the third-place finished of the Western States-South Conference.
Chaffey coach Jeff Harlow doesn’t see his team as the favorite though.

“There really isn’t that much difference between a 7 and a 10,” he said. “Their conference was probably a little better and they had a better RPI so we’re gong to have to play well. We’re not taking anything for granted.”

Harlow said sophomore left-hander Daniel Honorof will start the first game. He went the distance on the mound in last week’s conference title-clinching game. Freshman right-hander Isaiah Haro, a product of Bonita High School, will start the second game.

Sophomore Kevin Riley (Los Osos) is the team’s top hitter at .410 with 46 RBIs. He is followed closely by sophomore infielder Cody Palmer (.383, 32 RBIs) and freshman catcher Logan Gopperton (.377, 24 RBIs).

Canyons boasts one of the state’s best offenses in the state with freshman Chad Bible hitting .392 and boasting 15 home rums and 59 RBIs in 36 games. Freshman catcher Anthony Lepre is hitting .409 with 13 home runs and 45 RBIs.

The Cougars are hitting .353 as a team and have seven players with 25 RBIs or more.

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