Vote: Top Ohio softball player of the week, April 8 (Poll Closed)

  • Sydni Barnes, Western Brown – She had a perfect game in the 11-0 win over Hillsboro, with 10 strikeouts. She helped her cause at the plate going 2-for-3 with two RBI. She leads the SBAAC with 10 wins and 107 strikeouts.
    166 votes

  • Savannah Posey, Walnut Hills – She had a three-run home run in a 14-1 win over Western Hills April 2.
    270 votes

  • Kassidy Abney, Blanchester – She broke the school record for home runs, with 15 in her career, in the 14-4 win over East Clinton April 3.
    115 votes

  • Faith Golden, Williamsburg – She had a three-run home run, her fifth, to help Williamsburg beat Wilmington 8-1 in a double header April 6. She’s second in the league in batting average with a .711 and second in RBI, with 31, for the 12-0 Wildcats.
    2,811 votes

  • Sarah Dougoud, Roger Bacon – She recorded her 70th career stolen base April 5 in the 20-10 loss to Alter, which breaks an all-time school record for the Spartans.
    159 votes

  • Mary Newton, Ursuline - She was named the MVP in the Reds Futures High School Showcase win over Mount Notre Dame 3-1 April 7. She leads the GGCL in wins (4) and strikeouts (48), and holds a 1.14 ERA. At the plate, the sophomore is batting .500, going 11-for-22 with four runs, five doubles, one home run and eight RBI in eight games.
    241 votes

  • Lindsey Mitchell, Fairfield – She was named the MVP in the Reds Futures High School Showcase win over Milford 6-5 April 7. She is third in the Greater Miami Conference in wins with five and leads the league in home runs with 5.
    106 votes

  • Sydney Carter, Mason - She was named the MVP in the Reds Futures High School Showcase win over Lebanon April 7, 20-0. She leads the Greater Miami Conference in batting average with .655.
    170 votes

  • Alyssa Wagner, Monroe - This week, Wagner went 3-0 with 15 innings pitched, one hit, one earned run, 36 strikeouts and pitched a perfect game in a 10-0 win over Franklin with 13 strikeouts outs of 15 batters faced.
    233 votes

  • Gillian Metzger, Harrison – The senior was 2-for-2 with a home run, a double and two RBI in the 11-1 win over Turpin. She is currently second in Southwest Ohio Conference with a .750 batting average. Her on-base percentage is .800.
    90 votes

  • Arielle Scalf, New Miami - The junior shortstop hit three homeruns in a close game to Middletown Christian on April 5. She also recorded three outs and three RBI.
    2,845 votes

  • Briahna Bush, Cincinnati Christian – The sophomore pitcher had a perfect game against Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy April 4 and had another shutout against Norwood April 2. In that span she pitched 22 innings, faced 75 batters and had 55 strikeouts with three hits allowed. At the end of that week, Cincinnati Christian was 4-0 in the league and 5-2 overall.
    243 votes

  • Sydney Larson, Lakota East – In two games last Monday and Tuesday, the senior gave up only three hits on the mound and, at the plate, was 4-for-8 with 2 RBI in wins over Fairfield and Springboro. She got the win in a 5-0 victory April 3 over Hamilton and a 9-1 victory over Oak Hills. In the win over Badin, she was 2-for-3 with two RBI.
    174 votes

  • Kelsey Schmidt, Little Miami – Against Mt. Healthy April 3, she was 3-for-4 with a triple and three RBI in the 17-2 win. As of April 8, she had 16 runs and 20 hits in nine games, including two doubles, 17 RBI, three triples and a league-leading four home runs. She had a walk off three-run homerun to beat Wilmington.
    928 votes


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