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Offline BasketballNeverStops

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2018 MaxPreps Softball All-Americans
« on: July 04, 2018, 12:36:14 am »
Senior All-Americans
Tylar Vernon, Pangburn (Ark.), Sr.
In leading Pangburn to 22 wins, Vernon batted .714, had an on-base percentage of .774, slugged 1,785 and had an OPS of 2.506. In 30 games, Vernon had 60 hits, drove in 69, homered 19 times (42 total extra base hits), walked 20 times and did not strikeout. She has signed with Central Arkansas.

Bailey Buffington, Bauxite (Ark.), Sr.
Buffington pitched Bauxite to the state 4A title when she went 29-0 with a 0.95 ERA. She had 211 strikeouts in 169 innings and batted over .400. She has signed with Crowder.

Junior All-Americans
2018 MaxPreps National Junior Player of the Year Joley Mitchell, Rose Bud (Ark.)
Mitchell, who is a Missouri commit, put up monster numbers in leading Rose Bud to a 31-2 season: 71 RBI, 24 homers, 82 runs and a .659 batting average. She walked 36 times and had a .766 on base percentage to go with a 1.658 slugging mark and an on base plus slugging percentage of 2.425. More than half of Mitchel's base hits went for extra bases. She also stole 33 bases and committed just two errors. Mitchel scored or drove in a run in each of her team's games and in 19 games had two or more base hits. Rose Bud finished runner-up in the state 3A tournament.

 Jenna Wildeman, Bentonville (Ark.)
Wildeman, who played errorless ball, batted .582, scored 52 runs, drove in 31 and stole 45 bases for the state large school champions (31-3). She has committed to Central Arkansas.

Kenley Hawk, Palestine-Wheatley (Palestine, Ark.), Jr.
Another strikeout artist (341 in 129 innings), Hawk went 19-5 on the season and batted .543 with 25 extra base hits (10 homers) and 43 RBIs. Her ERA was 0.38 and she pitched eight no-hitters. She has committed to Mississippi State.

Sophomore All-Americans
Meagan Allen, East Poinsett County (Lepanto, Ark.)
Allen recorded 24 wins, recorded 354 strikeouts and posted a 1.54 ERA. She also batted .454 with 37 RBIs as the Warriors had a long postseason run.

Hallie Wacaser, Bentonville West (Centerton, Ark.)
Wacaser batted .485 with 10 home runs and 42 RBIs, leading the Wolverines (25-7) to the Class 7A state championship game. Wacaser added 13 doubles, 14 steals and scored 46 runs while compiling a .548 on-base percentage and a .970 slugging percentage. In the circle, she posted a 3-0 record with a 3.36 ERA. She has committed to Florida State.

Gabbi Scott, Gravette (Ark.)
Scott led the Lions to the Class 4A state semifinals with big numbers. including a .598 average, 56 hits, 59 runs scored and 26 RBIs. She had 50 stolen bases, including five bases in a state quarterfinals win.

Jadyn Hart, Paris (Ark.)
Hart batted .598 with 50 runs, 64 hits, 55 RBIs, 33 extra base hits (12 homers) and 26 steals as Paris played long into the postseason. She also struck out 232 in 102 innings and posted a 1.16 ERA.

Congrats to all of these ladies on a monumental milestone.
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Re: 2018 MaxPreps Softball All-Americans
« Reply #1 on: July 11, 2018, 10:20:32 pm »
Just to clarify something:  Hart was on the freshman team.


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