The Manhattan High softball team landed two players on the coaches All Centennial League team.
Junior second baseman Lindsey Hageman was a first-team selection after leading the Indians in batting average (.408) during the league season. She only struck out once in Centennial League play and led the team in fielding chances.
Another junior, outfielder Savannah Thaemert, was named to the second team. She hit .375, scored 15 runs and was second in the league in stolen bases, going 11 for 11 on stolen base attempts. Thaemert threw out three base runners and had an error-less season while playing both center field and left field.
Washburn Rural led the way with five first-team selections, and Seaman head coach Jay Monhollon was the league coach of the year.