Three Seward Softball Players Make Conference’s First Team

KSCB News - May 11, 2012 3:03 pm

Despite a disappointing end to the 2012 season, at least
six Seward County Lady Saint softball players will have something to
celebrate this week as Bianca Adame, Rachel Shockley, Taylor McDougall,
Stephanie Mark, Carissa Hackett, and Jill Dickson were all named to the
Jayhawk West All-Conference and the NJCAA Region VI All-Region team
Thursday. The six Seward players marked the most players of any school
in the conference named to the teams.

Bianca Adame led the way for the Lady Saints as a 1st
Team selection after a record breaking season that saw her hit .447
while shattering school records with 101 hits, 10 triples, and 41 stolen
bases this year. Freshman Rachel Shockley was named the top utility
player in the league this season and was a 1st Team pick after leading
the team with a .491 batting average in conference play as well as
driving in a team high 14 runs. Joining the two on the 1st Team was
Taylor McDougall who was chosen to the All-Conference squad for the
second straight year. McDougall finished the season hitting .370 with 22
doubles, 8 home runs, and a team high 54 RBI’s. Seward’s 2nd Team
selections were led by freshman 1st Baseman Stephanie Mark who had an
incredible rookie season despite being slowed by injury. She led the
Lady Saints with a .463 batting average and set a school record with 26
doubles as well as clubbing a team leading 10 home runs this season.
Carissa Hackett was a 2nd Team pick in the outfield, hitting .333 with
21 RBI’s while finishing second on the team with 10 stolen bases. Jill
Dickson continued a tradition of pitchers on the All-Conference squad as
she was named 2nd Team after posting a 19-9 mark this season with a 2.67
ERA in 173 1/3 innings of work.

Roy Allen

 

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