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OHSFSCA All-State softball small school teams

by Jacob Unruh Published: November 5, 2013

Small West


P: Madison Bradshaw, Sterling

C: Shaillie Gills, Binger-Oney

1B: Marissa Goodman, Frontier

2B: Laci Friesen, Okarche

3B: Chloe Clifton, Wayne

SS: MiKeala Bray, Frederick

OF: Kenzie Lobaugh, Hobart; Emily Howard, Frederick; Chania Walker, Hammon

Coach: David Riesen, Pioneer


P: Jenna Martin, Healdton; Brooke Tate, Mooreland

C: Morgan Fletcher, Healdton

Utility: Cordelle Elsener, Frederick; MiKaela Blakemore, Healdton; Elizabeth Leonard, Rush Springs; Alie Payne, Sterling; Mattie Atha, Arnett; Nicole Pendelton, Pioneer


First: Caitlyn Cart, Binger-Oney

Second: Brittany Scott, Cyril

P: Calli Kaiser, Covington-Douglas; Kodie Powell, Arapaho-Butler

C: Ashten Wheeler, Hinton; Lauren Zalowski, Rush Springs

Corner infield: Shelby Duggins, Frederick; Jacklyn Kibbe, Arnett

Middle infield: Mariah Buchanan, Sentinel; Dahlly Goodson, Cyril

OF: Magan Cummingham, Ringling; Jacinda Balderrama, Beaver


Small East


P: Amanda Peterson, Davenport

C: Courtney Stucks, Drumright

1B: Jaelin Flewallen, Dale

2B: Sarah Wauahdooah, Asher

3B: Baylee Evans, Red Oak

SS: Myranda Rowland, Red Oak

OF: Kelsey Chambers, Tushka; Stephanie Barcheers, Panama; Cierra Chapman, Stuart

Coach: Brandy Chavez, Davenport


P: Bryn Houlton, Savanna; Courtney Swift, Barnsdall

C: Jordan Wilson, Savanna

Utility: Amber Bonham, Copan; Lauren Trimmer, Roff; Brandy Gay, Barnsdall; Miranda Griffin, Ketchum; Shelbey Parnacher, Latta; Caitlyn Pitchford, Dale


First: Delaney Ballard, Commerce

Second: Dakota Bottoms, Oklahoma Union

P: Braden Hale, Caney Valley; Kinzey Bryan, New Lima

C: Julianna Summers, Commerce; Joanah Tiger, New Lima

CI: Kelsey Crawford, Quinton; Sierra Weaver, Depew

MI: Haley Davis, Caney Valley; Emalee Copeland, Colcord

OF: Kaitlyn Collins, Wright City; Christian Varnell, Depew

by Jacob Unruh
Jacob Unruh is a graduate of Northeastern State University. He was born in Cherokee and raised near Vera where he attended Caney Valley High School.During his tenure at NSU, Unruh wrote for The Northeastern (NSU's student newspaper), the...
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