2013 Hernando Today All-County Softball Team

Player of the Year

Courtney Riddle


Hernando – Junior

COMMENTS: Fifth-year at the varsity level (two years at Hernando Christian Academy; last three at HHS) . Four-time All-County selection . Was feted as the unanimous choice as Player of the Year . As a seventh-grader in 2009 at HCA, Riddle hit a “quiet” .344 with three extra-base hits and nine runs batted in . The lanky right-hander went 10-3 with 80 strikeouts in 80.2 innings leading the Lady Lions to the Class 1A, Final Four . The following season, Riddle dramatically improved at the plate, hitting .431 as an eighth-grader behind 14 extra-base hits and 22 RBI . On the hill, she fanned 163 batters in 133.2 innings climbing to 17-5 overall . Again she helped guide HCA to the 1A Final Four in Clermont . Riddle transferred to Hernando High prior to freshman year . The transition to a much tougher district and much-improved competition began slowly . As a frosh, Riddle’s average “dipped” to .313 with 14 RBI . As a sophomore, Riddle began to settle in . She finished fourth on the Lady Leopards in hitting (.350) in 2012 behind a pedestrian seven extra-base hits and 19 RBI (tied for ninth-best in the county) . On the rubber, Riddle always drew HHS’ toughest opponents finishing 10-9 overall with a 1.14 earned run average . Riddle enabled the Purple and Gold to earn its first Hernando County championship in five years by defeating Springstead twice, highlighted by the epic 16-inning complete game on Mar. 30, 5-4. . She fanned 77 in 114.1 innings, but issued a career-high 47 walks. By comparison, she issued 15 free passes in 83.2 innings in 2011 . Defensively, Riddle was stout leading the club by converting all 100 chances she faced without an error . In 2013, Riddle broke the mold . On defense, she converted 93-of-98 chances (.949) behind a team-high 81 assists . At the plate, Riddle feasted on opposing pitching going 43-for-96 for a career-best .448 batting average . Her team-leading 14 extra-base hits featured a career-best 13 doubles and 42 RBI – setting two new school records (old doubles standard was 12 held by Chrissy Hartley in 2000-01 and Tana McDaniel in 2012, and the old RBI mark was 39 held by Colleen Colburn and Lisa Picciano in 1994) . On the rubber, Riddle completed a career-high 26 games in 29 starts . She led the local circuit with six shutouts . Riddle registered 177 Ks in a career-best 188.2 innings pitched . She finished 22-7 overall – only one win shy of tying the HHS school single-season record for pitching victories set by Hartley in 2001 and April Talbert in 1994.

QUOTES: “When we go back to when Courtney pitched for HCA, I think she took some things for granted. I think she got tired of people talking about HCA’s Final Four runs. . She’s put in a lot of time to get to this point. As a junior she took the team and placed it on her back. . One of her defining moments was when she gave up the walk-off hit during the first Tavares game in Lake County. Instead of pouting like some players might do, she owned up to it. She wasn’t going to make excuses. If you own up to the wins, well then you have to own up the losses – that’s exactly what Courtney did. To me, that’s the mentality of a great leader. . I think Courtney was the most complete player on the North Suncoast this year. . As a pitcher she was a POY nominee, same as a batter. I can’t think of another player who faced the competition we faced. She had one of the most complete seasons I’ve ever seen. . Last year’s loss (in the district tournament first round) to Eustis was as tough as it gets. That loss bothered Courtney a lot; same with the loss this year to Creekside in the regional final. . She’ll take a negative and use it in a way to fuel the fire for next season. What I love most? She finds ways to get better. That maturity and mental approach was a large part of her success this year.”

– Hernando head coach Kevin Bittinger

“Many things impressed me with Courtney this year. She was very workman-like. . She makes the ball look small every time it leaves her hand. She doesn’t have to throw hard to be effective. . I like her demeanor on the mound; even in that epic 16-inning game last year – she never gets rattled; you can never read her. . What I see a lot is a very professional attitude; she doesn’t deviate on her approach. From her days at HCA, she’s adjusted well to pitching at this much higher level. To me, her maturity and understanding of the game makes her our MVP.”

– Springstead head coach Craig Swartout

“Obviously she produced from an offensive and defensive standpoint. . As a pitcher, all I ask is that they keep us in the game – that’s exactly what Courtney does. Even going back to her days at HCA, Courtney has always had this knack of making a big pitch to get out of tough situations. . As far as her future, she needs to repeat what she’s done this year. She’s worked very, very hard on her pitching endurance.”

