ANACOCO — It was a stellar softball season once again at Anacoco High School.

ANACOCO — It was a stellar softball season once again at Anacoco High School.

The Lady Indians captured a share of the District 4-B crown, while capping their outstanding season by reaching the semifinals in the Class B state tournament, falling to the eventual state champion Holden Lady Rockets.

And as a result, they picked up numerous honors on the 4-B all-district team, as voted on by the coaches.

Four Lady Indians were named first-team all-district, including Most Valuable Player Annabelle Sellers. A junior pitcher, Sellers pitched the majority of the season for the Lady Indians, earning the majority of the wins.

She also held a district batting average of .567, with a season mark of .440.

Fellow junior Korie Kreps and seniors Nicole Fitzgerald and Allie Haymon were also named first-team all-district.

Kreps batted .586 during district play and just under .500 for the season as she made the team at utility. Haymon, who moved to catcher for her senior year, also made the team at utility with a .412 batting average on the year, while Fitzgerald made the team as an outfielder, batting an impressive .481 in league play.

Co-champion Pitkin also landed four players on the first-team, including standout cathcer Holley Ash, designated hitter Ainsleigh Gautreaux, first baseman Chloe Paul and third baseman Sadie Cooley.

Ash batted .476 in league play, while sporting a .378 mark for the season, while Gautreaux posted an impressive .357 average in district action. Paul batted .310 on the season, while Cooley sported a .300 batting average for the Lady Tigers, who reached the Class B quarterfinals.

The Hicks' trio of Shay Sigler, Hannah Sigler and Ali Perkins join with the Fairview duo of Callie Maddox and Olivia Grace Williams to round out the first team.

Shay Sigler posted an impressive batting average of .429 on the season, making the team as an outfielers, while Hannah Sigler and Perkins made the squad as battery mates. Sigler batted .376 inleague play and Perkins toted a .311 average.

Maddox, a senior shortstop, batted .372 on the year, while Williams was good for a .467 batting average.

The second team including the Hornbeck duo of Megan Ellis and Madi Smith, the Fairview pairing of Olivia Rose Williams and Haylee Young, the Pitkin trio of Brilee Nolen, Kylee Cook and Shelby Lentz, the Anacoco duo of Kinsley Blakeway and Cammy Hooks and Hicks' Chyla Coates.