MVP: Ty France, South Hills, Sr.
Robert Longtree, Ayala, Jr.
Jordan Robinson, Ayala, Jr.
Nick Hernandez, Charter Oak, Fr.
Jon Reid, Charter Oak, Jr.
Chris Iriart, Chino Hills, Sr.
Ken Chapman, Claremont, Sr.
Jeremy Giles, Claremont, Jr.
David Banuelos, Damien, So.
Grant Hockin, Damien, So.
Jack Spohn, Damien, Sr.
Player of the year: Luke Eubank, Newbury Park; Ty Moore, Mater Dei
Coach of the Year: Matt Goldfield, Newbury Park
Brad Anderson, Esperanza
Sean Barry, Moorpark
Chris Castellanos, Long Beach Poly
Zak Cavazos, Corona
Gabriel Clark, North
J.C. Cloney, West Ranch
J.P. Crawford, Lakewood
In thrilling fashion, Kaiser won the Division 4 softball title 1-0 over Garden Grove in 11 innings when pinch runner Rebecca Garcia raced home on a passed ball with two outs in the bottom of the 11th.
The title is the first softball title for Kaiser.
Alyssa Dilay started the inning with an infield single. Garcia ran for her, went to second on a sacrifice bunt and to third on a grounder to second. A pitch then got away from catcher Jenavee Peres and Garcia raced home with the game-winner.
It was the longest championship game since Rancho Cucamonga’s Division I, 12-inning win in 2001.