Creek lands seven on all-district first team
Pitcher Jodie Aguirre of Alvin has been chosen as most valuable player on the all-District 24-6A softball team selected by the league’s coaches.
Aguirre, who set the school single-season strikeout record, helped lead the Lady Yellowjackets to the 24-6A championship. Lady ’Jacket Victoria Valdez was chosen newcomer of the year and Alvin’s David McCorkle was named coach of the year.
First-team selections included pitcher Megan Lee of Clear Creek; catcher Madison Petrella of Clear Creek; first baseman Cece Huff of Clear Creek; third baseman Mary Pouricio of Alvin; and middle infielders Brianna Aranzeta of Clear Creek, Erica Riley of Clear Falls, Demi Elder of Clear Springs and Clarissa Barron of Alvin.
Other first-teamers included outfielders Mindy Matthews and Shae Montemayor of Alvin; Ava Edwards and Pam Richardson of Clear Creek; utility player Adri Aranzeta of Clear Creek; and at-large players Kelly Baker of Clear Springs and Grace Coffelt of Alvin.
Second-team selections included pitcher Ashlyn Strother of Clear Falls; catcher Mariana Vazquez of Dickinson; first baseman Claire Pollack of Clear Springs; second baseman Abby McEntire of Clear Falls; third baseman Ciara Victor of Clear Falls; and shortstop Mia Terry of Dickinson.
Other second-team choices were outfielders Alyssa Rogers of Clear Lake, Chloe Foster of Alvin, Ashley Walker of Clear Springs and Dariane Cram of Dickinson; utility player Kaylee Thomas of Clear Springs; and at-large players Cassidy Lee of Dickinson and Addy Prasifka and Savanna Wise of Clear Lake.
Honorable mention selections included Makayla Monroe and Laura Files of Clear Lake; Heaven Marcus and Landrei Stafford of Dickinson; Chloe Jackson and Alex Bradford of Clear Falls; Christana Winger and Anasia Jones of Clear Brook; Khori Bolton of Alvin; Emma Strood and Jenna Bell of Clear Springs; and Kelsey Bunch and Isabel Lopez of Clear Creek.