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2018 All-NorCal Softball Team 2018 All-NorCal Softball Team
We Wrap Up The 2018 Season With Our All-NorCal Softball Teams, Led By Player Of The Year Rachel Cid And Pitcher Of The Year... 2018 All-NorCal Softball Team

We Wrap Up The 2018 Season With Our All-NorCal Softball Teams, Led By Player Of The Year Rachel Cid And Pitcher Of The Year Vanessa Strong •


Rachel Cid, Tracy, Sr. (Pictured above)


Vanessa Strong, Freedom-Oakley, Sr.


Vanessa Strong | Freedom-Oakley | Sr.: Southern Utah signee started all four years in the circle for NCS heavyweight. Her record and ERA helped land Freedom the No. 1 seed in the NCS Div. I playoffs in her final high school season.

Karina Faasisila | Tracy | Jr.: Bulldogs’ ace pitched Tracy to the Sac-Joaquin Section Div. I championship with a 4-1 postseason recor. For the season, she was 22-3 with a 0.92 ERA.


All-NorCal Softball selection Danielle Williams of Amador Valley

Danielle Williams

Danielle Williams | Amador Valley-Pleasanton | Sr.: Northwestern-bound hurler entered the final week of postseason with a 21-4 record and 0.59 ERA before pitching a four-hit shutout in the NCS Div. I final. She was averaging more than 14 strikeouts per game with 363 punchouts in 178 innings of work.

Courtney Beaudin | Foothill-Pleasanton | So.: Falcons’ young catcher put up a super sophomore campaign. She batted .434 with 6 HR and 24 RBI though quarterfinals of the NCS playoffs.

Frankie Hammoude | Bishop O’Dowd-Oakland | Sr.: Expertly handled Dragons’ pitchers and committed just one error (.994 fielding percentage). Hit team-high .547 with 8 HR and 23 RBI.

Rachel Cid | Tracy | Sr.: Our NorCal Softball Player of the Year was a four-year starter who finished her career with a .564 average, a career-best 9 HR to go with 41 RBI. The Oregon-bound shortstop belted a pair of home runs in the SJS Division I final against Sheldon-Sacramento.

Nicole Hammoude | Bishop O’Dowd-Oakland | Jr.: Shortstop led NCS with 13 homers and team-best 1.147 slugging percentage. She also led the team with 28 runs and 37 RBI.

Lola Guevara | Sierra-Manteca | So.: Shortstop won her second consecutive section title, and led Sierra with a .509 average and 26 hits. She also scored 26 runs and turned a game-ending double play in the section finale.

All-NorCal Softball selection Shea Moreno of Sheldon-Sacramento

Shea Moreno

Shea Moreno | Sheldon-Elk Grove | Sr.: UCLA-bound 3B capped a stellar career with a .495 batting average, 7 HR, and a team-high 44 RBI. She finished with three SJS Div. I section titles.

Grace Green | Oakdale | Sr.: Oklahoma-bound slugger was a monster at the plate, amassing 51 runs on 40 hits with 11 home runs. She finished out a .513 average and knocked in 38 runs.

Riley Ehlen | Heritage-Brentwood | Sr.: Patriots’ captain can play either corner infield position, and batted a team-high .526 with 11 HR and 25 RBI through the NCS quarterfinals. The Loyola Marymount signee also swiped 12 bags.

Grace Hosman | Millennium-Tracy | Jr.: With a hit in every game through May 14, she extend her hitting streak to 50 games. She batted .667, had 21 multi-hit games, and a SJS-best 68 hits.

Mackenzie Nelson | Freedom-Oakley | Sr.: Sonoma State-bound talent hit 8 HR in Freedom’s first 10 games. Led the team with 34 RBI heading into the NCS semis.

Madison Wyllie | Calaveras | Sr.: Led Lady Reds to a second consecutive SJS Div. V final with a .451 batting average. Headed to Corban University in Salem, Oregon, she had 41 hits and 43 RBI in her final high school season.

All-NorCal Softball selection Nicole May of Foothill-Pleasanton

Nicole May

Ashley Trierweiler | Carlmont-Belmont | Jr.: Led the Scots to a Peninsula-Bay League title with a .600 batting average and team highs in hits (54) and runs (33) while playing error-free in the field.

Lexi Webb | Oakdale | Jr.: Player of the Year finalist, she pitched 118 innings with a 1.01 ERA for 23-3 Oakdale. Hit .493 with 26 runs, nine HRs and 35 hits. Committed to play at South Alabama.

