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All-state/all-conference softball teams 2015

The following is a full list of Montana all-state girls’ softball teams and all-conference selections for western Montana as released following the 2015 season.

The lists include players and teams from across all three classifications, AA, A and B-C.

Class AA

All-State

P – Ali Williams, jr., Glacier; Macey Newbary, jr., Big Sky; Quinn Hartman, sr., CMR; Ashley Davis, sr., West

C – Morgan Johnson, jr., Big Sky; CJ Konesky, sr., Great Falls

1B – Kendall Rauk, jr., Big Sky; Alyssa Baxter, Skyview

2B – Kayleena Ikeda, sr., Glacier; Cody Rodgers, so., West

3B – Kendall Mooney, jr., Big Sky; April Pisk, Skyview

SS – Erin Emanuel, sr,. Helena; Lexi Mayhood, jr., West

OF – Sydney Ladas, sr., Capital; Tylar Holland, jr., Helena; Callie McKillop, so., Hellgate; Mackenzie Mayhood, so., West; Hannah Schaffer, sr., Great Falls; McCall Enott, sr., CMR

DP – Taylor Matthews, fr., Capital; Amanda Spear, sr., Butte

UT – Talley Hill, sr., Hellgate; Sarah Bonner, Senior

Western AA all-conference

First team

P – Ali Williams, jr., Glacier; Macey Newbary, jr., Big Sky

C – Morgan Johnson, jr., Big Sky

1B – Kendall Rauk, jr., Big Sky

2B – Kayleena Ikeda, sr., Glacier

3B – Kendall Mooney, jr., Big Sky

SS – Erin Emanuel, sr,. Helena

OF – Sydney Ladas, sr., Capital; Taylar Holland, jr., Helena; Callie McKillop, so., Hellgate

DP – Taylor Matthews, fr., Capital

UT – Talley Hill, sr., Hellgate

Second team

P – Terra Gilchrist, so., Helena; Brittany Smith, sr., Capital

C – Taylor Holmes, fr., Sentinel

1B – Erin McHugh, so., Glacier

2B – Quincy Preston, jr., Big Sky

3B – Madi Quick, jr., Capital

SS – Kayla Russell, sr., Glacier

OF – Emma Meredith, jr., Helena; Christina DuFour, so., Glacier; Kiley Snow, jr., Big Sky

DP – Taylor Brinkman, fr., Sentinel

UT – Abbie O’Brien, jr., Flathead

Honorable mention

McKenzie Johnston, sr., Capital; Jaley Priddy, so., Capital; Jaime Schafer, so., Big Sky; Jordan Hinman, jr., Helena; Brittany Delridge, so., Sentinel; Kayla Daily, fr., Sentinel; Sierrah Hardy, so., Hellgate; Kylee Meredith, so., Flathead; Rebecca Knutson, so., Flathead; Kaitlin Torgerson, jr., Flathead; Katie Wiley, so., Glacier.

Eastern AA all-conference

First team

P – Quinn Hartman, sr., CMR; Ashley Davis, sr., West

C – CJ Konesky, sr., Great Falls

1B – Allyssa Baxter, Skyview

2B – Cody Rodgers, so., West

3B – April Pisk, sr., Skyview

SS – Lexi Mayhood, jr., West

OF – Mackenzie Mayhood, so., West; Hannah Schaffer, sr., Great Falls; McCall Enott, sr., CMR

DP – Amanda Spear, sr., Butte

UT – Sarah Bonner, Senior

Second team

P – none

C – Katie Huisman, CMR

1B – Bethany McLean, Butte

2B – Myla Robbins, CMR

3B – none

SS – Savanna Voyles, CMR

OF – Tierney Weinholz, Great Falls; Tristan Walks, Butte; Justyce Connole, Butte

DP – none

UT – Courtney Schroeder, CMR

Honorable mention

Erin Watterud, West; Brittanee Fisher, Senior; Bri Guse, Skyview; McKenzie Staats, Great Falls; Maria Michelotti, Butte; Sydney Stites, Bozeman; Caitlin Soltesz, CMR.

Class A

All-state

Northwestern A – Morgan Ray, sr., Frenchtown; Brooke Yarnall, jr., Frenchtown; Krista Hebnes, sr., Frenchtown; Taylor Brackey, sr., Polson; Hannah England, sr., Libby; Devon Gallagher, sr., Libby; Ashley Trueblood, sr., Columbia Falls.

Southwestern A – Taylor Goligoski, sr., Hamilton; Kloie Thatcher, fr., Butte Central; Brandi Lovaas, sr., Dillon; Rachael Ringer, so., Hamilton; Mollie Peoples, so., Butte Central; Carly Vercruyssen, sr., Stevensville.

Eastern A – Molly Day, sr., Billings Central; Darla Davisson, sr., Hardin; Skylar Rockwell, sr., Billings Central; Lexi Pettersen, jr., Glendive; Maggie Meyer, jr., Billings Central; Paige Hodges, jr., Laurel.

