PCHS trio named to all-state team

Published 4:02 pm Friday, July 2, 2010

Following Polk County High Schools inaugural softball season in Class 2A, the Wolverines have placed three players on the divisions all-state team.

Senior center fielder Nikki Williams, sophomore catcher Alyssa Montgomery and sophomore pitcher Jamie Hrobak were named to the all-state team when rosters were announced earlier this week.

Williams, who just graduated and will attend Appalachian State, hit .413 and stole 18 bases. She was an all-district selection twice before, but this is her first all-state nod.

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This is something Nikki really wanted after being named all-district twice, said PCHS head coach Jeff Wilson. It was a goal for her.

Hrobak earned all-state honors for the first time after going 16-7 on the rubber, striking out 214 in just 128 innings of work.

She earned 16 of the teams 18 victories and sported a 2.60 earned run average at seasons end.

Montgomery made the all-state roster for the second time in as many varsity seasons. She led the Wolverines in virtually every offensive category, including batting average (.456) and doubles (12).

Im really proud of these girls, said Wilson. Its a great reflection on them and on our team-first attitude.