Lafayette pitcher Carlee Jeter has been named Lexington's 2018 Softball Player of the Year by the city's coaches.
Jeter, a a 5-foot-7 sophomore, finished with 131 strikeouts and a 2.85 ERA in 23 appearances. She hit .279 this season and tied for second on her team with 26 RBIs.
The next three All-City First Team selections all came from Paul Laurence Dunbar — Brooke Hill, Bailey Conley and Melissa Nelson. Conley (.539) and Hill (.515) each hit above .500 while Nelson finished the season with a 2.23 ERA and 87 strikeouts in 20 appearances.
Tates Creek's Marina Dickinson rounded out the top five vote-getters. She batted .367 and had seven steals this year.
Cece Banks (Lexington Catholic), Tekiya Garr-Carter (Lafayette), Elise Shewmaker (Lexington Christian), Kasia Parks (Frederick Douglass) and Leah Madden (Henry Clay) also were selected to the First Team.
2018 Lexington All-City Softball Team
Player of the Year: Carlee Jeter, Lafayette
(Top 10 receiving votes)
Carlee Jeter, Lafayette
Brooke Hill, Paul Laurence Dunbar
Bailey Conley, Paul Laurence Dunbar
Melissa Nelson, Paul Laurence Dunbar
Marina Dickinson, Tates Creek
Cece Banks, Lexington Catholic
Tekiya Garr-Carter, Lafayette
Elise Shewmaker, Lexington Christian
Kasia Parks, Frederick Douglass
Leah Madden, Henry Clay
(Next top 10, plus one due to tie)
Sara Kardos, Tates Creek
Emma Hamilton, Bryan Station
Kara Winchester, Lafayette
Brylin Isaacs, Lexington Christian
Rylie Grantz, Lafayette
Catey Nash, Lexington Catholic
Balea McCoy, Henry Clay
Danielle Miller, Bryan Station
Madison Davis, Frederick Douglass
Shelby Lowery, Henry Clay
Hannah Yahr, Bryan Station
(All others who received votes)
Bryan Station: Taylor Johnson
Frederick Douglass: Macy Helton, Alexis Menifee, Abby Vires
Henry Clay: Cameron Lynch, Tori White
Lafayette: Ashley Ward
Lexington Christian: Olivia Paris, Emilie Teall, Alyssa Wade
Lexington Catholic: Ella Emmert
Paul Laurence Dunbar: Maddie Cecil
Tates Creek: Lillie Kluesner, Aaliyah Yates