ASHWAUBENON - Algoma's Taylor Schmidt was named the Division 4 softball player of the year after leading the Wolves to the state title this past spring.
The senior shortstop, who also keyed Algoma's state title run in basketball, hit .500 on the season, scored 25 runs and had 16 RBIs. The Packerland Conference player of the year in softball and basketball also hit two of the team's four home runs.
As for the all-state team, Schmidt was joined by Oshkosh West pitcher Callie Troutfetter (the Fox Valley Association's player of the year) and her teammate Megan Krautsch, Bay Conference co-player of the year Dawn Deterville of Luxemburg-Casco and Appleton East's Molly Krause.
Here's a listing of the all-state team:
2013 Wisconsin Fastpitch Softball Coaches Association All-State
Players of the Year
Division 1: Sarah Fonk, Westosha Central
Division 2: Abby Klopp, Baldwin-Woodville
Division 3: Beth Wood, Mineral Point
Division 4: Taylor Schmidt, Algoma
Abby Klopp, Jr. Badwin-Woodville
Makenzie Walker, Sr. Kenosha Bradford
Nicole Newman, Jr. Madison La Follette
Callie Troutfetter, Sr. Oshkosh West
Kristen Hoppman, Sr. Sun Prairie
Sarah Fonk, Sr. Westosha Central
Kayla Bowe, Sr. Chippewa Falls
Kindra Witthus, Sr. Hudson
Dawn Deterville, Sr. Luxemburg Casco
Renate Meckl, Sr. Oconomowoc
Annie McClelland, Sr. Union Grove
Katie Thompson, Sr. Baldwin-Woodville
Alissa Adams, Sr. Chippewa Falls
Brittany Baldwin, Jr. La Crosse Central
Carly Lass, Sr. Stevens Point
Heather Woyak, Sr. Stevens Point
Molly Krause, Sr. Appleton East
Evie Schaller, Sr. Chippewa Falls
Meg Krautsch, Jr. Oshkosh West
Taylor Smola, Sr. Stevens Point
Katelyn Huemmer, Sr. Sun Prairie
Kayla Konwent, Fr. Westosha Central
Brittney Blazich, Sr. Westosha Central
Mariah Schultz, Sr. Luther
Coach of the Year
Konnie Lampe and Tom Lampe, Westosha Central
Umpire of the Year
William Lapp, South Central District
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