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On Top of Their Game

May 31, 2016 09:38AM ● Published by Elena Hutslar

The young Alhambra softball team with just one senior is 21-2 overall and undefeated in the league.  The Lady Bulldogs had a bye during the first round of NCS playoffs and beat Concord Highschool 7-3 in the quarterfinals.  They'll have the home field advantage in the semi-final round against Carondelet on Wednesday, June 1, at 4pmIf they beat Carondelet, look for their NCS Championship game schedule on MaxPreps via the Community Focus at

The Dogs have won the last two Division 11 titles and are hoping for a third. Alhambra’s league game scores resemble football tallies, with final scores like 40-2 over Campolindo, 24-2 over Miramonte, and 18-0 over College Park.

Two heavy hitters include 2nd baseman and captain, junior Karlee Sparacino and shortstop and captain, junior Briana Perez.  Sparacino’s season stats include a batting average of .634, on base percentage of .682, 45 hits, 54 RBI’s, 47 runs, and 7 home runs. Perez is batting .632, with an on base percentage of .694, 43 hits, 35 RBIs, 52 runs and 5 home runs.  The team total for home runs is 23.

Pictured is Briana Perez. Photo by Greg Jungferman.

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