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|Underclassmen rule all-parish softball team|
Youth serves the 2008 All-Parish Softball team.
Five of the 13 players are seniors on the squad.
Vidalia High and Monterey both qualified for the playoffs, with each team being eliminated in the opening round of the playoffs.
Pitchers on the all-parish team are senior Brittany Whittington of Vidalia and sophomore Holli Clay of Monterey.
Whittington has been a three-year starter for the Lady Vikings. She started a majority of the Lady Vikings' games this season and helped lead Vidalia to a second place finish in its district.
Clay, who has started on the mound for two straight years for the Lady Wolves, had 66 strikeouts on the season and led the Lady Wolves with a .344 batting average and a slugging percentage of .606. She had a fielding percentage of .968.
The all-parish infield includes Vidalia seniors Chelsie McElwee, the Parish Player of the Year, and Tori Lemoine. Vidalia sophomore Kassi Randall, Monterey sophomore Ariel Hector and Monterey eighth-grader Ellen Bairnsfather round out the infield.
McElwee batted .415 with a .662 slugging percentage.
Randall led the Lady Vikings with a .468 batting average, with a .597 slugging percentage and a team-high 18 runs batted in.
Hector batted .294 with a .972 fielding percentage.
Bairnsfather hit .288 with an .852 fielding percentage at shortstop.
Vidalia senior Mary Katherine Golden is the catcher, while Monterey freshman Taylor Morace is the designated hitter.
Golden hit .322 with a .492 slugging percentage and 12 RBIs.
Morace batted .324 and had a fielding percentage of .923.
The outfield consists of Vidalia junior Chelsea Warren,
Vidalia sophomore Alaina Burns, Monterey senior Madison Simpson and Monterey freshman Logan Dale.
Simpson, playing her first year of softball, batted .304 and had a fielding percentage of .866.
Warren hit .362 with a .466 slugging percentage with 13 RBIs and a team-leading 24 stolen bases.
Dale hit .300 with a .937 fielding percentage.
Vidalia High head coach Jeannie Hall is the Coach of the Year for the second consective season.
Huntington and Ferriday did not field softball teams this past school year.
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