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Three members of the PHS Lady Panther softball team were named to the 2021 Clarence Cannon Conference All-Conference Softball team.
Jazline Gottman, a senior pitcher, and Abbey Redd, a junior infielder were named to the first team, while Bella McBride, a sophomore outfielder made the second team.
Macon coach, LeaAnn Hamilin, was named the conference coach of the year for leading the Lady Tigers to the league championship.
Macon’s Brooke Weimer, a junior pitcher, was named the CCC Player of the Year.
As a pitcher, Gottman went 7-5 with a 2.33 earned run average while giving up 34 walks and 49 hits over 78 total innings while striking out 128.
At the plate, she batted .306 with 18 hits, including four doubles and a triple while driving in 14 runs.
Redd lead the team in several offensive categories including batting average (.426), hits (28), triples (three), stolen bases (21) and runs scored (21) while also tying for the team lead in doubles with four.
McBride batted .351 with 20 hits, 16 runs scored and 10 stolen bases.
2021 Clarence Cannon Conference All-Conference Softball Team
Pitchers — Brooke Weimer, Macon, junior; Jazlin Gottman, Palmyra, senior
Catchers — Harper Sontheimer, Centralia, junior; Allie Hayden, Clark County, senior
Outfield — Autumn Hawkins, Centralia, junior; Carly Youngblood, Monroe City, senior; Ally Fox, Clark County, junior
Infield — Lexi Miller, Macon, senior; Mackenzie Moss, Monroe City, senior; Emma Harshberger, Highland, sophomore; Abbey Redd, Palmyra, junior
Utility — Audri Youngblood, Monroe City, freshmen
CCC Coach of the Year — LeeAnn Hamlin, Macon
CCC Player of the Year — Brooke Weimer, Macon, junior
Pitchers — Kailynn Fuemmeier, Monroe City, junior; Payton Miller, Highland, junior
Catchers — Kayedence Almond, Brookfield, senior; Haleigh Winter, Highland, freshman
Outfield — Brooklyn Anderson, Macon, junior; Bella McBride, Palmyra, sophomore; Miranda Patterson, South Shelby
Infield — Jozelynn Bostick, Centralia, junior; Olivia Miller, Clark County, junior; Greenlee McCollum, Brookfield, freshman; Jacie Johnson, Monroe City, sophomore
Utility — Jacee Johnson, Macon, senior
Pitchers — Alexis Ellison, Clark County, senior; Kaelyn Walters, Centralia, sophomore
Catchers — Emilee Barr, South Shelby, senior
Outfield — Mikayla Dreyer, Highland, junior; Lucy Pratt, Monroe City, sophomore;
Infield — Kamryn Mitchell, South Shelby, sophomore; Reese Adair, Macon, junior
Utility — Ashlyn Ebeling, Clark County, junior
2021 CCC Final Standings
Macon 6-1 17-9
Centralia 5-2 13-12
Monroe City 5-2 11-8
Palmyra 5-2 12-7
Brookfield 3-4 6-17
Clark Co. 3-4 12-15
Highland 1-6 11-15
S. Shelby 1-6 10-16