Advertisement
 
YOU ARE HERE: LAT HomeCollectionsSoftball Players San Fernando Valley
IN THE NEWS

Softball Players San Fernando Valley

FEATURED ARTICLES
SPORTS
June 23, 1995 | VINCE KOWALICK
Lindsay Parker's prolific four-year high school career came to a close this season with La Canada's 2-0 victory over San Bernardino Cajon in the Southern Section Division IV final. Now Parker, The Times' Valley pitcher of the year, is headed to Fresno State and the challenge of mowing down college competition. Parker compiled a 73-12 record while logging 83 complete games. In 613 innings, she struck out 1,060 batters and walked only 58. She gave up 124 hits and 52 runs, only 10 of them earned.
ARTICLES BY DATE
SPORTS
June 23, 1995 | VINCE KOWALICK
Lindsay Parker's prolific four-year high school career came to a close this season with La Canada's 2-0 victory over San Bernardino Cajon in the Southern Section Division IV final. Now Parker, The Times' Valley pitcher of the year, is headed to Fresno State and the challenge of mowing down college competition. Parker compiled a 73-12 record while logging 83 complete games. In 613 innings, she struck out 1,060 batters and walked only 58. She gave up 124 hits and 52 runs, only 10 of them earned.
Advertisement
SPORTS
June 23, 1995
Tom Parker (Coach) LA CANADA La Canada won the Division IV championship with Parker at the helm. Parker, whose career record is 64-10, has led the Spartans to Rio Hondo League titles in each of his three years. Tashie Aguinaga (SS) ANTELOPE VALLEY The sophomore was one of the most-feared hitters in the Golden League, finishing with a .505 average, seven doubles, five triples and three home runs. Aguinaga led the Antelopes with 19 RBIs. Elizabeth Barnes (SS) CRESCENTA VALLEY Barnes batted .
SPORTS
June 23, 1995
Tom Parker (Coach) LA CANADA La Canada won the Division IV championship with Parker at the helm. Parker, whose career record is 64-10, has led the Spartans to Rio Hondo League titles in each of his three years. Tashie Aguinaga (SS) ANTELOPE VALLEY The sophomore was one of the most-feared hitters in the Golden League, finishing with a .505 average, seven doubles, five triples and three home runs. Aguinaga led the Antelopes with 19 RBIs. Elizabeth Barnes (SS) CRESCENTA VALLEY Barnes batted .
Los Angeles Times Articles
|