2018 Mirror softball all-stars
Kylie Thal C Sr. Philipsburg-Osceola
Notable: Hit .471, drove in 35 runs, had 13 doubles and hit five home runs for PIAA Class 3A champions.
Charlotte Farabaugh 1B Sr. Cambria Heights
Notable: Led Lady Highlanders with batting average of .511. Drove in 27 runs and had 12 extra base hit, including five home runs.
Olivia Smith 2B Sr. Central
Notable: Davis & Elkins signee hit .409 with 18 RBIs as one of the senior leaders on Central’s District 6 Class 3A runner-up team.
Sydney Reffner SS Sr. Everett
Notable: Hit .544, scored 28 runs, had 23 RBIs and had 12 extra base hits with a .623 on-base percentage for 15-win Everett team.
Casey Reese 3B Jr. Penn Cambria
Notable: Scored 23 runs, drove in 13, had 12 doubles and hit .456. Also went 7-3 with 1.69 ERA from the pitching circle.
Ashley Negley OF Jr. Central
Notable: Hit .487 with 21 RBIs, four doubles, a triple and a home run for state-qualifying Lady Dragons.
Maddie Lucas OF Jr. Philipsburg-Osceola
Notable: Hit a Mirror-coverage-area high 12 home runs, drove in 39 runs and hit .405 for state champion Lady Mounties.
Brooke Colledge OF Jr. Everett
Notable: Led all Mirror first-team all-stars with .607 batting average. Drove in 32, hit four home runs, two triples and nine doubles.
Emily Claar UTL Jr. Claysburg-Kimmel
Notable: Hit .439, scored 31 runs and drove in 27 with 10 extra base hits while helping Lady Bulldogs reach PIAA Class 1A semifinals.
Cameryn Feathers DP So. Central
Notable: Finished with 11 home runs, 35 RBIs and drew 17 walks while hitting .469 and catching for Lady Dragons.
Kam Harris P Jr. Philipsburg-Osceola
Notable: Led all Mirror all-stars with 43 RBIs. Hit 10 home runs and hit .459. Was 18-1 with 2.08 ERA and 121 strikeouts for state champs.
Jacie Martin P Sr. Everett
Notable: Pitched to a sterling 0.92 ERA with 101 strikeouts and finished 12-2. Hit .404 for Lady Warriors.
Emma Simmons P Sr. Bishop Carroll
Notable: Struck out 134 batters and walked just 10. Finished with a 2.48 ERA. Hit .490 with six home runs, 25 RBI and scored 18 runs.
Lexi Mulhollen P Jr. Glendale
Notable: Went 10-4 with 2.84 ERA for District 6 Class 1A runner-up. Hit .580 with three home runs, seven doubles and 26 RBIs.
Cate Baran P So. Tyrone
Notable: Struck out Mirror all-star team-high 152 batters and won eight games — the most in more than a decade at Tyrone. Hit .375.
Maizie Husick C Sr. Tussey Mountain
Lindsay Mowry 1B Fr. Bedford
Sydnie Reese 2B So. Penn Cambria
Hannah Thompson SS Sr. Philipsburg-Osceola
Haileigh Reed 3B Fr. Claysburg-Kimmel
Payton Whysong OF Sr. Chestnut Ridge
Makenzie Lukehart OF Sr. Glendale
Marlee Howard OF Jr. Bishop Carroll
Sidney Lewis OF Sr. Moshannon Valley
Kaity Corle UTL Sr. Northern Bedford
Jenna Ritchey DP Sr. Central
Kayla Diehl P Jr. Chestnut Ridge
Atlanta Milliron P Jr. Chestnut Ridge
Kaitlyn Kudlawiec P Jr. Northern Cambria
Paige Jones P Fr. Cambria Heights
Madison Knisley P Jr. Claysburg-Kimmel
Catcher: Alex Iseminger, Everett; Alley Jones, Tyrone; Leah Reed, Huntingdon; Ashlee Parrish, Northern Cambria; Lexi Strasser, Penn Cambria; Morgan Thompson, Bedford; Kristen Hewitt, Glendale; Brooke Boonie, Juniata Valley
First base: Elizabeth Kleman, Penn Cambria; Jordynn Robertson, Hollidaysburg; Elizabeth Frederick, Williamsburg, Theresa Dodson, Bishop Guilfoyle
Second base: Ella Pearson, Tyrone; Kelly Marchi, Hollidaysburg; Rachel Simpson, Philipsburg-Osceola; Olivia Reese, Glendale
Shortstop: Sydney Sheredy, Northern Cambria; Corrie Barnett, Tussey Mountain; Makayla Weyant, Chestnut Ridge; Meghan Cutshall, Hollidaysburg; Alyson Adams, Altoona; Carly Clark, Bishop Carroll; Alaney Vereshack, Glendale; Paige Beam, Juniata Valley
Third base: Carolyn McMullen, Cambria Heights; Tori Longenecker, Central; Kaitlyn Brunelli, Bedford; Rhianna Benton, Portage
Outfield: Mikalynn Bauman, Claysburg-Kimmel; Cassidy Swope, Tussey Mountain; Emma Garrison, Cambria Heights; Lora Davis, Penn Cambria, Kylie Adams, Philipsburg-Osceola, MacKenzie Keiper, Central Cambria
Utility: Abby Lobick, Cambria Heights; Kady Belinda, Juniata Valley
Pitchers: Dylan Claycomb, Central; Haley Schmidt, Bellwood-Antis; Catherine Miller, Huntingdon
(High honorable mention in bold)