Mohr tops list of SBC standouts
Riley Mohr gained the top honor in the Lake Division and area players peppered the all-conference lists released Monday the Sandusky Bay Conference.
Mohr, a Bellevue senior, was named the most outstanding performer as an infielder in the Lake Division.
She was one of eight local players landing on that division’s first team.
Mohr was joined on the first team by Bellevue teammates pitcher Hannah Hill, catcher Raquelle Seamon and outfielder Skyler Reed.
The other area first-teamers were Columbian first baseman Ava Sarka, and Clyde pitcher Hunter Schwochow, infielder Murissa Drown and outfielder Julia Munoz.
The second team included Bellevue pitcher Kennedy Ryan, infielder Alex Fiske and outfielders Jillian Sumser and Emma Weller, Columbian pitcher Abby Chapman and infielder Dani Keckler, and catcher Chase Arndt.
Columbian catcher Carly Schafer and outfielder Hunter Breidenbach landed on the honorable mention list.
In the River Division, New Riegel and Old Fort each had four first-team selections.
New Riegel’s first-teamers were pitcher Kayleigh Lininger, infielders Kaitlyn Kirian and Jordan Hohman and outfielder Kristin Coleman.
Old Fort pitcher Savannah McCoy, infielder Laini Gillett and outfielders Ashlyn Magers and Madison Guth gained first-team honors.
Calvert infielder Bria Coleman also landed on the first team.
The second team had Lakota pitcher Marrissa Claburn, infielder Jenna Ranzenberger and outfielder Meckenzie Rathburn, Calvert pitcher Caitlyn Borer, New Riegel catcher Julia Reinhart and outfielder Bria Dailey, and Old Fort infielder MarcQue Harris.
Area honorable mention players were Old Fort catcher Jillian Stover and infielder Kaley Ivy, New Riegel infielder Aubrey Bouillon and Calvert outfielder Mara Mangiola.