EVANS — For the second straight year, the District 3-C Most Valuable Player came from Evans High School.

EVANS — For the second straight year, the District 3-C Most Valuable Player came from Evans High School.

Sophomore standout Jewel Sharbeno repeated as the 3-C MVP, as voted on by the coaches of the district.

Sharbeno batted an impressive .572 in league play, while going 5-1 as a pitcher. She sported a 0.85 earned run average as she won the district's top player award for a second year in a row.

Veteran head coach Connie Comer and Simpson's Jessica Dooley were selected as Co-Coach of the Year in the league as their respective teams shared the league championship as both were 5-1 in district play.

Sharbeno was joined on the first team by teammates junior Bethany Kay, sophomore Kristi Jeane, eighth-grader Kaitlyn Jeane and sophomore Elizabeth Harvey. Kay made the squad as a catcher, while both Jeanes were infielders. Harvey was selected at utility.

Dooley had a quintet of her players named first-team all-district, including seventh-graders Emily Collins and Alexis Merriman, senior Whitney Counts, junior Sarah Flatt and sophomore Tajah Bennett.

Collins was named to the squad as a pitcher, Flatt as a catcher, Bennett and Counts in the outfield and Merriman as a utility selection.

Rounding out the first-team selections were the Ebarb contingent of seventh-grader Raeghan Lewing at pitcher, freshman catcher Kaylyn Sepulvado, junior infielder Kiana Phathong, junior outfielder Autumn Wyatt and utility pick Millie Tanner.

The second-team choices to the team were the Evans trio of Anna Martinez, Sarah Bryant and Faith Cryer, the Simpson quartet of Kiersten Standifer, Kenzie Rachal, Payton Miller and Ashley Addison, the Ebarb trio of Averie Mitchell, Selina White and Isabella Fernandez and the Pleasant Hill triumvirate of Brianna Thornton, Adijah Sanders and LaDaezhia Turner.