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2018 Softball Honors

Updated May 15, 2018 - 10:21 pm

Here are the 2018 softball honors, as selected by the coaches.

Class 4A Honors

All-Sunrise League

First Team

Tatum Spangler, Coronado; Ashley Ward, Coronado; Mikayla Berg, Basic; Sanoe Helenihi, Basic; Cali Christopher, Liberty; Morgan LaNeve, Liberty; Shelby Carvalho, Liberty; Olivia McClain, Green Valley; Savannah Fabro, Green Valley; Kylie Becker, Foothill; Skylar Glaude, Foothill; Leah Becker, Foothill; Gianna Carosone, Rancho; Yvette Sanchez, Rancho; Megan Johnson, Silverado; Dalyse Whiteside, Silverado; Jessica Boothe, Silverado; Heather Holman, Eldorado; Skylar Gorrell, Las Vegas; Gabriella Morales, Valley

Second Team

Aleah Baldonado, Coronado; Madison Stephens, Coronado; Shelby Basso, Basic; Izabelle Morales, Basic; Lauren Koshak, Basic; Jasmine Gonzalez, Liberty; Allie Fox, Foothill; Makenzie Andrews, Foothill; Cinthia Garcia, Green Valley; Katrina Ramos, Green Valley; Liliana Gutierrez, Rancho; MacKenzie Perry, Rancho; Mariana Maldonado, Eldorado; Kerri Nasife, Eldorado; Nicole Forrest, Las Vegas; Skylah McDowell, Canyon Springs

Player of the Year–Ashley Ward, Coronado

Pitcher of the Year–Tatum Spangler, Coronado

Coach of the Year–Steve McMechan, Eldorado

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All-Southwest League

First Team

Mia Buranamontri, Sierra Vista; Hola Rosalia Nakayama, Sierra Vista; Trinity Valentine, Durango; Sara Riley, Bonanza; Jazmyn Martinez, Sierra Vista; Taylore Edwards, Sierra Vista; Alexis Geraldo, Durango; Kaitlin Fazendin, Durango; Izriah Hodson, Desert Oasis; Fia Tofi, Desert Oasis; Monique Passalacqua, Bishop Gorman; Darian Pancirov, Bishop Gorman; Teegan Teal, Spring Valley

Second Team

Elizabeth Heller, Clark; Madison Hood, Spring Valley; Chryshelle Abril-Ryan, Spring Valley; Hayley Coreas, Bishop Gorman; Meaghan McInerney, Desert Oasis; Paisley Garcia, Desert Oasis; Destiny Cisneros, Durango; Madisyn Conriquez, Durango; Keely Thompson, Durango; Aaliyah Medina, Sierra Vista; Ryan Watkins, Sierra Vista; Tyerra Kaaialii, Sierra Vista; Brooke Detomaso, Bonanza

co-Players of the Year–Mia Buranamontri and Hola Roslia Nakayama, Sierra Vista

Pitcher of the Year–Trinity Valentine, Durango

Coach of the Year–Raul Almaguer, Sierra Vista

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All-Northwest League

First Team

1B–Alyssa Stanley, Shadow Ridge. 2B–Samantha Lawrence, Centennial. SS–Lauryn Barker, Palo Verde. 3B–Caitlyn Covington, Shadow Ridge. OF–Clara Heislen, Faith Lutheran; Makall Whetten, Palo Verde; Shea Clements, Shadow Ridge. P–Amanda Sink, Centennial; Taylor Askland, Palo Verde. C–Grace Chavez, Palo Verde. UTL–Kendall Hopkins, Palo Verde. DH–Deanna Barrera, Centennial

Second Team

1B–Makena Martin, Palo Verde. 2B–Kaeley Roldan, Cimarron-Memorial. SS–Kiana Tate, Centennial. 3B–Samantha Wade, Palo Verde. OF–Grace Hornsby, Faith Lutheran; Lileya Kebos, Arbor View; Tiarra Del Rosario, Cimarron-Memorial. P–Sophie Foster, Faith Lutheran. C–Mya’Liah Bethea, Cimarron-Memorial. UTL–Alisha Schultz, Shadow Ridge. DH–Caitlin Livreri, Arbor View.

Player of the Year–Lauryn Barker, Palo Verde

Pitcher of the Year–Taylor Askland, Palo Verde

Coach of the Year–Kelly Glass, Palo Verde

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Class 1A Honors

All-Southern League

First Team

P–Ashlyn Wadsworth, Pahranagat Valley; Blaze Snegirev, Tonopah. C–Kayla Noyes, Indian Springs. 1B–Kaitlyn Davis, Pahranagat Valley; Faith Prine, Indian Springs. 2B-Rachel Bunker, Pahranagat Valley; Halle Jackson, Indian Springs. 3B–Jessica Brede, Pahranagat Valley; Chanlei Phillips, Tonopah. SS–Morgan Harris, Pahranagat Valley; Lauren Klapper, Tonopah. OF–Karley Whipple, Pahranagat Valley; Emily Hansen, Pahranagat Valley; Hailey Linfoot, Indian Springs.

Second Team

P–Yesenia Ortega, Beaver Dam; Samantha Robinson, Sandy Valley. C–Leah Kniefel, Tonopah. 1B–Skyla Ogilvie, Tonopah. 2B–Tessa North, Tonopah. 3B–Yatzary Flores, Beaver Dam. SS–Kynnedie Ellingford, Beaver Dam. OF–Hannah Castelton, Pahranagat Valley; Hailey Butler, Indian Springs; Aubree Young, Indian Springs.

co-Most Valuable Players–Madalyn Taylor, Pahranagat Valley; Aspen Avery, Indian Springs.

Coach of the Year–Steven Feick, Beaver Dam

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