High school softball All-Ohio Teams announced


All-Ohio Softball Teams

DIVISION I

First Team — Mikayla Cooper (Delaware Hayes), Becca Gavin (Gahanna), Manda Cash (Worthington Kilbourne), Allie Luther (Pick. Central), Paige McMenemy (Westerville Central), Legacy Lewis (Zanesville), Jenna Lilley (N. Canton Hoover), Tara Thacker (N. Canton Hoover), Alexis Mack (Brecksville Broadview Hts.), Kristen Confroy (Solon), Kourtney Paul (Twinsburg), Honnah Susor (Oregon Clay), Kierra Hague (Holland Springfield), Nicole Beck (Logan), Tara Trainer (Lebanon), Kaitlyn Bergman (Lebanon), Tory Stewart (Mason), Danielle Steine (Ursuline Academy).

Second Team — Brittany Oldaker (Gahanna), Kaitlyn Gliha (New Albany), Alyssa Rothwell (Teays Valley), Michaela Dorsey (Central Crossing), Madison Huck (Delaware Hayes), Lilli Piper (Walsh Jesuit), Katie Lew (Westlake), Taylor Rahach (Walsh Jesuit), Kathleen Shier (N. Canton Hoover), Vanessa Scoarste (Medina), Hannah Girlie (Holland Springfield), Shae Hutchison (Marietta), Kayla Gregory (Milford), Sarah Stoner (Centerville), Mollie Paulick (Centerville), Kaley Astrop (Lakota East).

Honorable Mention — Emma Cornell (Grove City), Meredith Miller (Hilliard Bradley), Hannah Murphy (Pick. North), Sadie Cunningham (Pick. Central), Riley Nelson (Marysville), Payge Delbert (Zanesville), Macy Kaisk (Barberton), Riley Ries (Barberton), Cali Mikovich (Austintown Fitch), Annie Dehnke (Jackson), Kloee Cuckler (Barberton), Kaitlyn Ray (Anthony Wayne), Kiley Aller (Holland Springfield), Shelby Stephens (Northmont), Ashley Sharp (Lakota West), Rachel Lewis (Lakota East), Ashlynn Roberts (Fairfield).

DIVISION II

First Team — Shelby McCombs (Licking Valley), Kori Caughenbaugh (Licking Valley), Paige Geanangel (Indian Creek), Sami Ringwalt (Riverview), Kaylyn Roose (Revere), Taylor Miokovic (Poland Seminary), Kelly Hysong (Fairless), Sarah Kaya (Clearview), Taylor Kline (Clear Fork), Kelsey Peters (Sandusky), KayLee Fox (Milan Edison), Mandy Grambo (Logan Elm), Tara Williams (Circleville), Emily McKillip (Spg. Shawnee), Ally Russell (Greenville), Maddie Crew (Spg. Northwestern).

Second Team — Sidney Melton (Cols. Hartley), Kori Locke (Licking Valley), Madison Riggle (Maysville), Danni Murtaugh (Dover), Kirsten Lightel (Tallmadge), Deanna Cole (Akron Springfield), Bailey McElwain (West Branch), Summer Constable (Keystone), Abby Sgro (Lexington), Carly Santoro (Bellevue), Cassidy Rolf (Eastwood), Gina Wright (Unioto), Kayla Riffe (Waverly), Courtney Lopez (Kenton Ridge), Jazmyn Haley (Bellefontaine), Kate Campbell (Benjamin Logan).

Honorable Mention — Brooke Foster (Jonathan Alder), Danielle Wolgamot (Granville), Cassie Thomas (West Holmes), Kerrie Dolick (John Glenn), Lexie Handley (Akron SVSM), Destiny Weber (Keystone), Carleigh Herrington (Keystone), Rachel Tinkey (Canfield), Summer Seitz (Sandusky Perkins), Bailey Smith (Sandusky), Karyn Schmidt (Milan Edison), Brianna Dawes (Chillicothe), Gabby Johnson (Sheridan), Cassie Gingerich (Tippecanoe), Rachel Foster (Graham), Brittany Harting (Kenton Ridge).

