Mady Reid's standout sophomore season for Wapello softball (23-10, 12-4) earned her the all-Southeast Iowa Super Conference North player of the year honor.
The outfielder batted .436 with 17 extra-base hits, 18 RBIs and 14 stolen bases. Reid was one of nine Arrows who earned all-conference honors, with pitcher Eliza Noa, catcher Emma Reid and infielder Abby Kerr joining her on the first team.
Noa capped her senior season with a 17-5 record and 2.06 ERA from the circle. While managing a pitching staff that posted a team 2.70 ERA, Emma Reid also batted .354 with a .429 on-base percentage and 16 RBIs. Kerr concluded her senior year with a .321 batting average and six RBIs.
Louisa-Muscatine (34-6, 16-0) had plenty of representation as well, with pitcher Isabelle True, catcher Katie Hearn, infielders Katie Koppe and Kylee Sanders, outfielder McKenna Hohenadel and utility player Hailey Sanders all receiving first-team recognition. L-M's Bryan Butler was named coach of the year.
True is 17-3 with a 1.40 ERA in the circle for the Falcons, who advanced to the state tournament for the first time in school history with a 3-0 win over East Marshall on Monday. At the plate, the junior is batting .340 with a team-leading five home runs and 31 RBIs.
Hearn is hitting .370 with 10 doubles and 21 RBIs in her junior season. Koppe owns a .434 batting average, 12 doubles, one home run and 36 RBIs as a junior. Kylee Sanders leads the team with a .515 batting average to go along with eight doubles, 21 RBIs and 16 stolen bases. Hohenadel has a .389 batting average, seven doubles and 17 RBIs. Leading the team with a 1.08 ERA to go along with an 8-2 record in the circle, Hailey Sanders is also batting .337 with eight doubles, two home runs and 31 RBIs.
Wapello's Addisyn Lolling, Sammy Ewart and Samantha Smith join Columbus Community's (5-20, 4-12) Aubrey Duncan and Emma Milder as well as L-M's Brynn Jeambey on the second team.
Columbus's Kayla Beenen and Anna Hamilton, Wapello's Toni Bohlen and Serah Shafer and L-M's Maddie Mashek and Mallory Hohenadel earned honorable mentions.