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2017 PONY Softball World Series Event Winners

PONY East Zone Girls Softball Nationals 2017

Dates: July 14-23
Location: Sterling, Virginia

Bronco 12U: Horsham Banshee's 8 Virginia Glory 7 (F/9)

In the Bronco 12U Championship Game, in what was a back-and-forth game all afternoon long, down a run with one out in the ninth inning, the Banshee's Genevieve Ebaugh scored Megan Kummery on a double to centerfield, tying the game at seven apiece. The next batter, Madison Seidel, proved to be the hero by poking a ground ball through the right side to score Ebaugh to win the game 8-7 in extra innings.

Three different lead changes and one tie led to a 6-6 game going into extra innings. The Banshee's almost ended it in the eighth inning, when, with a runner on third base, Kummery hit a bullet to center field, but Glory center fielder Christina Willemsen made the catch of the day to prolong the game. With momentum on their side, the Glory scored the go-ahead run on a Haley Greer single to left field and advanced Alyssa Sternbeck to third base, but two consecutive outs ended the inning in what was the Glory's last chance at adding to their lead.

The Banshee's started off the scoring in the bottom of the first, when third baseman Sophia Peterson crushed her first of two home runs on the day to give her team an early 2-0 advantage. The Glory got a run back in the top of second inning, when Banshee's pitcher Seidel walked the bases loaded and then walked Olivia Iannizzi to score Daria Haynie.

The Glory added on and took the lead 4-2 in the top of the third when right fielder Natalie Elias reached on a Ebaugh error, scoring Karlee Hughes and Karley Beltran, and then Sternbeck brought home Elias on a single to center field. The lead would be short lived, as Peterson's second home run, this time a three-run shot, made it 5-4 Banshee's, after three complete innings.

In the bottom of the fourth, the Banshee's tacked on a very important run when Seidel singled home Kummery, but the Glory still had fight left. In the top of the fifth inning, Haley Greer reached on an error, which scored Elias, but Sternbeck was caught trying to take third base, and then a double play ended what could have been a big inning for the Glory. 

It was then that the Glory turned to relief pitcher Maddie Edwards, who ended up providing 4.1 innings of quality relief, only allowing one earned run on two hits, while striking out one and walking one. Edwards silenced the Banshee's bats until the final inning.

Ebaugh picked up the win and pitched arguably as well in relief as Edwards, going 3.2 innings, striking out three, while not allowing a run on five hits. 


Pony 14U: Horsham Banshee's 6 Fort Royal, Virginia Fire 2

A four-run, top of the third inning proved to be all the offense Horsham needed, and its solid defense caused Fort Royal to strand 11 runners on base, as the Banshee's claimed the PONY East Zone Girls Softball Nationals Pony 14U championship 6-2 over the Fire. 

Fort Royal's left fielder Alyssa Hoggatt broke open the scoring in the bottom of the first inning when her double scored center fielder Taylor Bowers to make it 1-0. After leaving runners stranded on base in the first two-consecutive innings, the Banshee's finally broke through in the third inning, when it looked as if the squad was going to squander another opportunity. During Kylee Guerrera's at-bat, with two outs, Banshee's center fielder Sam Nuneviller scored on a wild pitch from third base to tie the game at one. After Guerrera walked, right fielder Korynn Bischoff knocked a bases-clearing triple into right field to give her team a 3-1 lead. Short stop Hannah Reimel's single scored Bischoff, and the Banshee's ended their two-out rally with a 4-1 lead.

The Fire had a chance to make a comeback in the bottom of the fourth inning, when a single, walk and a Banshee's error resulted in a Hannah Ruffner run scored to make it 4-2. Unfortunately for Fort Royal, a strike out, pop out and ground out left two runners stranded in scoring position. 

Mary Picozzi then relieved Banshee's starter Kylie Woloshyn, after she went four strong innings, allowing two runs, one earned on five hits, while striking out one and walking two. Picozzi followed her teammate counterpart by finishing the final three innings without allowing a run, on one hit with a strikeout and two walks.

