Nicolle Miranda Is CIF-LACS Pitcher Of The Year For 2014

The season may have not ended in the way it wanted for Port Of Los Angeles High softball, but that didn't deter junior pitcher Nicolle Miranda from having another amazing year.

The CIF-Los Angeles City Section bestowed upon Miranda the Division I Pitcher Of The Year award after helping the Polar Bears to a 30-8 season and a semifinal berth in Division I, where they lost 2-0 to eventual champion Carson. This is Miranda's third straight Pitcher Of The Year honor in the City after claiming the Division III award the prior two seasons.

Miranda went 19-6 with a 1.63 ERA and 202 strikeouts opposed to 18 walks in 146 2/3 innings pitched, allowing just 46 runs (36 earned). The talented junior wasn't just devastating in the circle, she was also equally dangerous at the plate, hitting .402 with four home runs, 25 RBIs, 35 hits and 19 runs scored.

Five more Polar Bears, and two San Pedro juniors joined Miranda on the All-City Division I team.

POLA senior first baseman Allison Bayer and senior shortstop Kelsea Short made first team All-City, while San Pedro junior catcher Alexa Ponce and junior third baseman Taylor Richter made second team All-City. POLA gained three more All-City selections on honorable mention in junior second baseman Rosemary Garcia, junior catcher Savana Ramirez, and senior outfielder Sarah Maldonado.

Carson junior infielder Brianna Tautalafua was named City Section Division I Player Of The Year for the second straight season.

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