Vote: Top Ohio softball player of the week, May 6 (Poll Closed)

  • Brooklynn Linneman, Taylor – She has a two-run homer and pitched a no-hitter when the Yellow Jackets beat Wyoming 10-0 April 29.
    244 votes

  • Katie DeBord, Mason – She leads the Greater Miami Conference with 16 wins and is third with 115 strikeouts.
    273 votes

  • Lauren Holt, Little Miami – She was 4-for-4 with a home run and 4 RBI in the 8-3 win over Edgewood April 30, helping Little Miami clinch the Southwest Ohio Conference championship.
    1,765 votes

  • Sydni Barnes, Western Brown – She got a no-hitter in the 24-0 win over Lynchburg Clay April 30, and went 4-for-5 with five RBI at the plate. She had 13 strikeouts.
    84 votes

  • Mary Newton, Ursuline – She got the win on the mound in a 17-5 win over St. Ursula April 30, helping Ursuline clinch its third-straight Girls Greater Catholic League championship. At the plate, she went 4-for-4 with four RBI.
    107 votes

  • Hailey Holtman, Lakota East – The junior shortstop/outfielder went 3-for-3 with a home run and four RBI in the 13-0 win over Princeton in five innings May 1. In a 13-3 win over Blanchester, she went 2-for-4 with a triple.
    171 votes

  • Madison Hatfield, Goshen – The junior went 4-for-5 with two doubles and a triple in the 13-6 win over New Richmodn May 1
    549 votes

  • Emma Melcher, McNicholas – The junior catcher/third baseman went 3-for-3 with two home runs and five RBI in the 17-1 win over Alter May 1.
    1,452 votes

  • Hailey McAdoo, Mercy McAuley – She leads the Girls Greater Catholic League co-champions in batting average with .534 (second in the league), hits with 39, runs with 29 and RBI with 34 (leads the league).
    421 votes

  • Kaila Nutter, West Clermont – She knocked in all three runs in the 3-2 victory April 30 over Anderson. For the week she was 4-for-6 with a double and five RBIs for the 18-5 Eastern Cincinnati Conference champion Wolves.
    565 votes

  • K. K. Mathis, Lakota West – The freshman pitcher had a complete game in the 7-1 win over Lakota East Monday handing them their only loss of the season. She drove a three-run home run 218 feet over the centerfield fence. Two days later, she had a perfect game over, while hitting 1-for-2 with a double.
    307 votes

  • Hanna Miller, Fairfield – The senior threw a five-inning perfect game against Princeton April 8 at Fairfield and followed it up April 30 with a 4 2/3 perfect inning effort before hitting a batter. She then got the next girl to ground out to complete a no-hitter. She retired 29 straight Vikings before the HBP.
    320 votes


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