Gallia Academy had five players selected to the All-SEOAL softball teams for the 2014 season, as voted on by the coaches within the league.
The Blue Angels — who finished third out of five teams with a 4-4 league mark — had three players named to the first team and two other selections on the honorable mention list.
Senior Maggie Westfall came away with her third straight selection to the first team, while classmate Violet Pelfrey picked up her second straight nomination to the first team. Senior Kiersten Stanley also earned her first all-league selection as a first teamer.
Junior Kendra Barnes and freshman Jenna Meadows were also chosen as honorable mention representatives for the Blue Angels.
GAHS joined league champion Jackson and runner-up Warren with three first-team selections, while Logan and Portsmouth each came away with two honorees. Each of the five schools also had two honorable mention choices.
Jackson earned a clean sweep of the special awards as Don Kunz was named the coach of the year and Kacee Jenkins was named player of the year.
2014 All-SEOAL Softball team
Violet Pelfrey*, Gallipolis 12 P-3B
Kiersten Stanley, Gallipolis 12 1B
Maggie Westfall**, Gallipolis 12 OF
Kacee Jenkins**, Jackson 11 P
Madison Spohn, Jackson 12 1B
Whitney Wills, Jackson 12 SS
Nicole Beck*, Logan 12 OF
Faith Freeman*, Logan 11 P
Erica Seison, Portsmouth 12 P
Peighton Williams**, Portsmouth 11 SS
Kendra Lynch**, Warren 12 SS
Kylee Lynch, Warren 10 1B
Hailey Murdock*, Warren 12 OF
Player of the Year: Kacee Jenkins, Jackson
Coach of the Year: Don Kunz, Jackson
Honorable mention: Kendra Barnes and Jenna Meadows, Gallipolis; Sam Humphreys and Lauren Parks, Jackson; Morgan Robinette* and Mel Starlin, Logan; Gabby Guthrie and Keileigh Johnson, Portsmouth; Brandi Douglas* and Arri Schetter*, Warren
*—denotes previous season(s) named to All-SEOAL team. Freeman, Wills, Barnes and Humphreys were honorable mention in 2013.
Team selected by vote of league coaches. Each team was permitted two automatic honorable mention selections.
Final standings: Jackson 7-1, Warren 6-2, Gallipolis 4-4, Logan 3-5, Portsmouth 0-8