Junior Kennadie Goth was named the Most Valuable Player on the Shelby High softball team during the squad’s awards ceremony conducted Tuesday night at Shelby Middle School.
Goth also accepted the Most Valuable Offensive Award.
Maddi Fidler received the team’s Most Valuable Defensive Award.
The Most Improved Award went to Katie Steele.
Emily Gove was presented the Sportsmanship Award.
Camryn Zehner, Fidler and Goth all received a Captain Award.
Gove earned her fourth varsity letter while third-year monograms went to Rachel Ensman, Bri Wagoner, Fidler, Goth, Steele and Zehner.
Second-year letters were received by Jenna Holida, Hayley Kanzig and Raychel Sorgenfrei.
First-year letters went to Tori Cain, Sophia Grimm, Sarah Harding and Emma Taylor.
The Lady Whippets posted a record of 17-8 overall and were 8-4 overall.
Also recognized were Summer Burrer, McKenna Deskins, Hannah Finnegan, Brileigh Gates, Lauryn Grass, Cierra Gurney, Kaycee Hess, Taightam Hicks, Esabel Machado, Emma Roberts, Macy Robinette, Alexis Uplinger, Allie Uplinger and Elizabeth Vogt.Members of the undefeated junior varsity softball team were also honored. The Lady Whippet JV’s posted a record of 21-0 this spring.