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11/08/2017

Pitching every inning of every game

Blair also came within one inning of topping Gaithersburg — a team the Blazers had beaten during the regular season — in the regional final, and they will return seven starters next season.491 average including two homers, three triples and 23 RBIs. She also led the Warriors with a .444 with three home runs and 12 RBIs.65 ERA, 256 strikeouts, 12 shutouts, eight no-hitters, four one-hitters and one perfect game.Ellen SmithDamascus, junior, third baseThe best of the Swarmin’ Hornets’ endless supply of hitters, Smith batted .438 average, including .605 average, including four home runs and 28 RBIs.386 with five home runs and 19 RBIs. She led the Trojans with a .365. Estep finished the season with a . She also batted . She had 97 strikeouts for the season and batted .Erin KingBowie, third base, seniorThe rock at the corner for the 4A South Region champion Bulldogs (20-3), King batted .Kathy HolonichSherwood, sophomore, outfieldAn unsung hero for the 4A North Region champs, Holonich was perfect defensively in the outfield.

Pitching every inning of every game, Ward led the Warriors (16-3) to a 4A North Region title, finishing the season with a 0. Katie ObalSherwood, junior, catcherA big key to Dana Ward’s success as a pitcher, Obal was a terror for base runners, where she threw out five of eight on stolen base attempts.00 ERA and 159 strikeouts.Sharde EstepGwynn Park, sophomore, third baseThe repeat All-Examiner pick led the Yellow Jackets (17-1) to their first Prince George’s County title, her game-winning hit giving Gwynn Park a 5-4 win over Bowie in the title game.404 with one home run and seven RBIs, and she’ll carry a 14-game hitting streak into her senior year. Amanda KibbeGaithersburg, junior, second baseA secondteam All-Examiner pick last season, Kibbe forms the second half of what easily could be the area’s best central infield next season. She also led the Swarmin’ Hornets with 27 runs 36W UV Nail Lamp and has a gun of an arm in the middle infield.653 (49-for-75), including four home runs and 42 RBIs. She also led Blair at the plate with a .606 average, 10 home runs and 69 RBIs.466 with five home runs and 24 RBIs.422 average with 19 hits and 19 RBIs.Coach of the YearLouie Hoelman, BlairIn his sixth season, Hoelman guided the Blazers (16-2) to new heights, including 10 straight wins to open the season, the top seed in the 4A West Region playoffs and the program’s first-ever playoff win, a 5-2 triumph over Magruder in the regional quarterfinals.600 OBP, one home run and nine RBIs.Becca JacobsWatkins Mill, senior, pitcherJacobs started every game for the Wolverines (13-5) and kept them in contention all season, finishing with a solid 1.Allison RubinBlair, junior, outfieldSpeedy on offense and defense, Rubin made repeated plays in the field and finished the season with 12 stolen bases. She struck out just once and more than half of her hits went for extra bases. She also batted .

She led the Falcons (16-3) to 11 straight runs during one stretch and to their second 1A South Region final in three years.Michelle LinfordBlair, junior, shortstop/pitcherAs versatile as they come, Linford was the Blazers biggest weapon in the circle, where she posted an 8-1 record with 59 strikeouts.SECOND TEAM» Pitchers: Kim Bartlett, Good Counsel, senior; Rebecca Einstein, Quince Orchard, junior; Susan Miller, Einstein, senior; Hillary Quade, Gwynn Park, sophomore; Kristin Schooler, Flowers, senior; Stephanie Wood, Paint Branch, senior.Kelly FahrnerSeneca Valley, senior, outfield The most talented member of the Screamin’ Eagles unmatched outfield, Fahrer led Seneca Valley with a .Alice HardwickPoolesville, senior, shortstopA team leader in nearly every offensive category, Hardwick batted .First teamKelly RiffleGaithersburg, senior, pitcherRiffle put the Trojans on her back during the playoffs, amassing 27 strikeouts in three games as Gaithersburg won the 4A West Region title.» Outfielders: Jacquie LeMar, Seneca Valley, sophomore; Kelly Morrow, Sherwood, sophomore; Sarah Rumbaugh, Blair, senior; Ashley Williams, Largo, junior. She also scored 27 runs as Damascus fell one run short of a second consecutive 4A West Region title. She struck out just three times.500 with six home runs and 25 RBIs.» Infielders: Sarah Pierce, Blair, senior, first base; Rachel Pozzatti, Sherwood, senior, second base; Jordan Reid, Gwynn Park, sophomore, shortstop; Kelsey Sheehan, Elizabeth Seton, junior, shortstop; Avian Spiller, Springbrook, senior, catcher; Rachel Stream, Poolesville, sophomore, third base. She was also a force at the plate, leading the Rockets (13-4) with a .21 ERA).481 with five home runs and 24 RBIs. She also batted ..

She also hit .418 with two home runs and 25 RBIs.Player of the YearDana Ward, Sherwood, Junior, pitcherIn her first full season in the circle, the left-hander and repeat All-Examiner selection was the most dominating hurler this side of the Potomac.Candace ThompsonRichard Montgomery, senior, pitcherThompson threw 167 strikeouts and allowed just 16 earned runs (1.541 batting average, including one home run and 26 RBIs.420 with five home runs and 19 RBIs.Taylor WyattDamascus, freshman, shortstopA leadoff nightmare for opposing pitchers, Wyatt struck out once all season while batting .Becca KirshnerGaithersburg, sophomore, shortstop One of the top-fielding talents in Montgomery County, Kirshner helped the Trojans to a 4A West Region title at the plate by batting.