Edgewood’s Sarah Schiavone (20) rounds first base as Franklin’s Brooke Stover watches the ball March 28 during a nonconference softball game in St. Clair Township. Host Edgewood won 13-3 in six innings. RICK CASSANO/STAFF

2019 Journal-News All-Area Softball Statistics

BATTING AVERAGE

Player, School—AB—H—AVG

Jenna O’Hair, MAD—81—54—.667

Jenna Monk, CC—66—42—.636

Arielle Scalf, NM—55—35—.636

Regan Dorman, MAD—66—40—.606

Arianna Layne, MID—81—46—.568

Ashley Shelton, ROS—81—44—.543

Kaylee Lawson, CAR—85—46—.541

Kristin Earles, FRA—63—34—.540

Ally King, MAD—80—43—.538

Caitlyn Stewart, CAR—96—51—.531

Briahna Bush, CC—68—36—.529

» RELATED: 2019 Journal-News All-Area Softball Team

Lindsey Mitchell, FF—93—49—.527

Cassidy Hudson, LE—111—58—.523

Claudia Miller, FEN—92—48—.522

Grace Gressly, LEB—80—40—.500

Belle Hummel, LW—87—43—.494

JoJo Peregrina, LW—55—27—.491

Carly Metcalf, MID—62—30—.484

Sydney Larson, LE—88—42—.477

Abby Niehaus, LE—93—44—.473

Ashley Veldkamp, CC—81—38—.469

Sam Ross, MON—73—34—.466

Chloe Miller, FRA—70—32—.457

Cali Hoffman, LE—86—39—.453

Ashley Shannon, EDG—82—37—.451

Emilie Toney, ROS—56—25—.446

Erin Ridinger, CAR—81—36—.444

Emma Ball, LEB—50—22—.440

Jordan Shotwell, FF—75—33—.440

Abby Beckham, LE—94—41—.436

Emily Poling, ROS—92—40—.435

Jenna Smith, EDG—83—36—.434

Hailey Holtman, LE—81—35—.432

Lakota West’s Alyssa Triner smiles after making it to first base May 25 during a Division I regional championship softball game against Lakota East at Centerville. East won 2-1. RICK CASSANO/STAFF

Haylee Hook, FEN—77—33—.429

Whitley Arno, ROS—82—35—.427

Alexia Ploehs, ROS—87—37—.425

Mya Halcomb, HAM—59—25—.424

Audrey Masenheimer, LEB—85—36—.424

Camry Jenkins, NM—45—19—.422

Alyssa Triner, LW—64—27—.422

Abby Gustely, FEN—81—34—.420

Bailey Naylor, CAR—81—34—.420

Annabelle Thomas, FEN—77—32—.416

Bailee Gunnell, ROS—46—19—.413

Emma Kent, BAD—75—31—.413

Ashleigh Riffle, LEB—75—31—.413

Sydney Rawlings, BAD—78—32—.410

Kendall Forren, LW—49—20—.408

Katie Pearson, MID—81—33—.407

Sam Schwab, MON—69—28—.406

Ashley Earick, TAL—79—32—.405

Lilly Dennis, MAD—67—27—.403

Maddie Schaeffer, FF—72—29—.403

Kristyn Riley, NM—53—21—.396

Kaitlyn Justice, ROS—86—34—.395

Ali Lewis, LE—76—30—.395

Hannah Miller, FF—76—30—.395

Caitlin Smith, BAD—81—32—.395

Leah Hemmingsen, FEN—51—20—.392

Logan Mueller, LEB—79—31—.392

Madison Cureton, LE—72—28—.389

Ashley West, LEB—85—33—.388

Corey Weaver, LW—70—27—.386

Hannah Lightfield, TAL—65—25—.385

Ariah Peregrina, LW—86—33—.384

Erin Dyke, MON—71—27—.380

Sydney Feenstra, BAD—74—28—.378

Sarah Schiavone, EDG—82—31—.378

Natalie Elliott, FF—69—26—.377

Taylor Williams, LW—72—27—.375

Cameron Wesley, LW—62—23—.371

Lilli Hilsercop, HAM—95—35—.368

Badin’s Caitlin Smith (14) connects for a ground ball April 17during a Greater Catholic League Coed Division softball game against visiting McNicholas at Joyce Park. McNicholas won 4-3. RICK CASSANO/STAFF

