P - Katie Sutherland-Finch, Glencoe (Hillsboro, Ore.), Senior
The California-bound senior ended her career as one of the most dominant players in Oregon history, finishing her final high school season with a 26-2 record, 373 strikeouts and an 0.65 earned run average. P - Taylor McQuillin, Mission Viejo (Calif.), Senior
McQuillin is All-County first team for the second consecutive season. McQuillin's powerful pitching helped the Diablos win a second straight South Coast League title and hang on to the state's No. 1 ranking for much of the season. She went 25-2 with a 1.01 ERA and 266 strikeouts in 173 innings. She recorded 13 shutouts, including one no-hitter. She had 17 games with 10 strikeouts or more, including a season-high 14. McQuillin was the South Coast League co-MVP with teammate Alyssa Palomino. McQuillin also hit .416 with eight homers and 22 RBIs.P - Erin Rethlake, Huntington North (Ind.), Junior
The 5-foot-9 junior left-handed pitcher led the Vikings (26-3) to the Semi-State finals this past season. Rethlake posted a 23-1 record and a 0.18 ERA in the circle, compiling 317 strikeouts and just 23 walks in 154 innings pitched. She added a .486 batting average with 14 home runs and 36 RBIs. Rethlake is a first team All-State selection.
P - Taylor Nowlin, Sunrise Mountain (Peoria, Ariz.), Senior
Nowlin and Sunrise Mountain dominated Division II on the way to a state championship. Sunrise Mountain went 36-1 this season. Its only loss was to Glendale Mountain Ridge (the top seed in the Division I tournament) in the regular season. Nowlin was responsible for 21 of those wins. She recorded a 0.78 ERA and struck out 204 batters in 22 games pitched. Through five state tournament games, she saw just one run score while she was in the circle as Sunrise Mountain shut out its last four opponents to win the state championship. She also hit .402 with nine home runs and 33 RBIs.
P - Elizabeth Moss, Greenwood (Bowling Green, Ky.), Junior
Moss was 32-0 and struck out 222 in 182 innings. Of the 645 batters she faced, only 71 managed base hits. The All-State pitcher walked only 22 and compiled a 0.38 ERA.P - Kaylee Carlson, Pacifica (Garden Grove, Calif.), Junior
Overcame injuries to post a 19-1 record and a 0.62 ERA. She struck out 138 in 124 innings. The Orange County Register Pitcher of the Year has committed to North Carolina.P - Courtney Mirabella, Braden River (Bradenton, Fla.), Senior
The North Carolina State signee totaled 288 strikeouts with 1.97 strikeouts per inning. The right-hander, 16-4 on the season, also topped the state with a 0.24 ERA, surrendering only five earned runs. She finished her career with 945 strikeouts and is a two-time Bradenton Herald All-Area Player of The Year.
P - Jordan Weed, Toms River East (N.J.), Senior
Weed won 25 games for the Raiders and struck out 370 in 200 innings. She pitched 16 shutouts. She struck out all 21 batters in a perfect game against Manchester Township. She also batted .400 and drove in 27 runs. She will attend Boston College.P - Sydney O'Hara, Cicero-North Syracuse (Cicero, N.Y.), Senior
The 5-foot-7 senior right-handed pitcher led the Northstars to a 25-1 record and the Class AA state championship. O'Hara owned a 19-0 record with a 0.16 ERA while striking out 283 batters in 128 innings. She also batted .500 with 11 home runs and 42 RBIs. O'Hara is a three-time Central New York Player of the Year and First Team All-State selection. Syracuse is her next team. C - Zoe Murillo, Chapin (El Paso, Texas), Senior
A run-producing machine, Murillo drove in 87 runs on 84 base hits and batted .656 in 2013. Of her 44 extra base hits, 17 were round-trippers. In 41 games, she was hitless just twice as the Huskies went 33-8. She drove in 88 runs as a junior. Murillo, who posted a slugging pct. of 1.305, will attend Odessa College.
