2019 Gwinnett Daily Post All-County Softball 

Player of the Year: CF Jahni Kerr, Sr., Wesleyan

The Florida State-bound centerfielder is the Player of the Year for the second straight season after finishing off an outstanding high school career in strong fashion, hitting ,534 with 11 home runs, 32 RBIs, seven doubles, seven triples, 55 runs scored and 41 stolen bases in helping the Wolves to a Class A (Private) state runner-up finish

Pitcher of the Year: RHP Madison Kerpics, Sr., Wesleyan

The senior right-hander and Georgia commit outdid her junior season to earn her second straight Pitcher of the Year honor by posting a 26-2 record with a 0.57 ERA,, 313 strikeouts (breaking her own single-season record) and issuing only 47 walks in 159 innings. She also helped herself at the plate by hitting .379 with 23 RBIs and four doubles

Coach of the Year: Mike Cason, Mountain View

Cason guided Mountain View to a truly historic season in 2019. The Bears not only set a single-season record for wins in their 23-9 campaign, they also posted the first playoff game and series wins in the program’s history, and also became the first athletic team in school history to win a state championship by rolling to the Class AAAAAAA title


Position Players

SS Faith Barth, Jr., Archer

.448, 31 RBIs, 30 R, .805 slugging pct., .901 fielding pct.

SS Grace Connelly, Jr., North Gwinnett

.421, 27 RBIs, 12 2B, .472 OBP, 34 R

CF Emily Digby, Fr., Dacula

.452, 31 RBIs, 15 2B, .496 on-base percentage

OF Dallis Goodnight, Jr., Mill Creek

.528, 15 RBIs, 30 R, 39 SB, 7 3B, hit. 607 w/RISP, 1.301 OPS

OF Kennedy Harp, Fr., Peachtree Ridge

.427, 13 HR, 29 RBIs, 1.427 OPS, 10 SB, hit 3 HR with 8 RBIs in 4 games during the state tournament in Columbus

DP/RHP Ansleigh Hollifield, Sr., Buford

.392, 9 HR, 39 RBIs, 9 2B, 15 R; also went 14-4, 1.62 ERA, 169 K, 99 1/3 IP as a pitcher

LF Kailyn Jones, Jr., Grayson

.495, 4 HR, 37 RBIs, school-record 17 2B, 2 3B, 40 R, 43 SB, .544 on-base pct.

3B Marisa Miller, Soph., North Gwinnett

.424, 7 HR, 36 RBIs, 8 2B, .475 on-base pct., 28 R

2B Hannan Razeq, Sr., Mountain View

.333, 7 HR, 28 RBIs, .576 slugging pct.

SS Jin Sileo, Sr., Dacula

.404, 6 HR, 22 RBIs, 46 R, 28 SB, .539 on-base pct.

2B/SS Gracie Taylor, Jr., Wesleyan

,429, 1 HR, 36 RBIs, 11 2B, 4 3B, 27 R, 16 RBIs

SS Aailiyah White, Sr., Grayson

.462, 4 HR, 17 RBIs, 10 2B, 5 3B, 1.268 OPS, 44 R, 43 SB, .960 field pct.

RHP/DP Sarah Currie, Jr., Mountain View

18-4, 1.57 ERA, went 8-0 in postseason; .359, 18 RBIs at the plate

RHP Kylie Macy, Jr., Grayson

22-4, 0.64 ERA, 263 K, 153 2/3 IP

LHP Amber Reed, Fr., North Gwinnett

18-1, 1.61 ERA, 106 K, 113 IP, 11-0 in region play

2B Anabel Adams, Sr., Buford

RF Emma Davis, Soph., Grayson

SS Kaylee George, Sr., Mountain View

1B Megan Gibbs, Sr., Parkview

3B Alex Harris, Sr., Peachtree Ridge

CF Sydney Harris, Sr., Hebron Christian

SS Reece Holbrook, Jr., Wesleyan

3B Grace Hrustich, Sr., Parkview

1B/OF Faith Lawrence, Jr., Norcross

OF Katie Moore, Jr., Archer

3B Hannah Nolan, Sr., Providence Christian

1B//C Abbi Perkins, Jr., Buford

RHP Sydney Boulware, Jr., Dacula

1B/LHP Madison Spell, Sr., Collins Hill

RHP/3B Danielle Taitt, Sr., Brookwood

OF Elizabeth Bertram, Jr., Wesleyan

OF Ahmari Braden, Fr., Mountain View

CF Makenzie Chappell, Sr., Collins Hill

LF Kellie Ervin, Jr., Mountain View

OF Emi Hall, Jr., Buford

C Morgan Hall, Jr., Brookwood

SS/2B Ann-Margaret Jones, Sr., Norcross

1B Jessie Parish, Soph., Hebron Christian

SS Olivia Shaw, Fr., Mill Creek

IF Lexie Simonton, Jr., Mountain View

2B Hannah Smith, Sr., Mill Creek

CF Ashley Thompson, Sr., Lanier

DP/RHP Faith Vento, Sr., GAC

RHP Elle Lunsford, Jr., Peachtree Ridge

RHP Layton Morris, Soph., Hebron Christian

RHP Maya Watson, Sr., Parkview

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2019 Gwinnett Daily Post All-County Softball

Player of the Year: CF Jahni Kerr, Sr., Wesleyan

Pitcher of the Year: RHP Madison Kerpics, Sr., Wesleyan

Coach of the Year: Mike Cason, Mountain View


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