Tagen Levao rounds third base for the Locust Grove Lady Wildcats during a 2019 game.

Locust Grove’s Tagen Levao headlined the All-Region 4-AAAAA Softball Team, selected recently by the league’s coaches.

Levao was named the region’s player of the year.

The first-team infielders included Locust Grove’s Katie Parker, Ola’s Jacie Jenkins, Mikhia Volley and Madison Norrell and the Union Grove pair of Caroline Barrett and Aayanah Hughes. They were joined by first-team outfielders Mia Rockhold of Woodland, Madison Humber of Ola, Jamison Brockenbrough of Locust Grove and Ashton Stevens of Union Grove, as well as first-team catchers Ella Rieske of Ola and Skylar Elkins of Locust Grove.

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Ola’s Sophia Donaldson, Locust Grove’s Ansley West and Eagle’s Landing’s Jasmine Brown made the first team at designated player/utility, and the first-team pitchers were the Ola duo of Kaylee Harris and Haley Moses, along with Locust Grove’s Summer McCranie.

The second-team all-region selections included Woodland’s Jordynn Shirley, Ailand Pickett and Raegen Ford, Ola’s Maela Smith and Jasmin Stewart, Stockbridge’s Janiya Johnson and Mariyah Brown, Locust Grove’s Haleigh Henry, Eagle’s Landing’s Jada Day and Taylor Orr and Dutchtown’s Kaitlyn Gardner-Lewis.

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