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All-Conference Teams Announced PDF Print
Written by Mike Kelly   
Thursday, 22 May 2014 08:55

The Northwestern 3A-4A Conference has released its all-conference teams in baseball, softball and soccer.

 

 

 

The Watauga High girls' soccer team led the way with five all-NW3A-4A selections, Abby Carson, Bryne Gould, Sierra Hill, Madi Critcher and Heather Ostwalt. Ally Soldatti was named honorable mention.

 

Carson, Ostwalt and sophomore Kathryn Stevens will represent WHS at the North Carolina Powerade State Games, June 20-22, in Charlotte, N.C.

 

St. Stephens, which won the regular-season championship, and Hickory led the way with nine all-conference selections apiece. Jessie Herfurth of Hickory was named the Player of the Year; Mary Beth Crowe of Hibriten and Olivia Holmes of St. Stephens shared co-Offensive Player of the Year honors; Grayson Cameron of Hickory was named the Defensive Player of the Year; Elliot Bridges of South Caldwell was named Coach of the Year.

 

Jesse Illich was named all-conference in baseball. Illich batted a team best.393 his senior year, and he led the team with 28 runs scored and six doubles. He was also tied for second on the team (with his brother Colby and Justin Greer) with eight stolen bases. He was also second on the team with 16 runs-batted-in.

 

Carson Isaacs was named honorable mention. He batted .374 this year and led the team with 17 RBI.

 

South Caldwell, which won the regular-season championship, led the way with nine all-NW3A-4A selections. Jordan Fulbright of Fred T. Foard was named the Player of the Year; Rian Haire of South Caldwell was named the Pitcher of the Year; Jeff Parham of South Caldwell was named the Coach of the Year.

 

Elizabeth Dollar of the Pioneers was named all-conference in softball; Michala McCune was named honorable mention. South Caldwell, which won the regular-season title, had nine selections. Morgan Smith of Freedom was named the Player of the Year; Madison Bumgarner of South Caldwell was named the Pitcher of the Year; Casey Justice of South Caldwell was named the Coach of the Year.

 

  
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