The Bee’s 2014 All-District Softball Team

June 20, 2014 

Player of the Year School Position Grade Skinny
Allie WalljasperSierraPSr.Walljasper was most dominant player for a second consecutive season
The Roster School Position Grade Skinny
Gia RodoniPachecoPJr.8 wins, 0.59 ERA and 157 strikeouts despite sitting 30 days due to transfer rule
Melinda KoppingerOakdalePSr. Had two wins in the playoffs and a save in Sac-Joaquin Section title game
Mackenzie GaudenRiponPSr.Perfect 11-0 record in regular season with 0.74 ERA and 121 Ks in 76 innings
Alexis ErichEast UnionPFr.Wunderkind won 21 games, fanned 137 batters in 127 innings
Alyssa StocktonDelhiPJr.Won 12 games – team won just 14 – and struck out a whopping 241 batters
Madilyn NicklesMercedPSo.Was named Central California Conference MVP for a second straight year
Kylie RagsdaleWaterfordPJr.Went 15-3 with a 0.67 ERA and 191 strikeouts in just 126 innings
Lauren WatanabeLindenPSr. Won 20 games, struck out 200 batters in 157.1 innings for MLL champs
Lauren SandersOakdaleCSr.Drove in whopping 43 runs for the Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV champions
Jennifer ScantlenCalaverasINFSr. Hit .483 and drove in 48, the highest total in the Stanislaus District
Nikki AlexanderGregoriINFSo.Led the MMC champs with a .488 average, drove in 23 and scored 39
Jazzlyn Ayala-BacaHilmarINFSr.Most Valuable Player of the Trans-Valley League hit .545 and drove in 29
Nicole BatesCeresINFSo.Batted .483 and drove in 28 and was named MVP of the WAC
MacKenzie BabbittHughsonINFJr.Led the Sac-Joaquin Section Division V champions with a .558 batting average
Kristin BeckmanEscalonINFJr.Was TVL’s Offensive Player of the Year after hitting .535 with 18 extra-base hits
Jessica GarciaHughsonINFJr.Drove in a team-high 28 runs and hit .459 for powerful Huskies
Kindra HackbarthOakdaleOFSo.Hit .536, stole 21 bases in 21 attempts, committed 0 errors for section champs
Cherish BurksEast UnionOFJr.Had a 1.471 OPS, stole 26 bases in 26 attempts, hit .533 and scored 43 runs
Haylie PraterEnochsOFJr.Led the MMC runners-up with 27 hits and hit a steady .403
Ariana BartonPachecoOFSr.Hit .590, the second consecutive year she batted better than .500
Coach of the Year
Larry Loger OakdaleMustangs beat Ceres and East Union, not to mention Walljasper, on way to title

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