All-District Teams announced for WCHS spring sports
by Andy Southard | May 17, 2018 12:43 pm
Last Updated: May 17, 2018 at 12:55 pm
The White County High School soccer team had one player on the first team All-District Team, and two members on the second team All-District Team. For the softball team, the Warriorettes had two members on the first team All-District, two members on the second team, and two members on the honorable mention team. For the baseball team, the Warriors had four members named to the First Team All-District team.
The WCHS soccer team’s only member on first-team was Cameron Dronebarger. Dronebarger was a big defensive stopper for the Warriors this season. The Warriors’ Tyler Seals and Elan Thompson were both named to the second team.
For the Warriorettes’ softball team, Paige Parker and Ellie Savage were both named to the first team, with Dani Auberger and Macayla Rogan getting named second team. Warriorettes Jessie Green and Megan Anderson were members of the honorable mention team.
Parker, a senior, handled a lot of the pitching for the Warriorettes. She finished the year with a 12-6 record and a 2.51 ERA. Parker also had 132 strikeouts on the season to only 31 walks. Parker also batted in the number three spot all season long for the Warriorettes. She finished the season batting .465 with 40 hits, 18 doubles, six triples, and three home runs. She also led the Warriorettes in RBIs with 38.
Savage, a freshman, was the other Warriorettes pitcher. Savage finished the season with a 6-6 record and a 3.45 ERA. She had 70 strikeouts in 54.2 innings pitched. Savage also batted in the leadoff spot for most of the season for the Warriorettes. She hit .343 for the Warriorettes with 24 hits, seven doubles, and a triple. Savage also played centerfield for the Warriorettes when she wasn’t pitching.
On the second team, Auberger hit .393 for the Warriorettes. She had six doubles, three triples, and two home runs. She also had 33 RBIs. Auberger also handled most of the catching for the Warriorettes and finished the season with a .979 fielding percentage.
Rogan finished the season with the third highest batting average on the season. She hit .392 with seven doubles and a triple. She also had 14 RBIs to go along with her stat line. Rogan also played third base for the Warriorettes all season long and finished the season with a .887 fielding percentage.
On the honorable mention team, Green finished the season with 16 hits, including one double and four triples. She also picked up 11 RBIs. Megan Anderson, who sat out most of the season due to a wrist injury, came on strong late and finished the season with four hits and three RBIs.
For the Warriors’ baseball team, the Warriors had Jason Maxwell, David Smith, Eli McDonald, and Macon Girdley all on the first team All-District.
Maxwell, who led the Warriors in hitting this season, f2ished the year with a .389 average. He had 28 hits, 11 doubles, and three home runs. Maxwell also led the Warriors in RBIs with 24 on the season. Maxwell was also the closer for the Warriors this season. He was a perfect 3-for-3 in save opportunities and finished the season with a .84 ERA.
Smith, finished second in hitting for the Warriors, finished the season with a .338 average, with 24 hits, nine doubles, and 13 RBIs. Smith, was also one of the Warriors’ district starters on the mound. Smith finished the season with a 4-2 record and a save. He finished with a 2.62 ERA while striking out 43 hitters compared to six walks.
McDonald finished the season with a .319 batting average. He had 23 hits and 12 RBIs. He was also the primary catcher for the Warriors and finished the season with a .992 fielding percentage, only making one error in 120 total chances.
Girdley finished the season with a .271 batting average. He had 16 hits and two doubles. He also knocked in seven runs for the Warriors. Girdley was the other district starter for the Warriors. He threw 28.2 innings on the season and was 1-3. Girdley finished the year with a 2.93 ERA and had 13 strikeouts. When Girdley wasn’t pitching, he was at second base for the Warriors. He finished the season with a .982 fielding percentage and had only one error in 56 total chances.