Sissonville also landed freshman Abbey Jordan on the team as an outfielder. Jordan, who hit .360 with 21 RBI, played first base when Baldwin pitched and outfield when Haynes was throwing.
The 11-member team was comprised entirely of freshmen, although sophomores who did not earn letters in 2012 were eligible as rookies.
Haynes narrowly edged Hurricane freshman first baseman Maddie Hebb for the Rookie of the Year honor. Hebb hit .462 with two homers and 14 doubles. She also played solid defense for the Redskins (30-6), who won their first Class AAA Region 4 championship Friday with a 2-0 win over St. Albans (28-5).
Hurricane was held to five hits in that game. Hebb was 2-for-3. She was joined on the All-Rookie team by Redskins freshman Amber Null, a right fielder who is hitting .348 with four homers and 12 doubles entering the State Tournament.
St. Albans and South Charleston each landed a pair of players on the team. Red Dragons second baseman Maddie Chandler helped solidify the middle of the St. Albans infield with a .984 fielding percentage, which became pivotal in maximizing the effectiveness of pitcher Ali Haynes.
St. Albans center fielder Katie Holstein entered the starting lineup in the second half of the season but finished with a .367 batting average, and did not make an error all season. Holstein will likely share pitching duties with current shortstop Madi Marshall in 2014.
South Charleston's Amanda McDonald spent most of the year at third base and hit .329 with three doubles. Like Holstein, she appears to be the heir apparent to a stalwart pitcher, as she threw 20 innings this season in the few times when 2012 Kanawha Valley Player of the Year and Elon University recruit Alli Burdette was not in the circle.
Black Eagles shortstop Madisyn Pauley also made the list as much for her glove as her bat. Pauley hit .309 with six doubles, but also had an .889 fielding percentage, helping cut down on errors that led to frequent losses for Burdette and South Charleston in 2012. The team finished 20-10.
Buffalo catcher Chase Christy (.389, 26 RBI), George Washington first baseman Taylor Casto (.375, 6 2B) and Poca pitcher/catcher Tori Ward (.439, 6 HR, 26 RBI) round out the team.
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