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Oklahoma high school softball: All-City Athletic Conference announces 2020 All-Conference team

The All-City Athletic Conference announced its All-Conference softball team for the 2020 season.

Southeast's Zyah Primeaux and Classen SAS' Alyssa Underwood were named Co-Players of the Year. Jaidyn Broiles of Classen SAS was tabbed Offensive Player of the Year and Charlene Morris of Southeast was named Defensive Player of the Year. Southeast's Scott Harrison won Coach of the Year. 

Here's a breakdown of the team:

Natalie Aguinaga, Southeast

Mariah Chavez, Northwest Classen

Macalynn Cheatham, John Marshall

Isabella Hardeman, Classen SAS

Ahlena Johnson, U.S. Grant

Tiara Parks, Northwest Classen

Ashton Penner, Southeast

Estefany Pericado, Capitol Hill

Kiara Santana, Southeast

Taviona Smith, John Marshall

Symone Talley, Classen SAS

Jamie Weber, Capitol Hill

Jaliya Young, John Marshall

Honorable Mention: Lailah Meeks, Gabby Carranza-Hernandez, Idalia Zamacona, Hershellea Philips, Evelyn Morales, Nichole Tilley, Adrianna Velez, Jaci Delgado, Nisha Foster, Breya Smith

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James Jackson

James D. Jackson joined The Oklahoman in January 2020 to cover high school sports. He a University of Central Oklahoma graduate. During his time at UCO, James served as a sports reporter and Editor-in-Chief of the student newspaper, The Vista.... Read more ›

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