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Foothills Sentry COMMUNITY SPORTS By Cliff Robbins


Tuesday, July 7, 2015


Brett Conine from El Modena High started on the mound for the North All-Stars in the 48th Annual All-Star Baseball Game at Anaheim June 8th. Conine was named All- Crestview League, All-County and to the Division 1 CIF Southern Section Baseball team.


Sebastian Lopez from Foothill High came on in relief for the North All-Stars in the Annual Orange County All-Star Baseball Game. Lopez was named All-Crestview League, All-County, and to the Division 2 CIF Southern Section Baseball team.


CIF Southern Section announces the All CIF Southern Section spring sports teams The 2015 All CIF Southern Sec-


tion Baseball Team presented by the LA84 Foundation (as selected by CIF-SS Baseball Coaches’ As- sociation) named senior Brett Co- nine from El Modena High to the


Division 1 team. Dylan Doherty and teammate


Sebastian Lopez from Foothill High were named to the Division 2 team. The 2015 All CIF Southern


Section Softball Teams (as select- ed by the CIF-SS Softball Coach- es Association) named sophomore Maddy Dwyer from Orange Lu- theran; senior Molly Sturdivant, catcher and third baseman from El


Modena; and Hailey Hilburn, se- nior from Canyon High School to the Division 1 team. Named to the Division 2 team: senior catcher Amanda Beltran from Villa Park. The 2015 All CIF Southern


Section Volleyball Team present- ed by the LA84 Foundation (as selected by CIF-SS Volleyball Coaches’ Association) named senior Daniel Baker from Tustin High to the Division 4 team.


Caroline Rice from El Modena waited for a good pitch to hit against Huntington Beach in the quarterfinals of the Division 1 softball playoffs. El Modena won, 8-2.


Attempting to head the ball


Paulina Anasis from Canyon High School turns the double play against Ali Wester (20) from Edison High in the 16th Annual Orange County All-Star Softball Game.


and colliding or falling causes more than 30,000 concussions in youth soccer each year. The LA84 Foundation has endorsed the Safer Soccer campaign to educate parents, coaches, and the soccer community about the ben-


El Modena’s Rebecca Perez singles against the Comets All-Star team, and was awarded the Ryan Lemmon Achievement Award during pre- game ceremonies at the Orange County All-Star Softball game.


Youth soccer made safer


efits of delaying the introduction of heading in youth soccer to pro- tect the younger players. Safer Soccer was launched in


2014 by the Sports Legacy In- stitute (SLI) and the Santa Clara University Institute of Sports Law and Ethics (ISLE). Back-


ers include U.S. soccer icons Ju- lie Foudy and Brandi Chastain, World Cup-winning Coach Tony DiCicco and numerous other top players, neuroscientists and youth sports organizations. For more information on the Safer Soccer campaign, go to sportslegacy.org.


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