Northeast Bradford sweeps top awards for NTL East softball.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | May 29, 2012 | Photo courtesy The Review


2012 NTL East All-Star Softball SelectionsThe undefeated Northeast Bradford Panthers swept the top NTL East All-Star awards.

Calla Martin was named the Player of the Year, Chelsie Souto the Pitcher of the Year and the Panthers were named the Coaching Staff of the Year.

Martin batted .422 on the season with 31 runs scored and 25-RBI. She also had a team high six home runs.

Souto went 14-0 from the circle with 136 strikeouts and an 1.58 ERA.

The First Team consists of Martin, Souto along with fellow Panthers Kelsey Carlsen, Nicki Emick, Maddy Johnson and MaKaylah Holbert. From Towanda there is Koryn Wickwire, Alaina Wickwire, Michelle Aronson and Emily Gorman; from Wyalusing Laci Holdren, Arielle Kneller, Ally DeVoir and Kasey DeVoir; from Athens Alexa Daddona, Jenn Wells, Christin Dunkling and Jensen Dunkling and from Canton Chelsey Heatley.

Carlsen batted .418 on the season with five home runs, 24-RBI and 25 runs scored while Emick batted .373 with 26-RBI. Johnson had a .418 average on the season with 21 runs scored and Holbert hit .353 with 20 runs scored and three triples.

Koryn Wickwire batted .528 on the season with six triples, four home runs, 35-RBI and 25 runs scored while Alaina Wickwire was 11-6 on the season. From the plate she hit .328 with 16 runs scored and 15-RBI.

Aronson batted .392 with three home runs and 24 runs scored while Groman hit .362 with 24-RBI.

Holdren hit .492 with 30 runs scored and three home runs while Kneller hit .484 with 23 runs and 14-RBI. Ally DeVoir batted .383 with three triples while Kasey DeVoir batted .376 with eight doubles and 23 runs scored.

Daddona batted .302 with 17 runs scored for Athens while Wells had a .397 on base percentage with a .305 average and 17 runs scored as well.

Christin Dunkling hit .426 with three home runs and 16 runs scored while Jensen Dunkling hit .333 with 21 runs scored.

Heatley batted .392 with five home runs and 31 runs scored for the Warriors.

The Second Team consists of Northeast Bradford's Aubri Mosier, Haylie Phillips and Kelsey Goodwin; Wyalusing's Cierra Holland and Emily Faulkner; Towanda's Tori Welliver, Kyle Cazassa and Mackenzie Roof; Athens' Mackenzie Hafer and Katelyn Serfass; Canton's Morgan Palmer and Bridget Tracey and Sayre's Kristyn Tappan.

Mosier hit .427 on the season with 16-RBI while Phillips batted .258 with 16-RBI and 16 runs scored. She was 5-0 as a pitcher with a 2.96 ERA.

Goodwin had a .250 average with five doubles and 11 runs scored.

Holland hit .327 on the season with six doubles while Faulkner went 13-6 from the circle with 119 strikeouts.

Welliver hit .378 on the season with 11 runs scored.

Hafer batted .441 with 12 runs scored while Serfass went .283 with eight runs scored.

Palmer hit .500 with three home runs while Tracey batted .351 with three doubles and 11 runs scored.

For Honorable Mention its Canton's Casssandra McFall, Emily Ambruch and Kellsy Ross; Athens' Kiersten Horton; Wyalusing's Cathryn Pugh and Lauren Chadwick; Sayre's Maria Servedio and Kaitlyn Tappan and Towanda's Dallas Mosier and Laci Manning.