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  • RANDY PENCH / rpench@sacbee.com

    Antelope senior Tyler Winston is usually around the ball in basketball, and football He also has remained busy during the summer with baseball, basketball and football.

  • BRIAN BAER / Bee file, 2012

    Antelope senior Tyler Winston is usually around the ball in basketball, and football He also has remained busy during the summer with baseball, basketball and football.

  • JOSÉ LUIS VILLEGAS / jvillegas@sacbee.com

    McClatchy senior Leia Gaspar says balancing her participation in three major sports with her classwork can be strenuous. "A lot of nights I don't get much sleep," she said. "But I still have a passion for all three."

  • JOSÉ LUIS VILLEGAS / jvillegas@sacbee.com

    McClatchy's Leia Gaspar is an All-Metro Conference second baseman-catcher in softball, all-league in volleyball and a basketball player.

  • PAUL KITAGAKI JR. / pkitagaki@sacbee.com

    Tyler Winston plays center field for the Antelope baseball team. He was an All-Capital Athletic League selection in football and basketball this year.

Senior season highlights at a glance

Published: Monday, Apr. 22, 2013 - 12:00 am | Page 7C
Last Modified: Monday, Apr. 22, 2013 - 8:02 am

Senior season highlights:

TYLER WINSTON, ANTELOPE

• Football (wide receiver, safety)

Bee All-Metro first-team wide receiver and Capital Athletic League Offensive Player of the Year; 57 catches, 876 yards, 13 touchdowns; 43 tackles, three interceptions, 18 total TDs; helped Titans go 10-2 and win CAL title with 5-0 mark.

• Basketball (point guard)

All-CAL; 6.3 points, 4.7 assists, 3.1 rebounds; helped Titans go 25-7, win CAL (10-0) and capture Sac-Joaquin Section Division II titles.

• Baseball (center fielder)

.333 average, 12 stolen bases; Antelope is 17-2.

LEIA GASPAR, McCLATCHY

• Volleyball (outside hitter)

All-Metro Conference first team; helped Lions go 12-7 and finish second in league at 11-2.

• Basketball (guard-forward)

Defensive specialist; averaged 2.4 points and 1.0 steal as Lions went 22-6 and tied for third in league at 9-5.

• Softball (second baseman, catcher)

Returning All-Metro Conference player leads league in hitting with a .771 average and has 12 RBIs and 12 stolen bases for Lions, 11-5 overall and in second place in league at 8-1.

Call The Bee's Bill Paterson, (916) 326-5506.

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