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Tampa Bay Times all-Hillsborough County softball

Player of the year: Hope Hernandez, Sr., Chamberlain

Pitcher of the year: Ashley Blessin, So., Plant City

Coach of the year: Ashley Bullion, Plant City

First team

P Alexys Lawson, Jr., Bloomingdale

P Haley Murphy, Jr., East Bay

P Gabby Vallee, Jr., Chamberlain

P Emalee Jansen, Sr., Steinbrenner

C Chloe Boos, So., Academy of the Holy Names

IF Haley Morrell, Sr., Academy of the Holy Names

IF Alexa Russo, So., Tampa Catholic

IF Edmilly Molina. Sr., Plant City

IF Reganne McCarl, Sr., Chamberlain

OF Alex Suarez, Sr., Chamberlain

OF Maggie Trgo, Sr., Newsome

OF Katie Hale, Sr., Academy of the Holy Names

UTIL Samantha Conlan, Sr., Robinson

DH Kristina Foreman, Jr., Berkeley Prep

Second team

P Mary Beth Feldman, So., Newsome

P Hana Schwindler, So., Wharton

P Hailee DeCicco, Jr., Gaither

P Cassidy Renninger, Jr., Robinson

C Kaia LoPreste, So., Riverview

IF Megan Pierro, Jr., Steinbrenner

IF Rachel Kingery, Jr., East Bay

IF Caila Weisman, Jr., Alonso

IF Madison Epperson, Sr., Tampa Catholic

OF Maddie Lewis, Jr., Chamberlain

OF Lexi Moore, Jr., Plant City

OF Lauren Lightbody, So., Sickles

DH Emma Frost, Sr., Carrollwood Day

UTIL Sloan Hammons, Sr., Durant

Honorable mention

Academy of the Holy Names: Brittany Bramwell, Alexis Miniet, Gelmi Pasquier; Alonso: Veronica Diaz, Erin Hale, Jodi Handler, Andrea Kopp, Kristin Kopp, Scarlett Montalvo; Armwood: Alyssa Rivera; Berkeley Prep: Katie Hoover; Bloomingdale: Lexie Chevalier, Kayla Wilson; Brandon: Hollis Hearld; Brooks DeBartolo: Destiny Benjamin; Cambridge Christian: Olivia Elliott, Anna Rawls; Carrollwood Day: Kylie Coffin, Sydney Palaez; Chamberlain: Shannon Maloney, Alex Quinonez, Vivica Smith, Lani Trent; Durant: Mia Giovenco, Traile Robbins, Kelly Swank; East Bay: Jesseanne Ackerman, Kylan Armstrong, Hannah Perez; Freedom: Lauren Hall, Grace Seidl; Jefferson: Gabriella Bello; King: Shontell Cliatt; Leto: Nohely Santana, Armana Ware; Newsome: Bailey Cross, Lindsey Harper, Bailee Leistl, Jada Smallwood; Plant: Grace Hastings-Wydetic; Robinson: Tara White; Seffner Christian: Rachel Seifert, Anna Wellen, Cheyenne Wright; Sickles: Sierra Carter, Morgan Noah, Stephanie Perez, Natalie Zweig; Spoto: Jasmin Montero; Steinbrenner: Stephanie Balmer; Strawberry Crest: Brandy Ashmore, Stephanie Dwyer, Celia Higgins; Tampa Catholic: Grace Burleigh, Olivia Mendez; Tampa Prep: Darcy Gott; Wharton: Mackenzie Allen, Alex Dixon, Ysabella Dominguez, Emma Poole, Asia Thomas

Tampa Bay Times all-Hillsborough County softball 06/16/17 [Last modified: Friday, June 16, 2017 12:53pm]
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