DIVISION III

First Team — Taran Alvelo (Bloom Carroll), Emily Clark (North Union), Katie Ellzy (Harrison Central), Lauren Figura (St. Clairsville), Makayla Shore (Young. Ursuline), Sarah Wickline (Loudonville), Caitlin Gambone (Canton Cent. Cath.), Madeline Phillips (Woodmore), Cassidy Wyse (Archbold), Rebecca Harvey (Elmwood), Michal Cunningham (Wheelersburg), Morgan Geno (Zane Trace), Chelsea McManaway (Wellston), Carly Allen (Waynesville), Alicia Hansen (Fenwick).

Second Team — Madison Gatley (West Jefferson), Mason Jamison (North Union), Chloe Otte (Sandy Valley), Shaye Deleonardis (Martins Ferry), Shelby VanSickel (Loudonville), Kayla Troyer (Waynedale), Lindsay Ward (Kirtland), Taylor Rossman (Bucyrus), Margo Jackson (Rossford), Taylor Monahan (Evergreen), Gina Rosshert (Westfall), Kelsey Conkey (Minford), Kayla Koch (Lucasville Valley), Kylie Mullenix (Brookville), Ashley Smith (Milton-Union).

Honorable Mention — Julia Hall (Cols. Ready), Samantha Brininger (Cardington Lincoln), Abbie Hughes (Sandy Valley), Catie Smith (Buckeye Trail), Macey Gunther (Young. Ursuline), Emily Dugan (Labrae), Judith Lesesne (Oberlin), Jesse Fidler (Archbold), Kelsey Beck (Fairview), Alyx Slusher (Parkway), Kendall Meeks (Alexander), Alayna Lytle (Huntington Ross), Taylor Dempsey (Wheelersburg), Natalie Higgins (Madison), Kacey Smith (Williamsburg).

DIVISION IV

First Team — Ashley Rausch (Fairbanks), Cerena Woodgeard (Berne Union), Kristina LaRocca (Strasburg), Hannah Absalom (St. John Central), Meredith Chopka (Cuyahoga Hts.), Cheyenne Eggens (Mathews), Taylor Kirian (New Riegel), Hannah Bleikamp (Hilltop), Kristin Bostelman (Patrick Henry), Rachel Nye (Patrick Henry), Makenzie Wentling (Carey), Kaitlyn Payne (Symmes Valley), Kiley Sosby (Whiteoak), Morgan Arbogast (Covington), Macey Stang (Houston).

Second Team — Cassie Holstein (Millersport), Kat Mickley (Danville), Gabrielle Fredericks (Tuscarawas Cent. Cath.), Hannah Duff (Strasburg), Amanda Floyd (Lake Center Christian), Aleah Hughes (Western Reserve), Aly Brickel (Hicksville), Natalie Herder (Patrick Henry), Hanna Brian (N. Baltimore), Lauren Schmidt (Convoy Crestview), Morgan Noftz (New Riegel), Jessica Moore (Portsmouth Clay), Shelby Smithson (Fairfield Leesburg), Hannah Watkins (Triad), Darian Rose (Fort Loramie).

Honorable Mention — Alex Thomas (Newark Catholic), Hannah Ferguson (Ridgedale), Karlee Peach (Newcomerstown), Haylee Bowers (River), Lauren Goetz (Cuyahoga Hts.), Paige Summers (Dalton Local), Lexi Falde (Mansfield Christian), Kirstin Hicks (Convoy Crestview), Kara Scherger (New Riegel), Michaela Bauer (Hicksville), Jessie Church (Ayersville), Erin Riley (Paint Valley), Grace Edwards (Eastern Meigs), Becca Carpenter (Southeastern), Sandy Woodmansee (Felicity Franklin).


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