STARKVILLE, Miss. – The NFCA announced today the recipients of the 2010 Cal JC individual awards. Stacy Razo of Los Angeles Valley took home the adidas Golden Shoe Award, while Antelope Valley’s Adriana Perez was named the Diamond Cather of the Year. The North Region Coaching Staff of the Year went to Sierra, while Cerritos took home South Region honors.
Stacy Razo of Los Angeles Valley leads Cal JC this season with 44 stolen bases to win the adidas Golden Shoe award, which honors the league’s top base stealer. Razo is currently hitting .521 with 61 hits, 59 runs, 10 doubles, three triple, three home runs, 14 RBIs and 10 walks.
In addition to winning the Diamond Catcher of the Year award, Antelope Valley’s Adriana Perez is also a 2010 Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-American. She led Cal JC in batting average this season by hitting .596 to go along with 68 hits, 48 runs, 12 doubles, four triples, 15 home runs, 57 RBIs, 12 walks and three stolen bases.
Head Coach Darci Brownlee and assistants Rich Murray, Jim Wetzel, Betty Zamora, Michelle Granger and Cortney Jones have led the Sierra Wolverines to a 33-5 record on the year and 18-3 record in the Big 8. Sierra has put together an impressive 0.66 team ERA, while batting .312. Brownlee was also named Big 8 Coach of the Year.
Cerritos skipper Kodee Murray and assistants Bud Murray, Joe Soldan and Nicole Deel have guided the Falcons to 36-4 overall record and 17-1 record in the South Coast Conference. Cerritos currently has a team batting average of .377 and a team ERA of 1.39.
Sierra and Cerritos are currently tied for No. 1in the latest Cal JC Top 20 Poll and both earned the No. 1 seed in their respective regionals which begin on May 1.
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