While local teams aren't playing anymore, four area softball players made all-state teams on Sunday.

Christian County's Emmy Blane and Tyler Shemwell were each named to the Class 3A First-Team while teammate Hannah Sumner was named a Class 3A Honorable Mention. Trigg County's Hannah Colbert was named a Class 2A Honorable Mention for her performance this season for the Lady Wildcats.

Warren East's Katie Gardner was named Miss Softball.

Class 3A First-TeamEmmy Blane,Christian County

Blane has been a leader for the Lady Colonels since she first stepped inside CCHS her freshman year and her final year as a Lady Col didn't disappoint.

The future Kentucky Wildcat batted .409 with 13 home runs and 36 RBIs. Blane also was 24-of-24 on stolen base attempts.

Tyler Shemwell,Christian County

When Christian County has needed a hit the last two seasons, it usually came off the bat of Shemwell. The Murray State signee finished with 16 home runs, 65 RBIs and a .491 batting average for the Lady Colonels this season.

Shemwell was also the centerpiece of the Christian County outfield.

Class 3AHonorable MentionHannah Sumner, Christian County

Sumner had the tall order of following two stellar pitchers for the Lady Colonels last season, but she delivered every time she stepped in the circle. Sumner finished with a record of 25-3 and had an ERA of 2.10 this season.

Sumner also struck out 88 batters this season.

Class 2AHonorable MentionHannah Colbert,Trigg County

Colbert helped the Lady Wildcats in every facet of the game this season. She was 16-13 in the circle with 231 strikeouts and a 1.50 ERA.

At the plate, she hit .289 with two home runs and 17 RBIs.

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