Eleven members of the district co-champion Early Lady Horns, and nine members of the third place Bangs Lady Dragons were selected for the 6-3A all-district softball team.
The Lady Horns earned a pair of superlative honors as senior pitcher MaKayla DeLeon was voted the District MVP, while junior third baseman Sydnee Shea was chosen Offensive MVP.
Landing on the first team for Early were junior shortstop Laiken Reagan, sophomore second baseman Vance-Cady Gordon, freshman center fielder Kailee Love and junior catcher Emma Loven.
Second-team choices included junior right fielder Jenna Whitehead and freshman designated player Alexa Portillo, while junior left fielder Chloe Clowdus, junior first baseman Emily Rodriguez and freshman shortstop Emma Connelly received honorable mention.
For Bangs, first-team picks were senior shortstop Vanessa Perez and junior designated player Sydney Horton.
Named to the second team were senior first baseman Brianna Zapata, junior pitcher Kialie Dodson, junior third baseman Kenzie Baker and sophomore outfielder Ashlynn Emerson.
Receiving honorable mention were senior outfielder Macy Rowland, sophomore outfielder Honey Keely and freshman second baseman Marissa Perez.
The rest of the superlative award winners were Defensive MVP Jilian Hufstutler from Comanche, Newcomer of the Year Alize Lopez from Comanche, Pitcher of the Year Chloe Williams from Comanche, Co-Utility Players of the Year Kayde Raybion from Brady and Emily Milward from Coleman; and Catcher of the Year Ashley Jones of Comanche.
Rounding out the first team were Brady's Destiny Williams and Katie McAnelly; Dublin's Isabel Bustamante; Coleman's Sadie McCambridge and Damara Thomas; and Comanche's Landrie Day and Vicki Lopez.
Completing the second team were Brady's Ariel Bernal, Madison Boyd and Alyssa Moreno; Coleman's Ginny Arnold, Tallye Harris, Summer Flores and Baylie Diaz; Dublin's Jascey Sharp, Tayleigh Pendleton, Grayci Vargas and Camry Porter; and Comanche's Danielle Wendt, Lynzie Day and Kenna Hall.
Early finished the season with a 16-7 record, including 9-1 in district, under Alfonso Chavez, while Bangs went 12-11 under Beau Burnett, with a 4-6 league mark.