Following a historic season which ended in the state finals, it was no surprise to see the Lone Grove Lady Horns rack up multiple awards on the District 4A-3 All-District awards list.

Following a historic season which ended in the state finals, it was no surprise to see the Lone Grove Lady Horns rack up multiple awards on the District 4A-3 All-District awards list. 

Plainview, Sulphur, and Madill were also represented on the postseason list, but it was the Lady Horns who came away with the bulk of the major awards.

LGHS coach Jimmy Miller was voted as the Coach of the Year, after leading the Lady Horns to a state runner-up finish, and a 30-6 season record, to go with an undefeated district title and a Lake Country Conference tournament title.

The state tournament appearance was the first for the Lady Horns since 2014.

Senior first baseman Sami Skelly was named as the MVP for the district.

Skelly was one of two Lady Horns players this season to break the record for most home runs in a campaign along with Shelby Stevenson.

For the year, Skelly totaled 43 hits to go with 58 RBI and 38 runs scored along with a .512 average.

Skelly’s teammates also earned big awards.

Freshman standout pitcher Emmy Guthrie was named as the Pitcher of the Year, following a season in which she went 25-4 on the mound.

Guthrie finished with a 1.11 ERA while allowing just 71 hits to go with 266 strikeouts in 143 innings pitched.

Taleigh Nail received the Defensive Player of the Year award, after registering a .917 fielding average for the season.

Nail also totaled a .471 batting average with 49 hits and 31 RBI for the year.

Brooklyn Mason was named as a Co-Offensive Player of the Year along with Plainview’s Rylee Keith.

Mason finished with a batting average of .521 to go with 21 RBI. Keith was a strong part of the Lady Indians offense this season, helping PHS reach the Bi-district finals in the playoffs.

Stevenson was named as an All-District selection at designated hitter.

Sulphur was represented by freshman Harley Beesley, who was named as an All-District pitcher, while Kady Lynch was named as an All-District catcher. Macenzie Ruth also represented the Lady Bulldogs as an All-District selection in the outfield, along with teammate Makella Mobly at shortstop.

Sulphur finished the season with a 20-12 overall record and made it to the regional tournament.

Plainview’s Brooklyn Storts was named as an All-District first baseman. 

Bailey Gammill was the lone representative from the Madill Lady Wildcats as she was named as an All-District utility player.