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Crush Softball (Co-op with Louisville Public School)

2017 Team

TEAM ROSTER for CASS COUNTY CENTRAL CRUSH - 2017

No.NamePositionGrade
1Addy JonesIF9
2Katie Dettmann3B12
3Julie KatzP12
4Jennifer KatzP/OF9
5Reba WilsonUtility9
6Mackenzie Stohlmann2B12
7Madison MarchOF12
8Bailey HouchinIF10
9Maia JohnsonLF11
10Katrina ThomassenUtility12
11Megan KoczurUtility12
12Jordan WinklerIF11
13Meagan MacklingSS11
14Lauryn Kalkowski1B11
16Rylee StohlmannOF10
17Erin StohlmannIF9
18Taylor EssaryUtility11
19 Grace BanksOF10
20Grace Cave3B9
21Chrystal MeyerP10
22Kaylee TigheOF10
23Samantha ThomasCF12
24 Becca Adams OF 9
25Valerie KnottOF/C10
26Lauren VottaC9
27Danni BarkhurstUtility12

Co-Head Coaches - Kim Hammer and Molly Stieren

Student Managers - Tory Lamkins, Trey Lamkins

SEASON RECORDS:

2017: 16-15

2016: 13-15

2015: 6-23

2014: 6-19

2013: 15-10

2012: 10-15

2011: 15-13

2010: 22-13 ---4th Place finish at NSAA State Tourney

2009: 18-10

2008: 9-14

The coop softball program of Weeping Water and Louisville is completing its 10th year. The team had 26 girls this year and is playing a complete JV and Varsity schedule. The Varsity girls recently won the Syracuse tourney. They defeated Nebraska City 2-1, Auburn 3-2 and defeated Syracuse for the championship 13-4 in 5 innings. Maxpreps listed the team as having the 3rd toughest schedule in Class C this year. We competed well and ended up defeating Arlington by the mercy rule, who then went on to finish 3rd at State. We faced Auburn 3 times this season defeating them once and losing twice. Conestoga was also a constant in our season as we faced them 4 times. We faced state runner-up and conference champion Malcolm twice. We finished in 3rd place at our district. This was an outstanding year, although we didn't get to play in Hastings, we feel that our many successes on the field will serve future Crush teams as well as the future plans of the girls on this team. It was an exciting season!

2017 POST SEASON HONORS:

All-Conference: 1st team: Julie Katz; 2nd team: Meagan Mackling, Katrina Thomassen; Honorable Mention: Katie Dettmann, Lauren Votta

Omaha World Herald All-State: 2nd Team - Julie Katz: Honorable Mention: Katrina Thomassen, Lauren Votta

Lincoln Journal All-State: Honorable Mention: Julie Katz, Meagan Mackling

NSAA Scholar Athletes: Julie Katz, Danni Barkhurst

TEAM RECORDS:

Cass County holds the All-Class State Record for most bases stolen in a game with 23 vs. Lincoln High in 2011.

Maia Johnson shares the State Class C record for most RBIs in a game at 9, vs. Friend in 2017.