2018 Sports in Kansas 2-1A All-State Softball Team

Wabaunsee dominates the 2018 All-State 2-1A list. (photo: Everett Royer)
By: Sports in Kansas - Chet Kuplen
Jun 27, 2018

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Sports in Kansas has released its 2018 All-State Softball Team. Selections were finalized by Sports in Kansas with input from several media outlets in Kansas. Input was also taken from coaches and athletic director nomination forms sent in to Sports in Kansas following the 2018 season, not prior. The form was available on our website for over a month and several notifications were sent out online from Sports in Kansas. This is not the Coaches Association Team, this is from Sports in Kansas only as we continue to expand in more softball coverage. While the selection process is never perfect because you're not going to have 100% cooperation, our main goal is to recognize as many deserving individuals as we can. The more info provided to us throughout the season, the better of it makes our coverage. 

IF YOU MADE THIS LIST BELOW ORDER YOUR SPORTS IN KANSAS ALL-STATE SOFTBALL PATCH - FIRST OR SECOND TEAM, OR HONORABLE MENTION ASAP BY EMAILING Chet Kuplen, Managing Partner of Sports in Kansas, at: sportsinkansas@gmail.com

2018 Sports in Kansas 2-1A Softball Player of the Year

Autumn Schreiner, Wabaunsee – Soph.

The sophomore tore it up in 2018 for the 2-1A state champion Chargers. She hit .516 with 47 hits, 28 RBI with 40 runs scored. She was a double machine as she had 19 of them in 2018, just three off the all-time state record of 22 in a season. Schreiner also had seven triples and three home runs. She was also 8-2 in the circle this season, one of those losses coming to 3A power and state champ Silver Lake.

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The Wabaunsee High School Booster Club would like to congratulate the 2018 softball team on the 2-1A state title and all of the players and coaches! Congrats on your postseason honors from Sports in Kansas!

Jocks Nitch of Topeka would like to congratulate the 2018 2-1A State Champion Wabaunsee High School Softball Team. Jocks Nitch of Topeka is a proud supporter of Wabaunsee High School Softball. Congrats on all of your success!

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2018 Sports in Kansas 2-1A Softball Pitcher of the Year

Ashtyn Jurging, Bluestem, Sr.

Jurging threw two no hitters this season as a senior and hit .547 with seven doubles, four triples, six homers and 29 RBI this season. She had 129 strikeouts in 75 innings pitched this season on the way to a third-place finish at the 2018 state tournament with a 20-6 overall record. Her pitching record was 10-4 and also picked up a save.

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Bluestem High School would like to congratulate Ashtyn on the 2-1A Pitcher of the Year from Sports in Kansas and also congratulate the 2018 Bluestem High School Softball Team on an outstanding season. Congrats to all player who earned postseason softball and baseball honors with Sports in Kansas!

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2018 Sports in Kansas 2-1A State Tournament Most Outstanding Player

Abby Oliver, Wabaunsee Jr.

Oliver, more known as one of the top basketball players in 2A Kansas, caught fire in the softball postseason for the Chargers. She had 10 RBIs at the 2018 state tournament, five each that came in the state championship and state semifinal. She had eight hits over three games in the tournament to lead her team to the state championship. She also had a very solid overall season, earning first team 2-1A honors after hitting .452 w/ 38 RBI. Oliver had 23 or her 38 RBI and 22 of her 38 hits in the month of May.

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The Wabaunsee High School Booster Club would like to congratulate the 2018 softball team on the 2-1A state title and all of the players and coaches! Congrats on your postseason honors from Sports in Kansas!

Jocks Nitch of Topeka would like to congratulate the 2018 2-1A State Champion Wabaunsee High School Softball Team. Jocks Nitch of Topeka is a proud supporter of Wabaunsee High School Softball. Congrats on all of your success!

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2018 Sports in Kansas 2-1A Coach of the Year

Brian Henry, Wabaunsee

Henry led the Chargers to the 2018 2-1A state title in dominating fashion at the state tournament. The Chargers (20-6) outscored their three opponents, 37-6, over the course of three state tournament games. They knocked off Republic County, 11-3, in the quarterfinal, before also beating Bluestem, 11-3, in the semifinal, then went on to capture the 2-1A crown, 15-0, over defending state champion Chase County in the title game. Wabaunsee record may have been a bit deceiving entering as they play in one of the best 3A leagues in Kansas, Mid-East League, that features teams like Silver Lake, St. Mary’s and Rossville. The Chargers hit .372 as a team with 20 home runs in 2018. Wabaunsee had 61 doubles, 20 triples and 20 home runs this season.

