Following another successful year of fast pitch softball across the area, the time has come to reveal the 2018-19 All-Ardmoreite softball team.

Following another successful year of fast pitch softball across the area, the time has come to reveal the 2018-19 All-Ardmoreite softball team.

Several area schools are represented on the team, with a total of 18 players being listed.

Representing the state semifinalist Lone Grove Lady Horns will be Maci McMurtrey, Shelby Stevenson and Emmy Guthrie.

McMurtrey was an All-State selection this season at second base, and finished with a .431 average to go with a .488 on base percentage. She also totaled 17 RBI, six doubles, five triples, and scored 39 runs this season.

Stevenson was also an All-State selection this season at first base.

She finished with a .379 average along with a .479 on base percentage to go with nine home runs and 37 RBI for the season.

Guthrie finished the season with a 1.46 ERA on the mound, going 18-4 for the year. 

She totaled 207 strikeouts for the season with 40 walks, allowing just 30 earned runs all season. At the plate she had a .315 average along with a .427 on base percentage and 23 RBI. 

Representing the Ardmore Lady Tigers will be Lauren Blankenship, Avery Lowe and Shakira Smith. 

Blankenship finished this season hitting .484 and was walked 18 times, with 13 of those being intentional.

Lowe hit .515 at the plate with six home runs, while Smith finished with a .524 average for the season.

Representing the Davis Lady Wolves will be Lauren Son.

Son was a Class 3A All-State selection at the pitcher position this season.

The Dickson Lady Comets will be represented by Shanna McKown and Kadyn Barton.

McKown finished with a 2.1 ERA this season totaling 67 strikeouts, while hitting just eight batters. At the plate she had a .297 average to go with a .378 on base percentage. 

Barton meanwhile finished second on the team with 12 RBI this season while batting .481 at the plate along with a .540 on base percentage and a .701 slugging percentage. 

Madill softball will be represented by Kyann Melton.

Melton this season finished with a .458 batting average along with three doubles and five triples. She also threw out 36 percent of runners this season attempting to steal second at the catcher position.

The Wilson Lady Eagles will be represented by Morgan Nipp.

Nipp this season finished with a .476 batting average while totaling a .571 on base percentage. She also finished with 27 runs scored and 17 RBI. 

Healdton softball will be represented by Kira Pierce.

This season Pierce finished with a .413 average and a .492 on base percentage. She had four home runs as part of her 24 hits for the season along with 18 RBI. 

The Turner Lady Falcons will be represented by Jaleigh Durst.

Durst was an All-State selection at the catcher position this season, where she hit .515 with five home runs and 29 RBI. 

Representing the Marietta Lady Indians will be Kaylie Douglass.

Douglass this season finished with 23 hits and 17 singles. She finished with a .467 average and an on base percentage of .520. She also led the team with 11 RBI this year. 

Ringling softball will be represented by Meghan Roberts and London Lewis. 

Lewis was an All-State selection this season, and led her team with a .500 batting average, along with two home runs and 24 RBI. She also finished with 32 hits for the season. 

Roberts was second on the team with a .403 average and a .478 slugging percentage. She had 16 RBI this season with 27 hits. 

On the mound Roberts went 3-1 with 32 innings pitched. She totaled a 1.50 ERA with 31 strikeouts allowing just seven earned runs all season.

Representing the Sulphur Lady Bulldogs will be Makella Mobly and Macenzie Ruth.

Mobly finished this season with a .486 average along with a .507 on base percentage and a .536 slugging percentage. She also had 67 hits this season with 14 RBI. 

Ruth hit .481 with a .511 on base percentage and a .639 slugging percentage. She had 35 RBI with 64 hits this season. 

Representing the Plainview Lady Indians is Brooklyn Storts.

This season Storts hit .392 at the plate and was apart of the Lady Indians team which made the regional tournament for the first time since 2015.