All-County Softball: Boone County had plenty of success on softball diamond

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Jun. 19—There was no shortage of talent this year for the Boone County softball programs.

All three teams put up strong numbers throughout the season, with many highlights throughout the season.

With softball being one of the few sports in Boone County that can have a true county champion, the coaches and the Lebanon Reporter decided to have an all-county team for the 2021 season.

Players on the team were based on the overall standings in County games, with an extra player given to Western Boone due to their post-season success — making it the Class 2A semi-state.

Zionsville was the Boone County champion this year, beating both Lebanon and Western Boone, with the Stars finishing second based on their season-sweep of the Tigers.

The players selected came after discussions with county coaches and opposing coaches on their schedules.

The following girls have been chosen as all-Boone County for the 2021 season (By school, then alphabetical).


Grace Goodman: Goodman batted .378 for the Eagles this year, with six doubles and a home run. She scored 12 runs and drove in 15. In the outfield, she led the Eagles with four outfield assists. She was also a perfect 13 of 13 in stealing bases this year, leading the team.

Sydny Poeck: Poeck batted .456 on the season for the Eagles, hitting five home runs and having eight doubles and two triples. She led the team with 26 RBIs and 24 runs scored, and was second on the team with 31 hits. In the field, she had just two errors in 167 chances playing a strong first base for the Eagles.

Morgan Pressler: Pressler batted .395 as the Eagles lead-off hitter this year. She scored 24 runs and was third on the team with 30 hits. Pressler also played a steady center field for the Eagles, not committing an error in 48 chances and had three outfield assists.

Callie Rheinheimer: Rheinheimer provided a game-changing power bat in the Eagles' line-up. She batted .353 with a team-best seven home runs. She drove in 25 and scored 15. The DePauw signee also played a solid third base for the Eagles, with 37 put outs and 21 assists.

Laney Sark: Sark became the ace of the Eagles' staff this year. She led the team with 22 appearances and had six wins and three saves. In limited at bats, she hit .381 with a home run and a double in 21 plate appearances. She added four runs and three RBIs.

Sydney Webber: Webber was an offensive force for the Eagles this spring. She hit .474 while having a team-best 36 hits. She had 19 runs scored and 12 RBIs. Webber added two home runs, a triple and a double. She had 13 stolen bases in 13 attempts, tying for the team lead. In the field, Webber led all Eagle infielders with 63 outs, with 33 put outs and 30 assists.

Western Boone

Emily Conyer: Conyer led Western Boone in several offensive categories this year. She hit a team-best .438 with team highs in 35 runs scored and 46 hits. In the field, she had just six errors in 112 chances, helping the Stars turn five double plays.

Mya Fisher: Fisher made her senior year one to remember at Western Boone. She led the Stars with 32 RBIs and five home runs. She batted .356. She also was a steady presence behind the plate, that kept other teams running games in check.

Gabby Lewis: The younger of the Lewis sisters made an impact in her first year at Western Boone. She batted .330 with 20 runs scored and 18 RBIs. She also made an impact with 43 outs recorded in the outfield, and helped solidify the Western Boone outfield.

Jozzy Lewis: Lewis made a huge impact for Western Boone at the plate and in the field. She was second on the team with a .395 batting average and collected 45 hits. She scored 33 runs, with seven doubles and a homer. Defensively, she had 47 put outs and 50 assists.

Hannah Redlin: Redlin was a workhorse for the Stars in the circle. She led the county with a 2.01 ERA, striking out 109 in nearly 133 innings. At the plate, she hit .388 with 30 runs scored and 28 RBIs, with five doubles, two triples and a homer run.


Josie Hollingsworth: Hollingsworth led the county with 8 home runs this spring, while batting a team-best .429. She also led the county with 44 RBIs and scored 17 runs. She led the Tigers with 23 appearances in the circle, striking out 81 in just under 93 innings.

Lexi Puckett: Puckett was also a steady presence in the Tigers' line-up. She hit .400 on the season, scoring a team-best 36 runs. She had six doubles, four triples and four home runs. She also had 15 stolen bases.

Rylee Wilson: Wilson hit .382 for the Tigers this year, leading the county with 10 doubles on the season. She also hit two home runs, scored 33 runs and drove in 19. In the field, she had just three errors in 42 chances at second base.

Will Willems is the Sports Editor of the Lebanon Reporter. Follow him on Twitter @Will_Willems.

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