Four Wildcats were recently named to the Tri-Rivers All-Conference Softball team. Maquoketa Valley’s Taya Tucker was a first-team honoree. Maddy Anderegg and Brooke Elgin earned second-team distinction. Rylie Aldrich was honorable mention. The complete team follows.
Most Valuable Player — Abby Flanagan, North Linn.
Coach of the Year — Marv Potter, North Linn.
First team: pitchers — Skylar Sadler (Lisbon) and Abby Flanagan (North Linn); catcher — Grace Flanagan (North Linn); first base — Grace Tath (Bellevue Marquette); infield — Kaitlyn Sommerfelt (North Linn), Kylie Volesky (Alburnett), Peyton Robinson (Lisbon) and Leeah Weber (Central City); outfield — Lauren Donlea (East Buchanan), Madison Osborn (Alburnett), Hannah Bridgewater (North Linn) and Tucker (Maquoketa Valley); utility — Jill Smith (North Linn), Alison Boeckmann (Calamus-Wheatland) and Kali Spicer (Springville).
Second team: pitchers — Sam Schrantz (Lisbon) and Sara Reid (Central City); catcher — Reegan Happel (Lisbon); first base — Sydney Franklin (Alburnett); infield — Stacia Hall (Lisbon), Anderegg (Maquoketa Valley), Madison Tritle (Central City) and Allison Tibbott (Edgewood-Colesburg); outfield — Grace Elvert (Calamus-Wheatland), Sydney Cook (Alburnett), Mel Nulle (Springville), Grace Clark (Lisbon) and Kelsey Hansel (Ed-Co); utility — Elgin (Maquoketa Valley), Natalie Gallery (North Linn) and Emma Cook (East Buchanan).
Honorable mention: Alburnett — Madison Graubard; Central City — Lacey Hennick; Calamus-Wheatland — Kaylie Wilhelm; East Buchanan — Olivia Donlea; Ed-Co — Delaney Bergan; Easton Valley — Dana Carlson; Lisbon — McKenna Nelson; Maquoketa Valley — Aldrich; Bellevue Marquette — Sunny North; Midland — Taylor Bahnsen; North Linn — Olivia Rauch; Springville — Libby Moore; Starmont — Haylee Goedken.