Softball: 2015 All-Continental League teams

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Regis Jesuit sophomore Erin Pendleton was chosen to the All-Continental League second team for the 2015 softball season. Pendleton had a team-best .396 batting average and picked up four wins as a pitcher for the Raiders, who finished 6-13. (Photo by Courtney Oakes/Aurora Sentinel)
Regis Jesuit sophomore Erin Pendleton was chosen to the All-Continental League second team for the 2015 softball season. Pendleton had a team-best .396 batting average and picked up four wins as a pitcher for the Raiders, who finished 6-13. (Photo by Courtney Oakes/Aurora Sentinel)

AURORA | Regis Jesuit selections and others voted onto the 2015 All-Continental League teams for the 2015 softball season:

Courtney Oakes is Aurora Sentinel Sports Editor. Reach him at 303-750-7555 or [email protected] Twitter: @aurorasports. FB: Aurora Prep Sentinel

2015 ALL-CONTINENTAL LEAGUE SOFTBALL TEAMS

FIRST TEAM

Other selections: Lexi Kagan and Kiah Parker, Castle View; Shannon Bass, Sara Breckbill, Emily Moore and Jordan Smith, Chaparral; Jordan Acosta, Clara Larson and Hannah Storey, Douglas County; Carly Carlsen, Heritage; Brooke Doumer, Zoe Mihalicz, Alyssa Nunn and Jesse Smith, Legend; Rebecca Gonzales and Paige McGuire, Mountain Vista; Kendall Boyum, Peyton Matejka and Hannah Smith, Ponderosa; Katie Didonna, Syd Marchando and Sloane Stewartson, Rock Canyon; Amanda Hedges, Emily Morris and Kellsi Peterson, ThunderRidge

Player of the Year: Clara Larson, Douglas County. Coach of the Year: Alan Digiosio, Chaparral.

SECOND TEAM

Aurora selection: Erin Pendleton, Regis Jesuit

Other selections: Kayla Gau, Castle View; Hannah Moore, Laura Scheffel, Emily Smillie and Adrienne Visintine, Chaparral; Katelyn Dain, Alley Kim, Douglas County; Gabbie Matl, Heritage; Ryan Milkowski and Rachel Van Gundy, Highlands Ranch; Olivia Bradley, Kailey Kumor, Zoey LeCompte, Cailey Oldemeyer, Brittney Russo, Legend; Erin Kerby, Mountain Vista; Alise Morin, Ponderosa; Shelby Lamkin, Caroline Thomas and Haley Williams, Rock Canyon; Isabel Aguilar and Sam Schoen, ThunderRidge