Lindsey Walljasper | Sierra-Manteca | Sr.: The Sierra ace bagged her third section title and went 17-2 with a 1.90 ERA. At the plate, she hit .456 with seven home runs and 23 RBIs.

Nicole May | Foothill-Pleasanton | Soph.: The Oklahoma-commit posted a 0.13 ERA in the East Bay Athletic League, and batted .421 with 32 hits and 4 HR through the second round of the NCS playoffs. Her record in the circle was 19-1.


Rachel Gordon | Pioneer-Woodland | Sr.: Posted a 17-2 record with a 0.91 ERA while striking out 211 batters in 115 innings.

Mailey McLemore | Carlmont-Belmont | Sr.: She allowed just six extra-base hits en route to an 18-2 record, 1.11 ERA, over 120 innings.

Marissa Bertuccio | Golden Valley-Merced | Jr.: Led Cougars to SJS Div. III playoffs with a 21-6 record and 0.64 ERA; struck out 267 batters in 176 innings.

All-NorCal Softball selection Katelyn Snow of Bella Vista-Fair Oaks

Katelyn Snow

Katelyn Snow | Bella Vista-Fair Oaks | Sr.: The Broncos’ backstop crushed 12 home runs and amassed 49 RBI for the SJS Div. II finalists.

Alyssa Pope | Shasta-Redding | Jr.: She had a 23-game hitting streak and finished with a .594 batting average to go with 7 home runs, 30 RBI.

Xiara Diaz | Heritage-Brentwood | Jr.: Cal Poly San Luis Obispo commit homered twice in an NCS quarterfinals win over James Logan; boasted a .485 batting with 15 steals.

Carly Lucchetti | Linden | Sr.: Shortstop tied for the SJS lead with 68 hits, including 25 extra-base hits and a .618 season average.

Mila Rodriguez | Millennium-Tracy | Sr.: Falcons’ shortstop led SJS with 65 RBI and batted .632. She had at least one RBI in 21 of 24 games played.

Sam Oliver | Sheldon | So.: Huskies’ super soph avoided any second year slump, collecting 46 hits and 39 RBI.

Allyson McBroom | Freedom-Oakley | Sr.: McBroom led Falcons with a .569 batting average. She added 4 HR and 27 RBI through NCS quarterfinals.

Kalissa Heihn | Freedom-Oakley | Sr.: Heihn led the Falcons with a .957 slugging percentage thanks to a .557 batting average, 13 doubles, and 5 home runs. 

Morgan Hess | Heritage-Brentwood | Jr.: She batted .386 and stole 13 bases through the NCS quarterfinals..

Olivia Cazares | James Logan-Union City | Sr.: She played error-free in 2018 while batting .456 with 31 hits and 27 runs.

Kelsey Hall | Bella Vista-Fair Oaks | Jr.: Part of a powerful 1-2 offensive punch, she hit .469 with 9 HR, and 38 RBI.

All-NorCal Softball selection Jordan Schuring of St. Francis-Mountain View

Jordan Schuring

Jordan Schuring | Saint Francis-Mountain View | Jr.: She pitched every postseason inning CCS Open champs. Her season record was 22-5 record and she batted .346.

Hana Suppus | Piner-Santa Rosa | Sr.: She finished her year on a 24-game hitting streak and batted .604.

Jordyn Hutchins | Woodland Christian | So.: She led the state with 18 HR while batting .771 with 52 RBI. She also posted a 9-2 record in the circle with a 1.01 ERA.

Grace French | Benicia | Sr.: Panthers’ ace was 10-3 with a 1.48 ERA, including 3-1 in run to SJS Div. III title. She also hit 5 HR, including a walk-off in the semifinals.

Madison Papenhausen | San Marin-Novato | So.: She hit .565 with 27 RBI for Mustangs; went 16-1 in the circle and had a 42-inning scoreless inning steak in May.


Chace Bryson is the managing editor of SportStars Magazine. Reach him at

Chace Bryson

Chace Bryson is the managing editor of SportStars Magazine. Reach him at

  • barb

    June 11, 2018 #1 Author

    is this different than the team released last week


    • Chace Bryson is the managing editor of SportStars Magazine. Reach him at

      Chace Bryson

      June 11, 2018 #2 Author

      No. It’s the same. Just pulled out of the designed version so that it can have its own specific home on the website.


  • S J Franco

    June 15, 2018 #3 Author

    Benicia beat Sheldon, Tracy,and placed 1st in sections over 3rd place Oakdale and they only get 1 honorable mention? How does that make sense?


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