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2019 Sports in Kansas 3A All-State Softball Team

Karma Fields of Frontenac named 3A Player of the Year from Sports in Kansas.
By: Sports in Kansas - Chet Kuplen
Jun 16, 2019

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Sports in Kansas has released its 2019 All-State Softball Team. Selections were finalized by Chet Kuplen of Sports in Kansas with input from several media members in Kansas, this is not the coaches association team or just its members. Teams were also selected after the conclusion of the season. While the selection process is never perfect we encourage cooperation throughout the season with info/stats sent into Sports in Kansas at sportsinkansas@gmail.com. 

2019 Sports in Kansas 3A Softball Player of the Year

Karma Fields, Frontenac, Junior 

Fields, a junior, carried the Raiders to its second state title under coach Cassie Rhuems. She worked 109.1 innings with a 2.05 earned-run average and a 14-4 record. At the plate, she batted .484 with a .519 on-base percentage along with a .905 slugging percentage. Fields had 46 hits, scored 36 runs and had 56 RBI. Fields earned the wins in all three state games, and had two doubles and three RBIs in the 7-5 final victory versus Silver Lake. Fields is also one of the best outfielders in the state but was needed in the circle this season. She is currently an uncommitted righty in the class of 2020. She is also an all-state basketball player for the Raiders earning second team 3A honors last March. While Fields helped lead the Raiders to their second state softball title in school history and has an entire season left. 

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Congratulations to Softball 3A State Champion Pitcher/Player of the year Karma Fields of Frontenac High School. Dr. Jill Saia Pile and the Saia Smile Center staff are proud of all of your accomplishments. Saia Smile Center is a proud supporter of Frontenac High School Athletics.

Congrats to Karma Fields and the Frontenac Raiders on winning 3A state softball and Sports in Kansas Player of the Year. Also, congrats to Coach Rhuems on winning the 3A Coach of the Year at Sports in Kansas. Labette Bank, - Mike Green - President - Frontenac Branch, are proud supporters of local athletics.

The Frontenac Booster Club would like to congratulate all of the Lady Raiders on their success over the 2019 season. Congrats to the 3A State Champs and SIK 3A POY Karma Fields as well as SIK 3A COY Cassie Rhuems.

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2019 Sports in Kansas 3A Coach of the Year

Cassie Rhuems, Frontenac

Rhuems led Frontenac to a 7-5 state title in 3A with a win against longtime power and defending 3A champion Silver Lake. Rhuems had a talented group that included Karma Fields, freshman standout Heather Arnett, along with Bailey Rhuems, Madison Davis, Raven Warren, Bria Ginavan, Morgen Hipfl, Kate Walrod, Jayden Wilderman and Emma Jessip.

Frontenac also won the Class 4A-II softball title in 2016 with Rhuems, the first softball crown in school history. Frontenac was the seventh seed in ’16 and a rare eighth seed to win a title this year. The 20-6 Raiders defeated top-seeded Cheney, 6-0, in the first round and beat St. Marys, 3-0, in the semifinals. Madison Davis was a key player on both state title teams and will play at Fort Scott Community College after she batted .487 and went 6-2 in the circle. Rhuems was eight months pregnant in each of the state title runs, and had her father, Francis Buche, on staff for title.Scott Fields, father of Karma Fields (3A POY), was also on staff with Rhuems. Rhuems has now coached 12 years and is the only coach in the rich sports tradition of Frontenac High School with more than one state title as a head coach. Rhuems (then Buche) was a standout senior catcher on the Fronteanc team who took second back in 2002 before playing at Pittsburg State. 

Congrats to Karma Fields and the Frontenac Raiders on winning 3A state softball and Sports in Kansas Player of the Year. Also, congrats to Coach Rhuems on winning the 3A Coach of the Year at Sports in Kansas. Labette Bank, - Mike Green - President - Frontenac Branch, are proud supporters of local athletics.

The Frontenac Booster Club would like to congratulate all of the Lady Raiders on their success over the 2019 season. Congrats to the 3A State Champs and SIK 3A POY Karma Fields as well as SIK 3A COY Cassie Rhuems.

