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ALL-AREA SOFTBALL: Complete Team

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D.H. Conley's Lauren Wiles, left, coach Wayne Deans, and Anna Sawyer pose in The Daily Reflector studio on June 4, 2019. (Molly Urbina/The Daily Reflector)

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By Jake Keator
The Daily Reflector

Sunday, June 9, 2019

FIRST TEAM

Anna Sawyer, D.H. Conley: Batter of the Year

Taylor Bowen, Ayden-Grifton: A .609 batting average had Bowen leading the Chargers this season. She also led the team in hits this season with 42. 

Kate Lancaster, Farmville Central: The Jaguars’ senior leader will graduate after breaking the school stolen base record in three out of four seasons, ending with 112 total, 37 in her final season. She finished with a .500 batting average. 

Lauren Wiles, D.H. Conley: Pitcher of the Year

Kaitlin Uzzell, Greene Central: Uzzell hit for a .470 average in her last season in Snow Hill. She also finished with nine extra-base hits, 27 runs, 31 total hits and 17 stolen bases.

Amya Evans, South Central: The Pitt Community College commit continued to bring the power in her senior season. Of players to see considerable time on the field, she led the Falcons with a .494 batting average, smacking eight home runs on the season to drive in 61 RBIs.

Daly Keele, Greene Central: Keele’s .475 batting average led the Rams this season. Her 26 RBIs also led the team, while she finished second in hits with 28.

Marissa Roach, South Central: Roach was another vital piece of SC’s outfield group, while also playing some at third base. Roach ended her run in Winterville with a .506 season batting average, scoring 48 RBIs.

Madison Deanes, South Central: A vocal leader, Deanes had a .462 batting average, along with 48 runs off 37 hits. Her skill at shortstop played a considerable role in another deep Falcons playoff run.

Wayne Deans, D.H. Conley: Coach of the Year

SECOND TEAM

Izzy Moore, South Central

Kristen Hardy, Ayden-Grifton

Kenya Pittman, Farmville Central

Abby Burress, Greene Central

Carson Fleming, D.H. Conley

Lexi Phillips, D.H. Conley

Anna Mewborn, South Central

Amber Speight, Greene Central

Trinity Nichols, D.H. Conley

HONORABLE MENTION

Kim Gurkins, Ayden-Grifton

Mattie Baxter, Farmville Central 

Alexis Phillips, D.H. Conley

Sydney Wade, Farmville Central

Ainsley Mayo, D.H. Conley

Kennedy Fipps, South Central

Contact Jake Keator at jkeator@reflector.com, 252-329-9594 and follow @JakeKeatorDR on Twitter.

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