Three Warriors and three Trojans were named to the Upper Iowa Conference all-conference softball team.

South Winn's Jenn Panos and Turkey Valley's Allie Njus garnered first team honors. South Winn's Bayley Monroe and Turkey Valley's Macey Winter took home second team recognition, with TV's Kalyn Kruse and SW's Courtney Humpal being named honorable mention.

Panos was an honorable mention player in 2012 and second team in 2011. She led the team with a .464 batting average, along with a .475 on-base percentage and .773 slugging average. She had 12 doubles, three triples, four home runs, 31 RBIs and 17 runs scored.

Njus, who was honored for the first time, batted .348 this season. She scored 42 runs, to go with three doubles and nine RBIs. She also stole nine bases.

Monroe, who garnered second team accolades a year ago, hit .289 at the plate with 11 RBIs. On the mound she had a 2.94 ERA. She compiled a 10-15 overall record in 174 innings of work. She had 11 strikeouts.

Winter, an honorable mention honoree last season, led the Trojans with a .352 batting average. She also had a .582 slugging clip. She produced 21 RBIs, nine doubles, four home runs and 24 RBIs.

With her first conference honor, Kruse hit .242 this season, along with a .327 on-base average. She scored 22 runs, had seven doubles and drove in 10.

Humpal hit .286 for the Warriors and had a .347 slugging average. She pounded six doubles, 11 RBIs and scored 17 runs. This is her first conference honor.



Three Warriors and three Trojans were named to the Upper Iowa Conference all-conference softball team.

South Winn's Jenn Panos and Turkey Valley's Allie Njus garnered first team honors. South Winn's Bayley Monroe and Turkey Valley's Macey Winter took home second team recognition, with TV's Kalyn Kruse and SW's Courtney Humpal being named honorable mention.

Panos was an honorable mention player in 2012 and second team in 2011. She led the team with a .464 batting average, along with a .475 on-base percentage and .773 slugging average. She had 12 doubles, three triples, four home runs, 31 RBIs and 17 runs scored.

Njus, who was honored for the first time, batted .348 this season. She scored 42 runs, to go with three doubles and nine RBIs. She also stole nine bases.

Monroe, who garnered second team accolades a year ago, hit .289 at the plate with 11 RBIs. On the mound she had a 2.94 ERA. She compiled a 10-15 overall record in 174 innings of work. She had 11 strikeouts.

Winter, an honorable mention honoree last season, led the Trojans with a .352 batting average. She also had a .582 slugging clip. She produced 21 RBIs, nine doubles, four home runs and 24 RBIs.

With her first conference honor, Kruse hit .242 this season, along with a .327 on-base average. She scored 22 runs, had seven doubles and drove in 10.

Humpal hit .286 for the Warriors and had a .347 slugging average. She pounded six doubles, 11 RBIs and scored 17 runs. This is her first conference honor.



Three Warriors and three Trojans were named to the Upper Iowa Conference all-conference softball team.

South Winn's Jenn Panos and Turkey Valley's Allie Njus garnered first team honors. South Winn's Bayley Monroe and Turkey Valley's Macey Winter took home second team recognition, with TV's Kalyn Kruse and SW's Courtney Humpal being named honorable mention.

Panos was an honorable mention player in 2012 and second team in 2011. She led the team with a .464 batting average, along with a .475 on-base percentage and .773 slugging average. She had 12 doubles, three triples, four home runs, 31 RBIs and 17 runs scored.

Njus, who was honored for the first time, batted .348 this season. She scored 42 runs, to go with three doubles and nine RBIs. She also stole nine bases.

Monroe, who garnered second team accolades a year ago, hit .289 at the plate with 11 RBIs. On the mound she had a 2.94 ERA. She compiled a 10-15 overall record in 174 innings of work. She had 11 strikeouts.

Winter, an honorable mention honoree last season, led the Trojans with a .352 batting average. She also had a .582 slugging clip. She produced 21 RBIs, nine doubles, four home runs and 24 RBIs.

With her first conference honor, Kruse hit .242 this season, along with a .327 on-base average. She scored 22 runs, had seven doubles and drove in 10.

Humpal hit .286 for the Warriors and had a .347 slugging average. She pounded six doubles, 11 RBIs and scored 17 runs. This is her first conference honor.

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