Jaida Reynen, jr., Green Bay East: The first-team all-Fox River Classic Conference choice recorded 144 strikeouts over 117 innings. She had a 2.03 ERA in FRCC play and a 0.81 ERA in nonconference play. She had a .493 batting average with 23 RBIs and 15 extra-base hits to lead the Red Devils to their first WIAA Division 1 regional title since 2009.
Sara Simonar, sr., Luxemburg-Casco: The Bay Conference player of the year went 20-3 with a 1.24 ERA and 169 strikeouts over 153 innings. The unanimous first-team all-conference choice posted the lowest ERA (0.99) to lead L-C to the Bay title. The right-hander powered the Spartans to the D2 sectional finals and earned second-team all-state honors from the Wisconsin Fastpitch Softball Coaches Association. She also recorded 17 RBIs and three home runs as a batter.
Bailey Smaney, sr., Bay Port: The FRCC co-player of the year had a 0.63 ERA in conference play to lead the Pirates to the conference title and their first D1 state appearance in program history. The UW-Green Bay recruit went 18-2, totaling 152 strikeouts over 146 1/3 innings. She had a .358 batting average with 13 RBIs.
Courtney Ainsworth, sr., Shawano: The first-team all-state choice had a .500 batting average with 26 RBIs and 13 extra-base hits. The UW-La Crosse recruit earned unanimous first-team all-Bay Conference honors.
Jordan Manthei, sr., G.B. Notre Dame: The FRCC co-player of the year had a .494 batting average with 28 RBIs and five home runs. She was third in the FRCC with a .519 batting average. The Asbury (Ky.) University recruit had a .951 fielding percentage with 99 putouts and 38 assists.
Kaylee Francois, sr., G.B. Preble: The second-team all-state choice had a 0.976 fielding percentage and 146 putouts. She hit .463 with 23 RBIs, 39 runs and 19 extra-base hits, including four home runs. Francois earned first-team all-FRCC honors after finishing fifth in the conference with a .479 batting average.
Lindsey Strainis, sr., Ashwaubenon: The FRCC co-player of the year had a .524 batting average with 25 RBIs, 11 doubles, 35 runs and 19 stolen bases. The unanimous first-team all-FRCC choice led the conference in stolen bases (17) and was second in batting average (.532). Strainis, who will play two sports at Marian University, made only two errors this year and set the Jaguars’ all-time career record for assists.
Jennifer Timm, sr., West De Pere: The Niagara (N.Y.) University recruit had a .477 batting average with 32 RBIs, nine home runs, seven doubles and 24 runs scored. She earned unanimous first-team all-Bay honors for a second straight year after leading the conference in batting average (.547), hits (29), home rus (six) and RBIs (24). The honorable mention all-state choice holds four single-game schools records and had a 32-game conference hitting streak at one point in her career.
Megan Timmers, jr., G.B. Preble: The unanimous first-team all-FRCC choice led the Hornets with a .506 batting average overall and was fourth in the FRCC with a .509 average. She totaled 37 RBIs, 29 runs and 16 extra-base hits, including six home runs. Timmers posted a .913 fielding percentage with 25 putouts and 59 assists after moving from third base to shortstop.
Kate Balison, sr., G.B. Notre Dame: The unanimous first-team all-FRCC choice had a .506 batting average with 44 RBIs and five home runs. The center fielder made 29 putouts and led the FRCC with a .582 batting average in conference games and was second with 29 RBIs.
Brooke Linzmeier, jr., Wrightstown: The first-team all-Olympian Conference player had a perfect fielding percentage in helping the Tigers go undefeated in conference play for a second straight season. She had a .411 batting average with 13 RBIs, 24 runs and nine stolen bases.
Acacia Tupa, sr., Southern Door: The Packerland Conference player of the year had a .443 batting average with 30 RBIs, 38 runs and 17 extra-base hits, including nine home runs to set a single-season school record. The UWGB recruit was a first-team all-state choice this season, setting school records for career home runs, triples and RBIs on the way to leading the Eagles to the Packerland title.
Coach of the year: Jenna Woepse, Bay Port
The second-year coach helped the Pirates become the first area D1 team to advance to the WIAA state tournament since 2006. Bay Port won the FRCC title with only two seniors and without having one player rank in the top 10 of the conference for batting average.
Maddie Lorbetske, sr., Three Lakes: The Northern Lakes player of the year was a third-team all-state choice.
