July 19, 2013

Palandrani, Campbell lead CVAC softball All-Stars



Division I

Emily Raville, Beekmantown- A captain and three-year starter, Raville led the Eagles in stolen bases this spring. Batting in the No. 2 spot, she was aggressive at the plate, reaching base early and often. At shortstop, Raville was the focal point Beekmantown’s defense, too.

Stephanie LaValley, Northeastern Clinton- LaValley was a team captain and starting pitcher for the Cougars. She finished the season with a .455 batting average with three home runs. LaValley was nominated as the team’s Most Valuable Player. Over the last two years, she played with the Northern Devils during the off-season. LaValley will be attending and playing softball at SUNY Canton next year.

Brianna Padron, Peru- A senior standout at second base, Padron anchored the Indians’ infield on defense. She was an all-around threat on offense, batting .307 with 23 hits, one home run, 12 RBI and 25 runs scored. Padron accumulated a .413 slugging percentage and an on-base percentage of .409 in 17 games. She also stole 13 bases in 14 attempts while being a team leader on and off the field.

Sam Fletcher, Peru- A junior, Fletcher was an exceptional third baseman, having a strong defensive season for the Indians. She committed just two errors in 17 games. Offensively, Fletcher was a power threat with seven extra-base hits, including four home runs. She hit .375 with 27 hits, 24 RBI, a .464 on-base percentage and a slugging percentage of .597, while stealing eight bases.

Karlie Neale, Plattsburgh High- Neale was a rock in the middle of the Hornets’ lineup. She batted .549 with 28 hits, four doubles, four triples and five home runs while driving in 21 runs and scoring on 25 occasions. Neale had an on-base percentage of .652 and a slugging percentage of 1.078.

Ashley Terry, Saranac- Terry was one of the biggest reasons that the Chiefs accomplished what they did this spring. She anchored the outfield defense for Saranac, playing in center field. She possessed an excellent glove and a very strong arm. As the team’s cleanup hitter, Terry hit .423 with 30 hits — both second on the team. On the season, she had six doubles, three triples and a home run while driving in 25 runs. Her .494 on-base percentage and .634 slugging percentage were also a huge help to the Chiefs.

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