November 7, 2013
Four Lady Tigers Earn All-Region Softball Honors
Bethany Rader, Randi Slaughter were named to the All-Region 1st Team, while Miranda Holland and Olivia Harris earned second team honors.
The post season awards continue to roll in for the Scotland County softball program as a number of players earned all-regional honors.
The Missouri State High School Fastpitch Softball Coaches Association (MSHSFSCA) recognized the top players from the teams that make up the Class 1 districts 9, 10, 11 and 12 in north Missouri
SCR-I had two players earn first team honors. Shortstop Randi Slaughter and pitcher Bethany Rader received the top honors.
They were joined by infielders Maddison McCabe (9) of Knox County; Hayley Kendrick (11) of Salisbury; Charleece Schoonhoven (12) of Salisbury; Allison Keen (9) of Cairo; and Cheyanne Kitchen (11) of Westran; outfielders Emily Binder (10) of Salisbury; Annika McAtee (12) of Cairo; Paige Couch (11) of Knox County; and Kelsey Link (12) of Westran; Pitchers Alyson Fuemmeler (12) of Glasgow; Mackenzie Hombs (11) of Westran; and Lauren Dale (11) of Knox County; Catchers Sarah Dooley (12) of Knox County; and Peyton Davis (12) of Glasgow and Utility Player Mallory Hughson of (Braymer).
A pair of Tigers earned second team all-regional honors. Outfielder Miranda Holland, a sophomore was honored by the coaches along with catcher Olivia Harris, who received an at large nomination as the second team utility player.
The rest of the second team all-region squad included Infielders Emma McKinstry (10) of Canton; Maritza Chavez (11) of Southwest Livingston County; Lindsey Hubble (9) of Knox County; Nikki Fuemmeler (12) of Glasgow; Brooke Summerville (11) of Salisbury; and Haylie Hombs (12) of Westran; Outfielders Shanna Elder (11) of Knox County; Allison Minor (12) of Westran; and Halee Neal (11) of Meadville; Pitchers Lydia Henke (9) of Salisbury; Alexa Acton (12) of Brashear; and Sydnie Shirley (11) of Southwest Livingston County; Catchers Meredith Thomas (12) of Brashear; and Mallory Gardner (12) of Northwestern.