The All-MVL and Southeast All-District teams were released, with Sheridan’s Taylor Pagán and Crooksville’s McKenna Headley leading the lists.
Pagán was named both Big School Division Player of the Year and Southeast District Division II Player of the Year. She was named to the first team on both lists as well as first team All-State. Head Coach Troy Wolfe was named SE District Coach of the Year.
Joining Pagán on the All-MVL and All-District First Teams is freshman Avery Mueller.
Makayla Sheridan and Madie Walker were named to the All-District second team. Sheridan was also named special mention All-MVL and Walker honorable mention All-MVL.
Abbie Mills and Alyssa Gettys join Walker on the All-MVL honorable mention list.
For Crooksville, McKenna Headley and Logyn Chamberlin lead the Lady Ceramics after a stellar season. Headley took home Small School Pitcher of the Year Honors, and Chamberlin took home Player of the Year. Head Coach Casey Vallee was named Coach of the Year for the Small School Division.
Joining Headley and Chamberlin on the first team is Lacie O’Neal. Grace frame garnered Special Mention honors, and both Jaelynn Nelson and Jailynn Theisen were named to the honorable mention lists.
Along with the All-MVL honors, Headley, Chamberlin, O’Neal, and Frame were named to the All-District squads for Division III. Headley earned first team honors, Chamberlin second team, and Frame and O’Neal honorable mention.
Headley also earned second team All-State honors for Division III.
New Lexington was also well represented, with Jayden Allen standing out. Allen was named to the All-MVL Small School first team and the All-District second team.
Soraya Taylor made the All-MVL honorable mention list as well as All-District honorable mention. Phoenix Williamson and Rylee Newlon join Taylor on the All-District honorable mention lists.
In Division IV, Miller’s Jace Agriesti represents the Lady Falcons on the All-District first team.