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  • Erika Guerrero, Jeri Harper recognized

  • MAIS All-District 3-2A Softball Team
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  • Erika Guerrero and Jeri Harper of Prairie View are repeat selections on the MAIS All-District 3-2A softball team.
    A pair of Caroline's from conference champion Riverfield swept the individual awards. Caroline Cater is the Most Valuable Player and Caroline Oliphant is Coach of the Year.
    Cater, a pitcher/second baseman, compiled a 4-0 record with a 1.66 earned run average and 17 punchouts in district play. She also hit at a .333 clip.
    Oliphant, a former district softball and basketball at Prairie View, is Coach of the Year after guiding the Lady Raiders to a 25-6 record.
    Guerrero, a senior catcher, finished the season with a .284 batting average (.286 with runners in scoring position) and a .333 on base percentage while battling through rib and shoulder injuries. Selected to play in the MAIS All-Star Game, she drove in 14 runs and scored 18.
    Harper, a junior pitcher/shortstop, joined the Lady Spartans late after competing in the Little League World Series in Delaware. She compiled a 6-6 record with a 3.12 earned run average and held opponents to a .179 batting average. In 60 2/3 innings pitched, Harper struck out 67 batters and walked 35. At the plate, she collected 14 RBI.
    Joining Cater on the team from Riverfield are Lauchlyn Emfinger, Joanna Franklin, Riley Bridges and Natalie Foster.
    District runner-up Glenbrook is represented by Gracyn Gorman, Carsin Spurlock, Shelby Nicholas and Sunni Wilson.
    Rounding out the team is repeat honoree Mariah Rogers from River Oaks.
    MOST VALUABLE PLAYER: Caroline Cater, Riverfield
    COACH OF THE YEAR: Caroline Oliphant, Riverfield
    Lauchlyn Emfinger
    Joanna Franklin
    Caroline Cater (MVP)
    Riley Bridges
    Natalie Foster
    Erika Guerrero
    Jeri Harper
    Gracyn Gorman
    Carsin Spurlock
    Shelby Nicholas
    Sunni Wilson
    Mariah Rogers
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