VYPE+ Softball Players of the Week (Sept. 25)

Last Updated: September 27, 20236.6 min read

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Players of the Week

Brynne Woodress, Mangum — Gave up one run in two wins with 23 strikeouts during the regional tournament and scored the winning run in the regional championship game.

Kadynce Delt, Howe So. — Threw 12 Ks in a 3-2 loss at Broken Bow and only gave up two earned runs. Secured three wins in the circle during regionals while throwing a combined 27 strikeouts. Batted 8-14 with five singles and two home runs.

Jordyn Hook, Tishomingo Jr. — Went 5-7 with a .714 batting average, a .714 on-base percentage, two doubles, two RBI, three runs, zero Ks, a stolen base and six putouts in the outfield last week. Had a perfect fielding percentage. Went 3-4 in one game with two doubles, three runs and two RBI. Leads the Indians in batting average and RBI this season.

Ella LaBounty, Warner Fr. — Threw 16 strikeouts and a one-hitter against Allen. Hit two home runs and had four RBI with two intentional walks in a 7-0 win and threw 62 strikes on 82 pitches. Held Pocola scoreless in five of six innings pitches. Struck out seven batters.

Noreli Brown, Midwest City So. — Pitched 26.1 innings last week with 49 strikeouts.

Liyah Dauman, Prague — Centerfielder hit 12-14 for an average of .857, one double, one triple, eight runs and 11 stolen bases and was perfect in the field.

Prague’s Liyah Dauman (courtesy Prague High School)

Honorable Mentions

Emma Holland, Dewey Sr. — Hit .500 against Verdigris and drove in a run. Also had an RBI against Inola.

Avery Beauchamp, Silo — Had a big performance in the regional tournament, hitting 9-11 with five runs, three RBI and three stolen bases.

Kelsi Hilton, Sand Springs Sr. — Leads the Sandites with a .425 batting percentage, 16 RBIs and .976 fielding percentage this season. Holds a 5-2 record on the mound. Batted .420 last week.

Brynlee Frame, Skiatook — Hit .500 with four singles, a double, an RBI, three runs, one BB and zero Ks.

Skiatook’s Brynlee Frame (courtesy Brynlee Frame)

Brianna Butler, Elk City Sr. — Went 5-9 with six RBI and a home run. Scored twice.

Lyla Frederick, Edmond Santa Fe — Hit .462 and was 6-13 at the plate scoring one run, six hits and six RBI. A player who “leads by example and really had a good week,” said coach Rhonda Lawson.

Emily Parsons, Mulhall-Orlando Sr. — Went 14-22 with five doubles, two home runs, 13 runs and 12 RBI in five games. Had two home runs against Macomb in districts, including the tying run in the bottom of the eighth inning.

Mulhall-Orlando’s Emily Parsons (courtesy Mulhall-Orlando High School)

Emmy Rouse, Crossings Christian So. — Batted .500 with a home run and finished the season with a team-leading .482 batting average.

Dasia Mason, Coweta — Recently came back from an injury and, in her first game not having limitations, pitched 10 innings and earned a win over Pryor, where she gave up five hits and one run.

Annika Dill, Poteau — Went 14-16 at the plate last week, hitting .875 with three doubles, one triple and 12 RBI. Went 2-0 pitching eight innings in two complete games and gave up three hits and no runs.

Sabrina Gilbert, Navajo Jr. — Caught 14 innings and had zero passed balls and caught 1-1 baserunners stealing. Was 7–11 at the plate with one double, one triple and four RBI.

Navajo’s Sabrina Gilbert (courtesy Navajo High School)

Adelaide Haack, Westmoore Sr. — A “calming presence” for the Jaguars, said coach Jenny Rollins, Haack led the team with a .444 BA and .933 fielding percentage and made several clutch plays.

Ryleigh Tiger, Holdenville Sr. — Hit .500 with a slugging percentage of .833 last week. Hit a single and two doubles and posted a 1.000 fielding percentage.

