Members of co-Hoosier Heritage Conference champions Shelbyville and Yorktown lead the 2022 All-HHC softball team.
The Golden Bears placed four players on the team, while the Tigers placed three. Both teams finished 6-1 in HHC play this season and were among four teams who won 20 or more regular season games. Third-place New Palestine placed three players on the team, while fourth-place Pendleton Heights had four on the 20-player team. Eleven of the honorees were seniors.
Yorktown’s Jeremy Penrod was named Coach of the Year.
Yorktown and Shelbyville each won their first HHC titles since 2016, when the two teams shared the title with New Palestine.
2022 All-HHC softball
- Kate Penrod, Sr., SS, Delta
- Ella Redman, Sr., 3B, Greenfield-Central
- Megan Wineinger, Sr., 2B, Greenfield-Central
- Graci Hines, Fr., P, Mt. Vernon
- Easton Wampler, So., C, Mt. Vernon
- Hannah Essert, Sr., 3B, New Castle
- Aglaia Rudd, Jr., 3B, New Palestine
- Allie Blum, So., SS, New Palestine
- Alaina Miller, Sr., 2B, New Palestine
- Kieli Ryan, Sr., C., Pendleton Heights
- Khloee Gregory, Sr., SS, Pendleton Heights
- Caroline DeRolf, Sr., 1B, Pendleton Heights
- Kiah Hubble, So., OF, Pendleton Heights
- Karissa Hamilton, Sr., C/OF, Shelbyville
- Kylee Edwards, Jr., SS, Shelbyville
- Cheyenne Eads, So., P, Shelbyville
- Addi Stieneker, Fr., 3B, Shelbyville
- Alanah Jones, Sr., P/OF, Yorktown
- Macie Dowd, Sr., 1B/P, Yorktown
- Caitlyn Laferny, So., P/OF, Yorktown
2021 softball standings
|1||New Palestine Dragons||7||0||28||1|
|2||Shelbyville Golden Bears||6||1||24||5|
|4||Mt. Vernon Marauders||4||3||21||5|
|5||Pendleton Heights Arabians||4||3||19||11|
|8||New Castle Trojans||0||7||12||17|