2021 PGF High School All-American Watchlist Announced
Cienega senior standout Breanna “Breezy” Hayward was the only player from Southern Arizona placed on the 2021 PGF High School All-American Watchlist on Monday. Hayward batted .591 with 3 doubles, a triple a home run and 9 RBI to help lead the Bobcats to a 6-1 record last spring.
University of Arizona commits Paige Dimler (OF: Rancho Buena Vista, CA), Madi Elish (P: Crown Point, IN), Amber Tovan (INF: Northridge, CA) and Allie Enright (INF: Santa Carita, CA) also made the watchlist.
Also from Arizona are Anna Berger (Snowflake), Brylee Bilger (Surprise), Rylee Holtorf (Phoenix), Callie Honig (Scottsdale), Megan Lake (Glendale), Macy Lee (Phoenix), Hannah Lindsay (Surprise), Gianna Memoli (Gilbert), Raci Miranda (Payson), AnneMarie Murphy (Goodyear), Spencer Prigge (Phoenix), Loganne Stepp (Chandler) and Emma Villaescusa (Phoenix).
Hayward will be playing for Texas Tech.
— Breanna🥎Hayward 2021 (@BreezyHayward34) November 6, 2020
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