Eric Crispell

SCHOOL: Foothill

SPORT: Baseball

YEAR: Senior

POSITION: Pitcher

THE STAT LINE: Crispell tossed a four-hitter in the Falcons' 5-2 win over College Park in the Cunningham Easter Classic at Bellarmine Prep. He allowed two earned runs, struck out two and lowered his earned run average to 2.39. Foothill won the tournament.

Eugene Hamilton III

SCHOOL: Bishop O'Dowd

SPORT: Track and field

YEAR: Senior

EVENT: 800 meters

THE STAT LINE: Hamilton, an Arizona signee, won the boys invitational 800 meters at the prestigious Arcadia Invitational with a state-leading time of 1 minute, 50.19 seconds. The school-record time, which he achieved with negative splits for the laps, also ranks second in the nation, according to DyeStat.com.

Georgia Hill

SCHOOL: Piedmont

SPORT: Softball

YEAR: Senior

POSITION: Pitcher

THE STAT LINE: Hill fired a three-hitter with 17 strikeouts in an 8-0 nonleague victory over Oakland Tech. She struck out the side in the third, fourth and sixth innings and had at least two strikeouts in all seven innings.

Ashley Weiler

SCHOOL: Livermore

SPORT: Softball

YEAR: Senior

POSITION: Pitcher

THE STAT LINE: Weiler handled the bulk of the load in the Cowboys' runner-up finish in the Livermore Stampede, pitching 301/3 innings, allowing seven earned runs, striking out 24 and walking four.

Honorable mention

BOYS

AUSTIN LONESTAR, De La Salle, baseball, Sr. -- Lonestar led the Spartans to the Hard Nine National Classic consolation championship, going 7 for 13, hitting two home runs, scoring seven runs and stealing four bases.

BRENNON NG, Mission San Jose, volleyball, Sr. -- Ng had 13 kills, including eight in the second game, as the Warriors won their first tournament in program history with a 25-19, 25-22 victory over Drake-San Anselmo in the final of the Foothill Tournament. He had 53 kills in four matches.

GIRLS

KELSEY RANDALL, Concord, softball, Jr. -- Randall upped her batting average to .472 going a combined 6 for 7 in Minutemen wins over Pittsburg and Santa Rosa en route to the championship of the HASA Tournament.

SASHA WALLACE, Castro Valley, track and field, Sr. -- The Oregon-bound Wallace won the invitational 100-meter high hurdles in the Arcadia Invitational with a time of 13.55 seconds (wind-legal) that leads the nation, according to PrepCalTrack.com.

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