NTL softball all-stars named.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | June 4, 2014


The NTL coaches picked their softball all-stars and Troy's Faith Ceely is the player of the year for large school, while NEB's Maddy Johnson is the small-school player of the year.

The pitchers of the year are Alaina Wickwire of Towanda for large school and Shanelle Ianson of CV for small-school. CV's coaching staff was the coaching staff of the year.

For large-school the first team included Wellsboro's Brooke Kohler and Sarah Ingerick; Towanda's Koryn Wickwire, Alaina Wickwire and Emily Gorman and Wyalusing's Katie Epler, Ally DeVoir, Kasey DeVoir and Emily Faulkner. Troy's Ceely, Kelsey Bristol, Kayla Stephani, Taylor Johnston and Kerrigan Hoffman are on the first team with Athens' Mackenzie Hafer and Jensen Dunkling.

The second team includes Liberty's Mariah Berguson and Rachel Strange; Wellsboro's Jordan Butters, Paige Carr, Peyton Wilson and Alexa Singer and Towanda's Laciann Mannning and Sam Schoonover. Wyalusing's Erin Canfield, Ciera Holland and Kyleigh Ward are on the second team with Troy's Taylor Murray, Jerilyn Ross and Brooke Mattocks and Athens' Miranda Peterson and Aubrey Allen.

For small school the first team includes CV's Julie Brubaker, Ianson and Courtney Schauer and NEB's Calla Johnson, Maddy Johnson and Angelia Laudermilch. Canton's Maggy Machmer, Kellsy Ross and Makenzie Route are on the first team with Williamson's Sarah Bates and Kendra Colegrove and Sayre's Paige Wampole.

The second team includes NEB's Monica Brown and Annie Williams; CV's Becky Plummer and Jessi Prutsman; Canton's Lacey Castle and Whitney Bailey; Sayre's Kate Cron and Williamson's Sam Herrington.