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Pulaski County places 10 on All-River Ridge District team

The coaches have spoken, and ten Pulaski County Lady Cougars are among those who have been selected for the 2008 All-River Ridge District Softball Team.
To receive this honor, you must first be nominated by your coach. After all of the coaches make their nominations, the group then votes on who they feel should be first team, second team, and honorable mention. To simply be nominated for this honor shows that you have played some fine softball throughout the season.
The first team is lead from behind the plate by catchers Sarah Cutright (junior, Hidden Valley) and Meredith Moore (senior, Cave Spring). First team pitchers include Sarah Mitchell (junior, Cave Spring), Abby Braughton (freshman, Hidden Valley), and Ellen Weaver (sophomore, Salem). The infielders selected were Megan Lombard (senior, Hidden Valley), Jamie Price (senior, Salem), Brandi Turman (senior, Pulaski), and Alex Bier (junior, Cave Spring). Playing in the outfield are Olivia Ferguson (junior, Cave Spring), Kat William (senior, Pulaski), and Kelsie Houck (junior, Hidden Valley). There were also two utility players selected, who showed great skill at more than one position. These players were Andria Hill (junior, Pulaski) and Kelsey Bradshaw (junior, Salem).
The Player of the Year was Meredith Moore of Cave Spring, while the Pitcher of the Year was Ellen Weaver of Salem. Katrina Kish of Hidden Valley was selected as the River Ridge District Coach of the Year.
The River Ridge District Second Team was also made up of players from across the district. Kari Ray Donavant (junior, Pulaski) was selected as catcher. The pitchers selected were Nichole Hinkley (junior, Christiansburg) and Miranda Tuell (junior, Pulaski). The infielders consist of Annie Lawrence (senior, Hidden Valley), Catlin Carr (junior, Salem), Shannon Sampson (senior, Hidden Valley), and Kayla Spurgeon (junior, Cave Spring). The outfield is made up of Colleen Hinson (sophomore, Blacksburg), Heather Luckay (sophomore, Hidden Valley), and Heather Williams (senior, Pulaski). The two utility players selected for the second team are Courtney Gaddy (sophomore, Cave Spring) and Nichole Holdaway (senior, Blacksburg)
Finally, there were several young ladies who received an honorable mention for their play during the season. Abby Barnet and Katie Stauffer of Salem were honored, as well as Courtney Cooper of Cave Spring. Christiansburg’s Traci Davis was selected, along with Emily Quinn, Leah Potts, and Chelsea Meyers of Blackburg. Pulaski and Hidden Valley placed the most players on the Honorable Mention list with four players each. From Hidden Valley Kari Myers, Kim McDow, Katherine Preserson, and Sabrina Kramer were picked. The four Lady Cougars selected were Sam Solomon, Tori Hale, Ashley Alley and freshman Kasey Holcomb.
Hidden Valley led they way in players selected with 11 total, while Pulaski had 10 players honored. Cave Spring did well with 8 players picked, while District Champion and Tournament Champions Salem only placed 6 players on the unit. Blacksburg had 5 players picked, and the last place Christiansburg Lady Blue Demons had two players selected.

Congratulations to all of the players who received this honor, which is a testament ot a season full of hard work, determination, and effort.

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Pulaski County places 10 on All-River Ridge District team

The coaches have spoken, and ten Pulaski County Lady Cougars are among those who have been selected for the 2008 All-River Ridge District Softball Team.
To receive this honor, you must first be nominated by your coach. After all of the coaches make their nominations, the group then votes on who they feel should be first team, second team, and honorable mention. To simply be nominated for this honor shows that you have played some fine softball throughout the season.
The first team is lead from behind the plate by catchers Sarah Cutright (junior, Hidden Valley) and Meredith Moore (senior, Cave Spring). First team pitchers include Sarah Mitchell (junior, Cave Spring), Abby Braughton (freshman, Hidden Valley), and Ellen Weaver (sophomore, Salem). The infielders selected were Megan Lombard (senior, Hidden Valley), Jamie Price (senior, Salem), Brandi Turman (senior, Pulaski), and Alex Bier (junior, Cave Spring). Playing in the outfield are Olivia Ferguson (junior, Cave Spring), Kat William (senior, Pulaski), and Kelsie Houck (junior, Hidden Valley). There were also two utility players selected, who showed great skill at more than one position. These players were Andria Hill (junior, Pulaski) and Kelsey Bradshaw (junior, Salem).
The Player of the Year was Meredith Moore of Cave Spring, while the Pitcher of the Year was Ellen Weaver of Salem. Katrina Kish of Hidden Valley was selected as the River Ridge District Coach of the Year.
The River Ridge District Second Team was also made up of players from across the district. Kari Ray Donavant (junior, Pulaski) was selected as catcher. The pitchers selected were Nichole Hinkley (junior, Christiansburg) and Miranda Tuell (junior, Pulaski). The infielders consist of Annie Lawrence (senior, Hidden Valley), Catlin Carr (junior, Salem), Shannon Sampson (senior, Hidden Valley), and Kayla Spurgeon (junior, Cave Spring). The outfield is made up of Colleen Hinson (sophomore, Blacksburg), Heather Luckay (sophomore, Hidden Valley), and Heather Williams (senior, Pulaski). The two utility players selected for the second team are Courtney Gaddy (sophomore, Cave Spring) and Nichole Holdaway (senior, Blacksburg)
Finally, there were several young ladies who received an honorable mention for their play during the season. Abby Barnet and Katie Stauffer of Salem were honored, as well as Courtney Cooper of Cave Spring. Christiansburg’s Traci Davis was selected, along with Emily Quinn, Leah Potts, and Chelsea Meyers of Blackburg. Pulaski and Hidden Valley placed the most players on the Honorable Mention list with four players each. From Hidden Valley Kari Myers, Kim McDow, Katherine Preserson, and Sabrina Kramer were picked. The four Lady Cougars selected were Sam Solomon, Tori Hale, Ashley Alley and freshman Kasey Holcomb.
Hidden Valley led they way in players selected with 11 total, while Pulaski had 10 players honored. Cave Spring did well with 8 players picked, while District Champion and Tournament Champions Salem only placed 6 players on the unit. Blacksburg had 5 players picked, and the last place Christiansburg Lady Blue Demons had two players selected.

Congratulations to all of the players who received this honor, which is a testament ot a season full of hard work, determination, and effort.

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