All-Area softball team
by Brandon Miller
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P: Tori Davis

Sr., 5-9, Cherokee County

Noteworthy: Davis earned a 40 wins on the mound with a 0.47 ERA as the Warriors went to the Class 4A state tournament for the fifth time. The senior hit .379 with seven home runs, 38 runs and 54 RBIs.

P: Lauren Cofield

So., 5-7, Randolph County

Noteworthy: Cofield served as the Tigers¹ ace, allowing only 29 hits in 116 innings. The sophomore had a 1.49 ERA and struck out 49 batters.

P: Kiara Akles

8th, 5-4, Cleburne County

Noteworthy: Akles did it all for the Tigers, earning 13 wins on the mound and also throwing three no-hitters. At the plate, she hit .533 with a .543 on-base percentage with 14 doubles and seven homers.

C: Alisa Norton

So., 5-6, Cleburne County

Noteworthy: Norton showed good speed for a catcher, stealing 24 bases while also hitting .436 on the year. The sophomore hit seven doubles and recorded 29 runs.

INF: Madison Millsaps

Jr., 5-11, Cherokee County

Noteworthy: Millsaps led the Warriors in nearly every offensive category, hitting .513 with a .569 on-base percentage. The junior recorded 79 hits, including 27 doubles and seven home runs, and recorded 54 runs.

INF: Heather Smart

Sr., 5-4, Spring Garden

Noteworthy: Smart led Spring Garden offensively with a .544 batting average. The senior recorded 25 runs, 13 RBIs and also stole 14 bases.

INF: Darbie Rosser

Sr., 5-4, Cherokee County

Noteworthy: Rosser played a big part of Cherokee County¹s run to the Class 4A state tournament, hitting .434 on the year with a .485 on-base percentage. The senior also hit four home runs and recorded 43 runs and 41 RBIs.

INF: Valerie Walkins

So., 5-8, Randolph County

Noteworthy: Walkins led the Tigers with 31 hits, 15 RBIs and a home run while helping Randolph County make the Class 2A regionals. The sophomore hit .470 on the year.

INF: Mollie Heard

So., 5-5, Randolph County

Noteworthy: Heard played a large role helping the Tigers overcome injuries, hitting .422 while moving positions in the infield. The sophomore had five runs and five RBIs.

OF: Madison Sides

Fr., 5-6, Spring Garden

Noteworthy: Sides came on the scene for the Panthers, hitting .467, while also recording 15 RBIs and 12 runs.

OF: Hannah Prestridge

So., 5-6, Randolph County

Noteworthy: Prestridge led the Tigers offensively, batting .529 with 27 hits for the season. The sophomore recorded 11 runs and six RBIs.

UTIL: Taylor Estes

Sr., 5-6, Cleburne County

Noteworthy: Estes recorded 34 hits for the Tigers, hitting .466 with a .505 on-base percentage. The senior had 34 hits, including seven doubles and a home runs, and recorded 27 runs.

DH: Toni Epps

Jr., 5-5, Cleburne County

Noteworthy: Epps hit a solid .407 with five doubles for the Tigers and had a .449 on-base percentage. The junior stole 21 bases and also scored 29 runs.

Honorable mention

Spring Garden -- ‹Jessica Smart; Woodland -- ‹Madison Story; Munford -- ‹Brittany Gaither, Haley Mitchell.
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