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Sports : North Harrison Places Four On All-HDC Postseason Girls Softball Team
Posted by Tom on 2013/10/17 9:50:00 (494 reads) News by the same author

It was a great 2013 softball season in Eagleville for the North Harrison Lady Shamrocks, who won the HDC Conference's regular season championship, the tournament championship in Bethany, and placed a conference-high four players on the postseason first team list.

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Here is the All-HDC Conference girl's first-team selections for the 2013 softball season. Unanimous selections will be highlighted in bold:

Bailey Perkins, North Harrison, SR
Kelly Warford, Pattonsburg, JR
Hayley Sample, North Mercer, SR
Kari Cruthis, Pattonsburg, SO
Abby Wells, Newtown-Harris, SO

Abbe Gibson, North Harrison, SR
Samantha Rinehart, North Harrison, JR
Haley Craig, North Harrison, SO
Shelbey Dilley, Pattonsburg, JR
Carly Cornett, Pattonsburg, SR
Bailey Owens, North Mercer, FR
Roni Busick, Newtown-Harris, SO
Skylar Hall, Winston, SO

Honorable Mention (Girls):

Keely Waddle, East Harrison, SR
Paula Constable, East Harrison, SR
Becca Johnson, Newtown-Harris, JR
Renae Brice, Winston, SO
Kaytlyn Barnes, Winston, SO
Danielle Bardwell, North Mercer, FR
Mikaela Munday, Grundy R-5, SR
Kylie Littleton, Grundy R-5, JR
Morgan Reed, Gilman City, JR

Coach of the Year (Girls):

Brandon Craig, North Harrison

Girls Final Standings:

North Harrison 8-0
North Mercer 6-2
Winston 6-2
Pattonsburg 6-2
East Harrison 3-5
Newtown-Harris 3-5
Grundy R-5 2-6
Gilman City 2-6
Tri-County 0-8

HDC Tournament Results:
1. North Harrison
2. Pattonsburg
3. North Mercer
4. Winston

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