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Ashley Barnes
Ashley Barnes First Team

School: Calhoun

Grade: 12, Infield, The speedy Samford University signee batted .596 with six triples and 10 doubles. She also scored 67 runs, knocked in 38 and stole 40 bases.

Kayla Boseman
Kayla Boseman First Team

School: Ooltewah

Grade: 11, Pitcher, The Mississippi State commitment was 15-6 with a 1.63 ERA for a state-tournament team. She also hit .465 with a team-high nine homers.

Canaan Burnett
Canaan Burnett First Team

School: Gordon Lee

Grade: 11, Pitcher, The Georgia Class A pitcher of the year and future Stetson University player was 27-2 with a 0.90 ERA and batted .340 with 29 RBIs for the state champs.

Morgan Crawford
Morgan Crawford First Team

School: Ridgeland

Grade: 12, Utility, The versatile star is headed to Carson-Newman after batting .443 with 11 homers and 37 RBIs to go with 13 pitching wins and a 1.59 ERA.

Kaili Crawley
Kaili Crawley First Team

School: Silverdale Baptist

Grade: 11, Utility, Committed to Tennessee, she easily led the District 5-A champions in average (.735), home runs (11), RBIs (58) and doubles (14) while tying for steals (12).

Jana Johns
Jana Johns First Team

School: Calhoun

Grade: 12, Infield, Georgia?s Class AAA player of the year is going to South Carolina after hitting .520 with 19 homers, 15 doubles, 14 stolen bases, 57 runs and 78 RBIs.

Gracey Kruse
Gracey Kruse First Team

School: Gordon Lee

Grade: 11, Outfield, Committed to UTC, she was a force in the lineup, hitting .521 with seven homers, 16 doubles, nine triples, 21 stolen bases, 48 runs and 61 RBIs.

Cheyenne Lindsey
Cheyenne Lindsey First Team

School: Baylor

Grade: 11, Infield, The Florida-bound speedster hit .550 for the DII-AA state champs. She had team highs of 47 runs scored and 26 stolen bases (in 28 attempts).

Lauren Parker
Lauren Parker First Team

School: Dalton

Grade: 10, Outfield, She helped lead the Lady Catamounts to the Georgia Class AAAAAA state quarterfinals by hitting .473 with three home runs and driving in 34 runs.

Brooke Parrott
Brooke Parrott First Team

School: Central

Grade: 12, Pitcher, The Tennessee Tech signee was 28-10 with an ERA of 0.75 for Class AA?s District 6 and Region 3 champions. She had 426 strikeouts in 224 innings.

Aubrey Reed
Aubrey Reed First Team

School: Meigs Co

Grade: 11, Catcher, Committed to Toledo, her .574 average, five triples, 17 doubles, 65 RBIs and 58 runs scored were all team highs for the 41-3 Class A state champions.

Ashley Rogers
Ashley Rogers First Team

School: Meigs Co

Grade: 11, Pitcher, The UT-bound Gatorade state player of the year was 33-3 with an ERA of 0.27, and her 441 strikeouts included a state-tourney record 80.

Haley Sandridge
Haley Sandridge First Team

School: Ridgeland

Grade: 11, Infield, The athletic shortstop led Ridgeland into the Class AAAA quarters with a .510 average, 15 doubles, 27 runs and 19 RBIs with a .950 fielding percentage.

Delaney Smith
Delaney Smith First Team

School: Rhea Co

Grade: 12, Outfield, The Memphis signee?s 34 steals were six more than the rest of her team?s total. She also led in average (.543), doubles (10) and runs (37).

Alexis Trimiar
Alexis Trimiar First Team

School: Soddy-Daisy

Grade: 11, Infield, The Tennessee Tech pledge hit .405 with five homers, three triples, 14 doubles, 48 runs scored and 36 RBIs for the district and region champs.

