Ozark 7 names best softball players
Purdy leads charge securing 7 spots
The Ozark 7 Conference has named its top softball players in the annual all-conference voting.
Purdy, the runner-up in the spring state title game, was tops in securing seven spots, including Hallie Henderson as the Player of the Year.
First Team honors went to Rion Boyd, Devyn Callahan, Casey Ellison and Sami House.
Zoe Brown and Kylie Wood took home Honorable Mention accolades for Purdy.
Wheaton’s Emily Killion earned First Team honors, and teammates Karlee Mason and Sarah Burton gathered in Honorable Mention status.
Exeter was represented on the First Team by Caylee Erwin and Haylee Hobbs, and Brooke Cowherd on the Honorable Mention squad.
Southwest’s Maggie Robbins, Taylor Swindle and Emily Snyder collected First Team honors, with Kaitylin Bernard and Heather Windes finding spots on the Honorable Mention team.
The full list is as follows:
Player of the Year: Hallie Henderson, Purdy
Caylee Erwin, Exeter
Rion Boyd, Purdy
Devyn Callahan, Purdy
Casey Ellison, Purdy
Maggie Robbins, Southwest
Taylor Swindle, Southwest
Emily Killion, Wheaton
Sami House, Purdy
Emily Snyder, Southwest
Haylee Hobbs, Exeter
Karlee Mason, Wheaton
Kaitlyn Bernard, Southwest
Sarah Burton, Wheaton
Heather Windes, Southwest
Brooke Cowherd, Exeter
Zoe Brown, Purdy
Kylie Woods, Purdy
Nicole Stephenson, Verona