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Name: Chelsea Claflin (Frontier League MVP)

School: Sandy Creek

Grade: 12

Position: Pitcher

Stats: 16-2, 199 Ks, 0.36 ERA, 0.56 WHIP; .377 BA, 3 HR, 17 RBI, 11 SB

College plans: Le Moyne College for nursing and softball

Coach’s report: “She never wants to get outworked. She might leave a three-hour practice and go to a pitching lesson, with her catcher Viki, of course. She is a real student of the game and has been a leader on the team since 8th grade. You never have to tell her twice.”

-Bill Fowler, Sandy Creek coach



Name: Lindsey Thayer (NAC MVP)

School: St. Lawrence Central

Grade: 11

Position: Pitcher

Stats: 15-3, 0.57 ERA, 220 K’s

College plans: Undecided

Coach’s report: “She was a strong presence (pitching). She brings a lot of skill and intelligence to her position. She’s starting to really pitch, in terms of lcoations and just thinking about the hitters.”

- Tim Brown, SLC coach



Name: Felicia Barr

School: OFA

Grade: 12

Position: Infield

Stats: .404 BA, 5 HR, 31 RBI

College plans: SUNY Potsdam

Coach’s report: “Felicia was our offensive player of the year. She came through at pretty clutch times. She was a joy to have on the team and is an incredibly hard worker and does so much to improver her game outside of practice.”

- Meg Bartell, OFA coach



Name: Jackie Decker

School: South Jefferson

Grade: 11

Position: Catcher

Stats: .500 BA, 4 HR, 26 RBI, 8 doubles, 6 SB

College plans: Undecided

Coach’s report: “Jackie is the ultimate competitor. She plays softball the right way, 110 percent effort every time she steps on the field, whether it is practice or a game. She is a pleasure to have on the team and a natural leader.”

-Steve Randall, South Jefferson coach



Name: Jordan Miller

School: Sandy Creek

Grade: 12

Position: Infield

Stats: .456 BA, .511 OBP, .696 SP, 25 RBI, 29 runs, 11 SB, 55 TB, 11 extra-base hits

College plans: Monroe CC for Human Services and softball

Coach’s report: “What a great year she had. She evolved into a great leader and led by example. She was a big reason we advanced to the state final. She had some key hits with runners on base.”

-Bill Fowler, Sandy Creek coach



Name: Karintha Myslivecek

School: Sandy Creek

Grade: 12

Position: Outfield

Stats: .459 BA, .590 SP, .493 OBP, 23 RBI, 25 runs, 11 SB, 41 TB, .974 FP

College plans: Rowan University for Early Childhood Development and softball

Coach’s report: “It’s all or nothing for her. She dives in practice and warm-ups. She might grab someone by the throat if that’s what’s needed. She plays the game the way it should be played every second - all out.”

-Bill Fowler, Sandy Creek coach



Name: Katie Pitkin

School: General Brown

Grade: 11

Position: Utility

Stats: .345 BA, .459 OBP, 14 RBIs; 219 Ks, 1.12 ERA

College plans: Undecided

Coach’s report: “Katie carried the pitching workload and helped lead our team past some very tough opponents this year. Whether at the mound or at the plate, her work ethic was unsurpassed. Her leadership and offseason dedication played a big role in our team’s overall success.”

-Darrin Pitkin, General Brown coach



Name: Emma Rexford

School: Canton

Grade: 12

Position: Infield

Stats: .426 BA

College plans: Herkimer CCC

Coach’s report” “She’s been a great player for Canton through the years. She can play anywhere and wherever she played she was our best player. She’s a tremendous athlete.”

- Randy Brown, Canton coach



Name: Noelle Rufa

School: St. Lawrence Central

Grade: 12

Position: Outfield

Stats: .500 BA, 2 HR, 12 RBI

College plans: SUNY Potsdam

Coach’s report: “She’s definitely a spark-plug for us. When she gets on, eight out of nine times she scores. She’s energetic on the bases and a real smart baserunner.”

- Tim Brown, SLC coach



Name: Annie Sharlow

School: Malone

Grade: 11

Position: Infield

Stats: .400 BA, 2 HR

College plans: Undecided

Coach’s report: “She’s very good at hitting in clutch situations with people on base. She very seldom strikes out. She did really well this year.”

- Greg Marshall, Malone coach



Name: Tori Stanton

School: Altmar-Parish-Williamstown

Grade: 12

Position: Infield/pitcher

Stats: .324 BA; 9-5, 79 Ks, 1.75 ERA

College plans: Jefferson CC for Creative Writing and softball

Coach’s report: “Tori’s hard work and dedication for the last six years have made her one of the best pitchers APW has ever had. Tori has been an all-star for the past three seasons.”

-Peggy Bennett, APW coach



Name: Hannah Thornhill

School: Heuvelton

Grade: 9

Position: Designated hitter

Stats: .548 BA, .947 SP, 34 RBI

College plans: Undecided

Coach’s report: “She works hard every time she steps on the field. She’s aggressive and focused and a great person, not just a great athlete. She wants to make softball a career and does anything you ask her to.”

- Josie Cole, Heuvelton coach







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