The South Central Ohio League coaches met and voted on all-league performers for tennis, baseball and softball teams.
The unbeaten Clinton-Massie softball team had first team All-SCOL players Caitlyn Robinson, Emilie Fisher, Taylor Florea and Madilyn Newton. Wilmington’s Hunter Toller and East Clinton’s Tori Bailey also earned first team honors.
In league play, Fisher hit .405 for Massie while Robinson hit .553 with 22 runs batted in. Newton had a fielding percentage of .986 while hitting .373. Florea was 11-0 in SCOL games at the time of the voting with 88 strikeouts. She had a .400 batting average.
As of May 6, Bailey was hitting .620 for East Clinton with 35 runs batted in. She had an on-base percentage of .636 while slugging .900.
Toller was a .493 hitter (37 for 75) with 15 doubles and eight runs batted in. She scored seven runs.
Second teamers from the county were Hailey Clayborn of Clinton-Massie, Courtney Smart of Wilmington and Madi Cox of East Clinton.
Clayborn hit .487 for the Lady Falcons. Cox hit .442, as of May 6, with a .457 on-base percentage with a .628 slugging average. She drove in 12 runs. Smart was a pitcher for WHS, hurling 68.2 innings while striking out 43 and walking 14. At the plate, Smart hit .338 (26 for 77) with 10 runs scored, three doubles and 11 RBI.
The all-league baseball first team includes J.P. Cantrell, Noah Greathouse and Max Murray from Clinton-Massie, and Stephen Krause, Chris Wolary, Jordan Ianson and Brady McCune from Wilmington.
At the time of the voting, Krause was hitting .590 (23 for 39) with 20 runs scored, eight doubles, a triple, two homeruns and 18 runs batted in. He was 3-0 as a pitcher with a 1.24 earned run average. In 17 innings, he struck out 21, walked five and gave up five hits.
McCune hit .500 (21 for 42) with 18 runs, three doubles and 13 RBI. As a pitcher, McCune was 2-0 with a 2.33 ERA. In 18 innings, he gave up nine hits and nine walks while striking out 15.
Wolary hit .425 (17 for 40) with 17 runs, four doubles, two triples, four homeruns and 21 RBI.
Ianson hit .400 (14 for 35) with 10 runs, two doubles, a homer and 10 RBI. As a pitcher, Ianson was 3-1 with a 1.93 ERA. In 25.1 innings, he gave up 16 hits and 10 walks while striking out 35.
Murray, through 24 games this season, hit. .382 (26 for 68)with 23 runs scored and 18 runs batted in. He was 2-0 as a pitcher. In 11.1 innings, he gave up six hits and struck out 10 while walking two. Murray did not allow an earned run.
Greathouse was 4-1 as a pitcher in 33.2 innings. He gave up 21 hits with a 1.87 ERA. Greathouse struck out 50 while walking seven.
Cantrell hit .442 (34 for 77) with 24 runs and 26 RBI.
The second team is made up of Brandon Norris and Cameron Conner from East Clinton; Brad Keller and Chad Davis from Wilmington and Aric France, Luke Richardson and Wyatt Jefferson from Clinton-Massie.
France hit .354 (23 for 65) with 14 runs and 17 RBI. As a pitcher, France was 4-1 with a 1.12 ERA. In 31.1 innings, he gave up 19 hits and four walks with 32 strikeouts.
Richardson hit .371 (26 for 70) with 19 runs and 11 runs batted in. Jefferson was 3-0 as a pitcher with a 2.49 ERA. In 25.1 innings, he struck out 42 while giving up 16 hits and 20 walks. As a hitter, Jefferson hit .294 (5 for 17).
Davis hit .387 (12 for 31) with 14 runs, a double, two triples and eight RBI. Keller hit .378 (17 for 45) with 16 runs, five doubles and 11 RBI. As a pitcher, Keller was 3-0 with a 1.78 ERA. In 19.2 innings, he struck out 13 while giving up 13 hits and four bases on balls.
On the SCOL tennis courts, Wilmington’s Matt Keiter was first team all league as was East Clinton’s Paul Luttrell.
Keiter was 8-1 in league matches and was the top first singles players in the SCOL. Luttrell was 4-4 in SCOL matches as a first singles player for East Clinton.
On the second team All-SCOL squad was Wilmington’s Jonathan Fender, Drew Moyer and Brady Henry; and East Clinton’s Luke Meares.
Fender was 6-4 at second singles while Moyer and Henry were 8-2 in SCOL doubles action. Meares was 7-1 at second singles for EC.