Player of the Year

Baily Bennett (Jr., Heppner) — SD 5 Player of the Year, 0.44 ERA in 174 innings, 193 strikeouts, 23-4 season record, pitched all but two of Mustangs’ total innings, .180 average against, eight shutouts Batting: .413 average, .541 on-base percentage, 10 home runs, 37 RBIs, nine doubles, 31 hits, 35 runs
First Team

P — Kristen Crawford (Sr., Pendleton) — Class 5A Pitcher of the Year and Columbia River Conference Player of the Year, 1.18 ERA in 183 ⅓ innings pitched*, 23-5 record, 149 strikeouts, 34 walks, .200 batting average against*

P — Megan Bailey (So., Echo) — First-team Special District 5, 1.23 ERA in 108 innings pitched*, 66 strikeouts*, 17 games started. Batting: .456 average*, 35 RBIs, 38 hits*, 24 runs*, 16 doubles*, 14 steals (14 attempts)

P — Paige Long (Jr., Hermiston) — Second-team all-CRC, 1.88 ERA in 100 ⅓ innings pitched*, 112 strikeouts*, 10-6 season record. Batting: .392 average, .500 on-base percentage, 22 RBIs*, six home runs*, 29 runs scored

C — Cheyenne Kessler (Jr., Mac-Hi) — First-team all-Greater Oregon League, .500 average*, .565* on-base percentage, 17 runs*, 20 hits*, 13 RBIs, four home runs, five doubles, threw out 14 runners stealing (league stats)

IF — Gracie Flyg (Sr., Hermiston) — First-team all-CRC, .488 average*, .526 on-base percentage*, 42 hits*, 30 runs*, 11 RBIs, two home runs, one  strikeout in 86 at-bats

IF — Molly von Borstel (So., Weston-McEwen) — First-team all-SD5, .493 average*, .571 on-base percentage*, 24 runs*, 12 steals*, 34 hits, two home runs, .951 fielding percentage. Pitching: 1.97 ERA in 78 innings pitched, 64 strikeouts, 5-5 record

IF — Megan Reed  — (Jr., Mac-Hi) — First-team all-GOL, .439 average, .477 on-base percentage, 12 runs, 18 hits, nine RBIs, 4 doubles (league stats)

IF — Darian Lindsey (Fr., Pendleton) — Class 5A Co-Player of the Year, .458 average*, .500 on-base percentage*, 44 hits*, 25 runs, five triples*, 16 RBIs, .942 fielding percentage (third base)

OF — Heather Fitzpatrick (Sr., Pilot Rock) — First-team all-SD5, .444 average*, 27 RBIs*, five doubles, one triple, 12 runs, three outfield assists

OF — McKenzie Fuhrman (Sr., Weston-McEwen) — First-team all-SD5, .339 average, .476 on-base percentage, 23 hits, six steals

OF — Shea Lindsey (Jr., Pendleton) — Second-team 5A all-state, .333 average, .395 on-base percentage, 29 runs*, 36 hits, two triples, nine walks, 15 steals

OF — Alisha Mego (Sr., Irrigon) — First-team all-SD5, .360 average, .478 on-base percentage*, 27 hits, 25 runs, 15 RBIs, eight doubles*.
Pitching: 1.74 ERA in 48 ⅓ innings pitched

UT — Jory Spencer (Sr., Pendleton) — First-team 5A all-state, .317 average, .385 on-base percentage, 26 hits, 18 RBIs, 16 runs, one home run, 17 steals*, .991 fielding percentage (first base)

Second Team

P — Kaitlin Erm (Sr., Mac-Hi) — First-team all-Greater Oregon League, 1.20 ERA in 46 ⅔ innings pitched, 6-1 season record, 36 strikeouts, only eight earned runs.

Batting: .382 average, 13 hits

P — Brittany Zuercher (Fr., Irrigon) — First-Team all-SD5, 1.49 ERA in 108 ⅓ innings pitched*, 80 strikeouts*, 10-7 season record

P — Emma Gabriel (Sr., Echo) — First-team all-CRC, 2.02 ERA in 52 innings pitched, 5-2 record. Batting: .402 average, 35 hits, 26 singles*, 17 RBIs, 10 steals (11 attempts), .960 fielding percentage (first base/pitcher)

C — Morgan Entze (Sr., Weston-McEwen) — First-team all-SD5, .478 average, .536 on-base percentage, 11 steals, 21 runs, 20 RBIs*

C — Rayne Spencer (Jr., Pendleton) — Second-team all-CRC, .400 average, .465 on-base percentage, 36 hits, 20 runs, 19 RBIs, nine doubles*, three home runs*, 11 walks, 1.000 fielding percentage*

C — Courtney Howard (Sr., Hermiston) — First-team all-CRC, .355 average, .462 on-base percentage, 27 hits, 13 RBIs, 12 runs, 10 walks, threw out 75 percent of runners

IF — Mykel Liebe (Jr., Hermiston) — Second-team all-CRC, .367 average, .433 on-base percentage, 15 RBIs, 22 hits, .980 fielding percentage (second base)

IF — Kasidee Lemberger (Jr., Pendleton) — Second-team all-CRC, .354 average, .415 on-base percentage, 27 runs*, 19 RBIs, 34 hits, eight doubles, two home runs

IF — Karmen Garrett (Jr., Irrigon) — First-team all-SD5, .329 average, .382 on-base percentage, 27 hits, 16 runs, 20 RBIs,* four home runs*, five doubles

IF — Marissa Stanger (Jr., Irrigon) — First-team all-SD5, .361 average*, .459 on-base percentage, 26 hits, 26 runs*, 12 walks, 12 steals (12 attempts)

IF — Cheyanne Lawson (Sr., Hermiston) — Second-team all-CRC, .449 on-base percentage, 28 hits, 18 runs, .993 fielding percentage (first base)

IF — Alisen Neasham (Jr., Echo) — Honorable Mention all-SD5, .349 average, 29 hits, 22 runs, 10 doubles, seven walks*, 10 steals (10 attempts) .941 fielding percentage (second base/shortstop)

IF — Cassi Day (Sr., Heppner) — First-team all-SD5, .305 average, .374 on-base percentage, 25 hits, 12 RBIs, eight doubles, 11 walks

OF — Reeghan Lehnert (So., Pendleton) — First-team 5A all-state, .313 average, .368 on-base percentage, 25 hits, seven doubles, 15 RBIs, two triples, .947 fielding percentage (right field)

OF — Karla Jimenez (Jr., Riverside) — Second-team all-Eastern Oregon League, .319 average, .382 on-base percentage, 23 hits*, nine doubles*, one triple, four RBIs, 16 runs, five steals

OF — Sterling Braithwaite (Jr., Echo) — Honorable Mention all-SD5, .302 average, 23 hits, 20 runs, three triples*, six doubles, 15 RBIs, 15 steals (16 attempts)

OF — Maloree Moss (Sr., Hermiston) — First-team all-CRC, .274 average, 26 hits, 20 runs, 16 RBIs, four doubles, 1.000 fielding percentage

UT — Colette Robert (Fr., Mac-Hi) — First-team all-GOL, .515 average*, .543 on-base percentage, 11 runs, 17 hits, 13 RBIs, four doubles, three home runs. Pitching: 1.40 ERA in 28 ⅓ innings pitched, 4-1 record, 40 strikeouts (league stats)

UT — Melina Rodriguez (Sr., Hermiston) — First-team all-CRC, .385 average, .523 on-base percentage, three home runs, two triples, 19 RBIs, 25 hits, 19 runs

*Denotes team leader
 


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