– Nature Coast head coach Ernie Chatman

“Picking Courtney as Player of the Year was simple. She’s our best all-around player. She pitched Hernando to within one win of the Final Four and batted cleanup – that means an awful lot. . People will remember the two-run double to beat Gulf in the regional semis – to me she did that all season long. . I’m not going to like seeing her again for another year, but I’m happy that Kevin (Bittinger) will have another shot at states – I’d love to see us give them a battle in districts next year.”

– Central head coach Tyson Ellis

Megan Lane


Hernando – Sophomore

COMMENTS: Versatile student/athlete . Has excelled in weightlifting for two seasons . Won her first individual county crown this past winter at 139 pounds at Central High . Two-year starter behind the plate . Repeat All-County selection . Exploded on to the scene behind a terrific frosh campaign . Defensively, she converted 136-of-138 chances (only two errors) for a team-best .986 percentage . At the plate, the athletically gifted Lane finished third in the local circuit in batting (.453), third in hits (39) and tied for third in runs scored (25) . A year later, Lane threw out 50 percent (7-of-14) of attempted basestealers . Sparkled with the leather, converting 203-of-206 chances (.985) highlighted by two laser throw-outs against Gulf during the 5A-II semifinal in West Pasco County . Is cat-quick on the basepaths . Was successful on 44-of-47 stolen base attempts (94 percent) . She set the HHS record for stolen bases – as a catcher – in 2012 (49) . Lane “dipped” to .400 this past season with 40 hits in 100 at-bats . Only Ashley Sims (45) and Riddle (43) collected more hits for HHS than Lane . Only Riddle (42), Summer Solovitch (28) and Tana McDaniel (27) had more RBI than Lane (25).

QUOTES: “Megan is extremely critical of herself. She’ll tell you that this year wasn’t good enough for her. . Now, some of her stats are down a little bit – like stolen bases and average. On the flip side, her runs scored, runs batted in and homers all went up. . Since her freshman year, I’ve noticed her power numbers are increasing. . Megan is a lot like Tana – they both work at their game very diligently. . Defensively, I think people kind of forget she’s back there, until she throws out two baserunners like she did against Gulf. . As far as her running abilities, I don’t know if I ever had a player who could run the bases as well as she can. . Once she’s on, she has one goal – to score. That’s a rare ability.”

– Hernando head coach Kevin Bittinger

Louisa Disi

First baseman

Springstead – Sophomore

COMMENTS: Two-year letterman .Two-time All-County selection . 2012 graduation left SHS with a huge void on the mound . Disi, a southpaw, filled in admirably with a team-best 133 strikeouts across 117 innings pitched . Terrific left-handed stick . In 2012, finished fifth on the team in hitting at .367 . Finished fourth in the county in homers (two), fifth in hits (36), tied for ninth in runs batted in (19) . Converted 207-of-213 total chances (.972) with six errors . Set a possible Hernando County record with 21 putouts in 21 chances against Hernando on Mar. 30, 2012 . In 2013, despite being hampered over the last five weeks by a nagging hip injury, Disi finished third on the team and ninth overall in the county in hitting (.388) . Drove in more runs (32) than anyone else not named Courtney Riddle (42).

QUOTES: “Is a tremendous competitor. . Despite being injured over the last five weeks of the season, she played like a warrior. . Don’t know where we would have been without her on the hill. . Has got the size, power and great mindset. . Louise is someone we’ve had to lean on. . Would have been scary to see what kind of year she might have put together had she been healthy.”

– Springstead head coach Craig Swartout

Summer Solovitch

Second baseman

Hernando – Junior

COMMENTS: Multi-sport athlete who also swims, plays soccer and rides motocross . First- time All-County softball selection . One of the most underrated players in the county . Solovitch had a flair for the dramatic with a pair of game-winning hits against Tavares – including the Class 5A, District 7 championship – and laying down a huge squeeze bunt during the 5A-Region II semifinal at Gulf . Hit a “quiet” .324 with 11 RBI in 2012 . Followed up with a stellar 28-for-88 (.318 average) 2013 season featuring nine extra-base hits and 28 runs batted in – finishing second on the team to Riddle’s school-record 42 RBI . In the postseason action, Solovitch converted 20-of-21 defensive chances (.955 percent) at second base, but also rapped six hits in 17 at-bats (.353) with six RBI . Despite not being a speed merchant, she stole seven bases in seven attempts.

