Rising Sun Wins ORVC Softball Title; Places Five On All-Conf. Team

The Lady Shiners will play Hauser for a sectional championship Thursday night.

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(Rising Sun, Ind.) – The Rising Sun Lady Shiners softball team stood above the rest in the Ohio River Valley this season.

Aside from winning the conference championship, the Lady Shiners placed a conference-high, five players on the All-ORVC Softball Team.

They are Sydney Bostic, Lindsay Montgomery, Sydney Pitts, Cora Poling and Kassidy Romans. Milan and Switzerland County were next best with three selections each.

The 2019 ORVC Mental Attitude Award went to Rising Sun’s Sydney Bostic.

Lady Shiners head coach Bryce Kendrick was named the ORVC Softball Coach of the Year.

The full 2019 All-ORVC Softball Team is listed below.

 

Emily Adams, Jac-Cen-Del

Sydney Bostic, Rising Sun

Courtney Bruns, Milan

Regan Carroll, Jac-Cen-Del

Taryn Cline, Milan

Jessie Duvall, Switzerland County

Maddie Duvall, Switzerland County

Morgan Mahoney, Southwestern

Lindsay Montgomery, Rising Sun

Sydney Pitts, Rising Sun

Cora Poling, Rising Sun

Abby Ralston, Southwestern

Kassidy Romans, Rising Sun

Kristen Snodgrass, Shawe Memorial

Lily Sparks, Switzerland County

Madelyn Tompkins, South Ripley

Ellie Waldron, South Ripley

Erin Widener, Milan

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