Holdenville’s Ryleigh Tiger (courtesy Holdenville High School)

Layla Sons, Panama Sr. — Led Panama to a five-game win streak while going 10-18 with three home runs and 10 RBI.

Madison Nance, Okarche — Had 12 at-bats with nine hits, five singles, one triple and three home runs. Had eight RBI and four walks. Pitched 14.2 innings with 21 strikeouts and a 1.000 fielding percentage.

Okarche’s Madison Nance (courtesy Okarche High School)

Jaycee McFerrin, Hollis So. — Had an 18-K game followed by wins in all three playoff games to clinch a spot in the Class A regional tournamnet next week. Has a staggering 223 strikeouts in the circle this season.

Kammie Smith, Kiefer — Hit a game-winning three-run home run.

Addie Martin, Crossings Christian — Went 3-1 in the regional tournament and pitched two gems to beat Heritage Hall. Struck out 28 batters through 22 innings.

Crossings Christian’s Addie Martin (courtesy Crossings Christian High School)

Layla Menhusen, Bethel — Hit .500 in the regional tournament and was 4-8, one BB, three RBI, three SB and four runs scored. Caught every inning.

Emily Moore, Depew — Hit two home runs and drove in four during a key district matchup this week. Had three hits in five at-bats, bringing in three-runs the game prior.

Kady Tillery, Laverne Sr. — Hit .545 with two home runs, four doubles, a triple, scored eight runs and 11 RBI. Was only struck out once while being walked thrice.

Chelsea Goddard, Bartlesville Sr. — Hit .600 with three doubles, seven runs and seven RBI.

Bartlesville’s Chelsea Goddard (courtesy Bartlesville High School)

Chesney Inglett, Choteau — Was 16-19 at the plate last week with 10 RBI, three doubles and two triples with five runs, three stolen bases and two BB.

Shelby Courtney, Davis — Batted .635 in the regional tournament and hit two home runs, the second a seventh-inning walk-off.

Jill Scott, Pawnee Sr. — Four-year starter posted a batting average of .364, on-base percentage of .464, slugging percentage of .545 and fielding percentage of 1.000.

Pawnee’s Jill Scott (courtesy Pawnee High School)

Lily Hance, Union Sr. — Hit 6-9 to lead the Redhawks.

Abbi Godfrey, Shidler — Had 21 strikeouts during the district tournament. Batted .700 over four games with two doubles and a triple.

Marley Teasley, Weatherford — Had five wins in 20 innings pitched. Gave up no earned runs on six hits while striking out 36. Batted 16-21 with seven singles, one double, one triple, seven home runs and 21 RBI.

Maddie Biswell, Mount St. Mary — Batted .538 with a 1.330 OPS, .714 OBP, .615 SLG with 10 RBI, 10 runs, 10 walks and five stolen bases.

Mount St. Mary’s Maddie Biswell (courtesy Mount St. Mary High School)

Reagan Wade, Stuart — Went 3-4 with two home runs and six RBI against No. 7 Dewer, one for three runs and one for two runs.

Sabre Henderson, Minco — Went 11-13 with eight singles, two doubles, one triple and seven RBI in the regional tournament. Had two wins in the circle striking out 10 and giving up two runs in eight innings.

Minco’s Sabre Henderson (courtesy Minco High School)

Kaiden “KK” Spidell, Frontier Jr. — Had seven RBI, two stolen bases and a fielding percentage. Leads the Lady Mustangs with a .579 batting average, 1.079 slugging percentage and 57 RBI.

Riley Hayes, Altus — Hit .500 over five games with three doubles, seven RBI and an OBP of .789. Caught every game and had 14 PO and three caught-stealing.

Haley Gallo, Guthrie — Went 6-8 in four games with two triples, two home runs, 10 RBI and seven runs. Posted an OBP of .818.

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