QUOTES: “Summer has finally started to understand what it’s like to be an impact player. . She’s such a coachable kid; she could fill whatever void we have. . She’s progressed so much as a softball player. . She’s not going make ESPN Sportscenter-type plays – she’s just steady. . She had gone so unnoticed until she filled a hole at second base. . Her reoccurring theme was the game was not too big for her. .Time after time she got into big-time spots and delivered with so much composure. . The two game-winning hits against Tavares were something, but so was her squeeze bunt against Gulf. . Just wait, she’ll have another monster year in 2014.”

– Hernando head coach Kevin Bittinger

Tana McDaniel


Hernando – Junior

COMMENTS: Three-year letterman at shortstop .Three-time All-County selection . Broke in hitting .328 as a freshman in 2011 with five extra-base hits and eight RBI . There was no sophomore jinx as McDaniel finished runner-up in the county in RBI (30), placed third in extra-base hits (16), finished fifth in hitting (.420), tied for fourth in homers (two) and placed eighth in hits (34) . Defensively, McDaniel led the county in assists (55), but struggled at times with a team-high 17 errors from the sport’s most demanding position besides catcher . In 2013, her fine range led to 115 chances, and a team-high 18 errors . At the plate, she continued to sizzle behind a 33-for-91 effort (.363) featuring 15 extra-base hits and 27 RBI . McDaniel carries a career .373 batting average, and enters her final season in 2014 with an opportunity to reach the century mark in games played, runs scored, hits and RBI – something no Hernando fast-pitch softball player has ever accomplished.

QUOTES: “Tana will tell you she had a bit of an ‘off’ year. She continues to work hard to get better. What’s scary is a lot of people would be happy to have the kind of numbers she’s produced to this point – but that’s not good enough for Tana. . What I like most? That she’s turned into such a good leader. I don’t think she understood what type of leader she was until this year. . The girl can flat out hit. You watch, she is not satisfied and will turn up the heat a little more. If you remove Tana from the lineup – there will be a huge void.”

– Hernando head coach Kevin Bittinger

Hailey Drawe

Third base

Springstead – Senior

COMMENTS: Rare four-year letterman .Three-time All-County selection . Had Springstead not lost to Citrus, 8-7, in the 6A-6 semifinal at Ocala-West Port, Drawe would have been the first Hernando County player (not from HCA) to play in four consecutive district championships . Hit .313 as a promising freshman, but improved to .458 as a sophomore . ‘Dipped’ to .396 in 2012, finishing ninth overall in the county batting average . Led the circuit in 2012 in at-bats (101), finished runner-up in hits (40), tied for fifth in runs scored (24), placed seventh in RBI (25) . As a senior, she continued to mash . Drawe finished second in the county in hitting (.475) . Was second in the county in extra-base hits (19) . Led the Lady Eagles in at-bats (80), runs scored (27), hits (38), extra-base hits (19), doubles (14), triples (three) and batting average (.475) . Tremendous legacy left behind as one of Hernando County’s finest players . Leaves as the Lady Eagles’ all-time leader in at-bats (328), runs scored (97), hits (136), doubles (36), triples (seven), extra-base hits (48) and lifetime average (.415) . Will follow another local standout, Hernando’s Chelsea Chipoletti, to D-II Newberry College in Newberry, S.C.

QUOTES: “Hailey has gotten all the accolades and for good reason. . She deserves everything she receives. . She might be the best player I’ve ever had here. . The great thing, I could put Hailey in any position – except pitcher – and she would have been the best player. . She’s a rare bird. . What I’ll miss most? We’ll definitely miss that work ethic. . I’ve told the girls before, if you want to make bones, you need to follow Hailey’s intensity and see how she goes about her business. . If you do, you can’t go wrong. . Perhaps the greatest thing I could add is offensively or defensively, there’s nothing she can’t do between the lines.”

