FIRST TEAM

Emily Allen

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Centennial, senior, catcher

•Allen batted .623 with a .644 on-base percentage and a 1.264 slugging percentage for the Eagles

•She averaged more than two hits per game and of her 33 hits, 21 went for extra bases

•Finished with 13 doubles, three triples and five home runs, with 42 RBIs

•Allen hit .742 with runners in scoring position and is Howard County's Player of the Year

Evvie Buehlman

Mount Hebron, senior, utility

•Buehlman batted .570 with a .600 on-base percentage as a leadoff hitter for the Vikings

•She had nine doubles, 12 walks and eight stolen bases with 36 runs scored, going 10-for-14 during playoffs

•Compiled an 11-2 pitching mark against Howard teams and finished with 133 strikeouts in just 88 innings

•A three-time All-Metro first-team pick, she finished with 159 career hits, just seven short of the state record

Erin Collins

Hereford, junior, shortstop

•Collins batted .589 with a .623 on-base percentage and a 1.125 slugging percentage for the Bulls

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•She finished with 11 doubles, five triples and three homers, including a grand slam

•Scored 20 runs and drove in 26 runs, striking out just three times, and finished with a .960 fielding percentage

•Collins also pitched, finishing with a 1.377 ERA and 127 strikeouts in 81 innings

Hannah Eslick

Glen Burnie, junior, shortstop

•Eslick batted .571 and was constantly on base with an amazing 21 walks for the Gophers

•She had nine doubles, three triples and seven home runs

•Compiled a .980 fielding percentage in her third year as a team captain

•Eslick is a repeat first-team All-Metro performer and is a three-time all-Anne Arundel County selection

Morghan Fulton

C. Milton Wright, senior, pitcher

•Fulton pitched the No. 5 Mustangs to a region title and wins over each of the top three teams in the final Sun poll

•She finished with a 16-6 record and a 1.13 ERA, walking just 16, and led the team with 72 assists

•Finished with a team-best three home runs to go with seven doubles and had 20 RBIs

•Fulton finishes as the winningest pitcher in school history with 62 career wins and with the most assists (214)

Hannah Lewis

Perry Hall, senior, outfield

•Lewis batted .563 with five doubles, three triples, ane one home run for the Gators

•She scored 21 runs and drove in 17, never striking out in 48 at-bats

•A captain and four-year starter whom coach Brian Radcliffe called the best player he has coached in his 21 years

•The three-time All-Metro first-team selection made two errors in four years and will continue her career at Wagner

Allison Meyers

Eastern Tech, senior, first base

•Batted .454 with a .544 on-base percentage and an .844 slugging percentage for the Mavericks

•She had 29 hits, six home runs, 23 runs scored and 35 RBIs

•Carried a .993 fielding percentage with 133 putouts, making only one error during her career

•Recovered from a serious injury as a junior to help Eastern Tech to a region title and No. 2 ranking

Katie Seidl

Archbishop Spalding, senior, pitcher

•Seidl pitched and hit the Cavaliers to the IAAM A Conference title and the final No. 1 ranking in the metro area

•She went 16-3 with a 1.86 ERA and 111 strikeouts in 109 innings, allowing just 78 hits

•Batted .528 with a .694 slugging percentage, finishing with six doubles, two homers, 27 runs scored and 45 RBIs

•Anne Arundel County Player of the Year

Haley Simonds

Severna Park, senior, pitcher

•Simonds batted .532 with a .577 on-base percentage and a 1.145 slugging percentage for the Falcons

•She finished with eight doubles and 10 home runs, scoring 14 runs and driving in 38

•Went 15-4 with a 2.76 ERA, striking out 147 in 111 2/3 innings, pitching to a 1.155 WHIP

•Simonds is a repeat first-team All-Metro performer who had 51 wins and 24 homers in her career

Ally Thompson

Broadneck, junior, pitcher

•Thompson batted .426 with a .590 slugging percentage for the Bruins

•Finished with seven doubles and 14 RBIs while making no errors and pitching two no-hitters

•In 112 innings pitched, she struck out 149 with a 2.00 ERA and a 1.13 WHIP

•Repeat first-team All-Metro performer and a team captain

Lexi Trail

Liberty, junior, pitcher

•Trail pitched to a 0.78 ERA for the Lions, the best mark in Carroll County for the third consecutive season

She went 15-4, holding opponents to a .150 average, striking out 152 and walking 16 in 126 innings

•Batted .224 with six RBIs, two doubles and one triple and had a 1.000 fielding percentage with 21 assists

•Repeat first-team All-Metro performer and a three-time All-Carroll County first-team choice

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