Central A – Sierra Higgs, so., Livingston; Dani Wagner, jr., Havre; Meghan Gibson, jr., Livingston; Skyla Neubauer, jr., Belgrade; Judy Taylor, jr., Belgrade; Paige Henderson, sr., Havre.

Northwestern A all-conference

First team

P – Morgan Ray, sr., Frenchtown; Hannah England, sr., Libby; Ashley Trueblood, sr., Columbia Falls.

C – Devon Gallagher, sr., Libby; Brooke Yarnall, sr., Frenchtown.

INF – Taylor Brackey, sr., Polson; Shelby Shourds, jr., Frenchtown; Mahala Wedel, sr., Libby; Kaelen Wall, sr., Polson; Haley Cyr, sr., Frenchtown.

OF – Krista Hebnes, sr., Frenchtown; Emma Pyron, sr., Frenchtown; Peyton Kehr, so., Columbia Falls; Staci Regh, sr., Libby.

UT – Madisen Monigold, so., Libby; Laci Willett, jr., Frenchtown.

Second team

P – none.

C – Sarah Rausch, sr., Polson.

INF – Hannah Potter, jr., Polson; Kaelyn Smith, fr., Polson; Lottie Ellis, jr., Columbia Falls; Auria Benefield, sr., Libby.

OF – Jaiden Toth, sr., Polson; Carlee Brown, sr., Columbia Falls.

UT – Hannah Fryberger, so., Polson.

Honorable mention

P – Camas Renault, so., Polson; Haley Fyant, so., Polson.

C – none.

INF – Michaela McDowel, jr., Whitefish.

OF – Abbey Ennenga, so., Libby.

UT – none.

Southwestern A all-conference

Coach of the year – Kelci Thatcher, Butte Central.

First team

Taylor Goligoski, sr., Hamilton; Kloie Thatcher, fr., Butte Central; Brandi Lovaas, sr., Dillon; Rachael Ringer, so., Hamilton; Mollie Peoples, so., Butte Central; Carly Vercruyssen, sr., Stevensville; Kassandra Flores, jr., Anaconda; McKayl Rothie, sr., Hamilton; Kimee Hritsco-Murray, sr., Dillon; Megan Finely, sr., Stevensville.

Second team

Teresa Piazzola, jr., Butte Central; Lacee Moodry, sr., Anaconda; McKenzie Gallagher, jr., Butte Central; Caitlin Dillon, fr., Hamilton; Tayler Reynolds, sr., Hamilton; Audrey Schurg, sr., Dillon; Nicole Turner, jr., Corvallis; Jenna Lockman, sr., Stevensville; Emily St. John, so., Butte Central; Shawnee Hjelt, jr., Butte Central.

Honorable mention

Lauren Dolcater, sr., Hamilton; Hannah Schaefer, so., Anaconda; Cammie Beller, sr., Stevensville; Corbyn Holm, so., Butte Central; Taia Tully, jr., Corvallis; Kloie Nye, jr., Hamilton; Kira Doyle, jr., Corvallis; Megan Michelotti, fr., Butte Central; Adrianna Pittman, so., Dillon; Sky Lopez, fr., Hamilton.

Class B-C

All-state

Western B-C – Holly Hale, Florence; Megan Byrne, Florence; Kelsie Gray, Deer Lodge; Kendra Starkel, Ronan; Hannah Hirning, Loyola Sacred Heart; Mikaylan Roylance, Mission; Diana Woodward, Plains; Carston Rhine, Ronan.

Eastern B-C – Tristin Achenbach, Conrad-Choteau; Tylee Oxendahl, Huntley Project; Tyra Johnson, Glasgow; Hailee Gregerson, Stillwater; Janie McRae, Shepherd; Michaela DeBoo, Conrad-Choteau; Rayla Marema, Shepherd; Khloe Krumwiede, Glasgow.

Western B-C all-conference

First team

Holly Hale, Florence; Megan Byrne, Florence; Kelsie Gray, Deer Lodge; Kendra Starkel, Ronan; Hannah Hirning, Loyola Sacred Heart; Mikaylan Roylance, Mission; Diana Woodward, Plains; Carston Rhine, Ronan; Hunter Therriault, Deer Lodge; Kenzie Dulmes, Ronan; Kaitlyn Sassaman, Ronan.

Second team

Sami Kinzie, Plains; Natalie Padovich, Deer Lodge; Natalie Drozdz, Florence; Emile Charlo, Mission; Joslynn Haran, Loyola Sacred Heart; Shania Dubois, Mission; Jordyn Clairmont, Ronan; Natalie Goodman, Loyola Sacred Heart; Evynn Anderson, Eureka;  Madi Fitchett, Thompson Falls; Josie McCann, Florence; Brenna Garrision, Troy.

 

 

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