Ashly Flores is a 2010 graduate of Bethel High School who played club ball for Fury, Night Hawks. Washington Speed, Double J’s and Olympia Bulldogs. After spending her freshmen year at South Puget Sound, Ashly transferred to Pierce College last winter and is now ready to return to the field for her sophomore year of eligibility. Ashly is a hard-hitting utility player with experience behind the plate and at third base. At Bethel High School, Ashly was named Miss Offense 2009, team MVP and Captain in 2010, and was first team all-conference at third base. Ashly graduated from Bethel High School with a 2.9 GPA and intends to study dental hygiene.
Hailey Haukeli graduated from Bethel High School in 2010 with a 3.0 GPA and she played her club ball for Olympia Bulldogs. After spending her freshmen year at South Puget Sound, Hailey transferred to Pierce College last spring and, like Ashley Flores, Hailey is ready to resume her college softball career. Hailey was voted a Western Region First Team All-Star at the end of the 2011 season. She has not yet declared a major.
Katie Sisk is a 2011 graduate from Stadium High School with a 3.8 GPA. During her high school career, Katie was a four-year starter and was selected as a first team pitcher, first team infielder, second team infielder and a second team utility player. Katie played her club ball with Diamond Dusters Gold. She spent her freshmen year at Hillsborough College in Florida. Katie returned home after her freshman year and transferred to Pierce College. She is a highly skilled utility player and pitcher.
Halle Davis is a 2012 graduate from Kennedy High School, where she played basketball and softball. Halle played her club ball with Mosquito Squad Gold and Rainier Jets. She was named athlete of the year, captain of the year, first team all league third basemen and MVP. She intends to pursue a degree in sociology.
Brittanie Halquist graduated from Curtis High School in 2012 with a 2.8 GPA. She was a three-year starter for the Vikings. Brittanie was named to the First Team -All City team as utility player her senor year. Brittanie was an SPSL all-star her junior and senior years and, in 2011, she led the 4A SPSL in runs batted in while hitting .500 for the season. Brittanie was primarily a pitcher for the Vikings. However, for her club teams, Acers and NW Wildcats, Brittanie primarily played first base.
Sam Kimble graduated from Gig Harbor High School in 2012 with a 3.1 GPA. She was named a first team all-conference outfielder her senior year and a second team all-conference utility player her junior year. She played her club ball for Seattle Spice and most recently for Washington Thunder. Sam has experience at second base as well as in the outfield. She intends on transferring to Central Washington University and pursuing her degree in social sciences. She hopes to become a social worker.
Courtney Cox is a 2012 graduate from Enumclaw High School, where she was a four-year varsity member and a three-year starter as catcher. Courtney was named second team all-conference as a junior and first team all-conference as a senior. She led her high school team in batting average as a junior and as a senior. Enumclaw placed eighth at the state tournament Courtney's senior year and she received her team’s Captain Award. Courtney played her club ball for Kent Bulldogs, where she was a catcher and an outfielder. She graduated from high school with a 3.6 GPA and is pursuing a degree in education. She hopes to become a teacher and a coach.
Hailey Kenney is a 2012 graduate of Graham-Kapowsin High School, where she was four-year varsity starter. Hailey is a utility player with experience all over the field. She was named 4A SPSL South All-League Utility Player honorable mention in 2012 and second team utility in 2011. She was her team’s Offensive Player of the Year in 2010 and MVP in 2012. She was nominated for the Tacoma Athletic Commission’s Athlete of the Year.
Hollie Wood is a 2012 graduate of Orting High School. She was a four-year varsity starter and a two-year varsity captain. She played club ball for Washington Wildcats and Washington Thunder. Hollie played both volleyball and softball, but followed her heart and chose to pursue softball after high school. In 2009, she was voted most improved by her varsity team. In 2010, she was named second team all-Nisqually league catcher, 2011 named first team all-Nisqually league catcher in 2011, and league MVP in 2012. The same year, she was voted MVP by her Orting varsity team. The Tacoma News Tribune named her 2012 Best of the Rest and she received the honor of 1A All State Player Honorable Mention. Hollie graduated with a GPA of 2.5 and was named student of the month twice during her high school career. She has not decided on a major at this time.
Sonya Miller graduated from Tahquitz High School in California in 2011 with a 3.2 GPA. Sonya was a varsity starter and team captain all four years. She was named first team all-league her junior and senior years and was named offensive player of the year. She was recognized by the Hemet Unified School District as an outstanding student athlete her sophomore and senior years. She played seven years of travel ball with various teams in California.
Michaela Heileson had one year of varsity experience before graduating from Rogers High School in 2012 with a 3.7 GPA. Michaela most recently played her club ball for Washington Thunder. She intends to major in nursing.
Ericka Hobson graduated from South Kitsap High School in 2012 with a 2.7 GPA. Ericka was a three-year starter at SK. As a sophomore, she was named second team all-Narrows second baseman. As a junior, she was named first team all-Narrows as a catcher. As a senior, she was named first team all-Narrows shortstop and she was named to the All Kitsap team three consecutive years. Ericka played her three years with Washington Thunder as a catcher and middle infielder.
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