Players are nominated by their coaches and selected for their softball accomplishments throughout their high school careers. Those selected to play in the All-Star games, also raise money for the event, portions of which are donated to Special Olympics.
Hinman and Myers both also received first-team all-conference honors from the Southwest Wisconsin Activities League at the conclusion of the 2019 season.
At the plate, Myers batted .385 this past season for the Wildcats, with a team-high 30 hits in 78 at bats. She also scored a team-high 29 runs and a team-high 21 RBIs to go along with an on-base percentage of .456. From her outfield position, she had a fielding percentage of .860 with 38 put outs and eight errors.
Hinman batted .343 with an on-base percentage of .476, coming away with 23 hits in 67 at bats. She also scored a team-high 29 runs to go along with 11 RBIs.
From her shortstop position, Hinman had a fielding percentage of .885 with 46 put outs and 10 errors.
Hinman and Myers were members of the Division 4&5 Black All-Star squad, long with Belmont’s Abby Althaus and Sadie Willborn, Cuba City’s Courtney Busch and Jadyn Reese, Fennimore’s Taylor Ferretti, Mineral Point’s Morgan James and Darlington’s Bethany McDonald.
Last Tuesday morning the Division 4&5 Black squad took on the Division 4&5 White team, and later that same day took the field against the Division 4&5 Green team. The Division 4&5 Black team won both games, 8–3 and 11–7.
Other area players playing on the Division 4&5 Red team were Jadyn Noonan and Amber Udelhoven of Potosi, Madalyn Drury and Morgan Kosharek of Highland, Tatum Johnson of Riverdale and Verity Johnson of River Ridge.
Playing on the Division 2&3 Gray team were Amber Lancaster and Kaycie Wagner of Platteville, while Lindsey Murphy of Dodgeville was a member of the Division 2&3 Black All-Star squad.