Eight Lady Panthers were named to the District 6-3A First Team All-District softball team this year and head coach Beau Bouvier couldn’t be happier.
“I am really proud of them,” Bouvier said. “We are well-represented, and these girls deserve the recognition.”
Junior pitcher Mary-Cathryn Comeaux was named Most Valuable Player in the district for her extraordinary season with Brusly Comeaux pitched 137.3 innings for the Lady Panthers, claiming an 18-5 record with an ERA of 1.373. She struck out 191 batters. Offensively, Comeaux had a .438 batting average hitting 33-for-104, including 19 singles, 7 doubles, and 7 home runs.
Senior Ariana Cipriano earned honors for her work as the Lady Panthers’ shortstop. Cipriano hit 31-for-111 with a batting average of .279. She had 25 RBIs with 19 singles, 4 doubles, 4 triples, and 4 home runs.
Senior Gabrielle Mancuso was named to the team as a utility player. She was named the first team with her .364 batting average, hitting 40-for-110 with 29 singles, 8 doubles, and 3 home runs with 32 RBIs. Mancuso had 174 putouts at first base this year for Brusly.
Leading the team in hits and batting average was senior Kyana Thymes, earned a spot for third base. She started for the Lady Panthers for three years. This year she had a batting average of .436, going 49-for-114. She hit 32 singles, 11 doubles, and 3 home runs.
Junior Caroline Gassie earned a spot as catcher. She had 201 putouts for the Lady Panthers. Gassie hit .342, going 38-for-111 with 21 singles, 7 doubles, and a team-high ten home runs, also leading the team with 43 RBIs.
Junior Baylee Weems earned a spot for second base. Weems hit 28-for-95 with a .295 batting average. She hit 20 singles and 7 doubles with 19 RBIs.
Junior Kameryn Adkins earned a spot as an outfielder. She had a batting average of .284, hitting 27-for-95 with 24 singles and 28 RBIs.
Sophomore Angel Bradford also earned a spot as an outfielder. She hit .418, hitting 38-for-91 with 28 singles, 7 doubles, and 26 RBIs.