Five parish softball stars receive All-State honors from coaches’ association

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.


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