Sumner Hanula and Kelly Jacobs

ARCHIVE PHOTO: Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy's Sumner Hanula, left, and Kelly Jacobs are both All-Area selections. (Scott Smeltzer/Staff Photographer / July 24, 2013)

INF – Anjelica Amezquita, Junior, Maranatha

All-CIF first-teamer and Olympic League MVP had 11 homers and a .505 average with 48 hits, 42 runs, 35 RBI, eight doubles and three triples.

INF – Tiffany Galindo, Junior, Bell-Jeff

Had a .412 batting average (42 for 102) with 15 RBI and 31 runs scored to earn All-Santa Cruz League first-team accolades.

OF – Kelly Jacobs, Senior, Flintridge Sacred Heart

All-Mission League first-team honoree hit .346 with four triples and 14 runs batted in. She added seven stolen bases and scored 18 runs.

UTL – Ashley Kim, Senior, Flintridge Prep

All-Prep League first-team pick batted .404 to go along with three home runs, eight doubles, three triples, 21 runs and 25 runs batted in.

UTL – Katy Lee, Junior, La Cañada

The All-Rio Hondo League first-teamer hit .380 (30 for 79) with 21 runs, nine RBI, seven stolen bases, four doubles and a triple.

P – DeeDee Logan, Sophomore, Pasadena Poly

Prep League Most Valuable Pitcher finished 9-2 with a 2.15 ERA and batted .525 with four homers.

OF – Delaney Nicol, Sophomore, Burroughs

First-team All-Pacific League pick finished with a .449 average with 31 hits, 19 RBI, 21 runs and three home runs.

OF – Jazmin Orozco, Sophomore, Burbank

Came through to hit .417 with 35 hits, 22 RBI, 21 runs scored and eight doubles and earned All-Pacific League second-team accolades.

C – Bridgette Pisa, Sophomore, Burbank

The second-team All-Pacific League honoree had a .438 average with 32 hits, 15 RBI and 19 runs for league-champion Bulldogs.

P – Olivia Thayer, Junior, Crescenta Valley

Had a 1.75 ERA and a 12-9 record in 24 appearances and 12 starts in 120 innings, as she was named to the All-Pacific League first team.

INF – Lily Winn, Sophomore, Burbank

First-team all-league third baseman had a .430 batting average with 37 hits, 30 RBI, 37 runs scored, nine doubles and three home runs.

INF – Alia Zavala, Senior, Glendale

Batted .540 with 28 hits, 14 RBI and had .960 fielding percentage with just three errors to earn All-Pacific League first-team honors.