Player of the Year
SIERRA BRONKEY, ED. SANTA FE→Class: Senior →Position: Utility →The story: A four-year starter for the Wolves, Bronkey was as dominant as advertised this season in helping lead Santa Fe back to the state tournament.
ASHLEY PAXTON, MUSTANG→Class: Senior →Position: Pitcher →The story: Finished the year with 206 strikeouts and only gave up 15 earned runs in 132 2/3 innings pitched. Added four home runs and 29 RBIs.
KYLEE ROUNSAVILLE, MUSTANG→Class: Senior →Position: Catcher →The story: A four-year starter, Rounsaville caught 125 career games for the Broncos. Had six home runs with 42 RBIs and helped Mustang to state final.
SYDNEY GARCIA, MOORE→Class: Senior →Position: Infielder →The story: A four-year starter that got better with each season and was one of the main reasons Moore didn’t drop off this year. Scored 48 runs and had 39 RBIs.
AMANDA MADDEN, YUKON→Class: Junior →Position: Infielder →The story: When senior Dani Fox went down with injury, Madden was crucial in the team continuing its success that included another trip to the state tournament.
TARA MARTINI, MOORE→Class: Senior →Position: Infielder →The story: Coach Stephanie Riley said she was just as impressed with Martini’s glove to go with her bat. Martini hit .434 and had 32 RBIs and scored 31 times.
CIERRA HUGHES, MIDWEST CITY→Class: Senior →Position: Infielder →The story: A change in position from outfield to infield didn’t hurt Hughes this season. Hit .474, and her amazing speed allowed her to score 40 runs.
BETH MANSHIP, HARRAH→Class: Senior →Position: Outfielder →The story: Move up in class hurt team’s chances, but Manship was magnificent. Hit .429 with only three strikeouts this season and a mere two errors her entire career.
LAUREN TYNDALL, ED. MEMORIAL→Class: Senior →Position: Outfielder →The story: Hit .434 with 26 RBIs. Coach Janet Chartney said Tyndall has great speed to go with a great arm. Has signed with the University of Northwestern.
SIDNI BOYER, SHAWNEE→Class: Senior →Position: Outfielder →The story: Wasn’t much more Boyer could do for the Wolves. Led the team in runs, hits, RBIs, doubles, home runs, stolen bases and average. Epitome of a team leader.