Following a 25-5 season, which included a 14-0 record for a District 29-2A championship, the Harper High School varsity softball team placed 13 members on the all-district squads.
For the second consecutive season, the Ladyhorns advanced to the Region IV semifinal round before being bounced out of the playoffs. This year, the team lost to two-time defending state champion Weimar twice last week, 3-2 and 6-1.
Named to the district first team were: Shelby Koenig (junior; Co-Most Valuable Player), Courtney Ahrns (junior; Offensive MVP), Logan Menzies (freshman; Co-Newcomer of the Year), Hunter McDonald (junior, catcher, unanimous selection), Dayzee Treiber (junior; outfielder, unanimous), Haley Jodoin (junior; outfielder, unanimous), and Taya Beyer (senior; infielder).
Making the league’s second team were: Morgan Baethge (junior; infielder) and Julia Scott (senior; Designated Player/Utility Player).