Five IMS softball players received all-SEISC honors.
Avery Blauvelt–1st Team Utility. Blauvelt was IMS’s catcher. She hit .429 and had a .508 on base percentage for the season. She led the team at the plate with 21 hits, 7 doubles and 2 home runs for a .694 slugging percentage. Blauvelt is in the IMS softball records for season and career batting average, career runs, career RBI, career hits, career walks, season and career doubles, triples and home runs, season and career on base percentage and slugging percentage.
Rubye Ney–2nd Team Outfield. Ney hit .333 and her on base percentage was .350. She led the team in runs scored with 17. Ney’s speed covered the centerfield position well.
Mia Graber–2nd Team Utility. Graber played first base for IMS, had a lot of put-outs and still managed a team-high .961 fielding percentage. She hit .333 and had 12 RBI.
Hannah Harris–Honorable Mention. Harris was IMS’s #1 pitcher until an arm injury took her from the mound. She ended the season with a .364 batting average and .462 on-base percentage. Harris is in the IMS record books in the ERA, strikeout, walk and win categories.
Suzanna Yoder–Honorable Mention. Yoder was a quick and versatile player for IMS, playing deep at shortstop and also pitching when needed. She had a team-high 32 assists.
Blauvelt, Ney, Graber and Yoder were also Academic All-Conference as well as teammates Meredith Blossom, Alyssa Hershberger and Sarah Miller.