2010 All Cape Fear Region Softball Team
(as selected by the Fayetteville Observer)
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.
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
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
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
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
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
Hit .515 with five doubles, six triples and one home run. Knocked in 25 runs. Sported a .913 fielding percentage
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