Banner Graphic 2013 All-County softball team
Jones led the county in batting average (.636), home runs (7), RBI (32), on-base (.675), slugging (1.091) and hits (42).
She stole three bases and was a leader on the infield and in the dugout.
Trisler moved to catcher this season and became a hugely impactful player.
She finished second in the county with a .569 batting average, 1.014 slugging and six home runs.
She led the county with 12 doubles.
Hewitt became a star almost immediately for the Eagles. She hit .526 with three doubles, three home runs and just two strikeouts.
As a freshman, she will be a factor for player of the year next season.
Varvel had an impressive offensive year with a .386 average, but shined with her versatility in the field. She played first, third, left and pitched for the Eagles.
She had a county-best 1.33 ERA in 47.1 innings.
Cundiff had a consistent glove at second base, covering first on bunts and flashing solid range. Offensively, she hit .418 and had two doubles and a triple.
She will be a leader for SPHS next season.
Gibson was the Eagles' workhorse on the mound and finished second in the county with a 1.73 ERA and third with 53 strikeouts.
At the plate she batted .522 and drove in 27 RBIs.
Surber was a true ace for the Cougars. She dominated opposing hitters with a 3.10 ERA and a county-best 201 strikeouts.
She led NPHS in hitting with a .421 average and three home runs.
Welch was second on her team in batting average (.312), doubles (seven) and slugging percentage (.403).
She was a confident and consistent shortstop for the Cougars, anchoring their solid infield.
The lone senior on Greencastle, Gobert led the team with her actions and words.
She carried a .340 batting average and was an aggressive fielder for the club while she patrolled left field.
Thomas was the Tiger Cubs' main supply of power on offense.
She hit a team-high six doubles and finished the season with a .300 average. She helped anchor the defense from centerfield.
Toney caught fire late in the season to help lift her team to a county championship and the sectional finals.
She hit .375 with six home runs (tied for second in the county) and led her team with 19 RBIs.
Coach of the Year
Knapp kept his team going through early-season struggles and gave them the confidence and support needed to come on late in the season.
The Clovers won the county tournament and reached the sectional final.