Waverly Girls Varsity Softball

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First row: Kaylei Denison, Kiersten Dowding, Maddie Retzlaff, Kendall Hartley, Kennedi Claycomb, Emma Robinson, Kelsey Cordes

2nd row: Student manager Seanna MacDonald, Sydney Griffin, Camryn Craddock, Landyn Michel, Katyn Kappler, Tara Tenopir, Kaitlynn Ellis, Malia Thoms, Morgan Schuelke, Student Manager Alexis Shepherd

3rd row: Peyton Krumland, Kilee Newell, Megan Brinkman, Lily Krajewski, Lily Bogle, Celena Metcalf, Skylar Young, Maddie Ratkovec, Raynah Sutter, Raedynn Refshauge

4th row: Dan Sharp, Joe Selvage, Head Coach Amanda Schaefer, Madison Jones, Casey Glassburner

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OWH 2016 ALL-NEBRASKA SOFTBALL By Steve Beideck / World-Herald correspondent

CLASS B SECOND TEAM Pos. Player, School, Class, Record/Avg. P: Taylor Knight, Jr., Elkhorn South, 14-0 P: Taylar Coleman, Sr., North Platte, 24-11 C: Ady Watts, Jr., Gretna, .370 IF: Ellie McCoy, Fr., Hastings, .482 IF: Lauren Riley, Jr., York, .414 IF: Cayla Nielsen, So., Blair, .470 IF: Taylor Sramek, Sr., Ralston, .384 OF: Lindsey

LJS All-state softball: Honorable-mention honorees / Eric Gregory, Journal Star

All-state honorable mention Class B Adams Central–Kirsten Abbott, Shelby Gerloff; Alliance–Grace Tolstedt; Beatrice–Addison Barnard, Ashton Sandman, Josi Zimmerman; Bennington–Bailey Bousquet, Cassie Noble; Blair–Carolyn Anderson, Payton Daggett, Cayla Nielsen, Raquell Penke, Morgan Schenck; Crete–Izzy Eltze, Morgan Maly, MacKinsey Schmidt; DC West/Concordia–Emily Rochford, Cassie Weishahn; Elkhorn–Kayden Archibeque, Paige Renner, Kaylee Schutte, Delaney Smith; Elkhorn South–McKenna Becker, Lindley Daubert, Morgan Nixon, Molly Sindelar; Gothenburg–Kaitlyn Aden, Karleigh

Waverly High School Varsity Softball falls to Gretna High School 10-5

Thursday, September 1, 2016 6:30 PM Gretna High School AWAY 10 Waverly High School HOME 5 Game Recap #1 Gretna used the top of the 7th inning to pull away from the Vikings in a Class B Top 5 EMC showdown at Viking Field.

Alexander helps Waverly shut down Seward in opener |TIM GRAY Lincoln Journal Star

WAVERLY — Brook Ruhter and her Waverly softball team got the start they were looking for to the 2016 high school season. Unable to play on its home field due to construction around Viking Stadium, Waverly got a solid start from Jade Alexander, helping the Vikings to a 5-0 victory against Seward on Thursday at