Burger played a key role in getting the Scott City Rams to the inaugural spring softball final four. She was 17-5 in the circle with a 2.08 ERA and 139 strikeouts while posting a .494 average and .655 on-base percentage and 22 RBIs.
Dock dominated the opposition as a sophomore to propel the Hawks to the Class 2 final four for the second year in a row and 15th time in school history. She was 10-3 with a 1.57 ERA and 94 strikeouts while hitting .514 with 23 RBIs.
Jansson, who recorded both wins at the final four for the state champion Indians, was 14-2 with a 1.39 earned run average during her senior campaign. She also hit .510 at the plate and drove home 42 runs.
Jones went 11-4 during her outstanding junior season to help the Oran Eagles reach the Class 1 state quarterfinals in the fall. She posted a 0.83 ERA and recorded 88 strikeouts in 109 innings of work.
Lowrey, the SCAA Player of the Year and Bernie’s senior catcher, had a monstrous year at the plate and on the basepaths. She hit .581 with a .957 slugging percentage, including five home runs. She scored 39 runs, drove in 28 and had 35 stolen bases.
Cape Central senior
Orenstein was one of Central’s top hitters and its pitcher during her senior season, and helped the Tigers reach the Class 4 District 1 championship. She had a 12-2 record with a 1.51 ERA and 88 strikeouts. She hit .405 and drove in 20 runs.
Notre Dame junior
Peters was impressive in the circle for the Bulldogs. She recorded 16 wins and six losses along with a 0.79 ERA and 134 strikeouts to help Notre Dame to a 21-6 record and second-place finish in the Class 3 District 1 tournament.
Pruett, who will be a member of the Southeast Missouri State softball team next season, hit .570 with 11 home runs during her senior season. She was an all-state infielder during her junior and senior seasons.
Washburn helped the Indians win the inaugural spring softball state championship during her senior season. She hit .580 and drove home a remarkable 58 runs while producing the power to hit nine home runs.
Notre Dame senior
Westrich starred on the perennially-strong Bulldogs softball team that finished 21-6 and reached the Class 3 District 1 championship game. She batted .415 and drove in 19 runs while scoring 17. She had 34 hits, including six doubles and three triples.