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Compiling the Bay Area 75 list is an exercise full of painstaking scrutiny and doesn’t come without some guilt. There were at least another...

Compiling the Bay Area 75 list is an exercise full of painstaking scrutiny and doesn’t come without some guilt. There were at least another 75 athletes considered who didn’t make the list, and they all had incredibly strong credentials. We’ve chosen five to highlight here as the toughest cuts we had to make when paring down to the ultimate top 75. We’ve listed them alphabetically.

“” Chace Bryson, Editor

  NOAH BREMER
  Berkeley, Baseball, Senior
  The Washington-bound Yellowjackets ace was nearly unhittable in 2014. He surrendered just 32 hits over 92 innings of work. He went 10-1 with a 0.38 ERA with 110 strikeouts. He had seven compete games and two 1-hitters. He also hit .274 with 11 RBI.

  KELSEY CRAWFORD
  Archbishop Mitty, Volleyball, Senior
  Crawford was the ultimate distributor for the CIF Div. II state champions. She compiled 1,000 assists for the Monarchs, but did more than just pass. She also contributed 109 kills, 233 digs and 48 blocks. 

  MATT LADRECH
  Campolindo-Moraga, Baseball, Senior
  The Cougars’ string of four consecutive NCS titles came to an end this season, but it was through no fault of Ladrech. The Cal-bound hurler posted a 0.40 ERA over 84.2 innings pitched. He went 8-2 on the season and struck out 73. He was an All-East Bay selection and the Diablo Foothill Athletic League Most Valuable Pitcher.

  Pattriana PerryPATTRIANA PERRY
  Vacaville, Track & Field, Senior
  Perry was far and away the Sac-Joaquin Section’s most dominant hurdler. The UCLA-bound talent swept the 100- and 300-meter hurdling events at the SJS Masters Championships (setting a section record in the 100). She earned a silver medal in the 100 hurdles at the CIF State Meet and took 5th in the 300. 

  RONIKA STONE
  Valley Christian-San Jose, Volleyball-Basketball, Sophomore 
  Stone has a definite future on the Bay Area 75 after leading the Div. III-state champion Warriors in kills (384) and was second in blocks (92) and had 157 digs. She was a 2nd Team All-Mercury News volleyball selection. In hoops, she was an all-league honorable mention and posted a double-double of 13 points, 12 rebounds in the CCS Div. III final (which VC won).

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