Horsham added on two runs for good measure in the top of the seventh, when a Fire error off a batted ball by Reimel scored Guerrera from second base, and Taylor Nelson's single to right field scored Reimel.

Nine different Banshee's recorded hits on the day and five different batters scored runs, while three had multi-hit days. Woloshyn picked up the win for her efforts.


Colt 16U: Buffalo, New York Inferno 2 Franklin, Connecticut Bombers (Teal) 1

Considering the Franklin, Connecticut Bombers (Teal) were coming off a semifinal contest in which they won a 1-0 defensive struggle over the Ashburn, Virginia Shooting Stars and the Buffalo, New York Inferno were throwing their ace, McKenzie Suto, fans at Philip A. Bolen Park in Leesburg, Virginia were expecting another thrilling, close contest. The Colt 16U Championship Game of the PONY East Zone Girls Softball Nationals lived up to expectations, until the Inferno broke through in the third inning.

Designated hitter Syd Mackintosh began the inning with a leadoff walk and moved up to second on a Cara Leone groundout. Second baseman Syd Belicki singled, advancing Mackintosh to third and short stop Iris Kahris came through with a double to centerfield that scored both Mackintosh and Belicki. Both runs were pivotal in Buffalo’s quest for a title. 

Throughout the remaining three and a half innings, Franklin’s inability to cash in with runners in scoring position marred its chances to win the game. In the top of the fourth inning, Suto was able to escape trouble, after the Bombers’ first two hitters of the inning reached base, by sending the next three down in order. 

After turning to Maria Hanchuk, who pitched a complete game shutout with 11 strikeouts in the semifinals, going into the fourth inning, the Bombers completely shut down the Inferno offense. Hanchuk finished the game going 3.2 innings with six strikeouts and two walks, while allowing just one hit. Momentum seemed to swing Franklin’s way in the top of the fifth inning, when Lindsay Curto scored on a passed ball and Maya Waldron advanced to third base, but Suto struck out Shea Vignone to end the threat.

In the top of the sixth inning, in a downpour, the Bombers looked to strike again, as Kelsie LaHouse walked with one out and Kacie Shea singled, and then both runners advanced a base on an Abbe Minor fielder’s choice. Unfortunately for the Bombers, the Inferno’s Valerie Wales came up with her first of two amazing catches in left field that saved the day for the Inferno.

With two outs more to spare, down a run in the top of the seventh inning, the Bombers bench thought they tied the game when Shea Gendron crushed a ball to deep left field, but Wales’ second sensational catch and Hanchuk’s groundout ended the game 2-1 Inferno. 

Suto earned the win after pitching a complete game and allowing just a run (unearned) on six hits, while striking out four and walking two.


Palomino 18U: East Bridgewater, Massachusetts Drifters 12 Sugarloaf, Pennsylvania Stripes & Strikes 2 (F/5)

Contrasting the Colt 16U Championship Game, offense was the name of the game in the Palomino 18U title match. The East Bridgewater, Massachusetts Drifters jumped out to an early 5-0 lead in the bottom of the first inning against the Sugarloaf, Pennsylvania Stripes & Strikes and never relented, resulting in a 12-2 10-run-rule victory to win the championship.

In that first inning, starting off, the Drifters’ Cassie Graca doubled to center field and Jackie Gavin brought her home on her double to left to make it 1-0. After a walk and a fielder’s choice, Sophie Halverson crushed a ball to left center for a double, scoring Gavin and Emily Critch, but resulting in Liv Labbe getting caught going home. After a ground out, River Glenn doubled to center field, scoring Halverson, and Glenn scored on an error during Clara DeCarvalho’s single. 

The Stripes & Strikes battled back in the top of the second inning, as Hope Kinney singled, Celine Podlesney singled and Alyssa Stover brought Kinney home on her single to right field, while moving Podlesney to third base. Two outs later, Josie Dershem doubled to center field to score Podlesney and advance Kinney to third, but Drifters’ starter Kyleigh O’Donnell got Marissa Trivelpiece to ground out and end the inning at 5-2 Drifters.

