Softball: Rohrback named to 3A All-State Second Team |

Softball: Rohrback named to 3A All-State Second Team

Josh Miller/Sierra SunTruckee junior Julie Rohrback only made five errors at third base in 2004.

Despite missing five games due to a leg injury suffered sliding into third base on April 17 versus Yerington, Truckee softball player Julie Rohrback still impressed her 3A counterparts with her solid hitting and outstanding fielding.

Rohrback is the lone Truckee representative on the 3A All-State Team as the Second Team third baseman. In 19 games, Rohrback committed only five errors at third base and made 28 put outs and 27 assists.

Hitting .347, the junior was second on the Wolverines in doubles (6) and tied for second in RBIs (14) in only 56 at-bats. Rohrback’s injury came at an unfortunate time for the Wolverines, as Rohrback missed five league games down the stretch, and her injury forced coach Mitch Brown to play her at second base in the Northern 3A regional playoffs versus Bishop Manogue. Manogue swept the best-of-three series.


Co-MVPs – Veronica Villa, Pahrump Valley

Tara Beck, Manogue

Coach of the Year – Rich Lauver, Pahrump Valley

First Team

Pitchers – Tara Beck, Manogue; Nicole Greer, Dayton

Catcher – Caley Loud, Pahrump Valley

First base – Nikki Wheeler, Fernley

Second base – Darla Hopkins, Pahrump Valley

Third base – Dena Houser, Boulder City

Shortstop – Veronica Villa, Pahrump Valley

Outfield – Kalee Schnalezer, Pahrump Valley; Ashley Perkins, Spring Creek; Jessica Ayers, Dayton

Utility – Beth Reedy, Manogue

DH – Wali Querta, Fernley

Second Team

Pitchers – Sara Coleman, Pahrump Valley; Tori Forrester, Boulder City

Catcher – Lindsey Swensen, Lowry

First base – Sara Piel, Boulder City

Second base – C.J. Andrews, Fernley

Third base – Julie Rohrback, Truckee

Shortstop – Kathie Keats, Yerington

Outfield – Kristy Ingle, Lowry; Amber Horibe, Pahrump Valley; Amanda Renslow, Fernley

Utility – Stephanie Murphy, Pahrump Valley

DH – Jennifer Mills, Pahrump Valley

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