– Springstead head coach Craig Swartout

Ashley Sims


Hernando – Senior

COMMENTS: Unbelievable athlete . Has also played volleyball and excelled in soccer for the Lady Leopards . Rare four-year softball letterman . Repeat All-County selection . Exceptionally quick hands and feet and can create separation in a blink . Is a remarkable story of perseverance . Hit .179 as a freshman in 2010 – ranking dead last on the team . A year later, as a left-handed hitting slapper, she went from worst to first on her club behind a team-best .377 average . In 2012, Sims finished tied for fifth in runs scored (25), eighth in the circuit in hitting (.397) and tied for 10th in hits (31) . Defensively, she didn’t reached ‘Secretary of Defense’ status in center field, but dramatically improved in coverage and arm strength . Enjoyed an MVP-type season in 2013 . Paced the Purple and Gold in games played (30), at-bats (100), runs scored (39) and batting average (.450) – for the second time in three years . In her first-ever regional playoffs, Sims was sensational behind a team-best 12 hits in 16 at-bats for a scorching .750 batting average . In five postseason games, she tallied a team-best eight runs . With the leather, Sims converted 33-of-34 chances – including a perfect 9-of-9 attempts in the postseason . Besides her teammate Lane, Sims was the circuit’s most feared baserunner with 32 steals in 33 attempts . Departs HHS with a career .389 batting average behind 110 hits in 97 games . Signed to play next fall at Seminole State College.

QUOTES: “Many times in the past seniors have checked out long before their season is complete – that was not the case with Ashley. To her credit, she absolutely gave me and her teammates everything she had in the tank. . What I liked most? How she conducted herself. She could go 0-for-4 but as long as the team found a way to win, she’d be OK. . Defensively, her range in the outfield was unmatched. . Because of soccer, she runs exceptionally well. . At the end of her career is when it all clicked. She took whatever the opposing pitcher would give her. She’s such the together kid. She’s knows as she steps in the batter’s box what her strengths and weaknesses are. . She’s not a kid to drive in 25 runs or hit a bunch of homers – that’s not her game. . Ever since that freshman year when she struggled, she’s played with this chip on her shoulder. It’s like she has something to prove every time she steps between the lines. I love that she plays the game with a smile. . What hurts the most? We can find another person to play center field, but you don’t replace someone like Ashley Sims.”

– Hernando head coach Kevin Bittinger

Dana Mackiewicz


Nature Coast – Senior

COMMENTS: Four-year letterman . First-time All-County selection . Also competed in weightlifting . Was a state qualifier in 2011 . Held the rare distinction of playing for four coaches in four seasons in softball . Was mostly a role player for three years hitting a combined .224 with nine RBI . In 2013, enjoyed a terrific breakout season . After collecting 30 hits for three years, Mackiewicz went 29-for-87 (.333) . She led the team in runs scored (25) and was second in hits (29) and average . Anchored center field and converted 33-of-36 chances.

QUOTES: “This year, Dana became more of an offensive factor for us and was more polished defensively. . With our pitching, we had the ball put in play a lot, players like Dana really helped. . I remember a great two-out sliding catch she made against Central – that catch saved us at least three runs and the game. . Wasn’t a real verbal person; she leads by example. . Was very complimentary to all the players on the team and gained a lot of support from her other teammates.”

– Nature Coast head coach Ernie Chatman

Courtney David


Nature Coast – Sophomore

COMMENTS: First-time All-County selection . Like Mackiewicz, had a rebirth between the lines in 2013. . In 2012, David went a quiet 8-for-50 at the plate (.160) with a miniscule six RBI . A year later, David lashed 27 hits in 88 at-bats, for a career-best .307 average . David paced the Lady Sharks in RBI (23) . Runs well converting 8-of-9 stolen base attempts . Improved defensively as the season went on . She mostly played right field and converted 36-of-42 chances.

QUOTES: “Courtney had great catches against Crystal River and Hernando in districts. . She runs well and has the ability to steal bases. . Is a good athlete that we tried moving around before we decided she could best help us is in the outfield. . Has the ability to play any outfield position. . Has a strong enough arm to throw people out. . Offensively, she can drive the ball and is a good all-around player.”

– Nature Coast head coach Ernie Chatman

Katie McCarthy

Designated hitter

Central – Senior

COMMENTS: Rare four-year letterman . Three-time All-County selection . Has played several positions for the Lady Bears including shortstop . Improved from hitting .231 as an unknown freshman to .400 as a sophomore . Made a quantum leap to being one of Hernando County’s elite players by leading the circuit in batting average (.564), hits (44) and RBI (31) in 2012 . Finished runner-up in runs scored (30) . In 2013, led all Hernando County batters in hitting for the second time (.493), finished with a county-high 22 base hits including a circuit-leading seven homers . McCarthy finished third in RBI (31), third in runs scored (32) and third in doubles (12) . Enabled the Lady Bears to finish 18-8 (including three forfeits) – the most amount of Lady Bear victories in 13 years – or since 2000’s 21-7 slate … Signed to play next season for the State College of Florida Manatees in Bradenton.

