Incline softball | Five Highlanders honored on All-League
Five Incline softball players were honored on the Northern Division III All-League team, led by senior Elise Nelson’s first-team selection.
The awards were decided by the league’s coaches.
Nelson was one of 12 players named to the All-League first team, while Yerington senior Angela Sciarani was voted league MVP and Krystal Smith of White Pine was Coach of the Year.
Incline senior Kortney Solis was voted to the All-League second team, while Sarah Wright, Maddie Findlen and Karyss Thompson received honorable mention recognition.
Nelson was certainly deserving of her first-team honor. She led the Highlanders in most offensive categories, finishing with a .579 batting average, with five doubles, two triples, two home runs and a slugging percentage of .842. She had 18 RBIs and 31 runs scored in 18 games, and stole 18 bases in 20 attempts. A first baseman, shortstop and pitcher, she posted a .991 fielding percentage.
Solis hit .510, Wright .450, Thompson .449 and Findlen .436. Thompson was 12-for-12 in stolen base attempts and Findlen was 11-for-11. Solis also was perfect in seven tries.
Northern Division III All-League
MVP: Angela Sciarani, Sr., Yerington
Coach of the Year: Krystal Smith, White Pine
Alli Huntington, Sr., White Pine
Teal Hussey, Jr., White Pine
Amanda Allred, Sr., White Pine
Brooke Menesini, Sr., Yerington
Emily Irvine, Sr., Yerington
Erika Holland, Fresh., Pershing County
Mikayla Montes, Jr., Pershing County
Brooklyn Quintana, Sr., Battle Mountain
Kylie Sonderman, Soph., Battle Mountain
Elise Nelson, Sr., Incline
Sydney Reamer, Fresh., West Wendover
Kia Papia, Sr., Silver Stage
Debra Kingston, Soph., White Pine
Jane Murdock, Jr., White Pine
Shania Hall, Jr., White Pine
Celine Bethel, Sr., Yerington
Jessy Cochrane, Sr., Yerington
Nadalee Linberg, Sr., Yerington
Bailey Wanner, Soph., Pershing County
Mikayla Renfroe, Fresh., Pershing County
Jade Harkness, Jr., Battle Mountain
Kortney Solis, Sr., Incline
Marisol Rodriguez, Sr., West Wendover
Shania Staggs, Sr., Silver Stage
Jaden Ernest, Jr., White Pine
McKenna Windaus, Jr., White Pine
Chloe Dane, Jr., Yerington
Bri Ramirez, Soph., Yerington
Riley Jaramillo, Fresh., Pershing County
Esmeralda Velazques, Sr., Pershing County
McKenna Jones, Fresh., Battle Mountain
Kaleah Tougenson, Sr., Battle Mountain
Sarah Wright, Sr., Incline
Karyss Thompson, Fresh., Incline
Maddie Findlen, Sr., Incline
Ryann Gentry, Jr., West Wendover
Tanya Esparza, Sr., West Wendover
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