Tulare Union’s Mia Reynolds voted SBLive’s Northern California High School Athlete of the Week

Congratulations to Tulare Union softball senior Mia Reynolds for being voted SBLive’s Northern California High School Athlete of the Week for June 14-20!

The senior threw a complete game shutout to beat Liberty (Madera) for a CIFCS Division 3 title.

Reynolds received 63.15% of the vote, beating out Clovis North’s Ryan Maddox who finished second with 35.81%.

Here are the other athletes who were nominated for the week of June 14-20:

Roxanne Guera, Mission Prep softball: In both the semifinals and finals for Central Coast Section Division 6, Guera threw a one-hitter and complete game shutout with 12 strikeouts. She also went a combined 2-7 with a home run and two RBIs.

Briana Solis, Highland softball: Solis threw complete game shutouts in both the semifinals and finals for Division 5 in the Central Section, and also went 3-7 with a walk.

Kamerynn Cordova, Fowler softball: Cordova pitched complete game shutouts in the final two rounds of CIFCS Division 4 playoffs, and hit a solo blast for the lone run of the game in Fowler’s championship victory.

Erica Flores, Dinuba softball: Flores threw seven innings and allowed just one earned run in a win over Tulare Western in the CIFCS Division 2 semifinals, and also went 2-3 with a home run, a double, and two RBIs. Then she was part of a shutout effort in the circle in Dinuba’s championship victory against Selma, in which Faith Hernandez’ two-run blast provided the game’s only runs.

Ryan Maddox, Clovis North softball: In the Broncos’ 6-3 victory against Clovis for the Central Section Division 1 title, Maddox went 3-4 with a homer and a double, and also got the win in the circle.

Easton Kreshel, Valley Christian baseball: Kreshel hit home runs in both the semifinals and finals as the Warriors won their fourth straight CIFCCS Division 1 title.

JP Boyle, Sequoia baseball: Boyle helped lead Sequoia to a CIFCCS Division 2 title smashing home runs in both the semifinals and finals. In total for the week, he went 4-6 with three walks, five RBIs, and four runs.

Nate Palacioz, Madera baseball: Palacioz threw a two-hitter and allowed just one run in seven innings to lift the Coyotes over Arroyo Grande for a Central Section Division 2 title.

Mark Hu, Harker baseball: In the CIFCCS Division 6 semifinals, Hu threw six innings with just two runs allowed for a win. Then he went off in the championship game, a 16-15 barn-burner over Stevenson, batting 4-5 with a homer and four RBIs, coming around to score all four times.

Temo Becerra, Buchanan baseball: Becerra hit two home runs in a 17-4 rout of Liberty (Bakersfield) to win the CIFCS Division 1 championship.

Jacob Godwin, Gilroy baseball: Godwin went 3-5 with a homer, a triple, three RBIs, and the game-winning run to lead Gilroy over Pacific Grove in the 10th inning for a CIFCCS Division 5 title.

Jace Sherley, Bakersfield Christian baseball: Sherley went 2-2 with two doubles, five RBIs, a walk, and two runs scored in BCHS’ 14-6 win over Santa Maria for the CIFCS Division 4 championship.

Julian Orozco, Kennedy (Delano) baseball: Orozco threw a complete game shutout and one-hitter with 14 strikeouts in Kennedy’s 19-0 blowout of Fresno Christian for the Central Section Division 6 crown.

Adam Salazar, Ridgeview baseball: Salazar went 3-3 with a walk and two RBIs to lift Ridgeview over Kerman in the CIFCS Division 3 finals.

Dexter Quisol, Burlingame baseball: In the last two rounds of the CIFCCS Division 3 playoffs, went 4-8 with two doubles, three RBIs, three runs, and a stolen base to help Burlingame to a championship.

Aaron Parker, Los Altos baseball: While Los Altos came up short against Burlingame in the finals, Parker went a combined 6-7 with two home runs, a triple, and seven RBIs in the semifinals and finals.

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