QUOTES: “It’s hard to put into words what Katie has meant to Central softball. . She has so many great qualities. . Perhaps her biggest asset is she did things by example. . I was tremendously impressed by her vocal leadership. . She’s a huge reason why we finished 18-8. . She deserves this and every other accolade she gets. . She’ll be as hard to replace as Kenzi (Burns) was. . The girls have seen the success that Katie has led us to; now it’s their turn to guide us.”

– Central head coach Tyson Ellis

Brooke Fischbach


Springstead – Sophomore

COMMENTS: Repeat All-County selection . Two-year starter in a position dominated over the last decade by a list of successful Lady Eagle alumni including Caitlin DeCristofaro, Olivia D’Acunto and Hilary Fiocca . Was on the short list of receivers who threw out Hernando speedster Lane this season . In 2012, Fischbach finished 10th in the local circuit in hitting (.385) . Tied for the county lead in homers (four) with NCT’s Jeri Loffler, finished third in RBI (29) and seventh in hits (35) . Defensively, Fischbach led the county in total chances (258) and putouts (245) . Converted 255-of-258 chances (.988) . In 2013, Fischbach started slowly before finishing fourth on the team in hitting (.366).

QUOTES: “Brooke started a little slower this season. . After I challenged her, she threw out 9-of-10 runners in one stretch. . She’s a tremendous receiver. . Even when things weren’t going great for her at the plate, she always kept her head in the game. . People have only seen the tip of the iceberg of her ability. . She turned a lot of heads as a freshman, as a third-year varsity player next year – look out. She has tremendous upside.”

– Springstead head coach Craig Swartout

Kaeleen Koehler


Central – Freshman

COMMENTS: First-time All-County selection . The Lady Bears’ most successful pitcher in 12 years . Koehler (11-8 won-lost slate), a southpaw, notched 114 strikeouts across 125.1 innings pitched . Enjoyed an unheard of over 7-to-1 ratio in strikeouts to walks (114-to-16) . Logged 17 complete games in 17 starts . On defense, Koehler converted 42-of-48 chances . At the plate, she helped herself with a 23-of-75 effort (.307) with eight extra-base hits and 21 RBI.

QUOTES: “Was a big part of our 18-8 season. . We haven’t had a pitcher who could throw that hard and get herself out of most situations. .The key was playing good defense behind her. . One of her biggest assets even as a freshman was her poise at this level. . From Game 1 until the end, she hit her spots and wouldn’t get rattled. . I expect her to be a big part of our puzzle for the next three years.”

– Central head coach Tyson Ellis

Chyloe Gonzalez


Nature Coast – Freshman

COMMENTS: First-time All-County selection . Made a huge splash as a first-year varsity player . Led the Lady Sharks in games players (27), at-bats (92), hits (38), extra-base hits (13), doubles (nine), triples (four) and batting average (.413) . Finished second on the team in RBI to Mackiewicz, 23-22 . Played multiple positions for the Lady Sharks, mostly at first base . Converted a team-high 254-of-260 chances on defense (.977).

QUOTES: “On our team, she produced the most offensively and defensively. . I’d describe her as a real clutch hitter. . Has the talent to play at several positions. . Over the years, I’ve been fortunate to have so many great first basemen and Chyloe is another. . She runs well (thrown out five times in 10 attempts). . The great thing is she’s only going to be a sophomore next year.”

– Nature Coast head coach Ernie Chatman

Britny Desmond


Springstead – Junior

COMMENTS: First-time All-County selection . Waited for her chance behind four-year starter Liz Markidis at second base before getting to start full-time in 2013 . In 2012, she hit .176 with six RBI . Rebounded with a breakout .403 batting average this past season . Seasonal highlight included a three-run homer – her first-ever – against Lecanto in the Lady Eagles’ Mar. 14 3-2 win in Spring Hill . Only Drawe (38) and Disi (31) had more SHS hits than Desmond (27).

QUOTES: “I love Britny’s demeanor. She plays with lots of emotion and is excitable. . She’s so happy to be out there. . She plays with a smile on her face. . To me, her attitude is infectious across the rest of the team. . We need more players like Britny.”

