Locals named to Cal Hi Sports all-state softball lists
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WHS V TOKAY SOFTBALL6  (04-24-12)  West High...s Ciara Ervin chases down the Tokay line drive to the outfield during their Tuesday afternoon game.  Glenn Moore/Tracy Press
WHS V TOKAY SOFTBALL6 (04-24-12) West High...s Ciara Ervin chases down the Tokay line drive to the outfield during their Tuesday afternoon game. Glenn Moore/Tracy Press
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THS V KHS SOFTBALL4  (03-07-12)  Kimball  High...s Arianna Hawkins (left) takes the late throw to second on the steal attempt by Tracy High...s Brianna Warner who was called out for leaving the base early during their Wednesday afternoon game.  Glenn Moore/Tracy Press
THS V KHS SOFTBALL4 (03-07-12) Kimball High...s Arianna Hawkins (left) takes the late throw to second on the steal attempt by Tracy High...s Brianna Warner who was called out for leaving the base early during their Wednesday afternoon game. Glenn Moore/Tracy Press
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Two local softball players were named to Cal Hi Sports’ all-state lists this month.

Ariana Hawkins, shortstop for Kimball High, was named to the 35-player first team for medium schools.

Hawkins, a 2013 graduate heading to University of Virginia in Charlottesville, led her team at the plate this year with a .584 batting average as the Jaguars reached the Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV championship. Kimball finished as the runner-up with a 4-0 loss to Sierra High.

West High center fielder Ciara Ervin, a 2013 graduate going to East Carolina University in Greenville, N.C., was named to the Cal Hi Sports third team, which includes 35 players from large schools.

Ervin batted .506 and led her team with 29 RBIs as the Wolf Pack progressed to the quarterfinals of the Division I playoffs.

Contact Bob Brownne at 830-4227 or brownne@tracypress.com.

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