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September 16, 2014

Class 3A All-Calhoun County Softball Team

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Posted: Wednesday, June 11, 2014 7:04 pm | Updated: 10:10 pm, Wed Jun 11, 2014.

Kayleigh Williams


Fr., 5-7, P

Noteworthy: Williams brought the strongest pitching arm to the circle for the Bulldogs. She had a 2.37 ERA by the end of the year and also hit .331 at the plate.

Amber Greenwood

White Plains

Jr., 5-8, P

Noteworthy: Greenwood brought a second threat to the circle for the Wildcats. She had a 1.52 ERA and hit .393 on the year.

Anna Snider

White Plains

Jr., 5-7, P

Noteworthy: Snider was nothing short of dominant yet again for the Wildcats. She had a 1.54 ERA in the circle and batted .493 at the plate.

Morgan Cobb

White Plains

Sr., 5-4, C

Noteworthy: Cobb provided good defense for the Wildcats behind the plate and also brought offensive production as well. She hit .329 for the year.

Carley Wood

White Plains

Fr., 5-5, INF

Noteworthy: Wood came on at the end of the season for the Wildcats. She finished the year with a .444 batting average.

Sophia Taylor

White Plains

Sr., 5-5, INF

Noteworthy: Taylor’s career as a Wildcat finished on a strong note. She helped White Plains reach the 3A state tournament and batted .361.

Madison Pike


So., 5-7, INF

Noteworthy: Pike was a big threat at the plate for opposing teams. She finished the year with a .364 batting average.

Torre Roberts


So., 5-7, INF

Noteworthy: Roberts speed was deadly. She stole a school-record 60 bases on 65 attempts. She also batted a team-high .453 and led the team in hits, runs, triples and slugging.

Lauren Mueller

White Plains

Jr., 5-4, OF

Noteworthy: Mueller didn’t allow much to land in the outfield. She also batted .319 for the Wildcats.

Mallory Roberts


Sr., 5-8, OF

Noteworthy: Roberts provided a strong defensive presence for the Bulldogs and also got things done at the plate. She batted .346 on the year.

Daja Johnson


So., 5-6, OF

Noteworthy: Johnson did a little bit of everything for the Wildcats. She was a strong hitter and also pitched.

Kendall Pressley


So., 5-10, DH

Noteworthy: Pressley spent some time on the mound, but her biggest accomplishments came at the plate. She batted .311 on the year.

Lauren Reed


Jr., 5-7, UTIL

Noteworthy: Reed hit the ball well for the Bearcats and led the way offensively, batting .309.

Honorable mention

Saks — Miracle Dennard; Weaver — Macie Baker, Anna Morris; White Plains — Shelby Wood, Caley Ponder; Piedmont — Rachel Baggett.

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