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2021 ALL-BRAZOS VALLEY SOFTBALL TEAM

2021 ALL-BRAZOS VALLEY SOFTBALL TEAM

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Bryan’s players celebrate on the field after beating Waco Midway in Game 3 of their Class 6A regional quarterfinal series on May 14 in Waco.

Bryan's Lady Vikings invaded The Eagle’s 2021 All-Brazos Valley Softball Team by earning nine nods, including Coach and Team of the Year — and for good reason.

The Lady Vikings reached the Class 6A regional finals and finished 35-13 overall, staying alive in the playoffs by forcing a Game 3 in three straight series.

Jessica and Jacque Adams return to the All-BV team, along with newcomers Kaedyn Filburn, Kylie Hernandez, Alexis Rodriguez and Ariana Williams, who are all first-teamers. Makayla Marquez also made the second team and Enrique Luna was named Coach of the Year.

In 5A, Brenham reached the playoffs and placed Kramer Eschete and Halle Scheel on the first team, while Della Jasinski, Jenna Hardy and Maggie Hodde were named to the second team.

A&M Consolidated and College Station had several players make their mark this season. Consol freshman Quinn Zaragoza and junior Aiyana Coleman made the All-BV first team with Claire Sisco and the Lady Cougars’ Sage Scarmardo on the second team.

Lexington is represented on the second team with Kinsey Hobbs, Kylie Muhl and Hailey Martinez, who helped lead the Lady Eagles to the 3A playoffs.

Bremond made it to the 2A regional semifinals and had three players make the second team, including District 27-2A pitcher of the year Kylee Pierce, newcomer of the year Braydi Wilganowksi and all-state pick Jaycee Yezak. Leon made it to the 2A area playoffs, led by All-BV first-teamers Kassidy Cravey and Jenna Bumpurs.

North Zulch also made it to the Class A regional finals. In TAPPS, Brazos Christian made it to area, while St. Joseph reached bi-district, both in District 5 Division IV.

COACH OF THE YEAR: Enrique Luna, Bryan Lady Vikings

Luna and his all-star cast reached the Class 6A regional finals and ended the season with a 35-13 record. The District 12-6A champions garnered nine All-Brazos Valley nods after making a deep playoff run, which included three consecutive come-from-behind series victories with their most notable against No. 3 Waco Midway.

FIRST TEAM

Jessica Adams, P

Senior, Bryan Lady Vikings

The District 12-6A MVP had a 29-11 record in the circle with 342 strikeouts and a 1.59 ERA, while compiling 70 RBIs, 23 home runs with a .466 batting average. Adams, a Louisiana-Lafayette signee, holds eight single-season and 10 career school records.

Kassidy Cravey, P

Senior, Leon Lady Cougars

The 25-2A MVP had a 1.86 ERA with 260 strikeouts and a 19-6 record. She also had a .941 fielding percentage, .515 batting average, nine home runs and 10 doubles this season.

Jacque Adams, C

Senior, Bryan Lady Vikings

Adams racked up 52 RBIs and 16 home runs with a .797 slugging percentage and a .385 batting average. The Louisiana-Lafayette signee, also had a .998 fielding percentage, was named co-offensive MVP in 12-6A and holds two career school records in putouts (934) and doubles (40).

Kaedyn Filburn, 1B

Senior, Bryan Lady Vikings

Bryan’s do-it-all player had a .357 batting average with 29 RBIs and 18 runs. The 12-6A first-teamer and Schreiner signee also had a .949 fielding percentage, often switching between first and second base throughout the season.

Quinn Zaragoza, 2B

Freshman, A&M Consolidated Lady Tigers

Zaragoza had a .394 batting average and scored 27 runs in her first season with the Lady Tigers.

Kylie Hernandez, 3B

Junior, Bryan Lady Vikings

The 12-6A first-teamer had 39 RBIs, 28 runs, nine home runs and a .353 batting average this season.

Jenna Bumpurs, SS

Senior, Leon Lady Cougars

The 25-2A co-offensive player of the year had four home runs, a .561 batting average and a .900 fielding percentage this season.

Kramer Eschete, OF

Senior, Brenham Cubettes

The Louisiana-Lafayette signee had a .585 batting average, 24 RBIs, 10 triples and 24 stolen bases in her final season at Brenham.

Alexis Rodriguez, OF

Junior, Bryan Lady Vikings

Rodriguez holds single-season school records in runs (57) and stolen bases (46) and a career team record in stolen bases with 83. The 12-6A first-teamer also had a .371 batting average, .566 slugging percentage, 57 runs and 22 RBIs this season.

