McDONOUGH — Softball found its fair share of top plays and history this year in Henry County and Region 4-AAAAA was no stranger to it all.

The All-Region softball list for Region 4-AAAAA finds Locust Grove High, the three-time state champions, win the Coach, Player and Pitcher of the Year awards.

Chris Davis was named this years Coach of the Year following the third straight state title with Skylar Elkins being named the Player of the Year. Pitcher of the Year honors fell to Clemson-commit Brooke McCubbin.

First Team Infielders

♦ Jordan Caple — Woodland High

♦ Leslie Cochran — Union Grove High

♦ Mackenzie Kilpatrick — Jones County

♦ Madison Bennett — Jones County

♦ Mikiha Volley — Ola High

♦ Sophia Donaldson — Ola High

First Team Outfielders

♦ Anyla Fulton — Woodland High

♦ Ashleigh Mead — Union Grove High

Stephanie Youngblood — Jones County♦

♦ Jamison Brockenbrough — Locust Grove High High

♦ Morgan Sena — Ola High

First Team Catcher

♦ Shea Starks — Ola High

First Team DP/Utility

♦ Destin Howard — Jones County

♦ Marley Holmes — Ola High

First Team Pitchers

♦ Layla Barron — Locust Grove High

♦ Savannah Williams — Jones County

Second Team Infielders

♦ Toni Waczkowski — Eagle’s Landing High

♦ Anslie Mosel — Union Grove High

♦ Tagen Levao — Locust Grove High

♦ Aayanah Hughes — Union Grove High

♦ Rachel Sneed — Eagle’s Landing High

♦ Bella Morton — Locust Grove High

Second Team Outfielders

♦ Claire Marston — Union Grove High

♦ Kelly Kight — Locust Grove High High

♦ Hope Mask — Ola High

♦ Heather Dickerson — Ola High

♦ Makinsey Long — Jones County

Second Team Catcher

♦ Raegen Ford — Woodland High

Second Team Pitchers

♦ Katelyn Minnihan — Woodland High

♦ Kenzie Forrester — Jones County

Honorable Mention:


♦ Jordan Edwards — Eagle’s Landing High

♦ Janiya Mendoza — Eagle’s Landing High

♦ Kloey Goins — Jones County

♦ Madison Norrell — Ola High

♦ Amaya Harris — Dutchtown


♦ Caroline Barrett — Union Grove High


♦ Courtney Dorsey — Union Grove High

♦ Mattie Cash — Ola High

♦ Kaylee Harris — Ola High

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Sports Editor

Graduated from South Carolina State University in 2015. Been with the Henry Herald and Clayton News in two capacities as a sports journalist and interim sports editor.

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