Chapmanville’s Allison Evans (pitcher), Bre Thomas (third base) and Jenna Evans (shortstop) were named to the first team.
On the second team were second baseman Lauren Shumate, left fielder Haley McCann and catcher Alyssa Bailey.
The six helped lead Chapmanville to the Class AA state championship last week as the Lady Tigers beat Ritchie County, 3-1, in the title game. It was the second straight state championship for the Lady Tigers.
Chapmanville finished 25-14 overall and 4-6 in the Cardinal Conference.
On the All-Cardinal Conference First-Team from Sissonville were: Dee Dee Loftis (P-SS); Bekah Baldwin (P-1B); Katie Holmes (1B-RF); Kaytee Gibson; and Kaylee Ballard (P).
Poca’s Miranda Linville (P); and Madi McGrew (C) were also on the first team.
Representing Herbert Hoover were: Rachael Mack (P); Alyssa Lawrence (C); Lexi Lawrence (SS); and Mandi Edwards (RF).
On the first team from Point Pleasant were: Faith Slone (P-2B); and Adrianna Adkins (C).
Wayne’s Alyssa Lycans (P), Kayla Adams (P-SS); and Jennifer Arnold (RF) also landed spots on the first team.
On the second team from Sissonville were: Lindsay Ballard (CF); Chelsea Hanshaw (SS/RF); Ashley Dingee (RF/DP); Olivia Bodnar (3B); Maddie Bodnar (SS/OF).
Poca’s Jordan Baria (3B); and Morgan Lucas (2B) were also on the all-league second team.
Representing Herbert Hoover were: Arron Copen (CF/P); Marissa Shaffer (1B); Brooke Robinson( DP); and Hayle Anderson (3B).
Point Pleasant’s Mary Mullins (2B) and Rebekah Dunham (3B) made the team as well.
Rounding out the second team were Tasha Maynard (1B); Katie Thompson (2B); and Jessica Watts (1B) from Wayne.
Sissonville won the regular season Cardinal Conference championship with an 8-2 league mark.
Wayne and Herbert Hoover tied for second with identical 7-3 records. Hoover, ranked No. 2 in the state, lost 4-0 at home to No. 7 Chapmanville in the Class AA Region 4 championship game at Falling Rock.
Chapmanville was third at 4-6.
Point Pleasant was next with a 3-7 mark.
Poca High School brought up the rear with a 1-9 conference record.