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WCHS softball holds banquet
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The Warren County High School softball team gathered one final time recently to hand out awards following its season. Six Lady Pioneers were recognized by District 6-AAA for their performances while David Upton, who resigned shortly after the season, and his staff selected several more individual honors.Sophomore third baseman Ty Ramirez and freshman infielder Neva Tackett were each named to the All-District 6-AAA team while sophomores Lindsey Cox and Bailey Walker were honorable mention all-district. Senior Chelsey Chandler and sophomore Lexi Locke were named to the all-tournament team after helping the Lady Pioneers claim two of their nine victories in the District 6-AAA tournament.Other award honors included senior Kailyn Cantrell receiving the Lady Pioneer softball award, Tackett earning the team’s offensive MVP, Walker being named the defensive MVP and Sarah Knowles and Bethany Porter sharing the most improved player title.Ramirez became a two-time honoree as all-district following her sophomore season.