Tony Eierdam/The Community News: Aledo junior Carolyn Clayton, shown taking a cut during the Ladycats/Little Elm playoff game on Saturday, was selected as District 6-4A's Offensive Player of the Year. The Ladycats earned two other top honors as sophomore Kaci Brann was chosen co-Pitcher of the Year and head coach Jeff Lemons was selected co-Coach of the Year.
Aledo junior right fielder Carolyn Clayton, sophomore pitcher Kacie Brann and first-year head coach Jeff Lemons each picked up top All-District 6-4A awards and seven other Ladycats received 6-4A honors in a vote of league coaches.
Clayton was selected as the district’s Offensive Player of the Year; Brann was selected co-Pitcher of the Year along with Boswell’s Tawny Hank; and Lemons was named co-Coach of the Year along with Birdville’s John Love.
Two Ladycats earned first-team honors. Senior Kendall Kizer was named to the first team at second base, while junior Morgan Farley was selected as the first-team third baseman.
Aledo senior left fielder Jordan Simons and junior shortstop Lauren Durham were second-team selections, while senior first baseman Rebecca Phillips, senior pitcher/designated hitter Sarah Simpson, senior centerfielder Aubri Jordan and junior catcher Shelby Stockard each earned honorable mentions.
Birdville pitcher Randi Fentress was named 6-4A’s Most Valuable Player, and Boswell shortstop Sam Cool was selected as Defensive Player of the Year.