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Roney names MVP of NTC

BEECHER CITY— Calla Roney from WSS was named the National Trail Conference softball MVP when the NTC All-Conference team was announced Monday night. Fellow teammate Megan Schlechte was also selected for the  first team.

WSS ended its NTC season with a 7-0 record.

Other area softball players that made the first team were Jessica Atwell and Elizabeth Titus from Neoga.

Area players that received honorable mentions were Taylor Lee and Andrea Estay from Neoga, and Taylor Rentfro, Carson Cole, Mackenzi Tabbert and Madison Everett from WSS.

Roney has made the first team for three straight years, while Tabbert was first team the last two years, while Cole was honorable mention two years ago and first team last year. 

Schlechte and Titus were both on first team last year.

Martinsville loses

NOKOMIS—The Nokomis softball team ended Martinsville’s season with an 11-0 win over the Lady Bluestreaks on Thursday in the Nokomis Class 1A regional semifinals.

Alaina Morgan took the loss allowing 14 hits and 11 runs, eight earned while striking out six batters in the six inning game.

Audria Truelove and Alex Coleman each got a hit for the Lady Bluestreaks.

Martinsville ends the season with an 11-13 record.


WSS ends season

WINDSOR— WSS baseball ended its season with a 2-1 loss against Altamont on Thursday in the Class 1A Regional Semifinal.

For the Hatchets, Isaac Kramer hit a home run.

Altamont will continue to the Class 1A regional finals on Saturday against the number one seed, Effingham St. Anthony, at 11 a.m.

Cumberland ends season

DIETERICH—Cumberland baseball ended its season with a 4-2 loss against Dieterich in the Class 1A regional semifinal on Thursday.

For the Pirates, Bryson Cutts hit a double.

Dieterich will continue to the Class 1A regional finals on Saturday against Neoga at noon.


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