State runner-up Ozark led the way for the All-Central Ozark Large softball team with three first-team selections. Webb City had two on the first-team including league Most Valuble Player Kaitlyn Beason.
All-Central Ozark Conference Large
Lacy Resa - Webb City (junior)
Kaitlyn Beason - Webb City (junior)
Hailee Vigneaux - Ozark (junior)
Brittany Nimmo - Ozark (sophomore)
Kaycee Dexter - Ozark (junior)
Stephanie Eckhoff – Republic (senior)
Racheal Michaelis - Republic (senior)
Quincy Charleston - Carthage (senior)
Hannah Johnson - Branson (senior)
Taylor Gibbs - Nixa (senior)
Morgan Rathmann - Neosho (senior)
Molly O’Dell, Branson (junior)
Angel Serles, Republic (sophomore)
Miki Andrus, Willard (junior)
Krystine Sechler, Willard (senior)
Abby Clanton, Ozark (senior)
Desirea Burge, Webb City (sophomore)
Emily Harris, Webb City (freshman
Asia Bemo, Webb City (junior)
Bailey Spence, Neosho (sophomore)
Alex Leonhart, Nixa (senior)
Brook Kroger, Ozark (junior)
Rachel Dickinson, Branson (junior)
Morgan Lammey, Webb City (junior)
Kiyra Parker, Webb City (senior)
Sharice Ouellette, Nixa (senior)
Hailey Geller, Neosho (senior)
Hanna Hendrix, Willard (junior)
Emily Godfrey, Carthage (junior)
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