East Bridgewater added to its lead in the bottom of the third inning, when Emily Critch led off the inning with a double and Labbe brought her home on a single to center. 

The game got away from the Stripes & Strikes in the bottom of the fourth inning, as Courtney Fisher began the inning with a double, Elizabeth D’Agostino walked and Julia Vaillancourt picked up an RBI on a ground ball single to the left side. After Graca walked, Gavin singled, scoring both D’Agostino and Vaillancourt to make it 9-2. Following a line out and a walk to Labbe, Stripes & Strikes starter Podlesney was pulled. 

Halverson continued to crush the ball, recording yet another hit and scoring Graca. Then O’Donnell reached on an error, which scored Gavin and advanced the Drifters’ runners each a base. With a 10-run rule victory in sight, Glenn hit a weak ground ball down to first base, Podlesney stepped on first for the out and gunned the ball home, but Labbe’s speed was good enough to score and win the game for East Bridgewater 12-2. 

Collecting the win in the shortened game was Courtney Fisher, who, in just seven pitches, picked up three outs and allowed one hit. She relieved O’Donnell, who pitched well to start the game, going three innings and striking out two, but allowing two earned runs on five hits and walking one.

Leading the offensive charge for the Drifters were Gavin and Halverson, who both recorded two hits and three RBI on the day, while Stover was two-for-two with an RBI for the Stripes & Strikes.


PONY East Zone Girls Softball Nationals 2017 Videos

Bronco 12U & Pony 14U Highlights

Colt 16U & Palomino 18U Highlights

PONY South Zone Girls Softball World Series 2017

July 18-22
Location: Laredo, Texas

Shetland 6U Champion: San Antonio (Normoyle), Texas

Shetland 6U Finalist: San Antonio (Normoyle), Texas 

Pinto 8U Champion: Manchaca, Texas

Pinto 8U Finalist: San Antonio (Normoyle), Texas

Mustang 10U Champion: San Antonio (Edgewood), Texas

Mustang 10U Finalist: Weslaco, Texas

Bronco 12U Champion: Weslaco, Texas

Bronco 12U Finalist: San Antonio (Normoyle), Texas

Pony 14U Champion: Kingsville, Texas

Pony 14U Finalist: Liberty Hill (Panthers), Texas

Colt 16U Champion: Laredo, Texas

Colt 16U Finalist: Kingsville, Texas

Palomino 18U Champion: Laredo, Texas


Official 2017 Highlight Video

Pinto 8U Championship Game Highlights

Colt 16U Championship Game Highlights

Day 3 Highlights

Day 2 Highlights

Opening Day Highlights

Opening Ceremonies

PONY West Zone Girls Softball World Series 2017

Dates: July 26-30
Location: Hemet, California

It was a sensational time at the PONY West Zone Girls Softball World Series in Hemet, California, as 43 teams across five age divisions participated in 115 games at Diamond Valley Lake Park. After five days of battling the competition and the 100 degree heat, five championship-winning teams rose above the rest of the field to earn the title of PONY Girls Softball West Zone champions.

Pinto 8U Championship: Indio, California 4 Redlands, California 3

Down a run in the top of the sixth inning, Indio, California had one final at-bat to pull off the comeback in the Pinto 8U championship game of the PONY West Zone Girls Softball World Series. Thanks to two clutch hits by Belinda Rivera and Mellani Tamayo and three strikeouts, defensively, in the bottom of the sixth, Indio was able to obtain victory from the jaws of defeat 4-3.

Indio struck first in the top of the first inning, when Valeria Balbuena was hit by a pitch and came around to score on a Melanie Vasquez single, as Redlands threw the ball around. But Redlands struck back in the bottom of the second inning thanks to a Jadah Norby inside-the-park home run, which tied the game. Camrynn Culp then singled, she was advanced to second on an error and then to third on Addison King's single during the next at-bat. Culp then scored on another Redlands error, making it 2-1, and Redlands would later get another run in the bottom of the third.