Maggie Pierce, TAL—57—21—.368

Sabrina Dolph, MAD—52—19—.365

Merrick Heid, CC—63—23—.365

Trinity Icaza, MID—63—23—.365

Maiah Hodge, FF—83—30—.361

Kylee West, LE—86—31—.360

Emily Smith, LEB—70—25—.357

Sierra Bolen, CAR—45—16—.356

K.K. Mathis, LW—48—17—.354

Sidney Morris, CAR—82—29—.354

Taylor Johnson, MAD—77—27—.351

(45 or more at-bats)

DOUBLES

18 — Ashley Shelton, Ross

14 — Caitlyn Stewart, Carlisle

12 — Grace Gressly, Lebanon; Cassidy Hudson, Lakota East; Sydney Larson, Lakota East; Ashleigh Riffle, Lebanon

11 — Arianna Layne, Middletown; Claudia Miller, Fenwick; Jenna Monk, Cincinnati Christian; Abby Niehaus, Lakota East

10 — Regan Dorman, Madison; Hailey Holtman, Lakota East; Ariah Peregrina, Lakota West

9 — Casey Bramble, Lakota West; Merrick Heid, Cincinnati Christian; Kaylee Lawson, Carlisle; Lindsey Mitchell, Fairfield; Alexia Ploehs, Ross

8 — Erin Dyke, Monroe; Ashley Earick, Talawanda; Taylor Johnson, Madison; Jenna O’Hair, Madison; Hailey Reynolds, Hamilton; Sam Ross, Monroe; Arielle Scalf, New Miami; Caitlin Smith, Badin; Brooke Stover, Franklin

Ross second baseman Ashley Shelton (11) makes a throw to first baseman Bailee Gunnell (23) as pitcher Madison Minges (3) watches May 7 during a Division II sectional softball game against Wyoming in Ross Township. Ross won 17-4 in five innings. RICK CASSANO/STAFF

7 — Whitley Arno, Ross; Kae’la Barger, Talawanda; Bailee Gunnell, Ross; Ali Lewis, Lakota East; Audrey Masenheimer, Lebanon; Carly Metcalf, Middletown; Bailey Naylor, Carlisle; JoJo Peregrina, Lakota West; Sam Schwab, Monroe; Alyssa Triner, Lakota West

6 — Sierra Bolen, Carlisle; Madison Earles, Franklin; Emma Kent, Badin; Mackenzie May, Ross; Hannah Miller, Fairfield; Sidney Morris, Carlisle; Erin Robinson, Edgewood; Maddie Schaeffer, Fairfield; Jordan Shotwell, Fairfield; Ashley Veldkamp, Cincinnati Christian; Cameron Wesley, Lakota West; Taylor Williams, Lakota West

TRIPLES

8 — Briahna Bush, Cincinnati Christian; Kaitlyn Justice, Ross

7 — Jenna Smith, Edgewood

6 — Hailey Holtman, Lakota East; Kylee West, Lakota East

5 — Mya Halcomb, Hamilton; Cassidy Hudson, Lakota East; Ally King, Madison; Lindsey Mitchell, Fairfield; Jenna Monk, Cincinnati Christian; Sarah Schiavone, Edgewood

4 — Emma Kent, Badin; Kaylee Lawson, Carlisle; Arianna Layne, Middletown; Maggie Pierce, Talawanda; Arielle Scalf, New Miami; Caitlyn Stewart, Carlisle; Ashley Veldkamp, Cincinnati Christian

3 — Abby Beckham, Lakota East; Abby Gustely, Fenwick; Alyssa Langston, Lebanon; Jenna O’Hair, Madison; Erin Robinson, Edgewood

Carlisle High School third baseman Kaylee Lawson (left) and shortstop Caitlyn Stewart share a light moment after Lawson made a catch May 8 during a Division III sectional softball game against visiting Indian Lake. Carlisle won 2-1. RICK CASSANO/STAFF

HOME RUNS

12 — Jenna Monk, Cincinnati Christian

7 — Ally King, Madison; Lindsey Mitchell, Fairfield

6 — Kaylee Lawson, Carlisle; Arielle Scalf, New Miami; Ashley West, Lebanon

5 — Madison Earles, Franklin; Mya Halcomb, Hamilton; Kaitlyn Justice, Ross; Emma Kent, Badin; Ashleigh Riffle, Lebanon; Maddie Schaeffer, Fairfield; Sam Schwab, Monroe; Alyssa Triner, Lakota West

4 — Grace Gressly, Lebanon; Cassidy Hudson, Lakota East; Arianna Layne, Middletown; Audrey Masenheimer, Lebanon; Jordan Shotwell, Fairfield

