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Hockenbury, Keinsley earn All-State honors

Pitching for their respective schools, Corydon Central’s Jenna Keinsley and South Central’s Chip Hockenbury were recently honored as All-State mentions.
Keinsley, who was selected third team All-State, boasted a 26-8 pitching record and started each game for the Lady Panthers. In 2010, Keinsley pitched 217 innings, giving up 142 hits and striking out 267 batters. She allowed a measly 33 walks and finished the year with 11 shutouts and a 1.35 ERA.
Keinsley also did damage at the plate, carrying a .412 batting average. She had 49 hits, including 14 doubles, two triples and four home runs. She also drove in 38 runs.
The recent CCHS graduate concluded her career as the state’s leader in two statistical categories: most starts in a career (117) and most innings pitched in a career (751). She is also second in most starts in a season (34) and complete games in a career (114). She is also fourth in career wins with 83.
Right-handed pitcher Hockenbury was named Class A All-State honorable mention. The senior compiled a 9-2 record in 2010, including one save.
In 76 innings pitched, Hockenbury struck out 95 batters while walking 15. He closed the season with a 1.66 ERA. Hockenbury has signed to pitch next season for Hanover College.
Also in softball, Lanesville’s Ashley Schoen, a junior last season, was named to the All-District team. She finished last season 15-12 in the circle for the Lady Eagles.