All-Area Softball Teams


P Lexie Levin Everett, Sr.

The Seagulls senior pitcher/first baseman hit .508, knocked in 39 runs and had a 1.72 earned run average to lead Everett to the Class 3A state championship game.

P Ronnie Ladines Arlington, Jr.

The Eagles junior pitcher finished the season with a 1.55 earned run average, struck out 146 batters and had a 10-2 record in leading Arlington to a Wesco North title.

P Alyssa Egan Monroe, Jr.

The Bearcats junior pitcher had a 3.13 earned run average, won 14 games, hit .498 and had three home runs to lead Monroe to a district title and a fifth-place finish at state.

C Lynsey Amundson Arlington, Jr.

The Eagles junior catcher hit .690, had 13 doubles and knocked in 29 runs to lead Arlington to a Wesco North title.

1B Kailyn Campbell Cedarcrest, Jr.

The Red Wolves junior hit .629, had 35 RBI and 21 doubles to lead Cedarcrest to a second-place finish in the Cascade Conference.

2B Jamie Alexander Granite Falls, Sr.

The Tigers senior hit .513, had four triples and stole seven bases to help Granite Falls wins the Cascade Conference title.

3B Katlyn Purvis Snohomish, So.

The Panthers sophomore hit .484 and had a slugging percentage of .656 and knocked in 22 runs to lead Snohomish to a third-place finish in the district tournament.

SS Lauren Kesterson Everett, Sr.

The Seagulls senior hit .533 and stole 13 bases to help Everett win Wesco 3A, a district title and make it to the 3A state championship game.

OF Keilanna Harper Everett, Sr.

The Seagulls senior hits .514, had 17 RBI and stole 10 bases to lead Everett to a Wesco 3A title and a spot in the 3A state championship game.

OF Anna Pisac Snohomish, Sr.

The Panthers outfielder hit .453, had 24 RBI and hit four home runs to lead Snohomish to a third-place finish in the district tournament.

OF Trysten Melhart Snohomish, Sr.

The Panthers outfielder hit .559, scored 36 runs and her on-base percentage of .610 to lead Snohomish to a third-place finish in the district tournament.

UTL Maddy Kristjanson Mountlake Terrace, So.

The Hawks sophomore hit .620, had a slugging percentage of 1.240, knocked in 31 runs, hit seven home runs and also had a 2.16 earned run average in the circle in leading Mountlake Terrace to a district berth.


P Monica Clow, Marysville Pilchuck, Sr.

P Kimmy Martinez, Granite Falls, So.

P Alyssa Reuble, Meadowdale, Jr.

C Peyton Spencer, Granite Falls, Sr.

C Shannon Haukap, Meadowdale, Sr.

1B Erin Bueser, Jackson, Sr.

2B Kiana Smith, Lakewood, Sr.

3B Lindsey Milner, Meadowdale, Sr.

SS Caitlyn Munce, Granite Falls, Jr.

OF Logan Thomas, Granite Falls, Sr.

OF Jasmin Edwards, Lynnwood, So.

OF Casey Zachry, Marysville Pilchuck, Jr.

UTL Megan Cooley, Jackson, Sr.

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