Highlights: The two-time Tulare County player of the year finished with 93 goals, 38 assists, and 56 steals.
Comments: “She always knows where the ball is. She has speed, she has power, she’s quick and she knows the game so well. She plays very smart. She’s a great athlete.” — Porterville coach Richard Taylor
School: El Diamante
Highlights: The West Yosemite League co-MVP finished with 128 goals and 88 drawn ejections. Her 300 career goals are second all-time at El Diamante.
Comments: “She really led our team, not just in scoring, but she’s a super intense player and wants to win all the time. She faced every possible defense and nobody was really able to stop her.” — El Diamante coach Kristen Ruby
School: Tulare Union
Highlights: The East Yosemite League first team selection finished the season with 98 goals, 36 assists and 42 drawn ejections.
Comments: “She works so hard. She wants to get better. She puts in the time during the summer and dedicates herself during swim season. She loves the game and she’s smart.” — Tulare Union coach Tim Elick
Highlights: The All-East Yosemite League first team selection scored 60 goals, had 60 assists and had 47 steals.
Comments: “She always knows where the ball is and she plays really smart. She makes very few errors. When she does, she’ll turn around and get back. She plays a real smart game.” — Porterville coach Richard Taylor
Highlights: The All-East Yosemite League first team selection finished with 57 goals, including 23 in EYL play.
Comments: “Probably one of the best outside shooters in our county and even the Valley. When you have officials ask if she plays softball, her shot has been phenomenal since freshman year. If there’s a kid that shoots harder, I’d be surprised.” — Monache coach Ryan Atchley
Highlights: The All-East Yosemite League first team selection finished with 43 goals, including 26 in EYL action.
Comments: “I’d put her as one of the top four or five defensive players in the Valley. She’s rock-solid. When you think she can’t get to a ball, she’ll get it. Her driving ability — our offense evolved when she started being a more aggressive driver. She became an offensive threat.” — Monache coach Ryan Atchley
Highlights: The East Yosemite League MVP finished with 308 saves. She also had 25 assists.
Comments: “One of the things I like is that she’s so coachable. You tell her new things to do and she tries to incorporate that. We worked on placement in the cage and where to be, and she’s such a hard worker and puts in a lot of time to improve.” — Porterville coach Richard Taylor