In the top of the fourth, three-straight errors led to an Indio run, but that was all the squad could get in the inning. The team also squandered another opportunity in the top of the fifth, when the bases were loaded with one out, but back-to-back strikeouts ended the scoring threat. 

It was then in the top of the sixth that Indio turned on the "on switch," as the team was facing defeat if it could not score a run. Balbuena led off the inning with a single and was scored on Rivera's triple to left field, tying the game at three. With the go-ahead run on third base, Tamayo knocked a double into left to give her team a 4-3 lead. 

Unfortunately for Redlands, three-consecutive strikeouts in the bottom of the sixth inning ended the game.

Stats (Indio-Redlands): HERE

Mustang 10U Championship: Moreno Valley, California 9 Coachella, California 4

After building a 9-2 lead after the first two innings and getting out of three jams defensively in the middle innings of the game, Moreno Valley, California was able to outlast Coachella, California and win a title (9-4) in the Mustang 10U championship game at the PONY West Zone Girls Softball World Series.

The Coachella bats were hot to start out the game, as the first three hitters in the top of the first all singled to give their team a 2-0 lead. Moreno Valley did its damage with two outs in the bottom of the first. With runners on the corners, Madison Barrios hit a pop fly and reached on an error, which scored Imani Shannon. Another error loaded the bases, and Lucero Robles knocked in Judith Carbajal to tie the game at two. Ezebelle Ward broke the game open and gave her team a lead on the next at-bat, as she hit a bases-clearing triple, ending the scoring for the inning (5-2 Moreno Valley).

Moreno Valley added on in the bottom of the second, when Aubrey Sollano first tripled and then was scored on a Makayla Overton single into left. After a sacrifice bunt, Emani Moore tripled to left, scoring Overton, and a Giselle Morales single up the middle on the next at-bat scored Moore. Later in the inning, Robles singled, bringing home Morales in the process, as Moreno Valley built itself a comfortable 9-2 lead.

Coachella got a run back in the top of the third on a Jaeda Diaz RBI single, but the team wasn't able to add on any more runs after a strikeout and caught stealing attempt. Coachella once again left two runners stranded in the top of the fourth, and after getting another run in the top of the fifth, when Victoria Guzman scored on a wild pitch, Coachella stranded the bases loaded trailing 9-4. 

Morales came in to close in the top of the sixth for Moreno Valley, relieving Moore. Morales gave up a leadoff triple to Leilani Landeros, but she was caught trying to steal home on the next at-bat. After allowing a single, Morales recorded a strikeout and a ground out to win the game for Moreno Valley 9-4.

Stats (Moreno Valley-Coachella): HERE

Bronco 12U Championship: Redlands, California 11 Ramona, California 1 

Redlands, California started off the Bronco 12U championship game of the PONY West Zone Girls Softball World Series tagging Ramona, California for five runs and never looked back, scoring runs in each of the following innings, while playing sensational defense, to win 11-1 in a shortened 10-run rule game.

In the top of the first inning, with two outs, Redlands went on a rally of five-straight singles, which resulted in five runs scored to set the tone for the game. Redlands continued to add on in the top of the second, when Jayna Lopesz hit a two-RBI single to right field to make it 7-0. But Ramona responded with a RBI single of its own in the bottom of the second. A double play with two runners in scoring position ended a chance for Ramona to cut the deficit after two complete (7-1 Redlands).

A single and a walk set the table for Redlands in the top of the third, and Anessa Jimenez scored, when starting pitcher Rosalinda Ramirez reached on an error. After allowing a single in the bottom of the third, Ramirez retired the next nine-consecutive batters she faced, as her team built a 10-run lead. Ramirez finished the day going five innings strong, allowing just one run on three hits, while striking out two and walking two, as Redlands came away with the 10-run rule victory 11-1 in five innings.

