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Prep Softball 1995: Preview : Garden Grove League

March 14, 1995

Coaches: Allan Verellen, Bolsa Grande; Cliff White, Garden Grove; Tom Wills, Los Amigos; Dave Weld, La Quinta; Rob Weil, Pacifica; Roy Mendoza, Rancho Alamitos; Corky Driver, Santiago.

Facts and Figures: With perennial league-power Kennedy moving to the Empire League, Pacifica becomes the league favorite because it has the best returning pitcher in sophomore Toni Mascarenas. She had a county-low 0.11 earned-run average in the regular season. Teammate Andrea Pickett (.323) is the leading returning hitter. . . . The Mariners have seven starters and four all-league players coming back. They are also bolstered by a talented freshman, pitcher Amanda Freed. . . . Garden Grove Coach Paula Cervantes coached her 11th year, improved her record to 223-95-2, and resigned.

1994 In Review

League Overall School W L W L Kennedy 12 1 21 6 Pacifica 12 1 21 6 Garden Grove 9 5 18 12 La Quinta 8 6 15 10 Rancho Alamitos 8 6 13 8 Bolsa Grande 4 10 7 15 Santiago 2 12 8 15 Los Amigos 0 14 0 18

Highlights: Kennedy's Lisa Pitt had three no-hitters in five days, including a perfect game against then-second-place La Quinta one day after beating Pacifica. . . . Kennedy and Pacifica also tied in one of their games. . . . Toni Mascarenas pitched three shutouts in the playoffs before finally losing to Division I champion Marina, 1-0, in 10 innings in the Section semifinals.

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