Ca­toosa soft­ball play­ers named All-re­gion in 6-AAA

The Catoosa County News - - SPORTS - By Scott Herpst

Re­gion 6-AAA an­nounced its All-re­gion and Aca­demic All-re­gion Soft­ball Teams late last week and the LFO Lady War­riors and Ring­gold Lady Tigers were both well-rep­re­sented.

Se­nior short­stop Tay­lor Phillips and sopho­more pitcher Ha­ley Stahl were named to the first team for LFO, while sopho­more out­fielder Am­ber Gainer and fresh­man third base­man/catcher Baileigh Pitts were named first-team for Ring­gold.

The Lady War­riors were rep­re­sented on the sec­ond team by ju­nior first base­man Maddy Ad­kins and sopho­more third base­man Auna Rolfe, while the Lady Tigers saw sopho­more short­stop Ri­ley Nayadley, sopho­more out­fielder/third base­man Jade Gainer and ju­nior sec­ond base­man Caro­line Hem­phill named to the squad.

Hon­or­able men­tion se­lec­tions in­cluded ju­nior sec­ond base­man Keelie Mauk and sopho­more out­fielder Mor­gan Ritchey (LFO), along with ju­nior pitcher Kaylee Phillips and fresh­man catcher Ava Raby (Ring­gold).

Mak­ing the Aca­demic All-re­gion Team from LFO were Phillips and Ritchey, along with se­nior sis­ters Jen­nifer and Jes­sica Coates. Ju­nior Shelby Cole joined Phillips in mak­ing the Aca­demic Team from Ring­gold.

Lyndi Rae Davis of Cal­houn was named the Re­gion’s Player of the Year. Davis hit .571 for the Lady Jack­ets with seven home runs, 12 dou­bles and 36 RBIS. Sono­rav­ille’s Kris­ten Davis was se­lected as the Re­gion’s Pitcher of the Year. Davis was 19-6 with five saves for the Lady Phoenix. She had a 0.91 ERA with 236 strike­outs in 177.2 in­nings pitched.

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