– Springstead head coach Craig Swartout

Coach of the Year

Kevin Bittinger

Hernando – 8th Year

COMMENTS: Three-time selection . Repeat COY selection from 2006-07 . At seven seasons, Bittinger had guided the HHS program longer than any other softball mentor . His softball resume featured more wins (99) than losses (80) . The talent base on the Bell Avenue campus hadn’t been an issue prior to 2013 – but the lack of heart was brought to question. How would HHS rebound from its final game in 2012 at Crystal River; from all accounts, an embarrassing 10-1 5A-7 quarterfinal loss to Eustis? . The Lady Leopards answered the bell with one of the most difficult schedules in years. . The schedule featured nine teams that reached regionals – including six district champions (River Ridge, Gulf, Lake City-Columbia, Ponte Vedra, Citra-North Marion and St. Johns-Creekside) and two regional champions (Columbia and Creekside) . After a 2-2 start, HHS reeled off a 12-game win streak – it longest since 2001’s state run . The Purple and Gold not only claimed its second straight Hernando County championship, but its fourth under Bittinger . During the 5A-7 Tournament at Tom Varn Park, HHS reached its first district final in nine seasons by ousting archrival NCT, 6-0 .Trailing 3-1 to Tavares, HHS tied matters in the sixth before rallying with two outs in the eighth for a massive come-from-behind 4-3 win . The win served not only as Hernando’s ninth district title and the first since 2004, but snapped a 0-for-15 tourney drought . Bittinger in his first-ever regional playoff run saw his troops thump Pasco, 12-2, and edge Gulf, 3-1, before being eliminated by eventual state runner-up Creekside, 10-0.

QUOTES: “Getting Coach of the Year speaks more about the quality of people around the coach. Everything starts with the kids. I’m fortunate to have to have the best kids around – I wouldn’t trade for anybody else. . I’m fortunate to have the quality of coaches on this staff with Casey (Ellis) and Kevin (Magilligan). Working with Casey has been terrific; she’ll do whatever I ask. And Kevin really got our JV program back on track. . Our parental support is the reason we can host the Slam Tournament and districts. The parents understand the expectations of the program. They, in turn, instill a sense of work ethic to our players. Though this has been our most successful season since I’ve been here – I take very little credit. . Credit belongs to a great and supportive wife and two super kids that support me every day. . In my heart softball is such a small piece of my life. . My biggest strength is my relationship with my players. I can’t wait to see them became great citizens and give back to their community. In between, I hope their values and character will allow them to find ways to contribute to society. . I’m blessed to be surrounded by outstanding coaches in Hernando County. Guys like Tyson (Ellis), Craig (Swartout) and Ernie (Chatman) are doing things the right way. Because of them, coaching softball at Hernando is the easiest part of my day.”

– Bittinger

“It’s one thing to have a lot of good ball players. It’s another to win games against a quality schedule. It’s another to stay focused and stay motivated on the most important part of your season. Your seasonal objective revolves on how well you play against good competition. To me, with the high expectations, you’ve got to recognize what a big accomplishment Hernando’s season was.”

– Nature Coast head coach Ernie Chatman

“Kevin has had a lot on his plate over there. He’s dealt with the highs and lows through the years. His teams work very hard. Their expectations are much higher than some people. I thought he did a tremendous job – considering how far that team went. I can’t say enough of how proud I am of him. I consider him a friend and I don’t think Hernando could have a better coach over there.”

– Central head coach Tyson Ellis

2013 Hernando Today All-County Girls Softball Selections

– Compiled by TONY CASTRO


1B Louisa Disi** Springstead 10th

2B Summer Solovitch Hernando 11th

SS Tana McDaniel*** Hernando 11th

3B Hailey Drawe*** Springstead 12th

C Megan Lane** Hernando 10th

P Courtney Riddle**** Hernando 11th

OF Ashley Sims** Hernando 12th

OF Dana Mackiewicz Nature Coast 12th

OF Courtney David Nature Coast 10th

DH Katie McCarthy*** Central 12th

UTIL Brooke Fischbach Springstead 10th

UTIL Chyloe Gonzalez Nature Coast 9th

UTIL Kaeleen Koehler Central 9th

UTIL Britny Desmond Springstead 11th

Player of the Year – Courtney Riddle (Hernando) 11th

Coach of the Year – ***Kevin Bittinger (Hernando)

**** Denotes 4-time selection

*** Denotes 3-time selection.

** Denotes repeat selection.

2013 Hernando Today All-County Softball Team
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