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Mercury All-Area: 2022 Softball Teams

First Team

P: Jules Scogna, Sr., Spring-Ford
P: Natalie Alldred, Jr., Owen J. Roberts
C: Karissa Potteiger, Sr., Spring-Ford
1B: Sophia Winnick, Sr., Owen J. Roberts
2B: Morgan Lester, Jr., Spring-Ford
SS: Danielle Freer, Sr., Upper Perkiomen
3B: Gracie Carlin, Jr., Spring-Ford
OF: Alyx Morgan, Sr., Boyertown
OF: Nicole Timko, Sr., Methacton
OF: Ali Wescott, Sr., Spring-Ford
DP: Caitlin Ashley, So., Spring-Ford
Util: Riley Gancasz, So., Spring-Ford

Second Team

P: Ella Hurter, So., Boyertown
P: Madalyn Dyer, Jr., Upper Perkiomen
C: Isabelle DiCampello, So., Hill School
1B: Ella Strechay, Sr., Perkiomen Valley
2B: Carlee Frantz, Sr., Boyertown
SS: Emmie Feltenberger, Sr., Owen J. Roberts
3B: Elizabeth McAllister, So., Pottsgrove
OF: Sam Corey, Sr., Perkiomen Valley
OF: Vanessa Hutchinson, Sr., Upper Merion
OF: Ellie Jarrell, Jr., Spring-Ford
DP: Alexis Laboy, Sr., Boyertown
Util: Claudia Knowles, So., Perkiomen School

Honorable Mention

Boyertown: Avery Frey, Nicole Kratz, Rachael Moser,
Kyra Neiswender
Daniel Boone: Kristen DiNolfi, Ashley Kriebel, Julia Maggs,
Regan Stout, Kayley Walls
Hill School: Aryanna Bodge
Methacton: Megan Lineen, Caitlin Woolbert
Norristown: Alana Echeverria, Ryan Morse
Owen J. Roberts: Sarah Gautreau
Perkiomen Valley: Serena Crovetti
Phoenixville: Arayana Ashlie, Maddie Buckwalter, Riley Daher, Taylor Daher, Sophia Greenwalt, Lilly Washington, Alaina Woods
Pope John Paul II: Sarah Bell, Kelsey Bryant, Ally Hourigan, Molly Houchins, Abby Simmers
Pottsgrove: Mikayla Eckman, Avery Gleason, Lizzie McAllister
Pottstown: Savannah Richards
Spring-Ford: Lexi Wescott
Upper Merion: Molly Guilland, JoEllen Johnson, Rebecca Shuler
Upper Perkiomen: Ashley Forrest, Kylene Gooch, Lynnsi Joyce, Mackenzie Schaffer

Coach of the Year

Tim Hughes, Spring-Ford

Closed out his 25-year career at Spring-Ford by leading the team to its first-ever PIAA Class 6A
championship … and the first by any Pioneer Athletic Conference program to date. Team went unbeaten in PAC’s regular season and finished fourth in District 1-6A playoffs prior to running the table in states.

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