2014-15 Gatorade State Softball Players of the Year

2014-15 Gatorade State Softball Players of the Year

Gatorade Player of the Year

2014-15 Gatorade State Softball Players of the Year

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Hailey Lunderman fields a ball at shortstop for Neshoba Central against West Harrison in the MHSAA Class 5-6A slow pitch softball state championship on Saturday, October 25, 2014, at Freedom Ridge Park in Ridgeland. (Photo: CHRIS TODD)

Neshoba Central shortstop Hailey Lunderman named Gatorade Mississippi Player of the Year. (Photo: Chris Todd)

The Gatorade State Softball Players of the Year have been announced for the spring 2014-15 season.

The winners were selected based on athletic production and impact in the 2014-15 season. Each winner also demonstrated high academic achievement and exemplary personal character, including volunteerism, sportsmanship and community leadership. Click each player’s name to view his credentials.

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Alabama – Lacey Sumerlin, Baker (Mobile)
Alaska – Taria Page, East Anchorage
Arizona – Arissa Paulson, Payson
Arkansas – Autumn Humes, Bald Knob
California – Rachel Garcia, Highland (Palmdale)
Colorado – Savannah Heebner, Castle View (Castle Rock)
Connecticut – Caroline Taber, Fitch (Groton)
Delaware – Regan Green, Laurel
D.C. – Alee Burke, Georgetown Visitation Prep
Florida – Jenna Goodrich, American Heritage (Plantation)
Georgia – Kelly Barnhill, Pope (Marietta)
Hawaii – Shearyna Labasan, Maryknoll School (Honolulu)
Idaho – Bradie Fillmore, Eagle
Illinois – Taylor Johnson, Beecher
Indiana – Miranda Elish, Crown Point
Iowa – DoniRae Mayhew, Bettendorf
Kansas – Brittany Finney, Bishop Carroll (Wichita)
Kentucky – Megan Hensley, Ashland Blazer
Louisiana – Kara Gremillion, St. Amant
Maine – Jen Jones, Sanford
Maryland – Nicole Stockinger, Sherwood (Sandy Spring)
Massachusetts – Erin Gallo, Saint Peter-Marian (Worcester)
Michigan – Meghan Beaubien, SMCC (Monroe)
Minnesota – Sydney Smith, Maple Grove
Mississippi – Hailey Lunderman, Neshoba Central (Philadelphia)
Missouri – Brittany Nimmo, Ozark
Montana – Morgan Ray, Frenchtown
Nebraska – Erin Lockhart, Lincoln Southeast
Nevada – Julia Jensen, Reed (Sparks)
New Hampshire – Kaycee Carbone, Alvirne (Hudson)
New Jersey – Kelsey Oh, Mount Saint Dominic Academy (Caldwell)
New Mexico – BreOnna Castaneda, Rio Rancho
New York – Toni Polk, Niagara Falls
North Carolina – Mary Williams, Cape Fear (Fayetteville)
North Dakota – Hannah Stewart, Bishop Ryan (Minot)
Ohio – Tara Trainer, Lebanon
Oklahoma – Jayden Chestnut, Mustang
Oregon – Emily Sorem, Tualatin
Pennsylvania – Maggie Balint, Avon Grove (West Grove)
Rhode Island – Rachel Kantor, North Kingstown
South Carolina – Cayla Drotar, Hartsville
Tennessee – Brooklin Lee, Dickson County (Dickson)
Texas – Samantha Show, East Bernard
Utah – Kaycie Jensen, Springville
Vermont – Baylee Ports, Mount Anthony Union (Bennington)
Virginia – Maddy Morris, Kecoughtan (Hampton)
Washington – Quinn Breidenbach, Enumclaw
West Virginia – Ali Burdette, Buffalo
Wisconsin – Kayla Konwent, Westosha Central (Salem)

**No player of the year for South Dakota and Montana

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