La Porte (Texas)It's hard to figure out which stats are most impressive for
infielder Victoria (Tori) Vidales
. Is it her batting average or her home runs?
On the season, Vidales is batting an incredible .897, which includes 26 hits in 29 at-bats. She's gone hitless just once, an 0-for-1 effort against Atascocita. Her on-base percentage is a ridiculous .930.
Vidales etched her name in the National Federation of High Schools Record Book and set a Texas state record last week when she belted four home runs in one game.
In an 8-2 win over Port Arthur Memorial, Vidales was 4-for-4 with four runs scored, seven RBIs and the four homers.
The national record for home runs in a game is five, set by Janet Weisenforth of Heatly (Green Island, N.Y.) in 1977. Of the 15 other players listed with four home runs in a game, none are from Texas. However, Heather Sterns of Hebron, the 2012 Gatorade State Player of the Year, hit four in one game against Pilot Point and was listed then as the first Texas schoolgirl to hit four home runs in one game.
The four homers give Vidales 11 on the season, as reported to MaxPreps.
Vidales is a two-time District 21-5A MVP and has committed to play at Texas A&M.