Kayla Kilcrease and Kamiya Haynes led the way for the Kerens LadyCats as they were both named to the 19-1A All-District softball team.
Three other LadyCats — Taylor Ames, Hannah Hall and Bailey Wade — were named to the second team.
Kilcrease, who is an All-Golden Circle volleyball player and also plays basketball, led the way after having a monster season at the plate, where she batted .800 with two home runs, nine doubles and 24 RBI's. She also stole 13 bases and had a 1.000 percent fielding average in the outfield.
Haynes, a freshman, was an impact player at Kerens. She batted .619 with 10 doubles and three triples. She stole 10 bases and drove in 15 runs.
Ames, a three-time Golden Circle Player of the Year in basketball, made the second team at shortstop. She hit .562 and was 7-for-7 in stolen bases. Wade played second base and hit .533 as the middle of the infield came through all season for Kerens.
Hannah Hall, who won the state title in powerlifting, was the anchor for Kerens as the team's catcher. She made the second team after batting .430 for the season.
District 19-1A All-District Softball Team
District MVP – Kimberly Hughes - Cayuga
Offensive MVP – Kelsee Wade - Neches
Defensive MVP – Anika Barbosa - Cayuga
Pitcher of the Year – Katie Greve - Neches
Newcomer of the Year – Maci Mattingly – Cross Roads
Kayla Kilcrease – Kerens
Kamiya Haynes - Kerens
Presley Luce – Cayuga Brooklyn Snider – Trinidad
Maci Poland – Cayuga Emily Airheart – Trinidad
Grace Ann Kelley – Cayuga Kelsi Lookabaugh – Cross Roads
McKay-Lee Chapman – Neches Kaitlin Gordon – Cross Roads
Avery Nunn – Neches Savannah Himes – Cross Roads
Taylor Ames – Kerens
Hannah Hall – Kerens
Bailey Wade – Kerens
Kathleen Lackey – Cayuga
Macie Croft – Cayuga
Kylie Timmons – Neches
Allyson Thompson – Neches Heather Monroe – Trinidad
Sara Spivey – Cross Roads Sydney Harris – Cross Roads
Calley Cole – Cross Roads
Honorable Mention (Kerens only)