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December 1, 2012

All-Edmond Softball 2012

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EDMOND — Haley Goodin

Deer Creek senior first baseman

Goodin hit .408 and went 32-32 in RBIs and runs scored with 11 stolen bases and a pair of home runs this season. Antlers coach Erin Regier said Goodin, an All-District selection, was her most valuable player on the defensive side. Her toughness was evident — she was hit by a pitch 14 times.

Sheridan Bond

Edmond North junior second baseman

Bond led the Huskies with 47 runs scored and 25 stolen bases, and hit .391 with 22 RBIs and three home runs. In the field, she had 71 put-outs and 19 assists, and had only four errors in 40 games, for a .957 fielding percentage.

Haley Wells

Deer Creek senior second baseman

Wells was the All-District most valuable player, and made the All-Region team. She turned in 22 RBIs, and led the Antlers with a .485 batting average and 40 runs scored. She also stole 13 bases and hit one home run.

Madison Nordyke

Edmond North junior shortstop

Nordyke hit .427, drove in 32 runs and scored 32 herself, stole seven bases and hit a pair of home runs. She had a .946 fielding percentage at shortstop, with only five errors in 40 games. As North’s No. 2 pitcher, she went 15-1 with a 2.51 ERA and 92 strikeouts. She scored four times and drove in a run in the Huskies’ title win over Moore.

Jobi Heath

Edmond Santa Fe sophomore shortstop

Heath led the Wolves with 38 RBIs, and tacked on 25 runs, five stolen bases and a team-leading three home runs, and only struck out three times on the year. She had a fielding percentage of .931. Splitting time at pitcher, she had a 2.60 ERA with 93 strikeouts in 107 2/3 innings, and went 6-12 for a young Santa Fe team.

Breezy McComas

Edmond Santa Fe senior IF/OF/P

McComas was the epitome of versatility this season. She played in all of the Wolves’ 38 games, at pitcher, shortstop, second base and outfield.

She easily led Santa Fe in runs scored (39), hits (58) and batting average (.479), had 18 RBIs and four stolen bases, and only struck out four times. McComas played roughly half of her games out of her natural middle infield position, and still turned in a fielding percentage of .900. Splitting time at pitcher, she went 8-9 with a 2.47 ERA and 65 strikeouts.

Coach Rhonda Lawson called McComas the Wolves’ most valuable player. “She was my leader, my motivator, my success story,” Lawson said.

The four-year starter and three-time All-Edmond selection hit .374 for her career. She signed to play at Cameron University in the fall.

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