ARC’s Grubert Earns All-State Honors

CARMICHAEL, CA (MPG)  |  By Scott Crow, ARC Communications
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American River College softball's Kayla Grubert has earned All-State honors in her sophomore year. Photo by David Sanborn

CARMICHAEL, CA (MPG) - American River College softball's Kayla Grubert has earned All-State honors from the California Community College Fastpitch Coaches Association. The recognition caps an impressive sophomore season for the outfielder from Paradise High School.

Grubert led the state with 54 steals in 38 games, being caught only four times. She led the ARC Beavers in most offensive categories including a .415 batting average, 54 hits, 36 runs and 57 total bases. She added three doubles and eight RBI on the season.

Grubert was nearly flawless with the glove as she sported a .951 fielding percentage, 70 put-outs, seven assists and one double play.

To top it off, Grubert had a 1-0 2.63 pitching line, appearing in eight games (one start), 18.2 innings, and recording five Ks.

As a freshman in 2017, Grubert led the Beavers with a .421 batting average and 18 steals. She also compiled a 5-3 pitching record with a 2.43 ERA, one save and three complete games.