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The Wabaunsee High School Booster Club would like to congratulate the 2018 softball team on the 2-1A state title and all of the players and coaches! Congrats on your postseason honors from Sports in Kansas!

Jocks Nitch of Topeka would like to congratulate the 2018 2-1A State Champion Wabaunsee High School Softball Team. Jocks Nitch of Topeka is a proud supporter of Wabaunsee High School Softball. Congrats on all of your success!

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2018 Sports in Kansas 2-1A All-State Softball

First Team - Order patch by email ASAP: sportsinkansas@gmail.com

P- Choloe Enderud, Udall

P- Autymn Schreiner, Wabaunsee

P- Ashtyn Jurging, Bluestem

P- Cynae Wiley, South Haven

P- Audrey Tubach, Chase County

C- Alyssa Lohmeyer, Wabaunsee

C- Laken Vandegrift, Chase County

IF- Alexis Hafenstine, Wabaunsee

IF- Natalie Bevan, Bluestem

IF- Kyndall Clevenger, Bluestem

IF- Shyann Reid, Udall

IF- Allison Kearny, Valley Falls

IF- Kinsey Stuewe, Wabaunsee

OF- Abby Oliver, Wabaunsee

OF- Madison Loos, Udall

OF- Abbi Hill, Bluestem

OF- Brylee Potter, Chase County

Util- Jaycee Blazek, Republic Co.

Util- Alissa Heskamp, Spearville

Second Team - Order patch by email ASAP: sportsinkansas@gmail.com

P- Justi Sims, Sedan

P- Jordan Magette, Wabaunsee

P- Allison Kearney, Valley Falls

P- Stephanie Miller, Spearville

C- Kyleigh Poss, Udall

C- Shaylie Hamilton, Central Burden

IF- Cece Lockmiller, Chase County

IF- Dani Klein, Hillsboro

IF- Kirsten Oswald, Lebo-Waverly

IF- Makenzie Higgs, Chase County

IF- Olivia Brynds, St. Mary’s Colgan

IF- Hadley Schreiner, Wabaunsee

OF- Emma Enderud, Udall

OF- Samantha Crawford, Ellis

OF- Brittany MacLean, Republic Co.

OF- Jaycee Patton, Medicine Lodge

Util- Reagan Kirkwood, Valley Falls

Util- Reagan Kelley, Wabaunsee

Honorable Mention 2-1A All-State - Order patch by email ASAP: sportsinkansas@gmail.com

Tori DeCavele – Lyndon, Lizzy Murray – Northern Heights, Alexis Davis – Norhtern Heights, Drew Delong – Valley Falls, Rylee Waller – Medicine Lodge, Taylor Helmer – Hillsboro, Sarah Jost – Hillsboro, Dani Klein – Hillsboro, Ava Meisbeck – Hillsboro, Kaitlin Crossland – St. Mary’s Colgan, Tabby Claeys – St. Mary’s Colgan, Karley Brake – Oswego, Ryann Sheddrick – Oswego, Rileigh Vail – Oswego, Sivanah McAnutly – Uniontown, Mattie Collins – Yates Center, Brianna Mayfield – Chetopa, Karlie Stephens – Marmaton Valley, Reygen Spencer – Pleasanton, Maddie Ard – Uniontown, MaKenzee Franklin – Uniontown, Keeley Goodridge – Uniontown, Lindsay Dinnsen – Oswego, Sydney Rice – St. Paul, Madelyn Stoneking – St. Paul, Whitney Jimerson – Elkhart, Micah Hall – Elkhart, Kylee Richardson – Elkhart, Sarae Ricke – Spearville, Ella Weber – Spearville, Emma Morris – Republic Co., Sadie Graves – Republic Co., Olivia Mitchell – Lebo-Waverly, Haley Fisher – Lebo-Waverly, Kourtney Hansen – Marion, Corrina Crabb – Marion, Chisholm Warner – Marion, Tori Schults – Marion, Macie Dewitt – Inman, Baylie Ediger – Inman, Zizi Sebrant – Moundridge, Keira Sebrant – Moundridge, Bethany Stucky – Moundridge