Tates Creek standout Kendall Fields has been named Lexington’s Softball Player of the Year by the city’s coaches.
Fields, who’s signed to play at Ball State University in Indiana, edged Lafayette’s Maddie Burke for the top honor.
Lafayette finished with three first-team honorees. Freshman Carlee Jeter and eighth-grader Rylie Grantz were selected in addition to Burke, a senior.
Tates Creek senior Bree Whitson joined Fields on the first team. Paul Laurence Dunbar also had two first-team picks in Brooke Hill, a junior, and Abby Schweighardt, a senior.
Bryan Station junior Emma Hamilton, Lexington Catholic sophomore Catey Nash and Lexington Christian senior Brooklyn Brinegar also made the first team.
2017 Lexington All-City Softball Team
Player of the Year: Kendall Fields, Tates Creek
First team: Kendall Fields, Tates Creek; Maddie Burke, Lafayette; Brooke Hill, Paul Laurence Dunbar; Bree Whitson, Tates Creek; Carlee Jeter, Lafayette; Abby Schweighardt, Paul Laurence Dunbar; Emma Hamilton, Bryan Station; Catey Nash, Lexington Catholic; Rylie Grantz, Lafayette; Brooklyn Brinegar, Lexington Christian
Second team: Elise Shewmaker, Lexington Christian; Tori White, Henry Clay; Kara Winchester, Lafayette; Tia Wilson, Paul Laurence Dunbar; Shelby McLean, Bryan Station; Brynna Souels, Tates Creek; Aryanna Morrow, Lexington Catholic; Imani Jackson, Bryan Station; Taetum Crawford, Henry Clay; Cheyenne Whited, Bryan Station
Honorable mentions: Bryan Station—Macy Helton, Katie Hurley; Henry Clay—Leah Madden, Balea McCoy, Ayami Onodera; Lafayette—Kassi Eye, Tekiya Garr-Carter. Lexington Christian—Brylin Isaacs, Olivia Paris, Emilie Teall, Alyssa Wade. Lexington Catholic—Hannah Carlise. Ashlyn Coleman. Paul Laurence Dunbar—Sydney Arnold, Riley Brown, Olivia Judy. Tates Creek—Lillie Kluesner, Mira Monk, Breezy Williams.