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NORWALK – They had a prayer answered back in mid-September when faced with a similar situation.

With five seconds left on the clock and a quarterback capable of doing just about anything with the ball in his hand, the La Habra sideline knew it still had a flicker of hope on the final play from scrimmage Friday night in the CIF-SS Southwest Division championship game.

After avoiding San Clemente’s initial rush, scrambling to his right to extend the play, Eric Barriere heaved a 27-yard pass into the back corner of the end zone where a diving Prince Ross made the catch of a lifetime, inciting a celebration no Highlander will forget in La Habra’s stunning 39-36 win over the Tritons on the final play from scrimmage at Cerritos College.

“It’s ironic because we said the team that had the ball last would probably win, but I didn’t realize it would be the team who had the ball with 20 seconds on the clock,” said Highlanders coach Frank Mazzotta, amidst a sea of blue. “With the ball in Eric’s hand, we’ve got a chance. We tried to get the ball in his hands a lot tonight.”

Barriere was nothing short of brilliant in capturing the school’s seventh CIF championship, and its first since 2010. The senior completed 15 of 16 passes for 293 yards and four touchdowns. He also carried the ball 12 times for 98 yards, scoring on a dazzling 38-yard run on which he hurdled a would-be tackler, before splitting two more defenders en route to the end zone.

Ross and Amon Fellows were the only two La Habra receivers to catch passes Friday night. Fellows had eight receptions for 142 yards and a score, and Ross had seven catches for 151 yards and three scores, none bigger or more clutch than the 27-yarder with no time left on the clock.

“I ran through the safeties, Eric was scrambling to his right and he saw me, I was jumping,” Ross explained. “He threw it and I knew I had to get to it. This it it. We have no time left. So I dove and I got both of my legs in.”

La Habra (13-1), which won its seventh CIF-SS title since 2002, jumped out to a 33-21 lead on the first play of the fourth quarter on a 4-yard touchdown run from CJ Taylor (147 yards).

San Clemente (11-3) cut the deficit to four points on the ensuing possession, with quarterback Jack Sears bulldozing his way 27 yards for the score, and then converting the two-point conversion.

With 3:07 left on the clock and the Highlanders driving into the Triton red zone, Mazzotta elected to go for a fourth-and-6 from the 16-yard line. Barriere’s lone incompletion of the night gave San Clemente the ball with plenty of time on the clock.

An 11-play, 84-yard touchdown drive ended with Sears’ 4-yard strike to Brandon Reaves, putting San Clemente ahead, 36-33, with 20 seconds remaining.

“When I saw the score, I kind of felt down, but I knew we had a shot,” Barriere said. “I knew our team was capable of scoring again. We got a big return from Eric Lancaster-Garcia, plus the flag.”

Lancaster-Garcia returned the ensuing kickoff to the 45-yard line, with a personal foul penalty giving the Highlanders possession at San Clemente’s 41 with 10 seconds to play.

Barriere hit Fellows with a quick 14-yard pass on the sideline, setting up a play every Highlander will remember for the rest of their lives.

“It was a tough loss and words can’t heal what happened tonight,” San Clemente coach Jaime Ortiz said. “But 10, 15 years from now, these guys can look back and say they had a great career here at San Clemente High School. Back-to-back CIF finals, and they put San Clemente back on the map.”

La Habra wins CIF-SS football title on Hail Mary finish

La Habra High School’s quest for its seventh CIF Southern Section title looked over. Done. Kaput.

But nothing is over when Eric Barriere is your quarterback. He proved it earlier in a final-second win over Los Alamitos and did it again Friday, tossing 27 yards to Prince Ross to give the Highlanders an unbelievable 39-36 victory over San Clemente to win the Southwest Division title at Cerritos College.

Barriere accounted for 386 yards and five touchdowns for La Habra, which improved to 13-1 and earned a spot in next week’s CIF State Regional bowl games. San Clemente, getting 252 yards and three touchdowns from Jack Sears, finished 11-3.

“It was like the win over Los Alamitos,” Barriere said. “I had to buy time. I just threw it up and another mircacle happened, and (Ross) caught it. And we won the championship.”

VIDEO: Highlights form La Habra’s 39-36 win

La Habra’s chances looked dead late after Sears guided the Tritons 86 yards and gave them a 36-33 lead with a 4-yard pass to Brandon Reaves with 20 seconds left.

