Mady Stariha

Sr. • P • Superior

• Stariha’s record of 16-3 included 4-0 in the LSC, 166 strikeouts and 34 walks. She allowed 70 hits and 20 runs (16 earned) while carrying a 0.906 ERA. … She also batted .409 with 27 hits, one home run, 12 doubles and a team-leading 22 RBIs.

• Named Lake Superior Conference first-team.

• “Mady is one of the true leaders of our team,” SHS coach Mike Sather said. “An outstanding picture that has great control and she could change speeds at any time. She also had a variety of different pitches. And, she was a threat on offense at all times.”



McKenzie Lehto

Sr. • C • Superior

• Lehto batted .357 with 25 hits (two doubles and two triples) and 13 RBIs.

• Named Lake Superior Conference second-team.

• “McKenzie came up with some really big hits during the course of the year and we could not have asked for more as far as fulfilling the catcher duties,” SHS coach Mike Sather said. “She was a very positive role model and leader on the field.”



Ruby Moore

Fr. • SS • Superior

• Moore carried a .411 batting average with 30 hits and nine RBIs. She also led the Spartans with 30 runs scored and 18 stolen bases.

• Named Lake Superior Conference second-team.

• “As a freshman, Ruby played like a senior,” SHS coach Mike Sather said. “She played shortstop as fine as any shortstop has in my coaching career. As a leadoff batter, she was on-base almost 50% of the time. You cannot ask for more from a girl named Moore.”



Chesie McLaughlin

So. • P/1B • Superior

• McLaughlin belted a team-high seven home runs with 25 hits, including four doubles, 21 RBIs and 16 runs scored. She also had a 329 batting average and .742 slugging percentage … She also won two games with and 3.652 ERA and 16 strikeouts in 15.333 innings

• Named Lake Superior Conference second-team.

• “Chesie did a great job as our No. 4 batter,” SHS coach Mike Sather said. “She’s a great power hitter and has hit balls in places I’ve never seen them go. She hit seven home runs and drove in a lot of runs for us. She also did a great job pitching when we needed her.”



Madison Sislo

Sr. • LF • Superior

• Sislo’s offensive output included a .354 batting average, 17 hits, 11, runs four RBIs, two doubles and three stolen bases.

• “Madison did a great job as a senior leader this year,” SHS coach Mike Sather said. “She was very consistent in the outfield and had a very nice batting average. Her speed made her a threat on the base at any time.”



Kylli Rajala

Jr. • P • Solon Springs

• Rajala’s 15-2 record included a 0.700 ERA with 142 strikeouts and an opponents batting average of .145. … On offense, she batted .589 while leading the team in hits (four doubles, seven triples and one home run) with 19 RBIs and 31 runs scored. She only struck out once.

• Name Indianhead Conference MVP and first-team.

• “Kylli had an amazing season,” SSHS coach Dale Rajala siad. “She was the best player in the conference and came through every time we needed her. All her work put into this game over the years has paid off. The Twin Ports Rampage program and all the games she played against great competition put her in a place that allowed her to dominate over the season. As a coach, I love having her on this team. As a dad, I couldn't be more proud of her.”



Morgan Anderson

Sr. • SS • Solon Springs

• Anderson carried a batting average of .428 with three doubles, eight triples and 17 RBIs. … Anderson, was also the 2019 Superior Telegram Basketball Player of the Year, said college is in her future, but she is undecided between the University of Wisconsin-Superior and Florida Southwestern in Fort Myers, where her sister lives.

• Name Indianhead Conference first-team.

• “Morgan was the best shortstop in the conference,” SSHS coach Dale Rajala said. “She has been so good for us over the last four years and was a big reason we had so much success this season.”



Tory Anderson

Sr. • C • Northwestern

• The captain and four-year varsity player, had a batting average of .389, which included five home runs, five doubles and 19 stolen bases.

• The second-year catcher was second-team all-conference and won the team’s Coach Award. … She was also on the 2018 Telegram All-Area Team.

• “Tory didn’t start playing catcher until her junior season, but she used her speed and athleticism to throw out many runners at second base,” NHS coach Scott Janigo said. “She spent her junior summer playing softball for the Minnesota A’s, but then suffered a setback when she injured her throwing arm early this season. But, she stayed in the lineup on offense and continued exhibiting leadership.”



MacKenzie Correll

Sr. • 2B • Northwestern

• The four-year letter-winner batted .375 with 15 RBIs and 19 stolen bases. She also had on-base percentage of .490, a slugging percentage of .450, and she only struck out three times all season.

• The four-year starter and two-time captain was first-team all-conference and won the team’s Coach Award. … She was also on the 2018 Telegram All-Area Team.

• “MacKenzie is a versatile player able to play all infield and outfield positions,” NHS coach Scott Janigo said. “Hitting out of the two spot, she is able to bunt and swing for power.”



Karsyn Jones

Jr. • CF • Northwestern

• The two-year starter in the outfield carried .402 batting average, which included 34 RBIs and 19 stolen bases. She also sported a .701 slugging percentage and 429 on-base percentage.

• Jones was named first-team all-conference and won the team award for offense. ... She was also on the 2018 Telegram All-Area Team.

• “Karsyn used her speed to rundown many apparent base hits in the outfield and used her powerful arm to throw out runners at third base and home,” NHS coach Scott Janigo said. “Jarsyn also had an impressive season at the plate.”



Allison Luoma

So. • P • Northwestern

• A 19-5 record with 128 strikeouts in 97 innings helped with Luoma being named the Heart O’ North Conference Player of the Year. She also sported a 2.02 ERA.

• “Besides picking up the HON’s biggest award, Luoma was the Tigers’ MVP and first-team all-conference. … This is her second year on the Telegram All-Area Team.

• “Allison started her freshman season as our JV pitcher,” NHS coach Scott Janigo said. “She played four games before an injury provided her an opportunity to pitch varsity, and she really took advantage of that chance by going 7-0 in conference play.”



Brooke Ogren

Jr. • SS/C • Northwestern

• The two-year varsity starter anchored the shortstop position as a sophomore, but a team injury put her behind the plate for most of 2019. Despite the position change, Ogren batted .512 with 27 RBIs and 15 stolen bases. … On defense, she recorded 152 putouts and committed just one error.

• Ogren was a first-team all-conference catcher and was the team’s Offense award winner.

• “She is a great catcher with exceptional knowledge of the game,” NHS coach Scott Janigo said. “She makes routine plays with ease and makes the hard plays look routine. Brooke runs the bases well with speed and tenacity.”