It’s safe to say Holden and Maurepas left their marks on the District 7-B softball race, and the league’s all-district team reflects as much.
Holden, which won its second straight Class B championship, placed six players on the first team with pitcher Olivia Lackie claiming MVP honors.
Linzey Cifreo was chosen as the league’s Coach of the Year.
Six Maurepas players made the first team after the Lady Wolves finished second in the league: Pitcher McKenna Lessard, catcher Keegan Marchand, infielders KK Vicknair and Dru Bantaa and outfielders Sarah Crawford and Emma Gautreau.
Lackie, who recorded double-digit strikeouts in each of Holden’s four playoff wins, was joined by teammate Emma Hutchinson, who also made the first team as a pitcher.
The Lady Rockets' other first-teamers are catcher Ashley Fogg, infielders Olivia Barnes and Kacey Breithaupt and outfielder Gracie Duffy.
Pitcher Joley Fortenberry, catcher Kalei Hughes, infielder Khristian Schexneider and utility player Alexis Hughes of Mount Hermon round out the first team.
P Emma Hutchinson, Holden
P McKenna Lessard, Maurepas
P Joley Fortenberry, Mt. Hermon
C Ashley Fogg, Holden
C Keegan Marchand, Maurepas
C Kalei Hughes, Mt. Hermon
INF Olivia Barnes, Holden
INF KK Vicknair, Maurepas
INF Kacey Breithaupt, Holden
INF Dru Bantaa, Maurepas
INF Khristian Schexneider, Mt. Hermon
OF Gracie Duffy, Holden
OF Sarah Crawford, Maurepas
UTL Emma Gautreau, Maurepas
UTL Alexis Crawford, Mt. Hermon
MVP | Olivia Lackie, Holden
Coach of the Year | Linzey Cifreo, Holden
P Kayleigh Nicholson, Runnels
INF Taylor Barfield, Holden
INF Sophie Treadway, Runnels
INF Alyssa Barber, Mt. Hermon
INF Anna Manning, Runnels
INF Carlie Aucoin, Runnels
OF Hannah Harris, Holden
OF Maci Scivicque, Maurepas
OF Emma Wilson, Holden
UT Hanah Sance, Holden
UT Denae Clark, Maurepas
Holden -- Kamrynn Ouber
Maurepas -- Madison Picou, Amelia Sharp
Runnels -- Jenny Cook, Sarah Soileau, Maddy Sutton