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Autumn Bishop from Murrieta Valley was named MVP of the Southwestern League.
Autumn Bishop from Murrieta Valley was named MVP of the Southwestern League.
Amber Bishop from Murrieta Valley and twin sister of Autumn was a First Team All Southwestern League selection.
Amber Bishop from Murrieta Valley and twin sister of Autumn was a First Team All Southwestern League selection.
Cheyenne Balzer from Chaparral High School was a First Team All Southwestern League selection.
Cheyenne Balzer from Chaparral High School was a First Team All Southwestern League selection.
Savannah Ferstle from Great Oak High School was a First Team All Southwestern League selection.
Savannah Ferstle from Great Oak High School was a First Team All Southwestern League selection.
Laura Curry from Great Oak High School was a First Team All Southwestern League selection.
Laura Curry from Great Oak High School was a First Team All Southwestern League selection.
Selina Ta'amilo from Vista Murrieta High School was a First Team All Southwestern League selection
Selina Ta'amilo from Vista Murrieta High School was a First Team All Southwestern League selection
Kristen Williams from Chaparral High School was a First Team All Southwestern League selection.
Kristen Williams from Chaparral High School was a First Team All Southwestern League selection.
Sydney Romero from Vista Murrieta High School was a First Team All Southwestern League selection
Sydney Romero from Vista Murrieta High School was a First Team All Southwestern League selection

HS Softball: 2014 All Southwestern League Team Selected


Murrieta Valley’s Autumn Bishop Named Southwestern League MVP


Sunday, June 15th, 2014
Issue 24, Volume 18.
Charles Mckee
Sports Writer


Murrieta Valley’s Autumn Bishop was named the Most Valuable Player in the Southwestern League. The power hitting sophomore batted .393 with six home runs and 24 RBIs. The clutch hitting outfielder helped drive the Nighthawks to the Southwestern League Crown with a perfect 10-0 league record.

She is joined on the 2014 All Southwestern League Softball team by seniors Lacey Alderman and Stephanie Moreno. Junior Olivia Sanchez and Autumn’s twin sister Amber Bishop were also selected to the All First Team.

Junior Amber Nelson and freshman Danielle Gibson were named the All-League Second Team. The Nighthawks would make it into round two of the CIF SS Division 1 Playoffs.

Senior Selena Ta’amilo and junior Sydney Romero from Vista Murrieta were chosen for All -First Team honors. Ta’amilo helped propel the Broncos into the quarterfinals of the CIF SS Division 1 Playoffs and pitched consecutive shutouts. Seniors Kylie Keller, Klarissa Flexon, sophomore Tristin Edwards and freshman Sara Lillie earned All League Second Team honors.

Chaparral had three players selected to the All First team. They were seniors Karissa Frazier, Kristin Williams and junior Cheyenne Balzer. The Pumas also had Juniors Nicole Johnson, Mariah Young and freshman Reilly Peters selected to the Second Team. The Pumas were 19-13 this season.

Great Oak had senior Savannah Ferstle, junior Laura Curry and sophomore Autumn Storms selected to the First Team. Sophomore Dylinn Stancil was named to the Second Team. The Wolfpack finished second in the tough Southwestern league.

Temecula Valley senior Annabelle Burns and Murrieta Mesa junior Alexis Watts were named to the All Southwestern League Second Team.

2014 All Southwestern League Softball Team

MVP - Autumn Bishop - Murrieta Valley

  • First Team

Selena Ta’amilo - Vista Murrieta

Autumn Storms - Great Oak

Karissa Frazier - Chaparral

Lacey Alderman - Murrieta Valley

Sydney Romero - Vista Murrieta

Savannah Ferstle - Great Oak

Laura Curry - Great Oak

Cheyenne Balzer - Chaparral

Kristin Williams - Chaparral

Stephanie Moreno - Murrieta Valley

Olivia Sanchez - Murrieta Valley

Amber Bishop - Murrieta Valley

  • Second Team

Annabelle Burns - Temecula Valley

Alexis Watts - Murrieta Mesa

Kylie Keller - Vista Murrieta

Tristin Edwards - Vista Murrieta

Dylinn Stancil - Great Oak

Nicole Johnson - Chaparral

Amber Nelson - Murrieta Valley

Danielle Gibson - Murrieta Valley

Sara Lillie - Vista Murrieta

Klarissa Flexon - Vista Murrieta

Reilly Peters - Chaparral

Mariah Young - Chaparral


 

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