Tate, Northview Players Named To All-State Softball Teams

June 11, 2017

Miracle Sports, the official website of Florida high school softball, has named several Tate and Northview players to their 2017 all-state teams.

The Escambia County area’s only First Team players are in Class 7A with senior outfielder Hayden Lindsay and sophomore utility player Shelby Ullrich, both Tate Aggies. The Aggies also had junior pitcher Hannah Brown named to the 7A Second Team and a Honorable Mention placement by Belle Wolfenden.

In 1A, Northview pitcher Tori Herrington and senior outfielder Peighton Dortch were named 1A Second Team, while Chiefs Kendall Enfinger, Aubree Love and Jamia Newton received honorable mentions.

CLASS 7A

First Team
OF ­Hayden Lindsay, Tate
UTIL Shelby Ullrich, Tate

Second Team
P Hannah Brown,  Tate

Honorable Mention
Belle Wolfenden, Tate

Class 1A

Second Team
P Tori Herrington, Northview
OF Peighton Dortch, Northview

Honorable Mention
Kendall Enfinger,  Northview
Aubree Love, Northview
Jamia Newton, Northview

Pictured top: Northview High School’s Tori Herrington. NorthEscambia.com file photo, click to enlarge.

Comments

One Response to “Tate, Northview Players Named To All-State Softball Teams”

  1. Cheryl cole on June 11th, 2017 8:33 pm

    GO MIA!!!!





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