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PREP SOFTBALL PREVIEW: SW Riverside County Players to Watch

03/25/2013, 2:39pm PDT
By Christopher Hadorn

Fifteen players to keep an eye on around the Valley this spring.

Heritage High pitcher Lexi Blevins recorded 130 strikeouts in 140 1/3 innings last year. She has verbally committed to the University of Tulsa.

Lacey Alderman, P, Murrieta Valley

Junior power pitcher posted a microscopic 0.64 ERA last year.

Lexi Blevins, P, Heritage

University of Tulsa commit went 13-9 with a 1.75 ERA last season.

Katie Datil, CF, Vista Murrieta

Power hitting senior will play at the University of Maryland next year.

Hannah Dewey, P, Great Oak

Composed southpaw is committed to the University of Maryland.

Kacey Everett, C, Temescal Canyon

High IQ backstop is the crutch the Titans pitching staff depends on.

Cheyenne Gandara, P, Hemet

Mountain Pass League defensive MVP will pitch at Charleston Southern next year.

Hailey Kofler, 2B, Temecula Valley

Senior posted a .908 slugging percentage last year. Bound for Weber State.

Mo Mercado, SS, Great Oak

Wolfpack’s vocal leader is an all-around player who can hit, run and field.

Sydney Romero, SS, Vista Murrieta

The Oklahoma verbal commitment is on track to enjoy an illustrious career like her older sister.

Olivia Sanchez, P/1B, Murrieta Valley

Groundball pitcher has a knack for pinpointing her offerings.

Kailee Smith, P, Paloma Valley

Junior is who the Wildcats lean on to make things happen this year.

Autumn Storms, P, Great Oak

Flame-throwing freshman has emerged as a shutdown starter.

Selina Ta’amilo, P, Vista Murrieta

UCLA verbal commitment not only throws hard, but she generates sharp, late movement on her pitches.

Austen Urness, C, Lakeside

The only catcher who has called pitches in Todd Naylor’s 21-year coaching career.

Mariah Young, 3B/1B/OF, Chaparral

Leadoff hitter can run, but also brings the added dimension of the deep fly.

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