La Habra then returned the kick to its 44 and got the ball at San Clemente’s 41 after a 15-yard penalty. Barriere completed a pass to the 27 before he rolled right with five seconds left. He then lofted a pass toward the northeast corner and Ross made a diving catch to win it.

“The last play; it was amazing,” Ross said. “Eric had to find me. Eric rolled out, he threw the ball and I caught it.

“There’s nothing better than to win the championship like this. It was amazing.”

La Habra looked to have the game secure early in the fourth quarter.

The Highlanders, after giving up a 79-yard drive to San Clemente for a 21-14 deficit, countered with back-to-back scoring plays by Barriere. The senior tossed 84 yards to Ross on a catch and run before Barriere ran 38 yards for a 27-21 lead.

CJ Taylor, who rushed for 148 yards, made it 33-21 with 11:54 left.

Sears followed with a 27-yard run to make it 33-29 with 8:54 to play before throwing the 4-yard pass to Reaves with 20 seconds left.

Barriere then followed with his heroics.

“We have belief in ourselves,” Barriere said. “Once they scored, we said we can still score. Our team believed we could still score and we end up scoring. I just want to thank God for blessing us with another victory. It’s amazing.”

The game was tied at 14 at halftime.

San Clemente forced a fumble inside its 10 late in the second quarter, then drove 91 yards to tie with three seconds left in the half.

The big play was an 27-yard option pass from Keith Jones to Eldridge at the La Habra 26. Sears followed with a scramble to the 8 before throwing 2 yards to Eldridge to tie it at 14.

La Habra was looking good early, scoring on its first two drives. The Highlanders, who had 210 yards in the first half, opened the game with a 71-yard drive and took a 7-0 lead on 30-yard pass from Barriere to Amon Fellows at 8:32 of the first quarter.

Barriere, after San Clemente tied it at 7, drove La Habra 80 yards gave the Highlanders a 14-7 lead with a 9-yard pass to Ross at 11:15 of the second. He set it up with a 16-yard pass to Fellows at the Tritons’ 11 on a fourth and 10.

San Clemente, after La Habra took its early lead, scored its first touchdown on an 80-yard drive. Brandon Reaves, who rushed for 50 yards in the first half, capped it with a 1-yard run.


Heroic Highlanders, CIF Champions

La Habra Football 2015, CIF ChampionsBy: Jason Burch

Another miraculous catch on the final play lifts La Habra over San Clemente 39-36 to win CIF title for the seventh time in school history on Friday night at Cerritos College.

The Tritons scored a go ahead touchdown to make it 36-33 with just 20 seconds left on the clock, forcing the Highlanders to call upon quarterback Eric Barriere to pullout another improbable finish.

With the CIF Championship hanging in the balance, “EB3” used his uncanny improvisation skills to elude the pass rush, allowing Prince Ross enough time to get open in the corner of the end zone where Barriere threaded the needle between a cluster of red and white jerseys for the title-winning touchdown as time expired.

“Oh my lord that kid is something,” head coach Frank Mazzotta said of his quarterback.

Ross said that he knew Barriere was going to make the play and was just trying to get open for him.

“I knew Eric could do it, he is amazing,” Ross said. “For him to throw that ball and trust me was great.”

After giving up the lead with just seconds to play, prospects looked grim for La Habra. However, drawing upon their experience with a similar last second victory over Los Alamitos early this season, the Highlanders believed they could make it happen.

Eric Lancaster-Garcia, who had the game-winning grab against the Griffins in week four, returned the ensuing kickoff to the 45-yard-line and a personal foul on San Clemente moved the ball to the Triton 40.

With time for two plays, Barrier quickly hit Ross on an out for 13 yards to stop the clock and setup the final play— the 27-yard touchdown from Barriere to Ross.

“This is my first ever championship, it’s a great feeling to win it like this,” Barriere said.

Earlier, the Triton defense came up with a big stop with just over three minutes to play, when they deflected Barriere’s pass into the end zone on fourth down, falling incomplete.

San Clemente took possession at the 16-yard-line with 3:01 to play and quarterback Jack Sears led them on an 84-yard go-ahead scoring drive.

The first half ended with the score knotted at 14-14.

Both offenses moved the ball with ease for the majority of the game. The only punts in the game for either side came in the third quarter when the Highlander defense forced the Tritons to punt on back-to-back series.

Barriere played a near-flawless game, completing 16-17 passes for 314 yards and four touchdowns, adding 93 yards and one touchdown on the ground.

Ross had a big second half with 128 yards and two touchdowns, including an 84-yard catch and run that tied the game 21-21. He finished with 174 yards and three scores.