Stats (Redlands-Ramona): HERE

Pony 14U Championship: El Monte, California 6 High Desert (Revenge), California 4

El Monte starting pitcher Xitlali Montes was cruising through the first six innings of the Pony 14U championship game of the PONY West Zone Girls Softball World Series, before High Desert (Revenge), California made its comeback in its final chance at the plate. But after scoring three runs in the top of the seventh to cut the deficit to two, High Desert could not come up with the hit it needed, as El Monte came away with the win 6-4.

The game started off well for El Monte, as four-straight singles and a sacrifice fly gave the team a 3-0 advantage after one complete. El Monte added a run in the bottom of the third, when Abril Gonzalez doubled home Mariah Torres, after she recorded a single and advanced to second on a passed ball (4-0).

After sending down the first 11 High Desert batters she faced to start the game, Montes finally allowed a single in the top of the fourth, but she quickly responded with a ground out to end the inning.

In the bottom of the fourth, El Monte's Charlene Sanchez singled, stole second and advanced to third on a passed ball to start the inning. Alexis Ortega walked, and Alexis Cobos hit a blooper into right field that was misplayed for an error, scoring Sanchez and moving Ortega to third. Torres then grounded out, but she recorded a valuable RBI to give El Monte a 6-0 lead. High Desert was finally able to get to Montes in the top of the fifth, as a couple of wild pitches cost her team a run. 

The climactic moment of the game was in the top of the seventh, when High Desert's Selena Frasto hit a double, Lita Suarez bunted and reached on an error, scoring Frasto and Rylin Carrillo tripled to score Suarez to cut the lead to three. Montes was then relieved by Ortega, finishing her solid performance in the championship game. But after a High Desert RBI ground out, the lead was just two. After a pop out, High Desert's Alina Lopez reached on an error, but Ortega was able to induce a ground ball and get the out to win the game 6-4.

Three earned runs were charged to Montes, but she finished the game with six innings pitched and a strikeout, while allowing six hits and a walk. Ortega completed one inning, allowing two hits, but no runs. 

Stats (El Monte-High Desert): HERE

Colt/Palomino combined 16/18U Championship: Manila, Philippines 7 Hemet/San Jacinto (Xplozion), California 1

Thanks to a complete game, two-hit, one earned run (on a home run) performance by starting pitcher Alma Tauli, Manila, Philippines was able to build a sizable lead and lean on the talents of their winning pitcher to record a 7-1 victory over Hemet/San Jacinto (Xplozion), California in the Colt/Palomino 16/18U championship game of the PONY West Zone Girls Softball World Series.

A two-out, two-RBI double by Khrisha Cantor gave Manila an early 2-0 lead after the first half-inning of the game. Solo home runs by Mary Pasadas in the top of the second and Ma Angelu Gabriel in the top of the fourth gave the Asia-Pacific Zone squad a comfortable 4-0 lead, and the Filipinos really broke the game open later in the top of the fifth, when Cantor hit a bases clearly double (7-0).

After sending nine-consecutive Hemet/San Jacinto batters down in order from the first through fourth innings, the Californians finally got to Tauli, as Danielle Lebsock hit a solo homer to left (7-1 Manila). But over the next half of the game, Tauli was arguably just as good as the first, as she went the distance (seven innings), allowing just one run on two hits and three walks while striking out five. 

Gabriel and Maria Bautista paced Manila with three hits each, while Cantor led the team with five RBI. Bautista and Shaina Camacho both recorded two runs scored apiece, leading the team, as Manila came away with a 7-1 victory.

Stats (Manila-Hemet/San Jacinto):

Softball World Series

2016 Softball World Series Event Winners

East Zone

The 2016 East Zone Mustang 10U Travel/Select Girls Softball World Series Champion is Loudoun Liberty (Round Hill, Virginia).

