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June 1, 2013

Commerce, Lone Oak players earn 14-2A top honors


COMMERCE —   Players from Commerce and Lone Oak earned top honors on the All-District 14-2A girls softball team.

Commerce freshman Jordyn Sharp shared the most valuable player award with Edgewood sophomore Kasandra Young.

  Lone Oak sophomore Kaylee Isenburg captured the utility MVP award.

  Commerce’s Lady Tigers, who advanced to the regional semifinals, also put senior catcher Rebekah Young on the first team along with junior infielder Taite McBee and senior outfielder Stacy Clark.

  Senior infielder Chelsea Rigsby represented Lone Oak on the first team.

Grand Saline senior Emily Gibson shared the offensive player of the year award with Cheyenne Stone from Edgewood.

  Defensive players of the year awards went to Allison McKinley from Quitman and Cheyenne Stone of Edgewood.

        All-District 14-2A

      Girls Softball Team

  Most valuable players — Jordyn Sharp, Commerce, Fr.; Kasandra Young, Edgewood, So.

  Offensive players of the year — Emily Gibson,  Grand Saline, Sr.; Deanielle Gregory, Winnsboro, Sr.

  Defensive players of the year — Allison McKinley, Quitman, Jr.; Cheyenne Stone, Edgewood, Sr.

  Pitchers of the year  — Bailey Chitty, Grand Saline, Jr.; Brenda Jongsma, Winnsboro Sr.

  Catchers of the year  — Ashley Matthews, Como-Pickton, Jr.; Cheyenne Robert, Edgewood, Jr.

  Utility most valuable player — Kaylee Isenburg, Lone Oak, So.

  Designated hitter most valuable player — Hailey Eason, Edgewood, Jr.

  Newcomers of the year — Makayla Brown, Quitman, Jr.; Kasey Thomas, Winnsboro, Fr.

  Freshman most valuable player — Erin Roberts, Alba-Golden, Fr.


P    Rachel Deen               Edgewood             Sr.

P    Emily Mullins               Alba-Golden          Jr.

C    Rebekah Cooper        Commerce             Sr.

C     Kelsey Daniels           Quitman                 Jr.

C    Gracie Peacock           Alba-Golden          Fr.

IF    Jessika Barnhart         Alba-Golden          Jr.

IF    April Fry                       Winnsboro            Sr.

IF    Mikaela Jacks             Como-Pickton        Jr.

IF    Hannah Jameson        Edgewood           So.

IF    Kim Jongsma               Winnsboro           Jr.  

IF    Taite McBee                 Commerce           Jr.

IF    Shea Raley                  Quitman               Jr.

IF    Chelsea Rigsby            Lone Oak            Sr.

OF    Reigann Barnhart       Winnsboro           Sr.

OF    Stacy Clark                Commerce           Sr.

OF    Brooke Denton           Grand Saline        So.

OF    Leah Foster                Edgewood            Sr.

OF    Abby Stanley              Grand Saline        So.

OF    Brittany Thompson      Edgewood           Jr.

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