The Elk Grove area was well represented in the recent Delta League Softball All-League list that was released at the end of the season.
Four Sheldon players as well as four Elk Grove players, four Pleasant Grove players and two Franklin softball players were voted to the list.
On top of their selection, Shea Moreno was named Player of the Year and her Sheldon coach Mary Jo Truesdale was named Delta League Coach of the Year by her peers, capping a tremendous year for the Lady Huskies.
Sam Oliver, Kiannah Pierce, Grace Owen and Kenedi Brown, also of the Delta League Champion Huskies, were named All-League as well.
Angelica Cano, Ariyana Miranda, Nina Revoir and Ava Hand of Elk Grove made All-League, as did Franklin’s Taylor Keinath and Courtney Jack.
Sophie Jacquez, Elise Madison, Kianah Corey and Aleigha Espejo of Pleasant Grove were all named All-League as well.
Moreno, a senior, had a .495 batting average, scored 38 runs, led her teammates with seven home runs, had 49 hits and 44 RBI.
Oliver had a .451 batting average, 26 runs, 46 hits and 39 RBI for Sheldon, which played in the Sac-Joaquin Section Championship series.
Owen, a junior, went 15-3 on the mound with 89 strikeouts and one save in 111 innings pitched. Owen had 16 hits and nine RBI as a hitter.
Pierce led the Lady Huskies with her .509 batting average, 42 runs and 57 hits and had 19 RBI.
Brown went 10-2 as a pitcher and led the team with 98 strikeouts. At the plate, Brown had a .333 batting average, 10 hits, seven RBI and one run.
Hand contributed five runs, 12 hits and nine RBI for the Lady Herd, who finished second in the Delta League, while on the mound the sophomore blew her competition away, going 13-8 with a 2.09 earned run average and a league-leading 200 strikeouts in 144.1 innings pitched.
Cano, a junior, had a .523 batting average (third best in league), 28 runs, led her team with 46 hits and 37 RBI (third among league leaders).
Miranda had a .459 batting average, a team-leading five home runs (and fourth among league leaders), 40 runs, 45 hits and 28 RBI, while Revoir, a senior, had a .443 batting average, 18 runs, 35 hits and 20 RBI.
Jacquez of the Lady Eagles had a .422 batting average, led her team with 28 runs, had 35 hits, and 16 RBI.
Madison had a .354 batting average, 17 hits and six RBI while Corey had a .426 batting average, 14 runs, 29 hits and 21 RBI including a team-leading five home runs.
Espejo had a .375 batting average, 20 runs, 24 hits and 23 RBI including one home run for the Lady Eagles, who went 9-5 in league and went on to go 2-2 in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division I playoffs.
For Franklin, Keinath, a senior, led the team with a .446 batting average, had 28 runs, led the team with 37 hits ad had 19 RBI including a home run.
Jack had a .378 batting average with 30 runs, 31 hits and a team-leading 32 RBI and nine home runs for the Lady Wildcats.