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2010 All Cape Fear Region Softball Team
(as selected by the Fayetteville Observer)

First team

Brittany Bruce, Lumberton , junior, shortstop

Batted .537 with six doubles, six triples and a home run. … Named to Southeastern first team.

Jesse Crist, Jack Britt, junior, third base

Batted .564 for the season … Knocked in 24 runs, second most on the team. Sported a field percentage of .934.

Emily Hester, Fayetteville Christian, freshman, pitcher

Led the team hitting .500 for the season. … Posted on-base percentage of .635. … Finished 13- 2 on the mound with a 1.85 ERA and three no hitters — two of which were perfect games.

Leah Jones, Cape Fear, senior, shortstop

Set a new state record for home runs in a season with 18. … Named Mid-South player of the year. … Finished with a .550 batting average, 44 runs and 52 RBI. … Knocked 16 doubles.

Toni Jones, Gray's Creek, senior, catcher

Finished with a .528 batting average. … Knocked in 30 RBI. … Scored 24 runs and hit three home runs.

Sara Norris, Midway, senior, second base

Led the team with a .524 batting average. … Hit four doubles. ... Committed only three errors and had 17 put outs in the field.

Josey Oxendine, Purnell Swett, junior, pitcher

Finished with a 1.82 ERA and 110 strikeouts in 113 2/3 innings. … Led the team with a .506 batting average and 11 doubles.

Mary Katherine Pegram, Harnett Central, senior, pitcher

Named Greater Neuse River pitcher of the year. …Sported a 1.14 ERA … Struck out 122 batters and walked only 42.

Caitlin Sandy, Jack Britt, senior, shortstop

Hit .508 for the season. … Led the team with 33 hits, 28 runs scored and 14 doubles. … Made All-Cape Fear region squad four times.

Olivia Scarborough, Cape Fear Christian Academy, senior, pitcher

Batted .714 with three home runs. … Struck out 184 batters for a 0.26 ERA. … Named Carolina Christian Conference player of the year and to all-state squad. Committed to play at Campbell.

Lindsey Vicary, Cape Fear, senior, pitcher

Led Cumberland County with a 1.35 ERA. … Sported a 13-3 record. … Struck out 144 this year. … Named Mid-South tournament MVP.

Caroline Womble, Western Harnett, junior, shortstop

Batted .603 with eight extra-base hits. … Scored 28 runs and stole 19 bases. … Recorded only two errors and had a field percentage of .976.

Second team

Shae Barnes, Scotland, sophomore, center field: 
Hit .430 with four doubles and two home runs. … Knocked 21 RBI and scored 28 runs.

Kasey Dent, Lumberton, sophomore, catcher: 
Hit .450 with 19 RBI, seven doubles and four triples. ... Named to Southeastern first team.

Moira Dial, Purnell Swett, sophomore, third base: 
Hit .469 with a team-high 29 RBI and eight doubles. … Named to Southeastern first team.

Brittany Freeman, Cape Fear, sophomore, second base: 
Hit .425 with 12 doubles and 24 RBI. ... Selected to Mid-South second team.

Brittany Gibson, Scotland, senior, short stop: 
Committed to Pitt Community College. … Hit .427 with nine doubles and three triples. … Knocked in 17 runs.

Sarah Jackson, Cape Fear, junior, pitcher/designated hitter: 
Hit .450 with 18 RBI. … Finished 11-1 on the mound with a 1.47 ERA and 59 strikeouts.

Jessi Lane, Harnett Central, senior, second baseman: 
Hit .380 for the season. … Knocked six home runs, four of them out of the park, to go with 16 RBI. … Earned first-team all conference with a .987 fielding percentage. … Committed to Campbell.

Tori Williford, Harnett Central, senior, third baseman: 
Hit .391 with a .554 slugging percentage and 15 RBI. … Sported a .947 fielding percentage with 30 put outs, 59 assists and five errors. Named Greater Neuse River player of the year.

McKenzie Weaver, Jack Britt, sophomore, pitcher: 
Hit .438 with eight doubles and a team-best 29 RBI. … Finished 16-2 on the mound with 116 strikeouts and a 2.24 ERA.

Amanda Wells, Gray's Creek, senior, pitcher: 
Led Cumberland County with 168 strikeouts. … Was second in the county with 125 innings pitched. Finished with a 3.02 ERA and a 14-6 record

Kerstine Womack, Western Harnett, junior, pitcher: 
Hit .440 with 12 extra-base hits and three home runs. … Scored 39 runs and stole 25 bases. … Led the team as the starting pitcher, recording 56 strikeouts.

Khrystine White, Whiteville, freshman, center field: 
Hit .515 with five doubles, six triples and one home run. … Knocked in 25 runs. … Sported a .913 fielding percentage


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