South Adams led the ACAC with four selections to the 2019 softball all-conference first team. Anna Nussbaum made first-team as a pitcher, Jenna Myers and Taylor Augsburger as infielders and Kayla LeFever as an outfielder. Emilie Hammell made second-team as an at-large player. The Starfires went 5-0 in conference play and finished the season 26-4.
Adams Central (14-4, 3-1 ACAC) had three representatives on the first team, as Kaitlyn Hawkins made the team as a pitcher, Nevada Koch as a catcher and Ravyn Sweat as an outfielder. Sage Hammond make second-team as an infielder.
The rest of the first team includes Alyson Wiesehan of Woodlan (infield), Jay County's Aubrie Schweiterman (infield) and Heritage's Hope Baker (outfield) and Ella Bickel (at-large).
The full all-ACAC softball teams for 2019 are:
Pitcher: Kaitlyn Hawkins (Adams Central), Anna Nussbaum (South Adams)
Catcher: Nevada Koch (Adams Central)
Infield: Alyson Wiesehan (Woodlan), Jenna Myers (South Adams), Aubrie Schweiterman (Jay County), Taylor Augsburger (South Adams)
Outfield: Kayla LeFever (South Adams), Hope Baker (Heritage), Ravyn Sweat (Adams Central)
At-large: Ella Bickel (Heritage)
Pitcher: Navaeh Feasby (Heritage), Kenja Moore (Bluffton)
Catcher: Alexis Vineyard (Bluffton)
Infield: Sage Hammond (Adams Central), Taylor Wells (Southern Wells), Hannah Onuegbu (Bluffton), Allison Powers (Bluffton)
Outfield: Kensey Litton (Jay County), Hannah Albertson (Woodlan), Maddy Wenger (Bluffton)
At-large: Emilie Hammell (South Adams)