Lady Owls' Boseman Selected TSCA East Miss Softball

Morgan All-State; Jones, Williamson On East All-Star Roster

Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Hard-throwing Ooltewah softball pitcher Kayla Boseman, a freshman, was named Tennessee Softball Coaches Association East Player of the Year on Wednesday.
Hard-throwing Ooltewah softball pitcher Kayla Boseman, a freshman, was named Tennessee Softball Coaches Association East Player of the Year on Wednesday.
- photo by File/Dennis Norwood

Ooltewah freshman pitcher/outfielder Kayla Boseman has been selected as the Class AAA East Miss Softball by the Tennessee Softball Coaches Association.

Boseman, a Mississippi verbal commitment, powered the Lady Owls to a third-place finish in last week’s TSSAA Spring Fling state softball tournament.

Sale Creek’s McKenna Morgan was named to the TSCA All-State Class A team.

Boseman’s teammate, senior Allie Jones, who has signed with Lincoln Memorial University, will play for the East in the TSCA All-Star game at Columbia State on June 15.

Ooltewah’s Jon Massey is one of the East coaches, as is Sale Creek’s Clifford Kirk, although he will not attend the game.

Also on the East roster is Haile Williamson of Boyd-Buchanan.

TSCA All-State

Class A

Diana Ratcliffe, Coalfield
Tori Malone, Coalfield
Kassidy Burks, Gibson County
Justice White, Gibson County
Madelyn Dycus, Goodpasture Christian
Robin Ann Hoard, Gordonsville
Cheyenne Childress, Huntingdon
Jessica Webb, Grace Christian
Aubrey Reed, Meigs County
Payton Kelly, Midway
Courtney Jones, Oliver Springs
McKenna Morgan, Sale Creek

Class AA

Neely Glenn, Covington
Treasurary Pointdexter, Covington
Dani Meadows, DeKalb County
Kaylee Caplinger, DeKalb County
Paige Jones, Dyersburg
Madison Caldwell, Dyersburg
Mary Beth Brumit, Giles County
Ashlyn Hodge, Grainger
Kalee Johnson, Happy Valley
Beth Reece, Happy Valley
Meghan Manes, Lexington
Samantha McDaniel, Lexington
Hannah Triplett, Polk County
Aly Walker, South Gibson
Kaitlyn Martin, South Gibson
Kelsey Gray, Stewart County
Andi Smith, Union County

Class AAA

Jordon Spicer, Beech
Alicia Veltri, Clarksville NE
Kendra Phillips, Clarksville, NW
Haley Bearden, Clarksville
Tori Bell, Coffee County
Abbey Stratton, Dobyns-Bennett
Lexee Lamoree, Farragut
Leah Sohm, Gibbs
Katie Corum, Halls
Kaleigh Wynne, Hardin Valley
Mary Collins, Houston
Katie Robards, Kenwood
Caylan Arnold, Maryville
Savannah Sanders, Mt. Juliet
Morgan Marshall, Volunteer
Ashlyn Cooper, William Blount
Claire Smith, Wilson Central
Hannah Bodenhorn, Wilson Central
Morgan Powell, Wilson Central

Division II

Rebekah Moffatt, Fayette Academy
Courtney Petty, Friendship Christian
Tana Whited, Friendship Christian
Kayley Underwood, Harding Academy
Kaylyn Graham, Nashville Christian
Rachel Whitley, Tipton-Rosemark
Taylor Beasley, Tipton-Rosemark
Addison Dunn, University School of Jackson
Anna Pearson, University School of Jackson

TSCA All-Star Games

At Columbia State on June 15

East Roster

Coaches: Bob Fortel, Greeneville; Dewayne Hunt, Grace Christian; Jeff Davis, Meigs County; Jon Massey, Ooltewah; Clifford Kirk, Sale Creek (will not attend).

Roster: Haile Williamson, Boyd Buchanan; Lexie Needham, Gibbs; Rachel Farmer, Gibbs; Kaylee Smith, Grainger; Jordan Fortel, Greeneville; Nadalynn Sauceman, Greeneville; Katie Corum, Halls; Jessica Webb, Grace; Bethany Hunt, Grace; Courtney Jones, Oliver Springs; Emily Griffith, Oliver Springs; Rachel Griffith, Oliver Springs; Vanessa Elliott, Science Hill; Allie Jones, Ooltewah; Mollie Cohee, University High.

Middle Roster

Coaches: Danny Bond, DeKalb County; Mike Shepard, Wilson Central; Jody Atwood, Friendship Christian

Roster: Kayla Bradley, Clarksville NE; Michelle Donner, Clarksville NE; Kendra Phillips, Clarksville NW; Brianna Jones, Coffee County; Cokie Young, Columbia Central; Adi Stephens, East Hickman; Kelsey Dickey, Friendship Christian; Tana Whited, Friendship Christian; Mary Beth Brumit, Giles County; Taylor Hargrove, Greenbrier; Olivia Brewer, Lewis County; Savannah Sanders, Mt. Juliet; Ashley Threat, Stewart County; Tyler Townes, Waynesboro; Shelby Woodard, Wilson Central; Morgan Powell, Wilson Central.

West Roster

Coaches: Matthew Parker, Houston; Ronnie Burk, Lexington; Rory Hinson, South Gibson; Brian Dunn, University School of Jackson.

Roster: Alexis Bonnano, Briarcrest; Maddie Lane, Covington; Kali Decker, Dyersburg; Kyndal Riddick, Dyersburg; Rebekah Moffatt, Fayette Academy; Grace Thurmond, Harding Academy; Jenna Cotter, Houston; Katheryn Patterson, Houston; Mary Collins, Houston; Alaina Moors, Lexington; Brooklyn Hays, Lexington; Iesha Kizer, Lexington; Austin Brewer, Trinity Christian; Samantha Sullivan, University School of Jackson.



TSCA Miss Softball

Class A
West: Lydia Hayes, Huntingdon
East: Bethany Hunt, Grace Christian

Class AA
West: Kaitlin Kelly, Lexington
Middle: Caitlin Turner, Greenbrier
East: Jordan Fortel, Greeneville

Class AAA
West: Seeley Layne, Brighton
Middle: Brianna Jones, Coffee County
East: Kayla Bosman, Ooltewah

Division II
West: Ally McFarland, University School of Jackson
Middle: Courtney Miles, Friendship Christian

 


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