Amon Fellows was Barriere’s go-to receiver in the first half, racking up 101 of his 140 yards, including a 30-yard touchdown on the opening drive.

The Highanders turned to running back C.J. Taylor to carry the load in the second half. After a slow start and an early fumble, Taylor began to wear down the Triton defense late, gaining chunks of yards with his patient and churning running style. Taylor gained 101 yards in the second half, and 139 total yards with one score.

The Tritons much like they had all season, relied heavily on the three-pronged rushing attack of Vlad Dzhabiev, Brandon Reaves and quarterback Jack Sears. The trio combined for 319 yards. Reaves added two touchdowns, while Sears and Dzhabiev each scored one.

Sears carried the offense down the stretch, with 103 of his 124 rushing yards coming in the second half. The junior quarterback went 11-16 for 125 yards passing with two scores.

The Tritons (11-3) final game was a heartbreaker, but the team promises to be strong again next season with Sears returning for his senior season. Head coach Jaime Garcia commended his quarterback’s will to win and was proud of the way his team battled.

“It’s a tough loss and words can’t heal what happened here tonight, but 10-15 years from now these kids can say they had a great career here,” Tritons head coach Jaime Garcia said.

The Highlanders (13-1) captured the school’s seventh CIF Championship with the win. Mazzotta said tonight was definitely the most dramatic one yet. La Habra will move on to a regional championship game against Camarillo (14-0) next week.

Source: La Habra Journal

La Habra’s Barriere looks for his final highlight

Eric Barriere’s Twitter photo aptly depicts the relationship he and La Habra coach Frank Mazzotta maintain.

It’s a simple picture really, the Highlanders quarterback exchanging a casual fist bump with his veteran coach on the sideline, presumably following a touchdown or the type of highlight reel play ‘EB3’ has made the new norm in north county.

Mazzotta has seen the kid do it all: hurdle would-be tacklers, hit receivers with a pass down the field with a simple flick of the wrist, even turn the most hopeless of plays into large gains with his mobility.

Now in year three of Barriere’s tenure as the team’s starting quarterback, the only thing that has eluded the duo is a CIF-SS championship. That can change tonight when top-seeded La Habra plays second-seeded San Clemente at Cerritos College at 7 in the Southwest Division final.

“Him and I have really been together for four years now,” Mazzotta said. “I brought him up as a freshman and we’ve worked together ever since. So it’s definitely bittersweet. I don’t want this season to end just because of that.”

Over Barriere’s 36 career starts, La Habra’s offense has averaged 42 points and has been limited to 20 points or fewer just twice, both times against Mission Viejo. The Highlanders have won 29 games with Barriere as its starter, and win No. 30 would bring the program’s CIF trophy count to seven overall.

“Coming in as a little sophomore – starting my first varsity game – I didn’t know what to expect,” Barriere explained. “After the first half of that year, the game kind of slowed down. Ever since then, I’ve been calm and nothing really phases me.”

Having won CIF titles with Daniel Morales, Chris Morales, Randall Nygren and Cody Clements in years past, Mazzotta puts Barriere atop the list of quarterbacks he has coached.

“He’s the one that combines the best running, throwing combination,” he said. “He’s just as smart and he offers more of the overall package. So he’s got to be No. 1 on the list.”

In the first three rounds of the playoffs, Barriere accounted for 15 total touchdowns – nine passing and six rushing – and did not have a pass intercepted.

A pass-first mentality might be the most impressive of Barriere’s traits, given that he’s athletic enough to get by on just his running ability.

This season, the Highlanders senior has had double-digit rushing attempts in just three games. He has gained 759 yards on just 84 carries, an average of 9 yards a pop.

“He can make anything happen at any point in time,” La Habra wide receiver Amon Fellows said. “It’s up to us to stay alive and make sure that he can throw us the ball down field instead of him running, getting hurt potentially.”

Making plays is exactly what the Highlanders will need from Barriere if they hope to celebrate the school’s first CIF championship since 2010.

And if there is reason to rejoice after tonight’s showdown, don’t expect the coach and his quarterback to be quite as laid-back as they are in the photo.


Source: OC Register

La Habra’s dream comes true against Los Alamitos

La Habra's Eric Lancaster-Garcia comes down with the game-winning catch on a 44-yard Hail Mary touchdown pass with no time left on the clock in Friday's game against Los Alamitos at Veterans Stadium in Long Beach.

