Who was the Coast's top girls athlete for 2018-19? (Poll Closed)

  • Brooklyn Biancamano, Long Beach freshman (track) - Won the 800, 1,600 and 3,200 meters and ran on the winning 1,600 relay team at the MHSAA 5A track and set two records in the process.
    4%
    1,284 votes

     
  • Ocean Springs senior forward Kinsley Harmon (soccer) - Southeastern Louisiana signee, helped lead Ocean Springs to the Class 6A state title, had 16 goals and 10 assists. (Southeastern Louisiana signee)
    0.64%
    205 votes

     
  • Avery Johnston, Vancleave sophomore (softball) - 28-3 record, 0.92 ERA, 265 Ks and 8 walks in 175 2/3 innings.
    0.37%
    120 votes

     
  • Payton McKerchie, Vancleave junior (volleyball) - Led Vancleave with 272 kills and had 98 serving aces, led Bulldogs to Class II state title.
    52.43%
    16,827 votes

     
  • Brieanna Miller, Moss Point senior (basketball) - Averaged 14 points, 7 rebounds, 3 steals
    0.6%
    194 votes

     
  • Vancleave junior forward Sydney Salter (soccer) - Led the Lady Bulldogs with 31 goals and 13 assists.
    0.45%
    146 votes

     
  • Kylie Taylor, Ocean Springs junior (softball) - .510 batting average 8 homers, 54 RBIs. As a pitcher, she was 10-3 with a 1.96 ERA in 82 innings. She struck out 88 and walked 16. (Mississippi State commit)
    0.26%
    83 votes

     
  • Rebecca Walk, OLA junior (volleyball) - Led the state with 639 kills and had 188 blocks to lead Our Lady Academy to the Class 1 championship. (South Alabama commit)
    40.99%
    13,156 votes

     
  • Sania Wells, East Central senior guard (basketball) - Averaged 27.4 points and 4 steals. (Auburn signee)
    0.26%
    82 votes

     

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