Carla Fish was a four-year varsity starter in two sports at Napa High. She was a starting guard on the women’s basketball team as a freshman and continued in that capacity for the next three years. She was a high-scoring guard with an excellent shot from outside and a deadly free throw shooter. Fish was also an outstanding player at second base for the Napa High women’s softball team for four years. The softball team won MEL championships in her freshman and sophomore years. She garnered All-County honors three years, First Team All-MEL honors for three years, capping that off with a MEL MVP award in her senior year, when she hit .426 and played the entire league season without making an error. One of Fish’s high school coaches said, “She was one of the finest softball players to ever come through Napa High, perhaps the VERY best.” Fish went on to Napa Valley College, where she continued to display her basketball and softball talents for two more years. After completing her formal education, Fish worked for four years in the California Department of Forestry as a firefighter before transferring her focus to law enforcement. She is presently working as a Correctional Officer in Vacaville.