3 — Madison Cureton, Lakota East; Lilly Dennis, Madison; Kristin Earles, Franklin; Cali Hoffman, Lakota East; K.K. Mathis, Lakota West; Mackenzie May, Ross; Chloe Miller, Franklin; Sidney Morris, Carlisle; Emily Smith, Lebanon; Caitlyn, Stewart, Carlisle; Cameron Wesley, Lakota West; Kayla Wooton, Fairfield

Talawanda’s Ashley Earick is between Hamilton’s Mya Halcomb (with ball) and Lilli Hilsercop on March 26 during a nonconference softball game in Oxford. Earick made it back to second base safely on the play. Talawanda won 4-1. RICK CASSANO/STAFF

RUNS SCORED

49 — Briahna Bush, Cincinnati Christian

48 — Cassidy Hudson, Lakota East; Jenna O’Hair, Madison

47 — Jenna Monk, Cincinnati Christian

43 — Ally King, Madison; Ashley Veldkamp, Cincinnati Christian

41 — Caitlyn Stewart, Carlisle

38 — Abby Beckham, Lakota East; Abby Gustely, Fenwick

37 — Kaitlyn Justice, Ross; Emily Poling, Ross

36 — Claudia Miller, Fenwick; Lindsey Mitchell, Fairfield; Ashley West, Lebanon

35 — Belle Hummel, Lakota West; Ashley Shelton, Ross; Kylee West, Lakota East

34 — Sydney Larson, Lakota East; Arianna Layne, Middletown

33 — Kristin Earles, Franklin; Logan Mueller, Lebanon; Beau Pagnard, Middletown Christian

32 — Casey Bramble, Lakota West; Sydney Feenstra, Badin; Mya Halcomb, Hamilton

31 — Maiah Hodge, Fairfield; Kaylee Lawson, Carlisle

29 — Annabelle Thomas, Fenwick

28 — Regan Dorman, Madison; Maggie Pierce, Talawanda

27 — Sara Fields, Badin; Cali Hoffman, Lakota East; Abby Niehaus, Lakota East; Ashleigh Riffle, Lebanon

26 — Madison Earles, Franklin; Sidney Morris, Carlisle; Bailey Naylor, Carlisle; Ariah Peregrina, Lakota West; Arielle Scalf, New Miami; Sam Schwab, Monroe; Ashley Shannon, Edgewood; Jenna Smith, Edgewood; Cameron Wesley, Lakota West

Fenwick shortstop Abby Gustely (8) has the ball as Haven Dwyer of McNicholas is safe at second base April 12 during a Greater Catholic League Coed Division softball game at Fenwick. McNicholas won 11-0. RICK CASSANO/STAFF

25 — Madison Cureton, Lakota East; Sophie Gephart, Lebanon; Lilli Hilsercop, Hamilton; Haylee Hook, Fenwick; Chloe Miller, Franklin; Erin Ridinger, Carlisle; Jordan Shotwell, Fairfield; Emily Smith, Lebanon; Alyssa Triner, Lakota West

24 — Audrey Masenheimer, Lebanon

23 — Emma Ball, Lebanon; Alexis Dillingham, Ross; Merrick Heid, Cincinnati Christian; Hailey Holtman, Lakota East

22 — Erin Dyke, Monroe; Corey Weaver, Lakota West

21 — Hope Carr, Lebanon; Ashley Earick, Talawanda; Maddie Schaeffer, Fairfield; Katy Trevino, Franklin

20 — Lilly Dennis, Madison; Erin Robinson, Edgewood

RUNS BATTED IN

59 — Jenna Monk, Cincinnati Christian

42 — Abby Niehaus, Lakota East

39 — Ally King, Madison

37 — Ashley West, Lebanon

36 — Alyssa Triner, Lakota West

35 — Abby Beckham, Lakota East; Grace Gressly, Lebanon; Kaylee Lawson, Carlisle

34 — Cassidy Hudson, Lakota East; Ashleigh Riffle, Lebanon

33 — Regan Dorman, Madison; Kaitlyn Justice, Ross; Emma Kent, Badin

32 — Alexia Ploehs, Ross

31 — Jordan Shotwell, Fairfield

30 — Whitley Arno, Ross; Chloe Miller, Franklin; Bailey Naylor, Carlisle

29 — Sydney Larson, Lakota East; Sidney Morris, Carlisle

28 — Cali Hoffman, Lakota East; Hailey Holtman, Lakota East

27 — Ariah Peregrina, Lakota West; Arielle Scalf, New Miami; Caitlin Smith, Badin

25 — Haylee Hook, Fenwick; Emily Smith, Lebanon; Brooke Stover, Franklin

24 — Briahna Bush, Cincinnati Christian; Kristin Earles, Franklin; Taylor Johnson, Madison; Erin Robinson, Edgewood; Cameron Wesley, Lakota West

