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The Times' All-star Softball Team

June 20, 2002

*--* P Jamee Juarez, Hacienda Heights Wilson Jr Right-hander went 19-3 with a 0.17 earned-run average and 251 strikeouts in 169 innings; also batted .483 with 29 runs batted in P Michelle Turner, La Palma Kennedy Sr Opponents batted .110 against UCLA-bound player of the year, who finished with a 23-5 record, including 21 shutouts, and a 0.19 ERA C Elizabeth Peterson, Riverside Poly Sr A four-time league MVP, Michigan-bound Peterson batted .481 with 25 RBIs, 21 runs and a .772 slugging average 1B Jennifer Orpitelli, Garden Grove Pacifica Sr Syracuse-bound lefty protected Mallorie Lenn in the lineup but still batted .354 with 20 RBIs and 21 runs; she did not make an error INF Christina Clark, Mater Dei Sr Fresno State-bound shortstop batted .434 with 35 runs, 19 RBIs and 21 stolen bases. She struck out only three times INF Mallorie Lenn, Garden Grove Pacifica Sr Third baseman headed to Notre Dame made only one error, and cleaned up with a .398 batting average with 23 RBIs and 29 runs INF Ashley Van Boxmeer, El Modena Sr New Mexico-bound second baseman had .704 slugging average with 27 runs, 28 RBIs; she drew eight intentional walks OF Autumn Champion, Foothill Sr While protecting the leadoff batter, Arizona-bound center fielder batted .505 with 33 runs, 17 RBIs, 13 walks and 18 stolen bases OF Caitlin Lowe, Foothill Jr Left fielder batted .441 in leadoff spot, stole 37 bases in 43 attempts, scored 26 runs and had nine RBIs OF Lisa Modglin, Simi Valley Jr Marmonte League's MVP batted .456, scored 20 runs, had 11 RBIs, and threw out 10 runners from center field UTL Cambria Miranda, Camarillo So Shortstop was an extremely tough out, batting .415 with 23 RBIs, 27 runs and seven home runs

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For The Record
Los Angeles Times Friday June 21, 2002 Home Edition Main News Part A Page 2 National Desk 7 inches; 264 words Type of Material: Correction
Softball--Elizabeth Peterson of Riverside Poly High has committed to play softball at Michigan State, not Michigan, as reported incorrectly in a Sports story Thursday.

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