C - Maddy Jelenicki, Saugus (Calif.), Junior
Jelenicki batted .576, drove in 31 runs, scored 32 and 21 of her hits were for extra bases, including nine round-trippers. She struck out just once in 2013 as the Centurions finished 20-10. She has committed to UCLA.C - Lindsey Willmon, Lake City (Coeur d'Alene, Idaho), Senior
The California transfer made a big impact with the T'Wolves as she batted .576, scored 45 times and drove in 76 runs. She had a state-high 18 home runs and of her 57 hits, 35 went for extra bases. She had a base hit in all but one Lake City game en route to 28-0 season. She will attend Hawaii.1B - Jenni Brooks, Olathe East (Kan.), Senior
Brooks batted .627 with 30 RBIs and had an .880 slugging percentage as East repeated as state champions. She was 11-0 and posted an 0.83 ERA. Brooks split her time between pitching and first base with fellow All-American Allison Stewart. She has signed with Wichita State.1B - Rebecca Lee, Pacifica (Garden Grove, Calif.), Senior
Lee capped an impressive career with .495 batting average, 43 RBIs and and 20 extra base hits. Made just two errors out of 192 chances as a senior. She went 4-for-4 with three homers and nine RBIs in Pacifica's second-round playoff victory over Murrieta Valley. The Ohio State-bound Lee was first team All-Empire League and earned all-tournament honors at the TOC and the Carew Classic.IF - Ashley Coppage, Harrison County (Cynthiana, Ky.), Senior
Coppage, who was named Kentucky's Miss Softball batted .480 with 48 hits and 55 RBIs in 35 games. She had 18 home runs and a slugging pct. of 1.130. She will attend Morehead State.IF - Kylee Perez, Alhambra (Martinez, Calif.), Junior
Perez finished 2013 with a .618 batting average, .691 on base, 42 hits, 51 RBIs, 46 runs, 12 home runs, 18 steals, and one error. She has committed to UCLA.IF - Taylor Wike, Alexander Central (Taylorsville, N.C.), Junior
The two-time Northwestern Player of the Year hit .568 with 17 doubles, seven triples, eight home runs and 43 RBIs. She has committed to North Carolina.
IF - M.J. Knighten, Sunny Hills (Fullerton, Calif.), Senior
Knighten, who has signed with Nebraska, helped the Freeway League co-champions reach the CIF-SS Division 3 final for the first time since 1987. She hit .478 with 12 doubles, two triples, nine homers, 42 runs and 30 RBIs. She had a .964 fielding percentage with only five errors in 138 chances. The Freeway League MVP was Sunny Hills' athlete of the year.IF - Jasmine Casados, La Cueva (Albuquerque, N.M.), Senior
The 5-foot-3 senior shortstop led the Bears (16-9) to the Class 5A state tournament. She batted .500 with 16 home runs, 43 runs scored and 48 RBIs. The Albuquerque Journal Player of the Year and a three-time All-Metro selection, she concluded her prep career with a state-record 47 home runs. She will attend the University of New Mexico.IF - Kylie Shull, Basha (Chandler, Ariz.), Senior
Shull batted .459, drove in 51 runs and scored 31 times as the Bears finished 26-6. She had 18 extra base hits (45 total) and committed only three errors in more than 100 chances. She has signed with Grand Canyon University.
