Softball 2014 players to watch

Mount Hebron pitcher Evvie Buehlman

Evvie Buehlman

Mount Hebron, pitcher/outfield, sophomore


The versatile player is coming off a stellar freshman season in which she batted .584 with 17 doubles, two triples and two home runs. Buehlman also went 8-3 with a 1.12 ERA with 89 strikeouts in 75 innings.

Jordan Cargile


Eastern Tech, pitcher, senior

Last season's All-Metro Player of the Year was a force both on the pitching rubber and offensively. She finished 21-1 with 0.74 ERA and also batted .507 with five home runs, four triples, three doubles and 34 RBIs. She will play softball at Delaware.

Ali Caulkins

Archbishop Spalding, pitcher, junior

Caulkins continued last season to be one of the area's most dominant players. She batted .433 with 21 RBIs, 14 runs scored and 11 doubles, and also was solid on the mound, striking out 82 batters and walking just 14 in 77 innings.

LeAnne Collins

Hereford, pitcher/first base, senior

Collins was an All-Metro second-team pick last season after striking out 137 batters in 111 innings. She also batted .600 and had 18 stolen bases and 13 RBIs in the leadoff spot. She will play at Salisbury next year.


Gabby Henson

Broadneck, catcher, senior

The Bruins' lone senior batted .407 with 22 RBIs and five doubles last season and led Anne Arundel County with four home runs. On defense, she allowed just one stolen base all season and committed only one error. She has signed to play with Division II powerhouse Lock Haven next year.

Kinsey Johnson

River Hill, third base, junior

Johnson had a breakout season helping the Hawks to the Class 3A East title. She batted .488 with 22 runs and 16 RBIs and was stellar defensively.


Hannah Lewis

Perry Hall, outfield, sophomore

The center fielder was an All-Baltimore County first-team pick after going through last season without an error. She also batted .509 with 33 runs and 11 RBIs, leading the Gators.

Emma Mires

Mount de Sales, outfield, senior

The left fielder is a four-year starter and led the Sailors to the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference title last season. She batted .365 with a .560 on base percentage and sets the table for the rest of the lineup.


Ali Moos

Glen Burnie, pitcher, junior

Moos led Glen Burnie to the Class 4A state title game by going 12-5 with 1.34 ERA, 98 strikeouts and 43 walks. She also batted .343 with four doubles, four triples and 15 RBIs.

Brooke Steinbach

Northeast, pitcher, senior

Steinbach led Northeast to the Anne Arundel County title by pitching 16 complete games and going 16-1 with a 2.84 ERA and 115 strikeouts last season. She also batted .382 with one home run, two doubles, one triple and 14 RBIs.


Other notables

Maddie Bennett, Mount Hebron

Alli Bluhm, Mount Hebron

Kasey Bost, Liberty

Breanna Casper, Eastern Tech

Hannah Cimerola, Mount de Sales


Amber Cosgrove, Seton Keough

Coral Dittmar, Northeast

Emily Fitzsimmons, Mount de Sales

Rachael Foote, South Carroll

Hannah Goodman, Lansdowne

Kristen Griffith, South Carroll


Kelsey Grace, North County

Alex Herschman, Atholton

Taylor Hoff, South Carroll

Meghan Jacobs, Liberty

Jessica Jurney, Mount de Sales

Keri Klimko, Eastern Tech


Faith Kujawa, Glenelg

Miranda Lobus, Perry Hall

Gracie Logan, Severna Park

Emily Luzetsky, C. Milton Wright

Kelly Lynch, Seton Keough

Sydney McCain, North County


Grayson Metzger, Severna Park

Allie Meyers, Eastern Tech

Ashley Prince, Northeast

Erin Russell, Mercy

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