Lady Knights represented on KMAC teams


Four Northmor softball players listed on Knox Morrow Athletic Conference postseason honors.

By Brandon Little - [email protected]



GALION — Northmor’s varsity softball team went 12-12 this season, including a 4-7 record in Knox Morrow Athletic Conference play. The Lady Knights placed multiple athletes on the All-KMAC postseason lists.

Maddie Simpson picked up first-team All-KMAC thanks to her work at home plate. Simpson was among the conference’s best hitters, compiling a .518 batting average with 83 plate attempts. Simpson was tied for second for the league lead with 43 hits. Only Cardington’s Mac Linkous had more hits (45). Simpson was able to pace Northmor with a trio of triples this season, as well. No one in the KMAC had more stolen bases than Simpson’s 26.

Mehaila Strobel and Taylor Cantrell both were placed on the second team All-KMAC list for their efforts this season. Strobel had the team lead for RBIs (32), second-most hits for Northmor with 31, and led the team with eight doubles.

Lexi Wenger was named to the All-Academic list for the KMAC. Wenger is a multi-sport athlete that is going to continue her education at the University of Cincinnati.

Cardington-Lincoln’s Linkous was named the KMAC Player of the Year. Her coach, Tod Brininger, brought home Coach of the Year.

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Four Northmor softball players listed on Knox Morrow Athletic Conference postseason honors.

By Brandon Little

[email protected]