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Tri-City All-Area softball team chosen


Team is laden with talent, Capac leads area schools with seven picks


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Capac third baseman Katelyn Kain looks to turn a double play after fielding a grounder during a non-league softball confrontation this past spring. photo by Kevin Kissane.

June 10, 2009
TRI-CITY AREA — From the first pitch to the last out, these players proved that they had a place among the best around.

Here is a look at this year's edition of The Tri-City Times All-Area softball team and the numbers they generated to earn that distinction.

Name: Ashley Mousseau

School: Capac

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Year: Junior

Years on varsity: Two

Position: Pitcher

Throws: Righthanded

Record: Mousseau fashioned a 10-10 mark this spring.

In 131 innings of work, Mousseau issued 33 walks and registered 91 strikeouts.

Batting average: She logged a .377 average, thanks to 13 singles, five doubles, two triples and one homer in 53 at bats. Her level of plate proficiency was second best on the Capac ballclub and fifth out of those who attained Tri-City Times All-Area first team status.

Mousseau also tied for her team's sixth highest run output, collecting 11.

Postseason honors: Mousseau concluded her third season on Capac's varsity as an All-Blue Water Area Conference first team selection.

Name: Alyssa Snyder

School: Imlay City

Year: Senior

Years on varsity: Three

Position: Pitcher

Throws: Righthanded

Record: Snyder put together a 10-7 record, with a 2.28 ERA, during the 2009 campaign.

In 101 1/3 innings, Snyder yielded 107 hits (90 singles, 13 doubles, three triples and one homer), issued 23 walks and struck out 117.

Batting average: Snyder ranked second on the Imlay City ballclub and tied for eighth out of those who attained Tri-City Times All-Area first team status with a .369 average.

She collected 30 singles, eight doubles, one triple and two home runs among 111 at bats.

Snyder also produced a .479 on-base percentage, logged her squad's highest RBI output (23), tied for her team's second highest walk total (five), registered her squad's third highest run output (15), supplied her team's fourth highest steal total (five) plus contributed his team's 10th highest run output (five).

Postseason honors: She wrapped up her third campaign on Imlay City's varsity as an All-Blue Water Area Conference first team choice.

Name: Mikayla Pardon

School: Imlay City

Year: Senior

Years on varsity:Three

Position: Pitcher

Throws: Righthanded

Record: Pardon managed a 4-10 mark, featuring a 1.92 ERA, this spring.

In 69 1/3 innings of work, Pardon gave up 48 hits (36 singles, 10 doubles, one triple and one homer), issued 32 walks, hit one opposing batter and registered 118 strikeouts.

Batting average: Pardon notched a .373 average, thanks to 26 singles and two doubles among 75 at bats. Her level of plate proficiency was best on the Imlay City ballclub and tied for sixth out of those who attained Tri-City Times All-Area first team status.

She also generated a .468 on-base percentage, notched her squad's highest steal total (10), tied for her team's highest run output (20), tied for her squad's fifth highest walk total (four) plus contributed her team's eighth highest RBI output (six).

Pardon struck out just six times en route to those numbers.

Postseason honors: She concluded her third season on Imlay City's varsity as an All-Blue Water Area Conference first team pick.

Name: Jamie Green

School: Capac

Year: Junior

Years on varsity: Two

Position: Pitcher/Outfield

Throws: Righthanded

Record: Green wound up with a 6-1 record during the 2009 campaign.

In 48 innings, Green issued nine walks and struck out 26.

Batting average: Green ranked fourth on the Capac ballclub and 10th out of those who attained Tri-City Times All-Area first team status with a .368 average.

She supplied 17 singles, two doubles and two triples among 57 at bats.

Green also amassed her squad's ninth highest run output (eight).

Name: Natalie Maynard

School: Dryden

Year: Junior

Years on varsity: Three

Position: Pitcher

Throws: Righthanded

Record: Maynard won eight games for Dryden this spring.

She struck out 182 batters en route.

Batting average: Maynard amassed a .513 average, ranking her second on the Dryden ballclub and out of those players who attained Tri-City Times All-Area first team status.

She collected 30 singles, eight doubles, one triple and two home runs among 81 at bats.

Maynard also produced her team's second highest RBI output (24) and supplied her squad's fourth highest run output (13).

Postseason honors: She finished her third campaign on Dryden's varsity as an All-District first team choice and All-North Central Thumb League honorable mention pick.

Name: Lynsey Marchwinski

School: Dryden

Year: Senior

Years on varsity: Three

Position: Catcher

Batting average: Marchwinski ranked fourth on the Dryden squad and tied for eighth among Tri-City Times All-Area first team honorees with a .369 average during the 2009 campaign.

She managed 30 singles and four doubles in 88 at bats.

Marchwinski also contributed her team's second highest run output (24) and her squad's fourth highest RBI total (14) to Dryden's cause.

