Granada Hills left-hander Ava Justman officially enrolled at Chatsworth High on Friday, according to sources, transforming the Chancellors into instant L.A. City Section softball title contenders. Her sister Emily also enrolled at Chatsworth after playing at Oaks Christian last season. Justman’s transfer comes on the heels of Granada Hills right-hander Ashley Murphy enrolling at West Valley League rival El Camino Real earlier this summer.
All season long, Shea O’Leary and Ally Shipman formed a potent battery for the Valencia softball team and eventually shared the Daily News Softball Player of the Year award. On Thursday, O’Leary and Shipman added to their growing list of honors. O’Leary and Shipman earned the highest local accolades on the Cal-Hi Sports all-state teams, spearheading a plethora of local athletes who earned all-state honors of some variety.
The moniker seemed apropos for El Camino Real High School volleyball player Erika Snyder, who displayed an impressive prowess in her postmatch interviews last season during her team’s CIF L.A. City Section semifinal run. “I think it’s fitting,” Snyder said. “I’ve always had a good vocabulary and that’s thanks to my mom. I’ve also read a lot of books.”The savvy junior-to-be also learned about soundbites from her father, Tom, a former CNN reporter.
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Selecting a term
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