The South softball team, including players from West High, beat the North, including players from Tracy and Millennium, 16-7.
The North baseball team, including three players from Tracy High, took a 6-5 win over the South team, which included players from West and Millennium.
Event organizer Oscar Anzaldo said that an event that started with six teams in the San Joaquin Athletic Association 20 years ago now brings players from nearly two dozen schools.
Added this year were players from Millennium High School, represented by Mike Lavarias in baseball and Jaelyn Woods in softball. West High softball players Ashley Cox and Megan Anastasio also played on Friday, and Tracy’s Stephanie Fisher and Christine Lozano represented their school.
Latoya Whiten of Tracy High and Elida Rubio of West High were selected but were not at the game.
Baseball players Ricky Diaz, Brandon Jossey and Jacob Valdez represented Tracy High, and Taylor Kruger and Jesse Hernandez represented West High.
Fisher, who hit a two-run homer over the right field fence for the North team, was a runner-up for the Most Valuable Player award, and Diaz, Lavarias and Kruger also were runners-up for the baseball MVP award.
MVPs were Brooke Ortiz of Lodi for the North softball team, Cherie DeJesus of East Union for the South softball team, Louie Lechich of St. Mary’s for the South baseball team and Stevie Robinson of Lincoln for the North Baseball team. MVP’s each got $500 scholarships.