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August 28, 2014

All-Calhoun County Class 1A-2A softball team

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Posted: Tuesday, June 10, 2014 7:08 pm | Updated: 10:36 pm, Tue Jun 10, 2014.

Christa Lynn

Pleasant Valley

Jr., 5-3, P

Noteworthy: Lynn earned 14 wins for the Raiders this year. She had a 3.60 ERA in 118 ⅔ innings, including striking out 60 batters while walking only 15.

Taylor Hamm


So., 5-6, P

Noteworthy: Hamm was the Indians’ main pitcher this year, but she also made things happen at the plate. She batted .494 with 40 runs and had a .597 slugging percentage.

Raegan Nunez


So., 5-4, C

Noteworthy: Nunez made a smooth transition in her first season as a Panther, batting .324 with 13 doubles and 21 RBIs. She also had a .982 field percentage.

Kamryn Beasley

Fr., 5-8, INF


Noteworthy: Beasley was a big threat at the plate. She batted .345 with two home runs, 28 RBIs and 26 runs.

Carlee Mullinax


Fr., 5-3, INF

Noteworthy: Mullinax was as good as it gets. She batted .447 with 55 hits, including eight home runs, 56 RBIs and 49 runs. She stole 11 bases and had a .968 fielding percentage.

Kara Perry

Pleasant Valley

Fr., 5-8, INF

Noteworthy: Perry did it all for the Raiders. She batted .421 with 45 hits, including five home runs and 47 RBIs.

Lauren Carroll


Fr., 5-2, INF

Noteworthy: Carroll continued her success in the middle of the infield. She batted .409 with 54 hits, 41 runs and 13 stolen bases. She had a .924 field percentage.

Tiffany Williams

Pleasant Valley

Jr., 5-3, OF

Noteworthy: Williams’ speed was anything but unnoticable. She stole 16 bases and batted .354 for the Raiders. She had 36 runs and 18 RBIs.

Mersady Williams


Sr., 5-8, OF

Noteworthy: Williams’ final season at Ohatchee was a year to remember. She batted .517 with 42 runs and a .701 slugging percentage.

Taylor Houck


Fr., 5-0, OF

Noteworthy: Houck tracked anything down that came her way, compiling a .964 fielding percentage. At the plate, she batted .439 with 54 hits, 49 runs, three triples, 22 RBIs and 10 stolen bases.

Peyton Camp

Faith Christian

Sr., 5-4, DH

Noteworthy: Camp’s career at Faith Christian will be one to remember. In her final high school season, she batted .532 for the Lions with 42 hits, 45 runs, 20 doubles and a .648 on-base percentage.

Regan Espana

Jacksonville Christian

So., 5-4, UTIL

Noteworthy: Espana shined for the Thunder at multiple positions. She held a 1.56 ERA in the circle and batted .302.

Atleigh Brannon

Pleasant Valley

Fr., 5-2, UTIL

Noteworthy: Brannon was quite a leadoff hitter for the Raiders. She batted .417 with a .488 on-base percentage. She added 16 stolen bases.

Honorable mention

Jacksonville Christian — Danna-Leigh Swindall, Joeley Cupp, Kayla Barnes, Jordan Barnes; Faith Christian — Presley Whitten, Jasmyne Groce, Kirstyn Cotton, Madelyn Adams; Ohatchee — Jordan Dunaway; Pleasant Valley — Holly Stewart, Tori Shepard, Anna Craven; Wellborn — Tymeria Mackey, Brooke Angle, Samantha Coley.

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