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2019 Sports in Kansas 3A All-State Softball

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

P- Karma Fields, Frontenac

P- Josie Harrison – St. Mary’s

P- Abby Pressgrove – Silver Lake

P- Maguire Estill, Haven

C- Daryn Lamprecht – Silver Lake

C- Gracie Sullivan – Columbus

IF- Heather Arnett – Frontenac

IF- Riley McNemar – Galena

IF- Camryn Compton- Riverton

IF- Madison Davis - Frontenac

IF- Marritt Mead – Santa Fe Trail

IF- Alex Schreiner – Kingman

OF- Lexi Cobb – Silver Lake

OF- Kylie Hefling – Haven

OF – Kylee Scheer – Cheney

OF -Delaney Hess – Burlington

OF- Breanna Schroeder – Beloit

Util – McKenzie Odgen – Royal Valley

Util- Ellie Hogle – Silver Lake

DH- Taehler Watkins – Galena

Sports in Kansas Second Team All-State

P- Korri Lies – Cheney

P – Myka Watkins – Burlington

P- Carlie Kelley – Kingman

P- Taylor Boxberger – Hoisington

P- Grace Garrett – Jefferson West

P- Gracie Gallagher – Holton

C- Laney Shireman – Girard

C- Karson Brown – Beloit

C- Grace Utz – Holton

IF – Bailey Flewelling – Holton

IF- Kenzie Houser – Riverton

IF- Hallie Hay – Silver Lake

IF- Makennah Hernandez – Lakin

IF- Taylor Burkhardt – Silver Lake

OF- Jewel Lutz – Holton

OF- Abbey Underhill – Baxter Springs

OF- Kaiti Mefford – Burlington

Util – Darby Odle – Beloit

Sports in Kansas 3A All-State Honorable Mention

Lily Mooney – Columbus, Nahlil Fontanez – Columbus, Macy Gray – Columbus, Ella Holden – Chaparral, Maggie Mathes – Chaparral, J’Lynee Stolsworth – Chaparral, Marci Heatherly – Girard, Kamryn Kaminska - Caney Valley, Kenzie Lee – Riverton, Maddy Cole – Galena, Madyson Cox – Galena, Myra Megli – Douglass, Brianna Garrison – Kingman, Hayley Belt – Kingman, Aly Hageman – Kingman, Taryn Lonker – Cheney, , Lauren Barnes – Smoky Valley, Skylar Eidson – Hoisington, Lynzi Myrick – Larned, Kassidy Nixon – Hoisington, Kylie Hefling – Haven, Jenna LaRue - Erie, Makenna Kuehn - Cherryvale, Emilie Escareno - Eureka, Amy Smith - Neodesha, Lyndon Nunnely - Caney Valley, Alea Makings – Larned, Madi Tolle – Smoky Valley, Brook Brawner – Haven, Emmaly Dryden – Maur Hill, Riley Buss – Jefferson West, Jenna Elmer – Royal Valley, Maddie Saia – Royal Valley, Emily ALbirght – Royal Valley, Ella Dragone - Council Grove, Taylor Griffith - Council Grove, Paisley Butler - Council Grove, Jaedyn Miller - Council Grove,Keeley Honas - Council Grove, McKenzie Odgen – Royal Valley, Ashley Hammes – Nemaha Central, Lexi Lueger – Nemaha Central, Taryn Ganstrom – Nemaha Central, Maggi Hughes – Sabetha, Trista Arbabright – Sabetha, Gracie Folks – Perry Lecompton, Zoey Mitchell – Riverton, Danielle Weaver – Riverton, Halle Panter – Baxter Springs, Kennedy Krokrosia – Baxter Springs, Jodie Howard – Galena, Morgen Hipfl – Frontenac, Bailee Rhuems – Frontenac, Brayclen Lynn – Cimarron, Jenna Seabolt – Cimarron, Ashlynn Smith – Lakin/Deerfield, Rylee McDaniel – SW Heights, Tanna Anderson – Haskell County, Mercedez Martinez – Haskell County, Dani Klein – Hillsboro, Gabby Martinez – Scott City, McKenna Mayhew – St. Marys, Brenna Mulligan – St. Marys, Rachel Allen – Riley County, Sophia Haverkamp – Rock Creek, Laney Scott – Rock Creek, SKylre Stucky – Hillsboro, Peyton Blackburn - Holcomb, Kaitly Wokensdorfer - Scott City, Olivia Flores - Hugtoon, Paige Shroer - Colby, Brielle Bange- Colby, Emma Curry - Colby, Gracelyn Rupp - Holcomb, Ashlynn Shechter - Hugoton, Gabby MIller - Colby, Kennedy Stanley - Colby, Tori Ford - Scott  City, Yesica Calleja - Hugoton, Taitem Ketter - Goodland, Blair HOliday - Holcomb, Kamrie Miller - COlby, Brooke Drennan - Goodland