23 — Madison Cureton, Lakota East; Abby Gustely, Fenwick; Ali Lewis, Lakota East; Audrey Masenheimer, Lebanon; Hannah Miller, Fairfield

22 — Kaitlyn Fritz, Cincinnati Christian; Maddie Schaeffer, Fairfield; Sam Schwab, Monroe; Annabelle Thomas, Fenwick; Kylee West, Lakota East

21 — Madison Earles, Franklin; Maiah Hodge, Fairfield; Lindsey Mitchell, Fairfield; Hailey Reynolds, Hamilton; Ashley Shelton, Ross; Sarah Spahr, Middletown Christian

20 — Lilly Dennis, Madison; Erin Dyke, Monroe; Haley Hibbard, Lakota West; Katie Pearson, Middletown; Sydney Rawlings, Badin; Sarah Schiavone, Edgewood; Jenna Smith, Edgewood

Hamilton’s Mya Halcomb (23) is about to take a swing April 18 during a Greater Miami Conference softball game against Fairfield at Hamilton. Fairfield won 16-0 in five innings. RICK CASSANO/STAFF

STOLEN BASES

41 — Arielle Scalf, New Miami

32 — Jenna O’Hair, Madison

24 — Mya Halcomb, Hamilton; Belle Hummel, Lakota West

23 — Brooklyn Adams, New Miami; Logan Mueller, Lebanon

22 — Arianna Layne, Middletown

19 — Brooklynn Adkins, New Miami

16 — Cassidy Hudson, Lakota East

15 — Kendra Smith, New Miami; Kylee West, Lakota East

14 — Ashley Shelton, Ross

13 — Makenzi Johnson, Ross; Jenna Monk, Cincinnati Christian; Alyssa Triner, Lakota West

12 — Camry Jenkins, New Miami; Ally King, Madison; Beau Pagnard, Middletown Christian; Kristyn Riley, New Miami; Ashley Shannon, Edgewood

11 — Casey Bramble, Lakota West; Regan Dorman, Madison

10 — Haley Hibbard, Lakota West; Lilli Hilsercop, Hamilton; Maiah Hodge, Fairfield; Brieley Proffitt, Fairfield; Jenna Smith, Edgewood; Sarah Spahr, Middletown Christian

ON-BASE PERCENTAGE

.714 — Jenna Monk, Cincinnati Christian

.697 — Jenna O’Hair, Madison

.667 — Arielle Scalf, New Miami

.644 — Regan Dorman, Madison

.628 — Arianna Layne, Middletown

.624 — Briahna Bush, Cincinnati Christian

.618 — Kristin Earles, Franklin

.613 — Mya Halcomb, Hamilton

.590 — Carly Metcalf, Middletown

Fairmont’s Julia White steals second base ahead of the throw to Middletown shortstop Arianna Layne on May 14 during a Division I district softball semifinal at Miamisburg. Fairmont won 7-2. RICK CASSANO/STAFF

.589 — Ally King, Madison

.585 — Claudia Miller, Fenwick

.583 — Kaylee Lawson, Carlisle

.570 — Sydney Larson, Lakota East

.563 — Leah Hemmingsen, Fenwick; Lindsey Mitchell, Fairfield

.560 — Cassidy Hudson, Lakota East

.554 — Caitlyn Stewart, Carlisle

.553 — Chloe Miller, Franklin

.551 — Ashey Shelton, Ross

.543 — Abby Beckham, Lakota East

.541 — JoJo Peregrina, Lakota West

.533 — Grace Gressly, Lebanon

.532 — Belle Hummel, Lakota West

.530 — Alyssa Triner, Lakota West

.526 — Ashleigh Riffle, Lebanon

.522 — Haylee Hook, Fenwick

.520 — Whitley Arno, Ross

.515 — Abby Gustely, Fenwick

.512 — Sam Ross, Monroe

.510 — Cali Hoffman, Lakota East; Jenna Smith, Edgewood

.509 — Emily Poling, Ross

.506 — Ashley Veldkamp, Cincinnati Christian

.500 — Bailee Gunnell, Ross; Hannah Lightfield, Talawanda; Logan Mueller, Lebanon; Maggie Pierce, Talawanda

.495 — Sydney Feenstra, Badin; Abby Niehaus, Lakota East

.494 — Emma Kent, Badin; Erin Ridinger, Carlisle; Emily Smith, Lebanon; Annabelle Thomas, Fenwick