La Habra’s Eric Lancaster-Garcia comes down with the game-winning catch on a 44-yard Hail Mary touchdown pass with no time left on the clock in Friday’s game against Los Alamitos at Veterans Stadium in Long Beach.

LONG BEACH – It was a moment scripted in Eric Barriere’s dreams and it came true in dramatic fashion Friday night, sending La Habra into a CIF championship-worthy celebration in September.

And who could blame the No. 8 Highlanders after the stunning finish to their nonleague game against No. 7 Los Alamitos at Veterans Stadium.

Barriere threw a 44-yard touchdown on a Hail Mary pass on the final play of the game to wide receiver Eric Lancaster-Garcia to lift La Habra to a 37-32 victory.

In typical Barriere fashion, he scrambled across the field to his left on the play, then hoisted a half-the-field pass toward the opposite front, corner of the end zone to Lancaster-Garcia, who caught the ball cleanly in a crowd of about five players.

La Habra (3-1) stormed Lancaster-Garcia in the end zone in a wild celebration.

“I dream of feeling like this, a game like this,” said Barriere, whose TD pass came out of a timeout with two seconds left. “Before the play, I just felt confident. I knew we were going to win this game.

“This is my first (Hail Mary). Finally doing one is pretty crazy.”

Barriere’s heroics capped a back-and-forth second half. Los Alamitos (2-1) took a 32-31 lead with 47 seconds left as Randall Gonzalez scored on a 11-yard touchdown run – on his only carry – and tight end Drew Platt caught a 2-point conversion pass from quarterback Jack Telenko.

The Highlanders started the ensuing drive at their 19. Despite a sack on first down by Joey Noble and a near-interception on second down, Barriere completed two passes to reach the Griffins 44 with two seconds left.

“Very overwhelmed,” said Lancaster-Garcia, who hugged a reporter afterward. “I just did what I was coached to do. I went up for the ball. No regrets. Came down with it. … I didn’t catch any other ball but I came down with it when it counted.”

La Habra led, 24-7, at halftime, passing up a short field goal attempt to take an unsuccessful shot at the end zone.

Los Alamitos surged in the second half behind its defense, Telenko and running back Schuyler Whitehead.

Whitehead scored on touchdown runs of 1 and 14 yards in the third quarter, the latter coming off a fourth-and-1 stand by the Griffins at midfield. Early in the fourth, Whitehead knocked Barriere out of the game for one play, which La Habra fumbled away at its 45.

Los Alamitos drove for a 25-yard field goal by Jacob Gasser with 7:38 left in the fourth, tying the score, 24-24.

Penalties were costly for the Griffins. On the drive, Whitehead had a touchdown run negated by a holding call.

La Habra flexed its ground muscle on the ensuing possession, driving from its 8 for a 12-yard TD run byMadison Wheeler with 4:50 left in the fourth. The extra-point by Holden Remme gave La Habra a 31-24 lead.

But the Highlanders still had to push to the final play to beat the Griffins and show what they learned from a loss against Mission Viejo.

“It just shows how tough we are, especially from last week (against Mission Viejo),” Barriere said. “I felt we should have won that game.”

Before Friday’s game, La Habra coach Frank Mazzotta said, “You can’t leave the door open against good teams.”

Barriere slammed the door on the Griffins on the final play but he also ran for two touchdowns in the first half and threw another.

His two touchdowns were separated by about two minutes in the second quarter. The second one came after an interception by cornerback Michael Walters at the 50 as the Griffins mixed up a pass route. Two plays laterd bat the Griffins 44, Barriere ran right on an option, faked a pitch to juke Whitehead and burst into the secondary. He broke a tackle at the 25 and raced into the end zone for 21-7 lead.

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La Habra's Eric Barriere

La Habra’s Eric Barriere is the area’s top returning quarterback. He’s a reason why the Highlanders begin the season ranked No. 2 in the area. La Mirada is No. 1 (Correspondent photo by Chris Burt/Sports)


Strengths: The Matadores are loaded. La Mirada has been able to fill the void of graduation losses with some elite transfers, mainly receiver/defensive back Micah Croom (Servite), defensive lineman Keanu Salepaga (Long Beach Cabrillo) and quarterback Tevaka Tuioti (Long Beach Poly). They combine with some solid returners, including running back Sei-j Lauago to make the Matadores a formidable force in the CIF Southern Section Southeast Division. Very few teams in the Suburban League and in the division will be able to match up athletically with La Mirada, which could lead to one of the school’s best seasons in recent memory.

