Little All-City softball first team

By Robert Przybylo Modified: November 25, 2010 at 10:41 pm •  Published: November 25, 2010
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Leslie Miller, Blanchard

Class: Junior

Position: Pitcher

Remains one of the most versatile talents in the state. Miller hit .473 with 31 RBIs and was also a star pitcher for the Lions. She was 15-4 with 178 strikeouts in 115 innings.


Bryana Wade, St. Mary

Class: Junior

Position: Catcher

One of the key cogs in the Rockets earning their first state championship. Wade had another great season with nine home runs and 41 runs scored, and she came up big at the state tournament.

Liz Broyles, Blanchard

Class: Junior

Position: Infielder

Eye-popping numbers all across the board as Broyles has emerged as one of the best hitters in the state. She hit .604 with 32 doubles and also scored 54 times.

Bailey Goldsby, Purcell

Class: Senior

Position: Infielder

The Dragons were ranked No. 1 for the entire season, and Goldsby was a big reason why. Goldsby drove in 41 runs and had 14 doubles while hitting .473.

Nicole Workman, Tuttle

Class: Senior

Position: Infielder

Two shoulder surgeries haven't deterred Workman from a great career. To go with her 29 RBIs and .400 batting average, Workman was 12-5 on the mound against some of the best the state has to offer.



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