3 - Lindsay Bogle
22 - Ava Carey
56 - Devin Cawthorne
1 - Michelle Chatfield
8 - Carly Constantino
2 - Chloe Constantino
27 - Cora Ely
33 - Abigail Lane
12 - Milee Partlow
6 - Alaina Santoli
11 - Alexis Schaaf
4 - Carly Smith
13 - Erynn Thompson

Manager - Jen Lane
Coach - Josh Partlow
Coach - Todd Schaaf
Coach - Brian Thompson
The 2016 East Zone Bronco 12U Travel/Select Girls Softball World Series Champion is PA Strikers 12U '03 (Douglasville, Pennsylvania).

10 - Morgan Defreitas
99 - Morgan Farthing
3 - Willow Haag
5 - Dani Hayes
9 - Alivia Lichtner
8 - Brianna Peck
27 - Angelina Romano
53 - Charlotte Skonieczny
24 - Delaney Smith
6 - Haley Speicher
22 - Morgan Twaddell
13 - Jordyn Wacker

Manager - Camille Hayes
Coach - Jeff Farthing
Coach - Scott Haag
Coach - Michael Romano
The 2016 East Zone Pony 14U Travel/Select Girls Softball World Series Champion is Blue Thunder (Jamison, Pennsylvania).

29 - Alyssa Catron
26 - Grace Dryden
3 - Brooke Espenshade
32 - Katie Hines
6 - Cori Jones
33 - Kylie Kenney
2 - Bri Koonce
11 - Ashley Ladzenski
24 - Jenna Markman
17 - Colebe Oliver
7 - Alexa Ortman
9 - Maddie Rowley
21 - Vanessa Tancini

Manager - Dan Kenney
Coach - Dave Dryden
Coach - Joe Ladzenski
Coach - Dean Markman
The 2016 East Zone Colt 16U Travel/Select Girls Softball World Series Champion is Team Long Island (Hicksville, New York).

8 - Janae Barracato
22 - Sabrina Caputo
25 - Kirstin Cox
13 - Sophie Dandola
44 - Vecchia, Della Vecchia
23 - Jenny Hickey
3 - Jessica Hom
55 - Tonianne Larson
29 - Samantha Merino
33 - Hannah Pineda
15 - Brianna Pinto
27 - Gianna Ranieri
2 - Jaclyn Rodriguez
10 - Megan Schumacher

Manager - Angel Mangual
Coach - Will Hickey
Coach - Ralph Ranieri
Coach - Ed Rodriguez

The 2016 East Zone Palomino 18U Travel/Select Girls Softball World Series Champion is Jersey Intensity-Piening from (Farmingdale, New Jersey).

5 - Annmarie Cooker
21 - Julia Cooker
26 - Kristi Dimeo
9 - Meghan Dressel
2 - Gabriella Fredette
25 - Chelsea Howard
73 - Ariella Jackson
6 - Andrea Johnson
44 - Grace Kelly
7 - Izzy Kelly
14 - Taylor Levant
16 - Emilie Morse
8 - Morgan Mullin
4 - Sarah Piening
72 - Kayla Sobolak
50 - Savannah Sobolak
24 - Madison Wilson

Manager - Daniel Piening
Coach - Michael Cooker
Coach - Ray Howard
Coach - Tim Kelly

South Zone

To view the photo gallery, which includes the Opening Ceremonies, Champions Game and more, click below. Photos courtesy of South Zone PONY Softball Director Barbara Squires-Wray.

South Zone Softball World Series 2016

The 2016 South Zone Shetland 6U Girls Softball World Series Champion is the La Villa Diamond Queens (La Villa, Texas).


Bridget Perez (Manager)
Robert Perez
Roger Perez
Rocky Rodriguez

The 2016 South Zone Pinto 8U Girls Softball World Series Champion is the CPYL Monster Bats (Leander, Texas).

33Arguijo, Ciana  
5Broderick, Shelby  
21Dobbins, Jaslyn  
1Garcia, Haley  
9Keeling, Reagan  
26Kriegh, Isabelle  
88Lee, Madelyn  
77Robinson, Alivia  
42Shifflett, Addison  
4Slaughter, Grace  
00Stemmons, Renee  
45Vannoy, Delaney  

Anthony Arguijo (Manager)
Charles Dobbins
Rod Garcia
Bobby Lee

The 2016 South Zone Mustang 10U Girls Softball World Series Champion is the Team Texas Blasters (Amarillo, Texas).

