Olivia Harris

Olivia Harris

Four Scotland County Lady Tigers were honored by the coaches of the Tri-Rivers Conference, earning recognition on the league’s post season awards teams.

Miranda Holland and Olivia Harris were named to the TRC First Team All-Conference, with Randi Slaughter and Ashleigh Creek earning second team honors.

Conference champions Knox County took home the top honors, with pitcher Lauren Dale being named the league’s Most Valuable Player and Becky Barnhill winning Coach of the Year honors.

Joining Dale, a senior, on the first team were teammates, senior outfielders Shanna Elder and Paige Couch.

Also named to the first team were: Haley Bradshaw, senior, and Kennedy Childers, sophomore from Putnam County; Laney Schubert, junior and Megan Haley, sophomore from Schuyler County; and Kenna Michaels, sophomore from Milan.

Miranda Holland

Miranda Holland

Holland was named to the  first team after leading the Lady Tigers with a .508 batting average that featured 19 hits in 46 at bats. She led the team seven triples and was tied for the team high in doubles (5) and homeruns (1). She scored a team-best 26 runs and was second with 17 RBIs and 10 stolen bases.

Harris batted .413 with 5 doubles, one triple, and one homerun. She drove in 15 runs and anchored the Lady Tigers defense from the catcher position.

Randi Slaughter

Randi Slaughter

Slaughter, a senior shortstop, batted .382 for SCR-I. She led the team with 15 stolen bases and was second with 23 runs scored.

Creek batted .294 with a team high 18 RBIs as the cleanup hitter. The freshman handled the pitching duties for Scotland County, finishing with 100 innings pitched and a 3.15 ERA. She allowed 83 hits and walked 47 while striking out 107 batters, holding opponents to a .213 batting average.

Ashleigh Creek

Ashleigh Creek

The rest of the TRC All-Conference 2nd Team consisted of Amy Gudehus, senior, Madi Yoakum, junior and Madison McCabe, sophomore from Knox County; Jade Varner, sophomore and Jordan Hollon, sophomore from Putnam County; Brieanna Priebe, senior from Schuyler County; Kaylee Smith, sophomore from North Shelby; and Haley Mason, senior from Milan.