Softball: First team

Rebekah Kiser

Broadneck, sr., pitcher

•Batted .462 with seven doubles and 15RBIs. Had a .569 on-base percentage, .596 slugging percentage and scored 16 runs

•Went 11-4 with a 1.84ERA and 67 strikeouts in 871/3 innings; finished with one no-hitter

•Will pitch at Florida International next year

Emily Weiman

Archbishop Spalding, sr., pitcher

•Finished 11-4 with 0.00 ERA with three no-hitters, a perfect game and 170strikeouts in 105innings

Batted a team-high .391 with two home runs, including one in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland AConference championship game against Seton Keough

Will play for North Carolina State

Robi Zimmerman

Seton Keough, jr., pitcher

•The Gators' leading hitter, she batted .476 with three home runs

Helped lead Seton Keough to the conference championship game, finishing the season 11-2 with a 1.42 ERA

•Was named IAAM All-Star for third consecutive year

Gabby Couture

Chesapeake-AA, sr., catcher

•Caught all but seven innings this season and has the responsibility of calling the game

•Batted .453 with 11doubles, a homer and 29 RBIs

•She will attend West Chester, playing golf in the fall

Kaci Frick

Howard, sr., catcher

•Voted Howard County Player of the Year by the coaches, batting .443 (27-for-61) with four doubles and 22 RBIs

•"Defensively I've seen none better anywhere," coach Dave Vezzi said. "Teams just don't run on her. A true team leader."

•Will play softball at Roanoke

Adrienne Gebele

Broadneck, sr., catcher

Batted .440 with six doubles, two home runs, 13 RBIs and 24runs. Her on-base percentage was .577 and slugging percentage was .680

•A three-time All-Metro selection

•Was steadying force behind the plate, called every pitch and was errorless in the field

•Will play at Ohio University next year

Kim Federowicz

Chesapeake-AA, jr., infielder

•Batted .468 with 29runs scored

•Had 15 RBIs, nine doubles, a triple and a home run

•Made one error with 34 putouts for a .971 fielding percentage

•"She continues to be the type of player that no one knows, but when you look in the book, she helped our team either offensively or defensively," coach Don Ellenberger said.

Melanie Gunning

Archbishop Spalding, jr., infielder

•Batted .300 for the AConference champions and had a team-high 10 RBIs and nine walks

Finished with three doubles, one triple and a home run

•Had a crucial RBI single in championship game against Seton Keough

Jessica Lucas

C. Milton Wright, jr., infielder

•Batted .423 with 30hits and 22 RBIs

•Had a .932 fielding percentage at third base

•Scored 16 runs and had an on-base percentage of .468

•"In so many offensive categories, Jessica Lucas was tops on our team," coach Russ Kovach said

Olivia Ravadge

Chesapeake-AA, soph., infielder

Hit ninth in the order and batted .444 with a team-leading four home runs

•Had game-deciding homers against Northeast and twice against Glen Burnie

•Led the team with three triples and was second with 27 RBIs

•Scored 22 runs and made just one error with 34 putouts for a .971 fielding percentage

Kelli Pease

Lansdowne, sr., outfielder

•Started every game in four years on varsity

•Batted .365, with 15singles, five doubles and three triples

•Hit four home runs with 37 RBIs, 43 runs, .676 slugging percentage and 16 stolen bases

•Had Played 127 Innings played with 16 putouts and three assists and committed no errors

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