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  50. KATHLEEN SCAVO  Justin-Siena-Napa, Golf, SR.  Been one of the North Coast Section’s most-decorated golfers past four years, and makes her second BA75...

  Justin-Siena-Napa, Golf, SR.
  Been one of the North Coast Section’s most-decorated golfers past four years, and makes her second BA75 list (No. 68 in 2013) after a dominant senior year. She was medalist in both NCS Div. II tournament (2-under 70) and NCS Div. I Tournament of Champions (2-under 70). She then shot a 1-under 71 to tie for third at NorCals, and an even-72 for a solo-2nd at the state championships.

  Redwood-Larkspur, Softball, SR.
  The Cal-bound Nunez posted some just plain staggering offensive numbers. She hit .644 (67-for-104) and only struck out once on her way to a .675 on base percentage. She also scored 50 runs, stole 25 bases, raked 16 doubles, nine triples and had 21 RBI.

  Monte Vista-Danville, Soccer, SR.
  The do-everything midfielder returns to the BA75 for the second year after another standout season for the nationally-ranked Mustangs. The UC Santa Barbara-commit had 29 points (13 goals, 3 assists) in leading Monte Vista to a 23-1 record and being named the Bay Area News Groups’ East Bay Player of the Year for a second straight season.

  47. BEN KONE
  Archbishop Mitty-San Jose, Basketball, JR.
  The San Jose Mercury News Player of the Year and a Cal-Hi Sports’ 2nd-Team Elite All-State selection averaged 20.2 points, 11.5 rebounds and 2.3 assists. Mitty went 20-11 and reached the CIF Div. II State final, where Kone had 22 points and 14 rebounds in a double-overtime loss.

  46. KATHERINE CLAYBAUGH#46 Katherine Claybaugh
  San Ramon Valley-Danville, Volleyball, JR.
  A year after being National Sophomore of the Year, Claybaugh delivered another dynamite season for the Wolves. She was again a MaxPreps All-American and a Division I All-State selection after posting 655 kills, 69 aces, 425 digs and 18 blocks for the NCS Div. I runner-up and NorCal semifinalists.

  Los Altos, Volleyball, SR.
  The Cal-bound hitter was the San Jose Mercury News Player of the Year after a dominant year at the net. She posted 635 kills, a kill percentage of 44 percent, 222 digs, 35 blocks, 67 aces for a 34-7 team which reached Central Coast Section and CIF NorCal Div. II  finals (losing to eventual state-champ Archbishop Mitty in each).

  #44 Danielle Williams44. DANIELLE WILLIAMS
  Amador Valley-Pleasanton, Softball, FR.
  Williams is one of just two freshmen to make our rankings this year. She burst onto the East Bay softball scene by immediately impacting a Dons teams which had lost much to graduation. Williams went 24-3 in the circle with a 0.79 ERA. She also led the Dons with 42 hits and a .532 batting average. Amador Valley went 24-3 and repeated as NCS Div. I champs.

  Dublin, Basketball/Soccer, SR.
  Moses will play collegiate soccer for San Diego State this fall, but her big impact as a Gael in 2014-15 was on the hardwood. Moses averaged a team-leading 15.7 points per game and added 3.1 rebounds, 2.7 assists and 3.3 steals per contest. Dublin went 28-4 and were the NCS Div. II champions and NorCal finalists.

  42. NICK STINN#42 Nick Stinn
  St. Ignatius-S.F., Lacrosse, SR.
  A All-American and the West Catholic Athletic League MVP, Stinn was the linchpin to a St. Ignatius team that went 18-1 and closed the year ranked No. 1 in the state and No. 22 in the nation by He will continue his lacrosse career at Notre Dame.

  Sacred Heart Prep-Atherton, Tennis, FR.
  Choy took the Central Coast Section by storm in 2014. Ranked as one of the top 25 freshmen in the nation by, Choy went a perfect 31-0 on the season and won the CCS Singles Championship. She dropped just one set in the tournament and won the final 6-2, 6-0 over Mariko Iinuma of Hillsdale.



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