The Pinellas County Athletic Conference softball teams, as voted by public school coaches.
First team: P Alyssa Bache, Sr., East Lake; P Taylor Sabol, Jr., Palm Harbor University; C Sydney Dinelli, Sr., East Lake; 1B Erin Rawls, Sr., East Lake; 2B Alyssa Weaver, Sr., East Lake; SS Hayley Davis, Sr., East Lake; 3B Sarah Schutz, Jr., East Lake; OF Ayanna Andrews, Sr., Countryside; OF Megan Copeland, Jr., PHU; OF Marisa Palumbo, Jr., East Lake; DH Ashley Ehlers, Sr., Dunedin; Util Hailee Keisling, So., Countryside
Second team: P Eryn Rowe, Fr., Countryside; P Jennie Sittloh, So., Seminole; C Claire Hamilton, So., PHU; 1B Annie Causey, Sr., Tarpon Springs; 2B Chrissy Taboluv, Jr., PHU; SS Kristy Fudge, Jr., Seminole; 3B Samantha McCloskey, Jr., PHU; OF Moriah Connelly, Jr., PHU; OF Amanda Weaver, Sr., East Lake; OF Hali Marshall, So., Tarpon Springs; DH Jessica Ferrone, So., Tarpon Springs; Util Tiffany Race, Sr., Seminole
First team: P Kaitlyn Romaine, Jr., Osceola; P Jordan Bennett, Sr., Pinellas Park; C Courtney Lonardo, Sr., Pinellas Park; 1B Alex Sims, Sr., Boca Ciega; 2B Haley Brown, Jr., Osceola; SS Kara Oberer, Jr., Osceola; 3B Sammy Martin, Sr., Pinellas Park; OF Tatum McDowell, Sr., Pinellas Park; OF Jasmine Acevedo, Jr., Osceola; OF Danielle Paquette, Sr., St. Petersburg; DH Shelby Nowakowski, Fr., Pinellas Park; Util Rachel Morton, Fr., Pinellas Park
Second team: P Mallory Wilson, Jr., Boca Ciega; P Jordan Bennett, Sr., Pinellas Park; C Ali Bobo, Jr., Osceola; 1B Emily Bennett, Jr., St. Petersburg; 2B Emma Weiland, Fr., St. Petersburg; SS Haleigh Reddick, Jr., St. Petersburg; 3B Rachel Weaver, Jr., Osceola; OF Naja Love, Sr., Gibbs; OF Conner Harris, So.; OF Cimberlee Leffler, Sr., Boca Ciega; Util Carly Danner, Fr., St. Petersburg
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Osceola diver Cayla Collins committed to Florida Gulf Coast recently. This past season, Collins was the district champion and region runnerup in 1-meter diving. She went on to place eighth at the Class 2A state meet in Orlando. Collins also was a pole vaulter for the Warriors.
- Indian Rocks Christian's Jessica Logemann received her first offer from Division II Alabama-Huntsville, Golden Eagles girls basketball coach Phil Farver said.
Logemann, a rising senior, holds the IRC record for most 3-pointers made in a career with 230. She averaged 11.6 points and 9.4 assists and helped lead the Golden Eagles to a 28-4 record and their second straight appearance in the Class 2A region final.
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Green Devils Perry, Coleman commit to schools
St. Petersburg wide receiver/tight end Javaris Perry and defensive lineman Charles Colemancommitted to colleges recently, coach Joe Fabrizio said. Perry is going to College of the Redwoods in Eureka, Calif., where he'll join former St. Petersburg players Alex Cole, Willie Culver, Chris Johnson, Amare Hart and Malik Wilson. Coleman is heading to Webber International in Babson Park.