Semoball

Emma Drury earns spot on SEMO All Conference first team

Sikeston's Emma Drury delivers a pitch, in the Battle for the Diamond, against he Sikeston baseball team, on Thursday, Oct. 24, 2019, at the Sikeston Recreation Complex.
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SIKESTON — The SEMO All-Conference softball teams are here.

Sikeston had one member on the first team and four more on the second team.

Notre Dame had six nominations on the first team, while Jackson had four. North County and Farmington each finished with three nominees, and Kelly, Chaffee, Cape Central, and Poplar Bluff each rounded out the team with one.

Senior Emma Drury was the lone Sikeston Bulldog that earned a spot on the first team.

Notre Dame featured seniors Riley Burger, Kristen Barwick, and Grace Lemons, juniors Halle Heuring and Hailey Kutz, and freshman Ainsley Burnett.

Jackson was represented by seniors Sierra Burch and Alli Gartman, while junior Ashlyn Prince, and sophomore Karlie Johnson.

North County seniors Kennedy Kohler, Emma Becker, and Emma Keen earned spots. Farmington senior Abby Vaugh, sophomore Courtney Swink, and freshman Angelia Davis also earned a spot.

Kelly’s lone representative was junior Alaney Moore, while Chaffee had sophomore Lilly Wessel, Cape Central had junior Katie Davis, and senior Briley Misner rounded out the team from Poplar Bluff.

For the second team, Sikeston had the most nominations with four. Seniors Naudia Lazcano and Megan Witt earned a spot, while junior Jordi James and freshman Nayla Bonner were also named.

Farmington junior Jocelyn Cunningham, and sophomores McKennah Wallace and Abby Robbins earned a spot.

North County had two representatives on the second team, while Notre Dame had three. For North County, senior Kiersdan Davis and junior Cheyenne Dickens got named, while juniors Caroline Lochmann and Kalie Compas, and freshman Kadi Dohogne also made the team.

Kelly senior Kelly Ivy, Jackson senior Morgan Conklin, Chaffee sophomore Jayden Welch, Cape Central junior Valarie Grennley, and Poplar Bluff’s Audrey Lack rounded out the second team.

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