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2011 Gwinnett Daily Post All-County Softball

2011 Gwinnett Daily Post All-County Softball

Co-Players of the Year: Kallie Case, Sr., SS, Buford and Lexi Overstreet, Sr., 3B, Buford

Case, an Alabama signee, hit .496 with 8 HR and 25 RBIs, and set Buford school records with 9 triples, 51 stolen bases, 62 total hits and 64 runs scored. Overstreet, who is headed to Tennessee, hit .479 with a school-records of 18 HR and 66 RBIs. She also set new school records with a 1.128 slugging percentage and 1.705 OPS. Most importantly, the senior duo saved their best for when the Wolves needed it the most on their way to a fifth straight Class AA state title, with Case .588 with 4 HR, 7 RBIs and 7 SBs and Overstreet adding a .600 average with 5 HRs and 17 RBIs during the six games in Columbus

Co-Coaches of the Year: Nichole Dixon, Wesleyan and Paul Pierce, Collins Hill

Dixon led a very young Wolves squad to a 23-13 record, including a fine postseason run that ended with a Class A state runner-up finish. Pierce, meanwhile, with only three returning starters in his first season as head coach, guided the Eagles to their third straight Class AAAAA state title

Pitcher of the Year: Kayla Floor, Sr., Collins Hill

The Georgia State-bound right-hander fought through nagging leg injuries to lead the Eagles to their third straight state title with a 15-4 record, a 1.11 ERA, 130 strikeouts in 125 innings and four shutouts

First Team

Mandy Blackwell, Jr., C, Brookwood

.423, 5 HR, 48 RBIs, 11 2B, 5 3B, 31 R, 1.116 OPS

Kanani Cabrales, Jr., RHP/1B, Archer

.450, 9 HR, 32 RBis, 8 2B, 25 R, 1.382 OPS; 12-10, 1.97 ERA, 14 K, 131 IP

Landyn Duley, Soph., OF, Wesleyan

.424, 5 HR, 37 RBIs, 49 R, 13 SB, 10 2B, 4 3B, 1.159 OPS, .913 fielding pct.

Chandler Griffin, Sr., SS, Mill Creek

.419, 7 HR, 43 RBIs, 16 2B, 5 3B, 6 SB, 1.190 OPS

Krista Gustafson, Sr., C, GAC

.366, 4 HR, 31 RBIs, 9 2B, 6 3B, 1.061 OPS

Mckenzie Halstead, Sr., 3B, Collins Hill

.356, 4 HR, 38 RBIs, 11 2B, .577 slugging pct.

Brandi Jones, Sr., RHP/OF, Brookwood

.330, 1 HR, 17 RBIs, 5 2B, 23 RB, .390 on-base pct., 21l-5, 1.10 ERA, 152 K, 147 IP, 15 CG, 4 shutouts

Sierra Lawrence, Sr., SS, GAC

.568, 14 HR, 38 RBIs, 11 2B, 7 3B, 67 R, 49 SB, 30 BB, 1.940 OPS

Megan Litumbe, Jr., RF, Brookwood

.388, 8 HR, 40 RBIs, 8 2B, 1.220 OPS, 20 BB, 10 SB, 34 R

Sam Pierennunzi, Jr., OF, Peachtree Ridge

.424, 2 HR, 24 RBIs, 8 2B, 28 SB

Nikki Sagermann, Sr., 3B/RHP, Mill Creek

.511, 11 HR, 56 RBIs, 21 2B, 4 3B, 1.550 OPS, 11-5, 1.96 ERA 94 K, 96 IP

CaraMia Tsirigos, Jr., C, Wesleyan

.460, 6 HR, 30 RBIs, 7 2B, 15 R, 1.363 OPS, 35 BB, .977 fielding pct.

Second Team

Lauren Bennett, Sr., OF, Mill Creek

Tessa Daniels, Fr., LHP/1B, Buford

Jordan Deep, Fr., 2B, Buford

Natalie deLatour, Soph., RHP/1B, GAC

Jessie Kowalewicz, Jr., SS, Providence Christian

Lyndey McCurry, Sr., RHP, Hebron Christian

Jeanie Perrucci, Jr., RHP, Duluth

Anyssa Robles, Sr., C, Mill Creek

Brittany Roley, Sr., CF, Collins Hill

Shelby Smith, Sr., 3B, Grayson

Eryn Stepp, Jr., SS, Parkview

Payton Wilson, Jr., 1B, Collins Hill

Comments

dentonpn 3 years ago

Where is Taylor Denton? Defensive Player of the Year for the Georgia Dugout Club?

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softballwatcher 3 years ago

**Bias, bias, bias......always been Collins Hill and Buford! Recognization never given to the most deserving athletes in the county. Shame on you! There are more athletes in the county besides Collins Hill and Buford.

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Gwinnettsince1991 3 years ago

I am sick and tired of whiney parents talking about bias. I don't have a daughter who plays softball but it was like all the Mill Creek parents who went ballistic because the paper dared to put the picture of the Collins Hill pitcher in the story when Mill Creek won. Then when Collins Hill won the title, not one Mill Creek parent had the class to post a congratulations and display sportsmanship.

Listen, we all know that Buford is a hired band of mercenaries in all sports, but all this talk of bias makes me sick.

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