Name: Laura Pewinski

School: Capac

Year: Senior

Years on varsity: Three

Position: Catcher

Batting average: Pewinski furnished a .351 average, thanks to 16 singles, three doubles and one triple among 57 at bats. Her level of plate proficiency was good enough for fifth on the Capac ballclub and 11th out of those who attained Tri-City Times All-Area first team status this spring.

She also tied for her team's seventh highest run output (11).

Postseason honors: Pewinski finished her third season on Capac's squad as an All-Blue Water Area Conference honorable mention choice.

Name: Katelyn Kain

School: Capac

Year: Junior

Years on varsity: Three

Position: Third base

Batting average: Kain ranked seventh on the Capac squad and 14th among Tri-City Times All-Area first team honorees with a .322 average during the 2009 campaign.

She supplied 14 singles, three doubles and two triples in 59 at bats.

Kain also generated her team's second highest run output, amassing 18.

Name:Sarah DeCeuninck

School: Dryden

Year: Senior

Years on varsity: Three

Position: Shortstop/first base

Batting average: DeCeuninck posted a .577 average, thanks to 32 singles, five doubles, six triples and two home runs among 78 at bats. Her level of plate proficiency was good enough for first on the Dryden ballclub and out of those who attained Tri-City Times All-Area first team status this spring.

She also notched her team's top RBI output (37) and registered her squad's third highest run total (22).

Postseason honors: DeCeuninck wrapped up her third season on Dryden's varsity as an All-North Central Thumb League first team pick for her prowess as a first shortstop and was named to the Division 4 New Lothrop District first team lineup at first base.

Name: Darcie Ball

School: Capac

Year: Sophomore

Years on varsity: Two

Position: Shortstop

Batting average: Ball ranked first on the Capac squad and fourth among Tri-City Times All-Area first team honorees with a .454 average during 2009 campaign.

She had 39 singles and one double in 88 at bats.

Ball also contributed a team-high 28 runs to Capac's cause.

Postseason honors: She ended her second season on Capac's varsity as an All-Blue Water Area Conference first team selection.

Name: Katie Mailloux

School: Capac

Year: Senior

Years on varsity: Two

Position: Second base

Batting average: Mailloux logged a .342 average, thanks to 11 singles, one double and one triple among 38 at bats. Her level of plate proficiency was good enough for sixth on the Capac ballclub and 13th out of those who attained Tri-City Times All-Area first team status this spring.

She also amassed her team's third highest run output (15).

Name: Mandi Jones

School: Dryden

Year: Senior

Years on varsity: Four

Position: First base/third base

Batting average: Jones ranked third on the Dryden squad and among Tri-City Times All-Area first team honorees with a .494 average during the 2009 campaign.

She managed 32 singles, eight doubles and four triples in 89 at bats.

Jones also contributed a team-high 29 runs and supplied her squad's third highest RBI output (21).

Postseason honors: She watched her four-year stint on Dryden's varsity conclude as an All-North Central Thumb League second team selection.

Name: Charlotte Clark

School: Capac

Year: Senior

Years on varsity: Three

Position: Centerfield

Batting average: Clark wound up with a .373 average thanks to 18 singles, five doubles, one triple and one homer among 53 at bats. Her level of plate proficiency was good enough for third on the Capac ballclub and tied for sixth among those who attained Tri-City Times All-Area first team status this spring.

She also tied for her team's seventh highest run output (11).

Postseason honors: Clark wrapped up her third year on Capac's varsity as an All-Blue Water Area Conference honorable mention pick.

Name: Alyssa Dawson

School: Imlay City

Year: Junior

Years on varsity: Two

Position: Centerfield

Batting average: Dawson ranked third on the Imlay City squad and 12th among Tri-City Times All-Area first team honorees with a .349 average during the 2009 campaign.

She generated 31 singles, six doubles and one triple in 109 at bats.

Dawson also sported a .434 on-base percentage, tied for her team's second highest walk output (five), managed her squad's third highest RBI total (20), logged her team's third highest run output (15), produced her squad's third highest steal total (six) and was hit by a pitch one time.

Postseason honors: She wrapped up her second year on Imlay City's squad as an All-District selection and an All-Blue Water Area Conference honorable mention choice.

Second team- Terra Volmering, catcher, Imlay City; Brianna Jackman, third base, Imlay City; Cortney Lowney, third base/first base, Dryden; Chandler Katkic, shortstop, Imlay City; Jessica Collins, second base, Almont; Chelsea Thompson, second base, Imlay City; Lindsay Ladzinski, first base, Almont; Taylor Smith, outfield, Capac; and Erica Crawford, outfield, Almont.

Coach of the Year - Tom Mailloux, who directed Capac to a 16-11 overall mark and a 9-5 Blue Water Area Conference showing, earns Tri-City Times All-Area Coach of the Year honors.

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