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Maplesville’s Little makes All-State honorable mention

Published 9:28pm Thursday, June 21, 2012

Maplesville senior shortstop Morgan Little was among the players honored by the Alabama Sports Writers Association when it released its annual All-State teams.

Little was named Honorable Mention for the Class 1A team.

Little led the team with a .489 batting average and .624 on-base percentage. She had 67 hits, 30 runs batted in, 22 stolen bases and only eight strike outs in 43 games played.

Class 1A All-State

P: Taylor Thomas, Berry, Sr.

P: Kendra Wilson, South Lamar, Sr.

P: Sommar Wright, Ragland, Sr.

P: Emily Byrd, Pleasant Home, Jr.

C: Reagan Tittle, Lynn, So.

1B: Paige Dill, Parrish, Sr.

2B: Kailey Echols, Ragland, So.

SS: Savannah Smith, Marion County, Sr.

3B: Trista Duque, Collinsville, Sr.

OF: Jordan Sides, Spring Garden, Sr.

OF: Savanna Jones, Parrish, Jr.

OF: Raven Woods, Pleasant Home, Jr.

UTL: Laken Hancock, South Lamar, Sr.

UTL: Macie Sanders, Kinston, Sr.

DH: Emily Mock, Kinston, Jr.

DH: Peyton Barthel, Decatur Heritage, Fr.

Pitcher of the Year: Sommar Wright, Ragland

Hitter of the Year: Paige Dill, Parrish

Player of the Year: Sommar Wright, Ragland

Coach of the Year: Jonathan Nix, Ragland

Honorable Mention

Pitcher: Tiffany Self, Lynn, So.

Catcher: Christy Cox, Collinsville, Jr.

First base: Laken Bragwell, Belgreen, Fr.; DeAndria Norwood, Sweet Water, Sr.

Second base: Madison Weeks, Kinston, So.; Jessica Smart, Spring Garden, 8th

Shortstop: Morgan Little, Maplesville, Sr.; Heather Smart, Spring Garden, Jr.

Third base: Ellie Pendley, Lynn, Sr.; Bridget Thompson, Belgreen, Sr.

Outfield: Suzie Quarles, Cedar Bluff, Sr.; Lauren Wright, Ragland, Sr.

Utility: Katlin Hammett, Gaylesville, Sr.

Designated hitter: Katie McGinnis, Cedar Bluff, So.

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