10Constantino, Chloe

8Drum, Sydni

6Flores, Jai-Lynn

9Garcia, Makayla

23Guiterrez, Leila

7Hernandez, Ariana

15Herrera, Samantha

12O'Brien, Rylee

1Olivas, Teresa

4Reyna, Madison

33Rodriguez, Jordyn

3Salinas, Destinie

Bobby Drum (Manager)
Sjanna Drum
Rance O'Brien
Mike Salinas

The 2016 South Zone Bronco 12U Girls Softball World Series Champion is the Team Texas Blasters (Amarillo, Texas).

99Aguilar, Ansley

21Ashford, Ryleigh

5Boles, Erin

23Carr, Lanay

34Castilleja, Savannah

12Cottrell, Kamryn

19Englund, Madi-Lynne

7Flores, Riley

00Garcia, Serena

25Loper, Carolyn

17Lopez, Ava

88Montemayor, Hailey

8Noble, Bethany

44Sandoval, Makenna

Jack Castilleja (Manager)
Trey Aguilar
Arturo Lopez
Marcos Montemayor

The 2016 South Zone Pony 14U Girls Softball World Series Champion is the Medina Valley Panthers (Castroville, Texas).

4Barclay, Brianna

35Benke, Trystan

50Camacho, Krystyn

8Chester, Taylor

12Friesenhaun, Emily

1Garza, Olivia

3Griggs, Kamryn

22Guinther, Addison

11Gutierrez, Deitra

5Kinnett, Paityn

15Martinez, Madison

1Stivors, Kyrstan

13Winecoff, Madison

Cole Benke (Manager)
David Gutierrez
Lewis Winecoff

West Zone

The 2016 West Zone 8U Softball World Series Champion is Moreno Valley, California

56Esquivel, Yahaira

14Holquin, Meryssa
21Lincan, Danica

13Martinez, Briana

25Martinez, Giselle

27Morales, Giselle

5Orozco, Briana

26Ortega, Bryanna

24Ortiz, Jayla

23Overton, Makayla

10Pulido, Jessica

2Rivas, Leilani

6Scarlett, Madison

22Shannon, Imani

Mike Overton (Manager)
Gilbert Inojoza
Chris Holquin
Paula Flores

The 2016 West Zone 10U Softball World Series Champion is Moreno Valley, California



Marty Barrios (Manager)
Rodney Santos
Tatyana Sapp
Raul Teyo

The 2016 West Zone 12U Softball World Series Champion is Palm Springs, California

6Alarcon, Krystal 
3Black, Tessah 
22Casarrubias, Alyssa 
15Damian, Isabel 
9Garcia, Alexandra 
2Garcia, Alexandria  
10Gutierrez, Giuliana  
12Higuera, Victoria  
9Jimenez, Myranda  
4Lara, Jazmine  
5Rodrigues, Angelina  
1Salcedo, Makayla  
42Votta, Arianna  

Tony Rodrigues (Manager)
Joe Alarcon
Marcus Black
Eli Higuera

The 2016 West Zone 14U Softball World Series Champion is Colton, California



Nicole Ramirez (Manager)
Daniel Ramirez
David Fonseca

The 2016 West Zone 18/18U Softball World Series Champion is Valley-Wide (San Jacinto), California

3Arevalos, Annette   
7Chapparosa, Alayna   
11Chapparosa, Alyssa   
21Crawford, Kimberly   
88Cunningham, Katherine   
22De La Cruz, Alexis   
1Gonzalez, Vanessa   
13Ledesma, Julissa   
9Ledesma, Natalia   
4Martinez, Barbara   
20Nungaray, Erika   
2Nungaray, Tiffanee   
8Stone, Shannon   

Erasmo Ledesma (Manager)
Jose Gonzalez
Anthony Cunningham
Katie Muscente

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