Bay Area Newsgroup Girls Athlete of the Week

Welcome to the Bay Area Newsgroup (wed news And East Bay TimesVoted Girls Athlete of the Week.

For the entire academic year, we’ll provide a list of candidates who stood out in the past week and allow you, the reader, to vote for the winner.

This week, we consider demonstrations from April 4-10.

Voting closed at 5 pm on Wednesday.

Until then, vote as many times as you want.

Candidates may be nominated for the Future Athlete Election of the Week,

We also review submitted statistics maxpreps by trainers/team statisticians.

On nominees:

(scroll down to vote)

Katie Bauer, Monte Vista Softball: Senior C/INF led the Mustangs 7-6, an eight-inning reversal at No. 9 Foothill (Bang Top 20) with 5 attempts for 5 wickets. He scored two runs, scored two runs and doubled as Monte Vista rallied to a 4–0 deficit after five innings. She leads the team with an average of .381.

Braxton Brown, Benicia Softball: Junior P/INF fired a 1-hitter at Livermore Stampede as Benicia took No. 3 Granada to lead 3-2. Scored three runs, scoring seven runs in his 6-innings gem. In the same tournament, Castro scored 4 for 4 in a 15-3 win over Vale. She is hitting .438 and leads Benicia at No. 17 with three homers.

Chloe Cummings, St. Francis Softball: Junior RHP threw a six-innings perfect game in an 8-0 win over Castro Valley at Livermore Stampede. RBI scored 13 runs and took 2 wickets for 2 wickets. Retired all six batsmen in a relief effort vs Independence. Committed to Siena College in Upstate New York.

Irene Frazier, Saratoga Softball: The junior catcher hit .643 (9 for 14) with 10 RBIs, two homers and two doubles in a 5-0 week for the Falcons. He hit both homers and scored four runs in a 5-4 win over Carlemont. Leads Saratoga in all three Triple Crown categories (average, homers, RBI).

Emma Ghione, Live Oak Lacrosse: Junior scored four goals in a row in wins over Lincoln-San Jose and Willow Glen. Leads Acorns with 26 goals. Plays midfield and draws specialist. Live Oak is the basketball team’s guard.

Amare Harlan, Fremont-Sunnyvale Track and Field: The junior sprinter and jumper finished in the top five and posted personal bests in three events at the Arcadia Invitational. He was third in the long jump with a jump of 19 feet, 7 inches. He finished fifth in both the 100m and 200m with timings of 11.92 and 24.44 seconds, respectively.

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