Bulldogs land 2 on first team all-league softball
Baldwin High School's softball team placed a pair of first-teamers, three second-teamers and a pair of honorable mention selections on the Frontier League All-League team.
"I think we're quite honored to have that many chosen since it's a 10-team league," said coach Ginny Honomichl.
Senior pitcher Kyrstan Hubbel and junior center fielder Katie Martin were the first-team selections. Hubbel compiled an impressive 17-4 record on the mound and signed a letter of intent to play softball at Neosho County. Martin, an all-state choice a year ago, led the team with a .514 batting average from her third-place spot in the batting order in addition to outstanding defensive play in center.
Baldwin High's second-team selections were junior Kayla Pringle at second base, sophomore Kalie Harris at third base and sophomore Kari Garrison in left field.
Honorable mention choices for the Bulldogs were sophomore catcher Mandi Daigh and senior shortstop Jodie Bacon. Bacon has signed a letter of intent to play softball and basketball at Sterling College.
Other members of the Frontier League All-League first team are: Trish Abell, senior, Spring Hill, pitcher; Amber Keimig, senior, Paola, pitcher; Erin Knect, senior, Paola, catcher; Leah Roth, senior, Spring Hill, first base; Becky Schlagel, sophomore, Spring Hill, second base; Holly Gault, junior, Spring Hill, shortstop; Brandi Clifton, junior, Gardner, third base; Brandi Bryan, junior, Gardner, left field; Sarah Roseberry, senior, Osawatomie, left field; Ashley Toft, senior, Gardner, right field; K. Moyer, freshman, Eudora, utility; and A. Benedict, Spring Hill, utility.
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