Two members of the Maricopa High School varsity softball team have signed letters of intent to play at the college level.
Chantel Holguin signed with South Mountain Community College. She has played at the varsity level since her freshman year, compiling a three-year batting average of .354 and scoring 48 runs. She batted over .400 last season.
Holguin also plays club softball with the Arizona Crush. Last season, South Mountain CC was 13-44.
Daisy Guzman signed to play with Scottsdale Community College. She has played softball since she was 10 years old. In two seasons with MHS varsity, she has batted .303 through 49 games and scored 18 runs.
She also plays for the Arizona Scorpions Club. Last season, Scottsdale CC was 7-47.
Daisy Guzman is the daughter of Vincent Manfredi, minority owner of InMaricopa.