NEGAUNEE - Rosalie Anderson and Randy Carlson of Negaunee High School have taken the top honors in the Mid-Peninsula Conference girls softball all-star selections.
Anderson pocketed the conference's Most Valuable Player nod, while Carlson was named the Coach of the Year.
Other league awards, as selected by M-PC coaches, were as follows:
Negaunee High School’s Rosalie Anderson makes contact with the ball against Manistique in a game held May 2. Anderson has been named the Mid-Peninsula Conference Most Valuable Player for the season just completed. (Journal photo by Amy Treloar)
M-PC First Team
Infielders -Adena Anderson and Nicole Richer, Negaunee; Rachel Conery and Bobbi Hulce, Norway; Katie Rankinen, Westwood; and Lindsey Thompson, Ishpeming.
Outfielders - Taylor Ring, Negaunee; Sinead Korvela, Ishpeming; Britta Grayvold, Norway; and Shana Caligury, Westwood.
M-PC Second Team
Infielders - Ashley Menominee and Breanne Richey, Manistique; Nicole Violetta, Negaunee; Harlie Caster, Norway; Hannah Salmi, Westwood; and Gabby Croley, Ishpeming.
Outfielders - Sydney Chartier, Manistique; Emily Myers, Ishpeming; Jacey Bal, Norway; and Shae Blewett, Westwood.
Samantha Williams and Madison Russell, Manistique; Bela Wedig, Gwinn; and Samantha Beauchamp Westwood.
Earlier, Rosalie Anderson, Richer, Adena Anderson and Ring were named to the Division 3 All-District Team.
Rosalie Anderson also made the Division 3 All-Region Team.
Information compiled by Senior Sports Writer Craig Remsburg. He can be reached at 906-228-2500, ext. 251, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.