Obstacles: The schedule that coach Mike Moschetti has laid out for his team might be the team’s biggest challenges. It’s a doozy. It starts with state power St. John Bosco, which was ranked No. 19 nationally by The slate also features traditional powers Charter Oak and Mater Dei. La Mirada concludes the nonleague portion of its schedule at San Clemente. If La Mirada doesn’t get it’s psyche damaged too much going through murderer’s row, it should come out of it hardened for a strong league and playoff run. La Mirada also has to adapt to its incoming transfers. If it can come together quickly, this could be a special season.

Outlook: It all comes down to whether or not the Matadores can win their last game, something that has alluded them despite being very talented. They were 9-2 last season, but fell short of expectations with a first-round playoff loss. La Mirada has featured a lot of visits from Division I college coaches in recent years, but eventually you have to live up to the hype. This seems like a team very capable of doing that. Will it? Time will tell.


Strengths: The Highlanders, after averaging 43 points a game last season, are again expected to be a juggernaut on offense. They return some key components, led by arguably the area’s top quarterback in senior Eric Barriere. He accounted for more than 2,500 yards and 30 touchdowns last season and you can expect him to improve on those numbers this year. Another year of receiver Prince Ross should scare opposing defenses. The offensive line is solid.

Obstacles: La Habra’s Achilles’ heel last season was its defense, or lack of it. The Highlanders inability to slow the opposition down eventually led to an early playoff exit. They need big improvement in that area this season. They’ve added some good impact players on defense, but the question whether it will make a difference remains to be seen. There’s also a question at running back with Carlos Martin graduated.

Outlook: This is a team that comes into the season as one of the favorites in the Southwest Division. Barriere is as good as it gets in the area and in the division. The question is whether the Highlanders can replace Martin and get similar production. The defense, led by All-CIF linebacker Jake Colacion, also needs to improve. All signs point to a possible division title.


Strengths: The Lancers might be the best running team in the area, and that will again be their forte this season. Jonathan Wise is a key returner at receiver. The defense, which often gets overlooked, should be solid, led by senior Daniel Campos at linebacker.

Obstacles: For the second consecutive season, the Lancers, with Enrique Pacheco graduated, must find a quarterback. Justin Moreno and Kenny Coleman will vie for the spot, but it’s unknown if they can live up to what Frankie Palmer and then Pacheco did the past two seasons.

Outlook: The Lancers are usually the last team standing in the area. That might not be the case this season, with juggernauts La Mirada and La Habra expecting strong seasons, but this looks like another unit that can add to La Serna’s recent tradition of long playoff runs. The run game and defense will be there, and if they get some production from quarterback, another run at a division title seems to be in the Lancers’ future.


Strengths: The Raiders will again feature one of the top running attacks in the area. They rushed for 3,000 yards last season and that type of production is expected again. Running back Jacob Fimbres returns after gaining 1,622 and most of the offensive line is back at well. Sonora should also be productive in the passing game, which will make its run game that much tougher to defend.

Obstacles: Sonora is young on defense, including in the secondary. It’s a unit that could be its downfall, especially in a Freeway League that features some pass-happy teams such as La Habra and Buena Park. If the group can come together, it could be a special year. But it’s a major question mark to begin the season.

Outlook: The Raiders started strong last season, then fell off the map. They have enough quality players back that a quest to make the playoffs should become a reality. This is a team that if everything falls into place, it can compete for the league title. But the first step would be getting to the postseason, which should happen.


Strengths: The Oilers leaned on its run game last season and rode it to an Almont League title. It will be more of the same this season. Isaac Mendibles was the area’s top back in 2014, rushing for nearly 2,000 yards and 24 touchdowns, and he’s back for more this season. Most of the offensive line, which paved the way for the senior, is also back. Montebello is also solid on defense, and it’s those two traits that will lead to success again.

Obstacles: Montebello lost some key players to graduation and it must fill those holes to succeed. It could be a slow start, especially with a schedule that includes CIF-SS Mid-Valley Division semifinalist Northview and finalist Paraclete. If it can come together quickly this is a team that will be a tough out late in the season. But it’s a concern early on.

Outlook: The Oilers won the league title and advanced to the Mid-Valley quarterfinals last season. They return some key skilled players and this looks like a team that can improve on its 2014 run. Another league title and a deep playoff run looks to be in Montebello’s future.

