Stansbury’s Janessa Bassett relied on speed to create havoc on the bases and to patrol center field.
Bingham’s Paige Reimann, Salem Hills’ Kirtlyn Bohling and San Juan’s Tatiana Su’esu’e baffled batters with an array of pitches in the circle while proving a difficult out when batting.
The four Most Valuable Players led their teams deep into the postseason by combining their talent with a desire to succeed. They enjoyed highly successful seasons, which helped their teams pile up wins.
Bassett, Su’esu’e and Bohling all wrapped up their seasons by celebrating a state championship, while Reimann’s Miners fell in the state title game.
Here is the first team, second team and honorable mention for each class.