Brianna Nunley, Moore
Against the best competition in the state, Nunley posted a 22-7 record, giving up less than two runs per game. Coach Stephanie Riley said Nunley was the core of the team's success.
Brooke Hand, Midwest City
A four-year starter for the Bombers, Hand completed an incredible career with a .579 average at the plate. But she was just as valuable behind the plate as she only allowed four stolen bases all season.
Madi Ellis, Yukon
Still has two more years but already one of the best around. Ellis hit .414 with eight home runs. She also drove in 46 runs and scored 40 times in helping the Millerettes to the championship.
Kayla Kingsley, Putnam City North
A four-year starter for the Panthers, Kingsley has signed to play for Missouri. Kingsley hit .509 and scored 39 times. Coach Mitsy Shaklee said Kingsley was the team's leader.
Abby Taliaferro, Edmond North
Her offensive numbers are impressive, but coach Rick Nordyke said Taliaferro is already the best defensive third baseman in the state. Taliaferro drove in 44 runs and scored 33 times.
Madisyn Long, Carl Albert
Whenever the Titans needed a big hit with runners in scoring position, it was Long that provided the damage. She hit 15 doubles and drove in 55 runs while scoring 46 runs.
Kady Self, Edmond North
Self has been pretty consistent, setting the team record for batting average three consecutive seasons. This year may have been the most impressive with seven home runs, 44 RBIs, 46 runs and a .536 batting average.
Kylie Lang, Yukon
Coach Jennifer Leonard said Lang is one of the quickest and most consistent hitters in the state, and she has great speed. Lang notched 13 doubles and also scored 44 times to give her 109 career runs scored.
Jamie Rateliff, Mustang
Rateliff played a huge role in Mustang's run to another state tournament. She hit .435 and drove in 48 runs while scoring 33 times. Coach Tim Wade said Rateliff's passion sets her apart.
Player of the Year
Whitney Robinson, Carl Albert
An incredible senior season to help her bookend her career with state championships. At the plate, her 61 runs stands out. In the circle, she was 22-1 and won all four state tournament games.
Coach of the Year
Jennifer Leonard, Yukon
Leonard's group played like a hungry team all season and earned the state championship. Leonard believed in a nice blend of youth and experience, and she proved to be correct. Yukon finished with a 33-7 record.