Coffee County Baseball and Softball Players Named to All-District Squads

With the high school baseball and softball seasons coming to a close, the Coffee County Central High School teams featured several deserving candidates for the recently named All-District teams.  For the Red Raiders, Skylar Bratcher and Hayden Skipper were named to the District 8AAA All-District baseball team.  Skipper, a junior, led the Raiders in most hitting categories for the year.  Skipper led the team in batting average(.376), home runs(4), doubles(10), triples(4), hits(35) and walks(25).  On the mound, Skipper finished with a record of 3 and 4 while leading the team in innings pitched with 38 and strikeouts with 66.  Bratcher, a sophomore,  led the Raiders in RBI with 21 while finishing with the most singles(23).  Bratcher was tied for 2nd on the team in batting average(.325), on-base percentage(.422) and runs scored(13).

For the Lady Raiders, Keri Munn, Sarah West, Katie Rutledge and Haley Richardson were named to the District 8AAA All-District softball team.  Rutledge, a senior, led the Lady Raiders in average as she finished the season with a batting average of .468.  Rutledge was also the team leader in triples(6), runs(40), hits(51), singles(34) and stolen bases(21).  West, a junior, was the team leader in RBI with 34, doubles with 9 and walks with 17.  West was also tied for the team lead in home runs with 5.  Richardson, a senior, was 2nd on the team in hits with 45 and batting average at .433.  Richardson was among the leaders in most other offensive categories as she had 8 doubles, 3 home runs, 30 RBI with a slugging percentage of .615.  Munn, a sophomore, was the team’s ace pitcher finishing with a record of 19 and 5 with a 1.22 ERA.  Munn struck out 164 batters in 149 innings pitched in the circle.  Offensively, Munn batted .392 on the year with 22 RBI.