Four Lady Panthers were named to the 2020 Clarence Cannon Conference All-Conference Softball team.
Abbey Redd made the first team, while Jazlin Gottman and Sophie Hoerr received second team honors and Hailey Kroeger an honorable mention selection.
Redd, a sophomore infielder, batted .400 with four doubles, three triples and 28 runs scored. She also lead the team with 20 stolen bases.
Gottman, a junior pitcher, finished with a 2.66 ERA with 89 strikeouts in 65.2 innings. As an infielder, she hit .408 with six doubles, three triples and 20 RBI.
Hoerr, a senior outfielder, batted .281 with two home runs, two doubles, 18 RBI, 19 runs scored and 12 stolen bases.
Kroeger, a freshman catcher, batted .246 with three home runs, six doubles 18 RBI and 11 runs scored.
Centralia’s Ella Holiman was named CCC Player of the Year, while Macon’s LeeAnn Hamlin was named Coach of the Year after leading the Tigers to an undefeated conference championship.
2020 Clarence Cannon Conference All-Conference Softball Team
Pitchers — Riley Quinn, Monroe City; Brooke Weimer, Macon
Catchers — Bailee Hays, Monroe City; Amber Megee, Highland
Infielders — Lexi Miller, Macon; Ella Holiman, Centralia; Abbey Redd, Palmyra; Ella Daugherity, Brookfield
Outfielders — Carly Youngblood, Monroe City; Kiara Brunk, Clark County; Jaley Hayes Macon
Utility — Jacee Johnsen, Macon
Pitchers — Kaelyn Walters, Centralia; Jazlin Gottman, Palmyra
Catchers — Harper Sontheimer, Centralia; Elly Hamner, Clark County
Infielders — Emily Freidank Monroe City; Emma Harshberger, Highland; Kate Hawkins, Macon; Olivia Miller, Clark County
Outfielders — Autumn Hawkins, Centralia; Ally Fox, Clark County; Sophie Hoerr, Palmyra
Utility — Jozlynn Bostick, Centralia
Pitchers — Alexis Ellison, Clark County; Payton Miller, Highland
Catchers — Kayedence Almond, Brookfield; Hailey Kroeger, Palmyra
Infielders — Adriona White, Monroe City; Mackenzie Moss, Monroe City; Gloria Shannon, Clark County; Emma Dovin, South Shelby
Outfielders — Brianna Neisen, Highland; Miranda Patterson, South Shelby
Utility — Kailynn Fuemmeler, Monroe City
Player of the Year — Ella Holiman, Centralia
Coach of the Year — LeaAnn Hamlin Macon
2021 CCC Final Standings
Monroe City 4-2
Clark County 3-4