Ariana Williams, OF

Sophomore, Bryan Lady Vikings

Williams had 27 runs, 11 RBIs, 14 stolen bases, a .348 batting average and .919 fielding percentage this season.

Halle Scheel, DP

Freshman, Brenham Cubettes

Scheel finished her first season with a .400 batting average and 19 stolen bases.

Aiyana Coleman, UT

Junior, A&M Consolidated Lady Tigers

The catcher, pitcher and first baseman had a .481 batting average with 32 RBIs and eight home runs. Coleman, a Texas A&M pledge, also had 93 putouts and a perfect fielding percentage.

SECOND TEAM

Della Jasinski, P

Freshman, Brenham Cubettes

Jasinski threw two no-hitters for Brenham this season, finishing with a 1.99 ERA, 266 strikeouts and 20-9 record.

Kylee Pierce, P/3B

Junior, Bremond Lady Tigers

The District 27-2A pitcher of the year went 14-9 with 192 strikeouts and a 3.34 ERA in helping Bremond reach the regional semifinals. She also had seven home runs, 36 RBIs, a .449 batting average and a .987 slugging percentage.

Jenna Hardy, C

Senior, Brenham Cubettes

Hardy helped lead Brenham to the 5A playoffs with a .368 batting average and team-best 29 RBIs.

Jaycee Yezak, 1B

Freshman, Bremond Lady Tigers

Yezak had 46 RBIs, five home runs, a .527 batting average and .912 fielding percentage. She also made the 27-2A first team and was a TGCA All-State selection.

Kinsey Hobbs, 2B

Junior, Lexington Lady Eagles

Hobbs helped Lexington reach the 3A playoffs with a .391 batting average and 14 RBIs.

Braydi Wilganowksi, 3B/P

Sophomore, Bremond Lady Tigers

The 27-2A newcomer of the year had three home runs, 23 stolen bases and a .475 batting average in the leadoff spot. She also pitched 44 innings and had a .807 fielding percentage.

Makayla Marquez, SS

Sophomore, Bryan Lady Vikings

The 12-6A first-teamer had a .819 fielding percentage, .327 batting average, 27 runs, 15 RBIs and 13 stolen bases this season.

Maggie Hodde, OF

Senior, Brenham Cubettes

Hodde made the 19-5A first team and had a .385 batting average this season.

Claire Sisco, OF

Junior, A&M Consolidated Lady Tigers

Sisco scored 24 runs and had a .411 batting average to earn a spot on the 19-5A first team.

Kylie Muhl, OF

Senior, Lexington Lady Eagles

Muhl had 23 RBIs and a .364 batting average in her final season with the Lady Eagles.

Sage Scarmardo, DP

Junior, College Station

Scarmardo was named to the 19-5A first team and is a three-year letterwinner for the Lady Cougars.

Hailey Martinez, UT

Junior, Lexington Lady Eagles

Martinez had a .333 batting average and 16 RBIs. She was named 19-3A’s utility MVP.

ALL ACADEMIC TEAM 

Kinsey Hobbs, Lexington — 3.76 GPA

Hailey Martinez, Lexington — 3.64 GPA

Kylee Muhl, Lexington — 3.8 GPA

Jenna Hardy, Brenham — 4.59 GPA, 100 grade average, CR 3 of 352

Kramer Eschete, Brenham — 3.62 GPA, 96 grade average, CR 76 of 52

Maggie Hodde, Brenham — 3.07 GPA, 90 grade average, CR 141 of 352

Aiyana Coleman, Consol— Academic All-District

Claire Sisco, Consol — Academic All-District

Quinn Zaragoza, Consol— Academic All-District

Raegan Johnson, Consol— Academic All-District

Jacque Adams, Bryan — 4.79 GPA, CR 16 of 516; NHS, Academic All-District, TGCA & THSCA Academic All-State

Kaedyn Filburn, Bryan — 3.99 GPA, CR 123 of 516, NHS, Academic All-District, TGCA & THSA Academic All-State

Kylie Hernandez, Bryan — 4.42 GPA, CR 27 of 543, NHS. Academic All-District

To be eligible for the all-academic team, players had to earn at least honorable mention on their respective all-district teams. Key: GPA — grade-point average, CR — class rank, NHS — National Honor Society, TGCA — Texas Girls Coaches Association, THSCA — Texas High School Coaches Association.

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