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Prep Softball 1995: Preview : Olympic League

March 14, 1995

Coaches: Dave Clifton, Brethren Christian; Robert Melendrez, Calvary Chapel; Tom Van't Land, Ontario Christian; Paul Sage, Orange Lutheran; Eleanor Dykstra, Cerritos Valley Christian; Tom Caffrey, Whittier Christian.

Facts and Figures: Orange Lutheran's Michelle Harrison batted .451 with 18 RBIs and had a 0.71 ERA as a junior. . . . Brethren Christian sophomore Brooke Hofstetter threw three no-hitters, and senior Michelle Rueter threw two, including a perfect game. . . . Calvary Chapel's Jennifer Melone batted .414 and Keri Pryzgocki had a 0.74 ERA; both were freshman. . . . All these players were named to the all-league team, as were two other freshmen, Whittier Christian's Joey Miller and Orange Lutheran's Carolyn Schulz. . . . Capistrano Valley Christian moved into the Arrowhead League.

1994 In Review

League Overall School W L W L Cer. Valley Chr. 12 0 24 3 Whittier Chr. 8 4 10 10 Brethren Chr. 7 5 14 7 Calvary Chapel 7 5 11 17 Orange Lutheran 4 8 9 9 Ontario Chr. 4 8 6 11 Cap. Valley Chr. 0 12 0 18

Highlights: Whittier Christian pitcher Deborah Goddu (0.33 ERA) was named the league's most valuable player, but the Heralds lost in the second round of the playoffs to semifinalist Santa Monica Crossroads, 4-0. . . . Valley Christian allowed only one run en route to the Southern Section Division V title. . . . Calvary Chapel lost, 3-2, in the first round to a Murietta Valley team that won 19 games.

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