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Ballard star Alivia Sinnott has been selected by the Kentucky Softball Coaches Association to represent the Bluegrass when they face Tennessee in their annual all-star game June 27th at South Warren High in Bowling Green.
It’s a best of three series; the first team to win two games wins the event. Kentucky owns a 7-5 record against Tennessee and has won two straight.
Sinnott, a pitcher, had a 13-2 record, a 1.80 ERA in 97 innings, allowed 28 runs, 25 earned, 79 hits, struck out 106, and walked 20 during the regular season.
At the Owensboro Health/KHSAA Softball State Tournament, Sinnott was 1-0 with a 0.72 ERA in 9 and 2/3 innings and allowed three runs, one earned, nine hits, struck out 15, and walked three.
Ballard went 29-6 this past season, won the Seventh Region title, and finished tied for seventh place at the state tournament out of 16 teams.
Sinnott also batted occasionally, during the regular season she had a .232 average with 13 RBIs in 69 at bats, at the state tournament she batted .462 in 13 at bats with one run batted in.
The games are scheduled for 10 a.m., 12 p.m., and 2 p.m. (if necessary). Here’s a look at Sinnott’s teammates.
- Montana Fouts (East Carter)
2. Leslie Dixon (South Laurel)
3. Sarah Hallock (Rowan County)
4. Emily Jasper (Scott County)
5. Meryn Livingson (Scott County)
6. Bethany Marcum (North Laurel)
7. Ashton Rankin (Boyd County)
8. Mattie Robbins (Boyle County)
9. Peyton Rose (Woodford County)
10. Kindall Talley (Franklin County)
11. Krystin Wilson (Pulaski County)
12. Carson Flynn (Owensboro Catholic)
13. Lauren Martin (South Warren)
14. Mallory Myers (Paducah Tilghman)
15. Cassie Rannells (Collins)
16. Alivia Sinnott (Ballard)