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Norwalk Girls Softball Association All-Stars to begin summer season

By Loren Kopff

The summer is just about to begin for 47 girls that were recently selected as all-stars for the Norwalk Girls Softball Association. The four all-star teams will begin their quest for an Amateur Softball Association ‘B’ championship on the weekend of May 25-28 by participating in the Walnut Memorial Day Tournament.
Other confirmed tournaments on the docket are the Norwalk Summer Daze Tournament (June 2-3), the Carlsbad Seabreeze Tournament (June 8-10) and the ASA ‘B’ District Tournament (June 22-24). Listed below are the 2012 all-stars and coaching staffs.

Ashley Benavides
Jolie Cabrera
Cerise Cervantes
Dalilah Garcia
Haylene Gonzalez
Alyvia Hernandez
Leilani Juan
Clarissa Marrujo
Layla Martinez
Gabriela Ortega
Estefania Perez
Malea Ritcharoen
Manager: Mike Ritcharoen
Coach: Armando Benavides
Coach: Ralph Ortega
Team mom: Carol Hernandez

Valerie Alvarez
Samantha Campos
Destanie Cervantes
Michelle Dominguez
Jazmin Enriquez
Alyssa Garcia
Nicole Gonzalez
Savannah Melendrez
Briana Morales
Brianna Nunez
Raquel Sanchez
Kaycee Sarno
Manager: Mario Cervantes
Team mom: Tiffany Becker

Chloe Armijo
Analiza Barragan
Azucena Enriquez
Deveny Hernandez
Skye Jimenez
Samantha Navarette
Chayanne Nevarez
Ashley Ponce
Destiny Rangel
Christina Shyrock
Daisy Torres
Alissa Vizcaino
Manager: Will Enriquez

Patricia Boyette
Erika Espinoza
Alyssa Fajardo
Sarah Guaydacan
Jasmine Leon
Alexandra Ochoa
Samantha Ontiveros
Mercedes Orozco
April Ortega
Sarah Segura
Andrea Villalta
Manager: Sal Ortega
Coach: Luis Ontiveros
Team mom: Sonia Ontiveros

  • Jesse says:

    Well that’s great about the 4 Allstar teams from Norwalk but let’s not forget about the 18u. This is the returning 18u from 2011 that went to state as 16u and went undefeated to take 1st place. Also went to Nationals in Arizona and took 2nd place not including a couple of tournaments before taken 2nd place. Norwalk has more to offer after 14u and Norwalk has a lot of talent so now we are trying to bring a 16u & 18u Allstar team to represent our city but our league is making it very hard with a outrageous fee knowing these girls have been with the league since some have been 6years old. It makes you wonder our we here for the girls or are the girls here for the league. This is a father of a child that has been here since 6 years of age. All she wants to do is play her last year with her friends before they are all off to college or work. What do you think?