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Lanesville, SC lead All-SAC spring awards

Semi-state runner-up and co-Southern Athletic Conference softball champion Lanesville, along with regional runner-up and SAC baseball champion South Central, placed several players on the All-SAC team.
The Lanesville softball program finished in a three-way tie with Henryville and New Washington for the conference championship, going 4-1. South Central was fourth at 2-3.
For Lanesville, Emma Zeller, Erica Daly and Amanda Pavey were named to the All-SAC team. South Central’s Samantha Turner was her team’s lone representative.
Lanesville skipper Rusty Cecil and Henryville’s Jenny Schroeder were named co-Coach of the Year in softball.
Rounding out the All-SAC softball team were Whitney Morris (New Washington), Emily Hollis (Henryville), Kayla Sexton (New Washington), Jessica Schmelzle (Crothersville), Brooke Shaw (New Washington), Sierra Elifrits (Henryville), Kristen Nestor (Borden), Coari Robertson (New Washington) and Ashtyn Kaskie (Henryville).
New Washington’s Morris was named Most Outstanding Player.
In baseball, South Central completed a perfect 5-0 season in league play. Lanesville placed fourth with a 2-3 mark.
Representing the Rebels on the All-SAC team were Jason Boston, Austin Knear, Spencer Ray and Jack Turner. Lanesville had two players on the 12-man team: Caleb Gresham and Brandon Blackerby.
South Central’s Boston was named the league’s Most Outstanding Player, while the Rebels’ coach Brian McKnight was selected Coach of the Year.
Also named All-SAC in baseball were Cody Reister (Henryville), Kyle Kruer (Borden), Caleb Gresham (Lanesville), Garrett Vick (Borden), Jimmy Needler (Crothersville), Dakota Harrell (Henryville) and Cory Snider (New Washington).
In the boys’ All-Sports trophy, South Central placed second with 24 points, seven behind Borden (31). Lanesville was third with 22 points.
For the girls, Lanesville placed second with 25.5 points, close behind overall winner Borden with 26 points. South Central placed sixth with 13 points.