Calvary Christian (Chula Vista, Calif.) won three softball games last week, and sophomore Noemi “Mimi” Farfan played a huge role at the plate and in the circle in all three wins. The sophomore was 10-for-11 with three doubles, three home runs, and three triples. Farfan drove in 19 runs and scored nine. In the circle, Farfan won all three games she pitched and struck out 38 batters.
Farfan’s performance leads the American Family Insurance ALL-USA Performances of the Week.
Tommy Pellis, baseball, Greensburg Central Catholic (Pennsylvania)
The senior infielder went 12-for-14 at the plate last week, drove in eight and walked three times. Pellis also scored nine runs.
Aspen Wesley, softball, Neshoba Central (Mississippi)
Wesley excelled in the circle last week as she struck out 14 batters over six no-hit innings in a 10-0 win over Germantown. At the plate, she went 2-for-3 with a double and RBI. Wesley is 14-1 this year with 185 strikeouts in 91 innings pitched.
Erin Kyle, softball, Bishop Verot (Florida)
Bishop Verot defeated Gateway Charter 15-0 last Thursday and Kyle put together a devastating pitching performance. The senior threw a perfect game and struck out seven.
Jakob Katzen, lacrosse, Wilmington Friends (Delaware)
The goaltender was outstanding in two games last week, making 28 total saves.
“He’s got amazing reflexes,” Friends coach Jake Rashkind told the Delaware News Journal. “He’s a student of the game; he understands it. So he knows where shots are coming from, and he’s ready for them.”
Roel Garcia, baseball, Deer Park (Texas)
Garcia, a Rice commit, was outstanding in five innings of work against Port Arthur Memorial on Tuesday. The senior threw five no-hit innings and struck out seven in the 10-0 win.
Eddie Fu, baseball, Lynbrook (California)
Fu had a perfect week at the plate last week, going 10-for-10 with two doubles and seven RBI. His batting average this season is an impressive .489.
Cassidy Osborne-Butler, girls track and field, Damonte Ranch (Nevada)
Osborne-Butler showed why she’s the top shot-putter in the state of Nevada at the Northwest Invitational last week. The junior broke the meet record with a throw of 45 feet, six inches.
James Dolaghan, baseball, Rutherford (New Jersey)
Dolaghan was remarkably efficient last week at the plate as he went 7-for-8 with 12 RBI, four runs scored, and four walks. Dolaghan hit two homers and had an on-base percentage of .786.
Macie Monborne, girls track and field, Merritt Island (Florida)
Monborne won three events at the District 13-3A track and field championship last week. Monborne won the 300-meter hurdles with a time of 48.10 seconds, the 100 meters with a time of 16.86, and the high jump by clearing 5-0.
Hudson LaBorde, baseball, Lafayette (Louisiana)
LaBorde had three plate appearances in a win over Acadiana last week and promptly hit three home runs. LaBorde, a senior first baseman, also drove in five runs.