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Lady Cats Softball Earns Three Superlatives and Team Has Ten Chosen to All-District Team

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Two Lady Cats Softball Players earned superlatives and a total of 10 Lady Cats earned spots on the District 15-5A All-District Softball Team released Saturday (June 5) by Lady Cats Coach David Carrillo.

Lady Cats sophomore pitcher Crimson Bryant was chosen the District Co-MVP with Hallsville pitcher Maddie Melton.

Lady Cats senior first baseman Nylah Lindley was selected as the District Offensive MVP. Lindley has signed to play college softball at Tuskegee University in Alabama.

The Lady Cats Softball Coaching Staff was named Co-Coaching Staff of the Year with the Hallsville staff. Lady Cats making the First Team All-District Team are third baseman Addison Caddell and right fielder Grace Magnuson.

Chosen Second Team All-District are shortstop Parris Pickett and centerfielder Jadyn Harper.

Honorable Mention selections are second baseman Matti Smith, designated player Addison DeSmet, catcher Anahi Velasquez and leftfielder Nicole Higgins.

Lady Cats earning Academic All-District status are Nylah Lindley, Tia Nash, Parris Pickett, Kinslei Smallwood, Kinley Friddle, Addison Caddell, Hanna Sells, Grace Magnuson, Addison DeSmet and Jadyn Harper.

The Lady Cats, co-District Champions, made it all the way to the Regional Semifinals, going farther than any Lady Cats Softball Team in history. They were 28-5 for the season.

That mark represented the fewest losses ever by a David Carrillo-coached Lady Cats’ team and tied for second best in victories for a Carrillo-coached Lady Cats’ Team.


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Author: Ross LaBenske

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