Faith Alexander
Faith Alexander Second Team

School: Gordon Lee

Grade: 11, Infield,

Ryan Brzozoski
Ryan Brzozoski Second Team

School: Calhoun

Grade: 12, Infield,

Madison Crabtree
Madison Crabtree Second Team

School: Meigs Co

Grade: 12, Infield,

Kiki Evans
Kiki Evans Second Team

School: Trion

Grade: 12, Infield,

Miracle Gorman
Miracle Gorman Second Team

School: East Hamilton

Grade: 11, Outfield,

Emily Harkleroad
Emily Harkleroad Second Team

School: Silverdale Baptist

Grade: 12, Pitcher,

Allie Jones
Allie Jones Second Team

School: Calhoun

Grade: 12, Outfield,

Tiera Lemon
Tiera Lemon Second Team

School: Ooltewah

Grade: 12, Infield,

Molly Middleton
Molly Middleton Second Team

School: Northwest Whitfield

Grade: 9, Infield,

Madi Morris
Madi Morris Second Team

School: Heritage

Grade: 11, Utility,

Haley Smith
Haley Smith Second Team

School: GPS

Grade: 11, Utility,

Cameren Swafford
Cameren Swafford Second Team

School: Soddy-Daisy

Grade: 12, Catcher,

Allison Swinford
Allison Swinford Second Team

School: Dalton

Grade: 12, Pitcher,

Shelby Walters
Shelby Walters Second Team

School: GPS

Grade: 11, Pitcher,

Alyssa Ward
Alyssa Ward Second Team

School: Northwest Whitfield

Grade: 12, Outfield,

Aubrie Bowman
Aubrie Bowman Third Team

School: Polk Co

Grade: 12, Pitcher,

Madison Hollis
Madison Hollis Third Team

School: Chattanooga Christian

Grade: 10, Pitcher,

Hailey Jones
Hailey Jones Third Team

School: Dalton

Grade: 12, Designated Hitter,

Lauren Lee
Lauren Lee Third Team

School: Cleveland

Grade: 12, Utility,

Abby McNamara
Abby McNamara Third Team

School: Baylor

Grade: 10, Infield,

Emilee Meeks
Emilee Meeks Third Team

School: Grundy Co

Grade: 12, Utility,

Skylar Parton
Skylar Parton Third Team

School: Silverdale Baptist

Grade: 12, Outfield,

Sydney Poston
Sydney Poston Third Team

School: Dade Co

Grade: 11, Infield,

Ali Roberts
Ali Roberts Third Team

School: Heritage

Grade: 12, Infield,

Dare Schley
Dare Schley Third Team

School: Ringgold

Grade: 12, Catcher,

Ace Sellers
Ace Sellers Third Team

School: Baylor

Grade: 8, Pitcher,

Karoline Sholl
Karoline Sholl Third Team

School: Ringgold

Grade: 12, Outfield,

Samantha Shrader
Samantha Shrader Third Team

School: Red Bank

Grade: 11, Infield,

Elizabeth Warwick
Elizabeth Warwick Third Team

School: GPS

Grade: 9, Outfield,

Anna Yell
Anna Yell Third Team

School: Whitwell

Grade: 10, Pitcher,

Dana Mull
Dana Mull , Coach

School: Gordon Lee

Coach, As a veteran of 14 years coaching at Gordon Lee, Dana Mull has learned planning ahead is a necessity. She has also learned those plans rarely go as hoped - but when they do, something special is usually the payoff. Such was the case with the Lady Trojans this season. Despite having five new starters.including pitcher Canaan Burnett. a 32-2 season was capped by a Class A public school championship, the program?s seventh state title. "I thought we had the players to do it," Mull said. "I knew we had it in us, but you never know how a team will mesh. As a team this is one of the closest teams we?ve ever had. That goes a long way, especially if you want to win a championship." Of course, that will be the goal again next season as Mull returns all but two players, though two prominent starters will miss the start of the season after undergoing surgery. "We'll move some people around until they get back, and there will be good competition to fill those two open spots, but we should be in the thick of it," said Mull, with next year's plan already in place.