Tatianna Trotter

Tatianna Trotter

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Tatianna Trotter, Monterey JR

  • On a team oozing with talent, Trotter carved an unquestionable role as the emotional touchstone and offensive firestarter from Day 1. She slashed .369/.488./.806 with 23 extra-base hits (11 doubles, 2 triples, 10 home runs) while staying patient enough to draw 24 walks. She also scored 31 runs and drove home 39.

PITCHER OF THE YEAR

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Boles

Erin Boles, Frenship JR

  • A major factor in the Tigers’ continuing success, she pitched in 23 games and notched a 15-6 record with 96 strikeouts and a slender 1.88 ERA and 1.313 WHIP. When she wasn’t dominating in the circle, she was hitting .487 with 5 doubles, 5 home runs and 30 RBIs.

NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR

Anays Perez, Monterey FR

  • The personable freshman claimed an immediate spot as an ace on the rise by rolling up a 19-6 mark in the circle with 149 strikeouts and a 2.76 ERA in 159.2 innings.

COACH OF THE YEAR

Brian Cronk, Monterey

  • Steered the bus for the best season in Lady Plainsmen history, which included a 28-7-2 record, the program’s first-ever district championship and first postseason foray past the area round -- a memorable thrill ride that rolled all the way to the Class 5A regional semifinals.

FIRST TEAM

P/UTIL Riley Flores, Coronado JR

  • She gave the Lady Mustangs a chance to win every time she took the circle with an 18-5 record that featured 133 strikeouts over 124.2 innings of work. At the plate, she was a menace to her counterparts with a .543/.636/1.427 slash line and a whopping 63 runs scored.

Ashlyn Lott

Ashlyn Lott

P/UTIL Ashlyn Lott, Lubbock Christian SR

  • Played a major dual role for the district champion and state semifinalist Lady Eagles with a 5-1 ledger in the circle while hitting at a dominant .571 clip with 24 runs scored and 15 stolen bases.

C Taylen Thurman, Coronado JR

  • She supplied the Lady Mustangs with an anchor behind the plate and was one of the most productive hitters in the city, batting .456 with a thunderous 1.265 slugging percentage, buoyed by 14 doubles and 4 home runs – all of which contributed to a team-best 39 RBIs.

1B Brooke Hooten, Lubbock Christian JR

  • Three-sport standout was a major thumper in the middle of the Lady Eagles’ batting order with a .561/.581/.902 slash line, 23 RBIs and 25 runs scored.

IF Makayla Garcia, Frenship SO

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Sandoval 

  • Blossomed as a primary sparkplug in the Tiger batting order by slashing .465/.481/.900 with 8 doubles, 2 triples and a pair of homers. She also led Frenship with 37 runs, 37 RBIs and 21 steals.

IF Makenna Sandoval JR

  • Emerged as a major cog in a versatile Lady Plainsmen offense with a .430/.539/.667 slash performance with 24 walks and also generated 39 runs scored and 29 RBIs.

IF Alexis Lusk, Monterey SO

  • Huge part to the Lady Plainsmen attack as a sophomore with 14 doubles, 6 triples, 9 home runs 37 RBIs and 36 runs to fortify a slash line of .420/.476/.893.

IF Kate Fortner, Trinity Christian JR

  • Swung her bat at a massive .638 clip in the Lions’ abbreviated season, bolstered by 37 hits. She also scored 37 times and chased home 16 runs.

OF Sydnee Bowlin, Frenship JR

  • Led the Tigers with a .495 batting average, buoyed by 7 doubles and 4 triples. Drove home 20 runs and scored 34, with a strong presence on the base paths with 17 steals.

Janea Compean

Janea Compean

OF Malloree Smith, Lubbock-Cooper JR

  • Continued to be one of the steadiest hitters in the city with a .458/.512/.917 slash lone, 8 doubles, 2 triples, 7 home runs, 17 runs scored and 35 RBIs.

OF Jenea Compean, Coronado SR

  • Persistent producer in the middle of the Lady Mustangs’ lineup, she finished her career with a big season by slashing .362/.398/.989 with 12 doubles, 4 homers, 27 runs and 34 RBIs.

DH Savannah Castilleja, Monterey JR

  • Was a major producer at times from the middle of the Lady Plainsmen lineup with 6 doubles, 2 triples and 5 home runs, which led to 22 runs scored and 25 RBIs.

SECOND TEAM

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Flores

P/UTIL Mara Dendy, Lubbock Christian JR

  • Quiet but steady leader at the top of the batting order for the Lady Eagles with a 484/.630/.839 slash line, 24 runs and 13 RBIs. She was also stout in the circle with a 4-1 mark and 3.33 ERA.

P/UTIL K’lee Flores, Lubbock High SR

  • Gave the Lady Westerners a grinder in the circle with 130.2 innings of work that included 174 strikeouts to only 44 walks. In the batter’s box, she swung at a .316 clip with 8 doubles, 5 home runs, 18 runs and 25 RBIs.

P/UTIL Jayce Gutierrez, Estacado JR

  • She was the primary pitcher for a young Lady Matador team and an offensive bright spot with a .354/.440/.462 slash line, 11 RBIs and 14 runs.

C McKenna Emert, Lubbock-Cooper SR

McKenna Emert

McKenna Emert

  • Steady presence for the Lady Pirates behind the plate while producing a .351/.393/.597 slash line with 8 doubles, 3 home runs and 20 runs scored.

C Hailey Montemayor, Monterey JR

  • Unsung contributor on a team of offensive standouts, she was supplied a .354/.470/.481 slash line with 8 doubles and 19 runs scored to buoy the bottom of the batting order and was also rock-solid behind the plate.

1B Destanie Salinas, Coronado SO

  • Dominant force in the batter’s box with a .488/.540/1.249 slash performance featuring 10 doubles, 3 home runs and 35 runs scored.

IF Harley Garcia, Coronado JR

  • Added another layer of offense for the Lady Mustangs with 10 doubles, 4 homers, 39 runs scored and 30 RBIs while slashing .336/.380/.911.

IF Charli Anger, Lubbock-Cooper SO

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O'Brien 

  • For an offense that gave the Pirates a chance to compete, she was a force with 74 hits sparking a .432/.512/.622 slash line with 14 doubles, 27 runs scored and 12 RBIs.

OF Clara Dendy, Lubbock Christian SR

  • Led the Lady Eagles’ offense with a .513/.635/1.179 slash line with 10 stolen bases, 27 RBIs and 31 runs in a shortened season.

OF Jill Franco, Frenship SO

  • Gave the Tigers a power punch at times with 7 home runs as part of a .329/.395/.757 slash line and drove in 26 runs.

OF Rylee O’Brien, Monterey FR

  • Made an immediate splash at the varsity level by producing 10 doubles and 6 triples among her 35 hits. She drove in 18 runs and scored 25 times.

HONORABLE MENTION

Estacado -- Leila Hernandez SO

Frenship -- Maya Mongelli SR; Maddie Stewart JR; AB Prestridge JR

Lubbock-Cooper -- Zariah Villareal SR

Lubbock Christian -- Mae McKown JR; Katy Bullard SR

Lubbock High -- Angel Boyd FR

Monterey -- Hollyn Joachim JR; Ansley Aguilar JR

Trinity Christian -- Alabama Lecker SO; Ava Peters SR; Maggi Underwood SO; Courtney Pirkl SR