Woodinville, P, Jr. A repeat Star Times selection, Schreyer is a key reason the Falcons are unbeaten and ranked No. 1 in the state in Class...
Woodinville, P, Jr.
A repeat Star Times selection, Schreyer is a key reason the Falcons are unbeaten and ranked No. 1 in the state in Class 4A. The Stanford commit is 16-0 with a 0.34 earned-run average, averaging more than 10 strikeouts per game. She has lost just once the past two seasons.
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Juanita, P, Sr.
Rhodes led Juanita to the Class 3A state championship last season and hopes for a repeat performance this weekend. She is 17-1 (losing only to Woodinville) with a 0.53 ERA and 199 strikeouts in 106 innings. Rhodes will play next year for Notre Dame.
Arlington, Utility, Jr.
Ladinas pitched and played DP (designated player) or in the outfield on a team that made a strong run at a state-tournament berth before falling short. She batted .533 with a .917 slugging percentage, scoring 32 runs. On the mound, she had a 1.49 ERA with 183 strikeouts.
Woodinville, IF, Sr.
One of the best defensive shortstops in the area, Weir is a three-year starter hoping to lead the Falcons to the 4A state title. She carries a .661 slugging percentage with 26 RBI. Will play for Boise State next season.
Everett, IF, Sr.
Levin, who pitches and plays first base, makes the Seagulls a threat to win the 3A state title this weekend. Through the regular season, she batted .508 with an .885 slugging percentage and 39 RBI. She was 12-1 on the mound.
Bainbridge, IF, Sr.
Willmann pitches and plays second base for a team looking to reach the 3A state-championship game for the fourth consecutive year. She has had at least one hit in all but one game, building a .470 batting average and .727 slugging percentage.
Tahoma, IF, Sr.
Walley, who pitches and plays first base or DP, is a feared hitter with a .588 batting average and 1.200 slugging percentage, leading the Bears to state for the second straight year. She carries a .398 career batting average.
Kentlake, OF, Sr.
Called “Black Hole” because almost everything near her disappears into her glove, Engman keyed the Falcons’ run to a division title and return trip to state. She has especially been hot in the postseason with a 1.233 OPS (on base plus slugging percentage).
Jefferson, OF, Sr.
Goranson, who has committed to Portland State, is batting .526 — her third straight .500-plus season — with a .921 slugging percentage, leading the No. 6 Raiders back to state for the fourth year in a row.
Snohomish, OF, Jr.
Known for her fearless, diving catches, Pisac led the young Panthers to within one win of a trip to the 4A state tournament. She made no errors and finished the regular season with a .453 batting average and .792 slugging percentage.
Woodinville, C, Jr.
Boyd, who already has committed to Oregon State, is having a big year in her first season as a starter. She leads a talented team in RBI with 36 and is batting .531 with a 1.078 slugging percentage.
McCloskey has the 23-1 Spartans bidding for a fourth straight trip to the Class 3A state-championship game. Her eight-year record is an impressive 179-58, including 156-33 the past six seasons.