.491 — Emma Ball, Lebanon

.484 — Hailey Holtman, Lakota East

.482 — Jordan Shotwell, Fairfield

.481 — Kayla Wooton, Fairfield

.480 — Camry Jenkins, New Miami

.478 — Bailey Naylor, Carlisle

.477 — Ashley Shannon, Edgewood

.476 — Sam Schwab, Monroe

.475 — K.K. Mathis, Lakota West

.474 — Cameron Wesley, Lakota West

.472 — Ali Lewis, Lakota East

.471 — Madison Cureton, Lakota East

.470 — Maddie Schaeffer, Fairfield

.466 — Emilie Toney, Ross

.465 — Maiah Hodge, Fairfield

.464 — Taylor Williams, Lakota West

.462 — Lindsey Vallarautto, Fenwick

.461 — Hannah Miller, Fairfield; Katie Pearson, Middletown

Cincinnati Christian’s Jenna Monk prepares to take off from second base May 10 during a Miami Valley Conference Scarlet Division softball game against visiting Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy. CCS won 5-4. RICK CASSANO/STAFF

.458 — Kristyn Riley, New Miami

.456 — Audrey Masenheimer, Lebanon

.455 — Kaitlyn Justice, Ross

.452 — Trinity Icaza, Middletown; Sydney Rawlings, Badin; Sarah Schiavone, Edgewood

.450 — Hannah Hemmingsen, Fenwick; Kylee West, Lakota East

(45 or more at-bats)

PITCHING

EARNED RUN AVERAGE

Player, School—IP—ERA

Jess Church, LE—39.0—0.72

Alyssa Wagner, MON—134.0—0.78

Briahna Bush, CC—137.1—1.02

Sydney Larson, LE—153.0—1.37

K.K. Mathis, LW—121.1—1.90

Rachel Berling, FEN—83.1—2.35

Chloe Miller, FRA—79.1—2.65

Samantha Iannarino, ROS—105.1—2.66

Carly Metcalf, MID—135.0—2.70

Emma Kent, BAD—137.1—2.96

Lindsey Mitchell, FF—97.0—3.10

Hannah Miller, FF—55.0—3.44

(2o or more innings)

Lebanon’s Ashley West and Ashleigh Riffle (45) lead the conversation with pitcher Megan Deem (44) during a break in the action May 17 in a Division I district softball championship game against Lakota East at Centerville. East won 3-0. RICK CASSANO/STAFF

WINS

22 — Sydney Larson, Lakota East (22-2)

20 — Briahna Bush, Cincinnati Christian (20-3)

19 — Alyssa Wagner, Monroe (19-2)

14 — Abby Goodpaster, Carlisle (14-8)

13 — Samantha Iannarino, Ross (13-5); K.K. Mathis, Lakota West (13-6); Lindsey Mitchell, Fairfield (13-3)

12 — Carly Metcalf, Middletown (12-11)

11 — Rachel Berling, Fenwick (11-3); Ashley Earick, Talawanda (11-12); Taylor Johnson, Madison (10-4); Emma Kent, Badin (11-12)

STRIKEOUTS

292 — Briahna Bush, Cincinnati Christian

275 — Alyssa Wagner, Monroe

255 — Carly Metcalf, Middletown

203 — Sydney Larson, Lakota East

137 — Emma Kent, Badin

109 — Rachel Berling, Fenwick

108 — K.K. Mathis, Lakota West

97 — Ashley Earick, Talawanda

92 — Haylee Hook, Fenwick

87 — Abby Goodpaster, Carlisle

72 — Mallory Davis, Hamilton

67 — Samantha Iannarino, Ross

62 — Jess Church, Lakota East; Lindsey Mitchell, Fairfield

61 — Megan Deem, Lebanon

Madison’s Ally King (left) and Jenna O’Hair react to an out May 13 during a Division III district softball semifinal against Deer Park at Wyoming. Deer Park won 6-3. RICK CASSANO/STAFF

TEAM RECORDS

Team—Conf—Over

Lakota East—17-1—30-2

Cincinnati Christian—13-0—21-3

Monroe—11-1—19-4

Fairfield—14-4—19-6

Lakota West—14-4—22-8

Fenwick—12-2—19-8

Lebanon—9-2—17-8

Ross—7-5—19-9

Madison—12-0—15-8

Carlisle—9-3—15-11

Badin—10-4—14-13

Franklin—4-8—11-11

Talawanda—6-6—12-12

Middletown—8-10—13-13

Edgewood —5-7—11-14

Middletown Christian—1-5—5-8

Hamilton—5-13—10-17

New Miami—5-8—5-10

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