Three Cedar Creek softball standouts and two from Choudrant have picked up more honors, with the Louisiana Softball Coaches Association naming them to the organization’s All-State teams announced Thursday.
Junior shortstop Sarah Adams, sophomore outfielder Allie Furr and senior infielder Riley Spradlin represented Cedar Creek on the Class A squad. Adams and Spradlin were two of six infielders chosen. Furr was one of five outfielders picked by the coaches.
Senior centerfielder Tori Martin and eighth-grade catcher Zoey Smith were the Choudrant standouts named to the LSCA’s Class B All-State roster. Both were picked as utility players, and they were two of seven competitors named at that position.
The Lady Cougars finished 17-11 and reached the quarterfinals of the Division IV state playoffs.
The Lady Aggies were 19-11 and almost made it to the Class B quarterfinals, falling 2-1 at Stanley after a blowout first-round playoff win.