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Murrieta Mesa’s record is 8-8-1. They are led by junior Alexis Watts’ .552 average and three home runs.
The Rams have a couple of freshman that are driving the offense.
The Rams have a couple of freshman that are driving the offense.

HS Softball: Southwestern League Play Starts This Week

Vista Murrieta, Chaparral Are League Frontrunners

Monday, April 14th, 2014
Issue 16, Volume 18.
Charles Mckee
Special to the Valley News

The Southwestern League will begin league play this week as Murrieta Mesa faces Chaparral and Temecula Valley plays Vista Murrieta on Tuesday. Murrieta Valley and Great Oak will play a double header on Thursday.

Vista Murrieta begins league play with the best record at 12-4. The Broncos are led by Junior Sydney Romero and her .635 batting average, 10 doubles and three home runs. Senior Selina Ta’amlio leads the team with four home runs. She is also Vista Murrieta’s ace with a 10-2 record.

Chaparral has the most victories in non-league play. The Pumas are 14-7. Junior Cheyenne Blazer leads the team with a .459 average and senior Kristen Williams is next with her .357 average. She also leads the team with five homers. Junior Mariah Young is batting .353 for the Pumas. Senior Karissa Frazier is 14-7 on the mound foe CHS.

Murrieta Valley is 11-7 overall. Senior Stephanie Moreno leads the team with a .404 batting average. Olivia Sanchez is hitting .333 and is the Nighthawk home run leader with three. She is 4-5 on the mound. Senior Lacey Alderman has emerged as the ace of the staff with her 7-2 record.

Murrieta Mesa’s record is 8-8-1. They are led by junior Alexis Watts’ .552 average and three home runs. She is also the Ram ace with a 6-1 record.The Rams have a couple of freshman that are driving the offense. Victoria Carr has a .429 average and 2 home runs in 10 games while Elena Duran is hitting .483 and two home runs.

Great Oak is 7-8 as they begin league play. A stat update is forthcoming.

Temecula Valley starts league play with a 6-8 record and the Golden Bears are looking to turn things around. Freshman Skye Webb has emerged as Temecula Valley’s leading hitter with a .415 average and four home runs. Senior Julia Cavazos is hitting .372 and leads the team in doubles. Senior Samantha Capuzzi leads the Bears with three home runs.

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