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Sports : Gallatin Lady Bulldogs Win 2013 GRC Softball Title, Four Players Named First-Team All-Conference
Posted by Tom on 2013/10/19 16:00:00 (794 reads) News by the same author

The Gallatin Lady Bulldogs, with an 8-1 conference record, won the regular season championship in the 2013 Grand River Conference race, finishing one game ahead of Stanberry, Maysville, and King City, who finished in a three-way tie for second at 7-2.


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The Polo Lady Panthers finished in fifth place with a record of 6-3, followed by 4-5 Worth County, 3-6 South Harrison, 2-7 Princeton, 1-8 Braymer, and 0-9 Albany. In postseason play, Gallatin was bumped out early, facing rival Hamilton and losing 5-4 in last week's Class 2, District 15 semifinals. Maysville is the only GRC team still playing in October, advancing to the Class 1 state quarterfinals, and a home date with Jefferson on Saturday, after an 8-4 win on Wednesday night over Polo. Both Princeton and Polo had their seasons end in the first-round of the Class 1 state playoffs.

Here are the 1st Team and 2nd Team All-GRC selections for 2013. First-team unanimous selections will be highlighted in bold:

1st Team All-Conference
Jordan Breckenridge, King City, SR
Sami Hill, King City, JR
Kristin Strong, Maysville, SO
Riley Bremer, Stanberry, SR
Madesen Gage, Stanberry, SO
Sidney Copeland, Polo, JR

Sara Lin, Gallatin, JR
Morgan Horvatin, Gallatin, SR
Kaitlyn McNeely, Gallatin, SR
Lexi Herbert, King City, SR
Katie Applegarth, Maysville, SR
Cati Boruch, Polo, JR
Aubrey Nelson, Gallatin, JR
Morgan Miller, King City, SR

2nd Team All-Conference
Kristen Andrews, Worth County, SR
Brooke Jones, Polo, JR
Chelsie Jones, Princeton, JR
Kaylee Smith, South Harrison, SR
Danielle McQuinn, Stanberry, SR
Kaleigh Wilmes, Stanberry, SR
Jackie Haley, Maysville, JR
Rachel Boucher, Maysville, SO
Brittany Walters, King City, FR
Kirbie Crouse, Gallatin, SR

Honorable Mention All-Conference
Mallory Hughson, Braymer, SO
Hannah Wood, King City, JR
Shaylynn Craig, Stanberry, SR
Kelsey Jennings, South Harrison, SR
Kianna Kinnison, Princeton, JR
Adriana Segar, Polo, JR
Adrian Fletchall, Worth County, SO

Here are the final standings for the 2013 Grand River Conference softball teams

Conference Overall
Gallatin 8-1 18-3
Stanberry 7-2 17-6
Maysville 7-2 15-6
King City 7-2 14-6
Polo 6-3 17-7
Worth County 4-5 8-13
South Harrison 3-6 6-16
Princeton 2-7 13-8
Braymer 1-8 7-13
Albany 0-9 1-15

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