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Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Cassville secures 2 spots on All-Big 8 Softball squad

While the season is over for the Cassville softball team, the postseason accolades are still being distributed.

In the Big 8 softball arena, the Lady Wildcats secured two spots.

Lauren Turner was named to the First Team as an infielder, and Kyren Postlewait claimed Second Team honors as a utility player.

The complete team is as follows:

First Team

Pitchers

Izzy Erickson , Reeds Spring

Alexa Hopkins, McDonald County

Julia Marshall, Rogersville

Madeline McCall, McDonald County

Catcher

Kylie Helm, McDonald County

Maddison Cantrell, Reeds Spring

Amberlyn Schmidly, Monett

Infielders

Kelli McCallister, Monett

Lauren Turner, Cassville

Chloe Colvin, McDonald County

Taylor Williams, Rogersville

Shelby Ince, Rogersville

Joe Beard, Seneca

Outfielders

Kaesha George, Monett

Maddi Coones, Monett

Rita Santillion, McDonald County

Hailee Lundine, Nevada

Utility

Paige Leithead, Rogersville

Pitcher of the Year: Izzy Erickson, Reeds Spring

Player of the Year: Kylie Helm, McDonald County

Coach of the Year: Skyler Rawlins, McDonald County

Second Team

Pitchers

Chelsea Beville, Seneca

Natalie Oxendine, East Newton

Kassie McCallister, Monett

Catchers

Ashley Lawrence, Lamar

Allie Kohler, Seneca

Haleigh Clift, Marshfield

Infielders

Whitney Kinser, McDonald County

Dusty Welch, Reeds Spring

Maggie Leisure, Nevada

Tylin Heathman, Nevada

Kinley Nance, Lamar

Courtney Scobee, Reeds Spring

Outfielders

Abby Rudd, Reeds Spring

Brooke Davis, Reeds Spring

Elizabeth Martin, Aurora

Makenna Brasier, East Newton

Utility

Kyren Postlewait, Cassville

Kayla French, Seneca

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