IF - Lindsay Mayer, Lincoln (R.I.), Senior
The 5-foot-4 senior right-handed pitcher and shortstop led the Lions to a 22-0 record and a second straight Division I state title. She was unanimous D1 State Player of the Year. She has signed with Virginia.IF - Daniella Ibarra, Immaculate Heart Academy (Washington Township, N.J.), Junior
Ibarra finished with an average of .545, collecting 54 hits, including 16 doubles, while driving in 32 runs as IHA reached state finals and finished with 29-2 record.IF - Taylor Stoltz, Mishawaka (Ind.), Senior
Stoltz set state records this season for longest hitting streak (49 games) and career batting average (.587). As a senior, she hit .513 and struck out just three times. As a junior in 2012, Stoltz set a state record for hits in a season with 72. She finished her career with 224 hits. Stoltz will attend Southeastern University in Lakeland, Fla.IF - Delaney Spaulding, Etiwanda (Calif.), Senior
The UCLA-bound senior hit .511 with 10 home runs, 36 RBIs and 45 runs scored as a senior. The All-CIF selection led Etiwanda to the quarterfinals, had a .571 on-base percentage and a 1.022 slugging percentage.OF - Janna Korak, Sparkman (Harvest, Ala.), Senior
Korak, who drove in 99 runs as a junior, batted .430 with eight homers, 62 RBIs, 15 doubles, stole a dozen bases and posted a 17-1 record with five shutouts as Sparkman won Alabama's large school softball title. She is a 6A All-State first team selection and 2012 Huntsville Times Player of the Year.OF - Ari Samaniego, Desert Edge (Goodyear, Ariz.), Sophomore
Samaniego, who catches and plays outfield, hit 13 home runs, 21 doubles, five triples, drove in 60 RBIs, and scored 50 runs. Batted .543 BA, with a 1.287 slugging pct. She struck out twice all season.OF - Bailey Landry, East Ascension (Gonzales, La.), Senior
The LSU signee batted .537 and was named All-State for third-straight season.
OF - Delilah Pacheco, Moody (Corpus Christi, Texas), Senior
Posted eye-popping numbers for the 34-7 Trojans as she batted .623, scored 68 runs and had 81 base hits. She also had an on base pct. of .664 and stole 84 bases in 85 attempts. She stole at least one base in every Moody game and two or more in 26. She will attend Blinn College.OF - Karley Wester, Edison (Huntington Beach, Calif.), Senior
A four-time All-County selection, she finished with 169 career hits, second only to Rosary's Kaitlin Cochran (187) and Foothill's Caitlin Lowe (185) on the national list. She also scored 120 career runs and had 81 career stolen bases. She hit .421 with 20 stolen bases, 31 runs and 24 RBIs this season. Bound for Notre Dame, Wester made the All-Sunset League first team and the all-tournament teams for the TNT and Woodbridge Tournaments.
UT - Maryssa Becker, North Medford (Medford, Ore.), Senior
The 6-foot senior right-handed pitcher led the Black Tornado (29-2) to a second straight Class 6A state championship. Becker posted a 19-1 record, a 0.47 ERA and 232 strikeouts in 132.2 innings. She tossed five no-hitters, including one in the state final, a 2-1 eight-inning victory. A three-time Southern Oregon Hybrid League Pitcher of the Year and a two-time Oregon 6A Player of the Year, she batted .545 with eight home runs, 48 RBIs and a .939 slugging percentage in 2013. She will attend Louisville.UT - Kenedy Urbany, O'Connor (Helotes, Texas), Senior
Urbany again was a force in the circle and at bat. She went 31-3 with 251 strikeouts while batting .528 with 45 RBIs and a .835 slugging percentage to lead O'Connor to a second straight undefeated District 27-5A championship. Has signed with San Angelo State University.UT - Baylee Corbello, Sam Houston (Lake Charles, La.), Senior
The returning Gatorade State Player of the Year, the 5-foot-5 senior right-handed pitcher led the Broncos (21-9) to a second straight Class 5A state championship. An injury prevented Corbello from pitching until late in the season as she posted a 7-0 record with a 0.32 ERA and 122 strikeouts in 65 innings pitched. Corbello pitched back-to-back no-hitters to open the state playoffs and struck out 16 batters in an 8-0 win in the state final. At the plate, the two-time Louisiana Sports Writers Association's Miss Softball winner batted .439 with seven home runs, 36 RBI and a .816 slugging percentage. She has signed with LSU.