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Star’s Girls Softball Players of the Year: Bianca Noriega

BIANCA NORIEGACAMARILLO The 5-foot-3 senior outfielder had a productive season for the Scorpions. Noriega batted .466 with 41 hits, 38 RBIs and 26 runs scored as Camarillo captured a share of the Pacific View League title. She was a first-team All-Pacific View League’s selection. Noriega enjoys watching sports with her dad, listening to Taylor Swift …

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Shadinger tosses no-hitter in Camarillo playoff win

No head coach, no problem for the Camarillo High softball team. Pitcher Sarah Shadinger helped emphatically ensure that was the case. The senior threw a no-hitter with 12 strikeouts and only one walk as second-seeded Camarillo opened its CIF-Southern Section Division 2 title defense with an 8-0 first-round victory over Diamond Bar on Thursday afternoon …

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Oxnard softball growing into contending role

Oxnard High softball coach Paul Tinoco anticipated his team would experience some growing pains this season. The Yellowjackets graduated six starters from last year’s CIF-Southern Section Division 2 semifinal team. Finding consistency has been an overriding goal, and last week was a perfect example. After performing well against some strong competition at the Michelle Carew …

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Star Athlete of the Week: Bianca Noriega

Noriega threw a one-hitter and hit a two-run double to beat Valencia. Less than 24 hours later, the Cal State Monterey Bay-bound Noriega belted a grand slam and a triple against Ventura while striking out 10 batters to pick up the win in relief.

Camarillo hopes right mix will result in another CIF title

The Camarillo High softball team returns nearly every player from last season’s CIF-Southern Section Divison 2 championship team.It would be logical to assume the Scorpions would be the favorites to repeat. Logical, but not quite so simple, according to Camarillo head coach Jack Willard. “The interesting thing about coaching is that all teams are different. …

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