Prep Softball: All-City Player Capsules

Oklahoman Published: June 3, 2009
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uld have had more than 13 home runs and 39 RBIs but was intentionally walked 27 times and walked 36 times overall.

KELBY ROBERSON, Washington
→Class: Senior

→Position: Infielder

→The story: One of the biggest reasons Washington swept state championships in both fastpitch and slowpitch. Had 31 extra-base hits and drove in 45 runs. Will continue career at Oklahoma City University.

DREW WRIGHT, Moore
→Class: Senior

→Position: Infielder

→The story: Scored 61 times and had 11 home runs with a .589 batting average. Improved in every batting statistic possible from last year. Not too bad in the field, either, as Wright won the Gold Glove award for Moore.

TAYLIR ROSS, Westmoore
→Class: Senior

→Position: Outfielder

→The story: One of the top players in the state the last four years and put it together with a senior season that included 38 RBIs, 47 runs scored and a batting average of .608.

TAYLOR BEACH, Bethel
→Class: Junior

→Position: Outfielder

→The story: Returned to slowpitch after not playing her sophomore season. Led the team in RBIs despite missing five games because of injury, and coach Casey Brewer said she was the best clutch hitter on the team.

HOLLY GENZER, Moore
→Class: Senior

→Position: Outfielder

→The story: On any other team, 11 home runs and 55 RBIs would be the best on the team. Coach Robert Wakefield said Genzer worked hard to become one of the best outfielders in the state.

By Robert Przybylo