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MIAC Senior Athlete Spotlight – Softball

Oakland Christian Softball

Left to Right, Row 1: Olivia Williams, Jackie Hagar, Nicole Vaught
Row 2:
Emily Jin, Autumn Maley

The Oakland Christian softball senior class is comprised of 4 players that would be returning with 3 years experience (Hagar, Maley, Vaught, Williams) and 1 international student that would be playing for the 1st time (Jin). This group of seniors was approaching this season with a world of experience and leadership abilities. They were a close group that was willing to sacrifice their personal desires for the good of the team. Autumn Maley was a utility player that played every spot in the outfield wherever needed in that moment. Jackie Hagar loved the outfield but did her best as the team’s first baseman when called upon, and Nicole Vaught took on the role of starting pitcher even though it wasn’t her natural position because the team was in need due to previous graduations. A supporter among leaders was Olivia Williams with her never ending support and leadership on the team. Always positive when her team needed it the most to help them move forward. One disappointment in this cancellation is that Emily Jin was unable to experience playing for a team she was learning to love as she enjoyed all the friendships she was creating as a member of the team building and workout experiences.

Oakland Christian is extremely proud of these players for what they have developed into as players and people over their years of participation in the softball program.

Plymouth Christian Softball

The senior class members of the Plymouth Christian Academy Eagles softball team have had a tremendous career! When joining the team as freshman, the team was going through a drought of having only won one game the previous two years.  In 2017, due in large part to the contribution of these athletes, the team went 9-9.  By 2019, they were 11-6 and went on to win the MIAC Red Division Conference Championship and District Championships! The Plymouth Christian Academy Varsity Softball team was chomping at the bit to get this season started competing in the Blue Division this year and with goals of competing for a District and Regional trophy!
Thank you Ella GodinIsabel MosselGloria Ravuri, Lydia Sikes, and Eva Warmbier for the wonderful contributions you made to rebuilding the team and the positive impact you had through your hard work, leadership, and athletic fortitude.  May you continue to always play with joy…For Him!”
 
#7 Isabel Mossel: 
2019 Red Division MVP
2019 All-District and All-Region
.647% Batting Avg.
3.706 ERA
 
#13 Ella Godin:
.587 Batting Average
 
#9 Lydia Sikes: 
.432 Batting Average

#3 
Eva Warmbier: 
.417 Batting Average
 
#1 Gloria Ravuri: 
.333 Batting Average

Southfield Christian Softball

Karington Cox

Karington was a 4 year varsity player for the softball team starting at 2nd Base the past 2 seasons and batting leading off.  During her junior season she batted .424 with an On Base Percentage of .672.  Karington led the team in runs scored with 29 helping the Eagles capture a share of the 2019 MIAC Softball Red Title.  She also earned MIAC 2nd Team All-Conference honors as well as being named MHSSCA All District and All Regional.

Huron Valley Lutheran Softball

The Huron Valley Lutheran Hawks softball team had their goals set high and were ready to complete in the 2020 season.  With the experience of 6 seniors, the Hawks could not wait to take the field.

We thank seniors Autumn Cramb, Maddie Crenshaw, Hannah Foley, Dana LeFevre, Emily Haines, and Chloe Wellday for their contributions to Hawks Softball as well as their leadership both on and off the field.

Whitmore Lake Softball

Alaina DiDio
Ali has been a leader on the field. She was voted team captain. Her knowledge of the game of softball is outstanding. She is an overall great athlete as well and a well-rounded student. She is involved in many aspects of our school and plans to carry that forward to the next level as she plans to continue to play softball next year.

Lutheran Northwest Softball

Kaitlyn Meyer

Kaitlyn’s parents are Elizabeth & Jeff Meyer. They are members of Calvary Lutheran Church in Clarkston.

During her time at Lutheran Northwest, Kaitlyn participated in volleyball for one year, golf for two years, cheer & dance for one year, and softball for three years. This spring would have been her fourth year of softball. LHNW softball coach Jeff Ludwig shared, “She is a great teammate and very coachable! She is always willing to put in the extra time to master her craft. She has been a joy to coach!”

Next fall, Kaitlyn plans to attend Oakland Community College to study veterinary medicine.

PARKWAY CHRISTIAN

Austyn Spach
Austyn is a four year varsity softball player for Parkway.  She is also Parkway’s only four year three sport athlete in her class competing in volleyball, competitive cheer and softball.  As a sophomore and junior she earned 2nd team All MIAC honors as catcher.  Her junior year she also received All District.  As a senior Austyn received Academic All State.
Becca Shea

Becca is a four year varsity softball player.  Spending the last few years on the mound.  Becca has also played four years of basketball.  Becca has earned All District three years, 2nd Team MIAC (sophomore), and 1st Team MIAC (junior).  As a senior Becca received Academic All State.

Bella Day
This was going to be Bella’s inaugural softball season.  She has been a member of the varsity volleyball team for four years.
Jena Dickison
Jena has been a member of the varsity softball team for four years.  She has shown remarkable improvement in her skills every season, earning a starting position at second base as a junior. As a senior she received Academic All State.
Keagan Semlow
Keagan was new to the softball team this year.
Keagan transferred to Parkway her junior year and was the goalie for the soccer team.  As a senior she received Academic All State.
Lexi Bello
Lexi transferred to Parkway her sophomore year and has been a member of the softball team for three years.  She was new to softball and worked hard to become a starter her junior year.