Cincinnati Christian took top honors in the 2018 Miami Valley Conference Scarlet Division prep softball voting after going 11-2 and sharing the title with Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy.
Junior outfielder Jenna Monk is the Athlete of the Year and Steve Gillens is the Coach of the Year for CCS.
Seven Hills was the Gray Division champion with a 12-1 mark. The Stingers swept the Gray individual awards with senior Maggie Kersting as the Athlete of the Year and Marty Gerhardt as the Coach of the Year.
Here is a full list of the MVC teams:
Cincinnati Christian — Briahna Bush, Jenna Monk
Cincinnati Country Day — Megan Jarrell, Ruth Kramer
Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy — Camryn Olson, Emma Shank
Lockland — Erin Goins
Norwood — Rylie Molden, Ryan Williams
Cincinnati Christian — Merrick Heid, Kayla Stacy, Ashley Veldkamp
Cincinnati Country Day — Liz Brock
Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy — Lauren Myers, Corinne Vanderwoude
Lockland — Heather Gehring
Norwood — Holly Borgemenke, Hannah Woodruff
Cincinnati Christian — Karli Head, Miranda Heid
Cincinnati Country Day — Sarah Jarrell, Emily Ray
Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy — Anna McSwain, Maria Pancioli
Lockland — Riley Blum, Jaiden Mason
Norwood — McKenna Chambers, Julia Endsley
Clark Montessori — Dasia Thornton
New Miami — Sam Jones, Arielle Scalf
North College Hill — Abigail Wilson
Seven Hills — Lucy Callard, Maggie Kersting, Mary Grace Ramsay
St. Bernard — Sydney Fleak, Kyli Thompson
Clark Montessori — Tiffany Campbell, Amayah Richardson, Chandelle Swigart
New Miami — Kristyn Riley
North College Hill — Jonaia Clark
Seven Hills — Max Creech, Abby Markworth
St. Bernard — Kiersten Hacker, Layla Lovett
Clark Montessori — Angel Meltebrink, Molly Perry
New Miami — Brooklynn Adkins, Camry Jenkins
North College Hill — Qiya Davis, Lydia Solloman-Belanger
Seven Hills — Jessica Nordlund, Audrey Wilson
St. Bernard — Makayla Paul, Gabby Wallace
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