La Habra Heights very own – Allison Casareto- Earns Scholar All-America Honors


NOTRE DAME, Ind. – Highlighted by University of Notre Dame graduates Allison Casareto and Emma Reaney, six Irish women’s swimming and diving standouts earned academic recognition from the College Swimming Coaches Association of America recently.

Casareto and Reaney both received Scholar All-America honors, while Annie Crea, Emma Gaboury, Catherine Galletti and Sherri McIntee earned honorable mention Scholar All-America accolades.

In addition, the Irish program was named a Scholar All-America team after recording a 3.33 GPA during the 2014-15 school year.   

Casareto earned her first honorable mention All-America scroll in March on the 1-meter board at the NCAA Championships to close out a productive career at Notre Dame. The La Habra Heights, California native was a two-year captain and scored points throughout her career at conference championship meets. The Scholar All-America designation is the first of her career. Allison Casareto - La Habra Heights Swimming Notre Dame
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A standout both in and out of the pool throughout her record-setting Irish career, Reaney has earned Scholar All-America honors the last three seasons. Reaney tallied All-America honors in the 100 and 200 breast and the 200 IM at March’s NCAA Championships to finish off her sterling career.

As a junior, Reaney set an American record (2:04.06) in winning the 200-yard breaststroke at the 2014 NCAA Championships. For her career, she earned All-America honors eight times and honorable mention All-America accolades five times. A co-captain in 2013-14, Reaney is a two-time Capital One Academic At-Large All-American and the 2013-14 ACC Women’s Swimming & Diving Scholar-Athlete of the Year.

Crea, a rising sophomore from The Woodlands, Texas, qualified for the NCAA Zone C meet in her first year under the Golden Dome.

Gaboury, a rising senior from Bloomfield Hills, Michigan and a two-time honorable mention Scholar All-American, earned Dean’s List honors during both semesters in 2014-15. She qualified for the finals on the 3-meter board at the NCAA Zone C meet and finished in the top 17 on both the 1- and 3-meter disciplines at the ACC Championships.allison casareto

Galletti, a rising senior from Oviedo, Florida and a three-time honorable mention Scholar All-American, scored points for the Irish throughout the ACC Championships in the 100 fly, 100 back, 50 free, 200 and 400 medley relays and the 200 and 400 free relays after returning from double hip surgery that cut short her 2013-14 season. In addition to her success at ACC’s, Galletti also lowered the Rolfs Aquatic Center pool record in the 100 fly (53.35), 200 medley relay (1:40.33) and the 400 medley relay (3:39.21) at the Shamrock Invitational.

McIntee, a rising sophomore from Carlsbad, California, earned Dean’s List accolades during both semesters as a freshman. She was one of just two Irish rookies to earn a spot at the ACC Championships, qualifying for the “C” finals in both the 100 and 200 breast.

To be selected to the CSCAA Scholar All-America Team, swimmers and divers must have achieved a grade point average of 3.50 or higher and have participated in their respective NCAA/NAIA/NJCAA Swimming and Diving Championships. Honorable Mention selections have similarly achieved a GPA of 3.50 and achieved a “B” time standard or competed at their respective qualifying meets.

To be selected as a CSCAA Scholar All-America Team, programs must have achieved a grade point average of 3.00 or higher over the Spring semester.

2015 All Freeway League Softball Team

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2015 Softball – All Freeway League 

Player of the year: Shay Knighten, Sunny Hills, Sr.

First team: Lilliann Meek, Buena Park, So.; Amanda Flores, Fullerton, Sr.; Brisa Pennington, Fullerton, Sr.; Missi Poti, Fullerton, Sr.; Janelle Rodriguez, La Habra, So.; Nikki Butler, La Habra, Jr.; Amanda Akles, La Habra, Sr.; Chelsea Purcell, Sonora, Jr.; Madison Gimpl, Sonora, Jr.; Lauren Huerta, Sunny Hills, So.; Ashley Moss, Sunny Hills, So.; Miranda Trinidad, Troy, Jr.; Jenna Beltran, Troy, Fr.

Second team: Erin Flores, Fullerton, Jr.; Jenisa Jackson, Fullerton, Sr.; Racquel Manzo, La Habra, Sr.; Jessie Gomez, La Habra, Jr.; Zoe Juarez, Sonora, Sr.; Lauren Blazey, Sonora, Jr.; Momo Ramirez, Sunny Hills, Fr.; Valerie Romano, Sunny Hills, Jr.; Hailey Danko, Troy, Sr.; Allie McFetridge, Troy, So.

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