One of the toughest softball districts in Class 4A this season came in the form of district 4A-3.

One of the toughest softball districts in Class 4A this season came in the form of district 4A-3.

Consisting of Byng, Pauls Valley, Lone Grove, Sulphur, Madill, Plainview, and Ada, the competition was always at a high level throughout the season.

Multiple players from several local teams made themselves standout during this season, as they earned a place on the All-District awards list, which was released this week.

Player of the Year honors went to Sulphur’s own Makella Mobly. 

Mobly was a part of a Lady Bulldogs squad which reached the regional finals and tied a school record this season with 31 victories. 

Pitcher of the Year went to Emmy Guthrie from Lone Grove, as well as Offensive Player of the Year which was given to Maci McMurtrey.

All-District pitcher selections were awarded to Sulphur’s Harley Beesley and Blakelyn Barber, as well as Plainview’s Riley Grant.

Kady Lynch gave Sulphur another All-District award as she was selected at the catcher position.

Lone Grove’s Shelby Stevenson was named as an All-District selection at first base, with Plainview’s Lexi Hackney earning the honor at second base. 

Macenzie Ruth of Sulphur earned All-District in the outfield, while teammate Meredith Jones was named as a designated player.

Madill’s Kyann Melton and Plainview’s Taryn Martin were All-District selections at Utility player.

Coach of the Year honors went to Lady Horns skipper Jimmy Miller, whose team is in the state tournament for the second straight season with an overall record of 25-6.