The Louisiana State Writers Association released its Class C-Class 3A All-State over the last week to recognize standout athletes in the fall baseball and softball seasons.

In Class 3A, South Beauregard's Chase Fisher made the team as a utility player. Fisher hit .377 as the No. 6 Knights made it to state quarterfinals.

On the girls side, power hitting outfielder Jaclyn Deason made the team after hitting .450 on the year for the Lady Ks. Karina Simpkins was an honorable mention selection for South Beauregard, as well.

In 2A, Rosepine's Haylee Brinlee's senior season earned her a spot on the team on the infield. Brinlee batted .465 on the year.

Freshman pitcher Chloe Bennett and first baseman Desiree Squires were selected as part of the honorable mention team.

Ethan Miller was an honorable mention pick on the boys side.

Merryville's Gage Robberson added to his trophy case as he was selected to the team, along with his his Class 1A State Championship Game MVP. The third baseman batted .366 in his senior seasln.

JT Gargis and Brett Bell were honorable mention picks, and David Ford was voted as the Class 1A Coach of the Year.

In Class B, Pitkin's Garrett Edwards was selected to the squad as a pitcher and Hornbeck's Grason Dauzat also made the team on the mound.

Hicks' Trace Williams batted .468 this season, earning himself a spot on the all-state team.

Anacoco's Landry Alligood and Hunter Rabablias were selected as honorable mention, along with Pitkin's John Baker, Jacon Thompson and Kyle McKee.

Collin Cowgill and Trey Norris received honorable mention recognition for Hicks.

Korie Kreps hit .508 in her senior season at Anacoco to be selected to the team, and Hick's Lauren Quinn batted .509 to earn her spot.

Anacoco's Annabelle Sellers was an honorable mention pick following her season season.

In Class C, the Simpson trio of Colton Parker (.473), Landon Meyers (.398) and Tanner Yates (.302) were part of the LSWA All-State Team.

Evans senior shortstop Anna Martinez and junior Jewel Sharbeno were big parts in getting Evans back to state for the first time in 20 years, earning them spots on the team.

For Simpson, pitcher Emily Collins hit .563, and catcher Sarah Flatt batted .508 to lead the Lady Broncos to another state playoff appearance and all-state honors.