MaKayla Neinas, so., Wrightstown: The Olympian Conference player of the year posted a 1.11 ERA with 112 strikeouts in addition to totaling 48 RBIs.
Amber VanDuyse, sr., West De Pere: The Murray State (Ky.) University recruit was third in the Bay with 93 strikeouts despite pitching only 66 innings in conference play.
Andie Vandertie, sr., Algoma: The first-team all-Packerland Conference choice continued to play at a high level despite coming off a knee injury sustained in basketball.
Kaylen Krueger, sr., G.B. Preble: The first-team all-FRCC player was limited in the field due to a shoulder injury but had a .489 batting average with 48 RBIs, including 31 to lead the conference.
Tia Danforth, sr., West De Pere: The first-team all-Bay Conference choice had a .461 batting average with 29 RBIs and 31 runs scored, which was a school record.
Brooke Geier, so., Kewaunee: The first-team all-Packerland Conference choice had a .520 batting average with 21 RBIs, 16 extra-base hits and 15 stolen bases.
Carly Mylener, sr., Peshtigo: The M&O Conference player of the year helped the Bulldogs go undefeated in conference play.
Olivia Peters, jr., Denmark: The first-team all-Bay Conference choice was second in the conference with a .512 batting average and third with 10 stolen bases.
Saige Henning, so., Shawano: The first-team all-Bay player had a .419 batting average with 28 runs scored and five home runs.
Taylor Lauscher, jr., Bay Port: The unanimous first-team all-FRCC player had a .963 fielding percentage, while making a team-high 15 stolen bases.
Morgan Zirbel, so., Ashwaubenon: The first-team all-FRCC player had a .500 batting average, 15 RBIs, 27 runs and nine stolen bases.
Pitchers: Jordan Demmin, sr., Algoma; Ellie Wahl, sr., Marinette.
Catcher: Ally Jacques, jr., Bay Port.
Utility: Kaylor DeLaet, sr., Wausaukee.
Infield: Megan Pavlik, so., Southern Door; Ashley Shuettpelz, sr., Pulaski; Madysen Thayse, so., Luxemburg-Casco; Kailey Trudeau, sr., Oconto.
Outfield: Rachel Acevedo, sr., West De Pere; Dana Deterville, so., Luxemburg-Casco; Linsey Pierre, sr., Algoma.
Pitchers: Amanda Majewski, jr., Peshtigo; Hanna Mallien, so., Southern Door; Ellie Olsen, so., Kewaunee; Amanda Pickett, sr., Crivitz; Emma Prebelski, sr., G.B. Notre Dame; Breanna Schmitt, jr., Ashwaubenon.
Catchers: Leah Bohlman, jr., G.B. Southwest; Hailey Geyer, so., Southern Door; Dalia Grajeda, so., G.B. East; Cassie Hilbert, sr., Marinette; Malorie Konkol, jr., Denmark; Casey Spigarelli, jr., Niagara; Sage Tanck, sr., Wrightstown; Taylor Cravillion, jr., Luxemburg-Casco.
Infield: Kaitlyn Amundson, sr., Ashwaubenon; Mckenzie Bebo, fr., Marinette; Alyssa Cooper, sr., Bay Port; Baleigh Delorit, jr., Algoma; Amber Dunlap, jr., Wausaukee; Emilie Enke, sr., Ashwaubenon; Ryleigh Klaver, jr., Peshtigo; Carmen Haack, jr., Algoma; Mikayla Haack, fr., Algoma; Carlie Servais, jr., Wrightstown; Liz Manns, sr., Oconto Falls; Ashlee Mayer, so., Coleman; Taylor Miller, jr., Kewaunee; Abbey Mommaerts, jr., Bay Port; Kelsey Pavlik, sr., Southern Door; Lexi Reinke, sr., Bonduel; Raven VandenLangenberg, fr., Seymour.
Outfield: Alyssa Dantoin, sr., Southern Door; Jackie Calba, jr., G.B. Notre Dame; Emma Fredrickson, fr., Peshtigo; Jasey Jicha, so., Oconto; Jayden Laurent, fr., Denmark; Veronica Shaw, sr., Wausaukee; Kelly Stewart, jr., Oconto; Kennedy Tebo, sr., Pulaski; Shae Tonn, fr., Peshtigo; McKenna Wall, sr., G.B. Preble.