With a 10-0 record in Cornbelt Conference play and rated No. 1 in Class 2A most of the season, North Union was well represented on the all-conference teams released this week.
As a team, the Warriors finished with a .534 batting average in league play with 134 hits including 19 home runs, four triples and 34 doubles.
North Union pitchers combined for a 1.50 earned run average with 60 strikeouts and six walks while giving up nine earned runs in 42 innings.
North Union’s Allie Ingalls and Dena Looft were both named to the Cornbelt All-Conference First Team for their play in the league this season.
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Individually, six Warriors were named to the first team. They are Allie Ingalls, Tori Johnson, Collete Haag, Dena Looft, Harley Lindell and Cheyanne Boland.
Name to the second team were Jasmine Clausen and Autumn Boland.
Ingalls, a junior pitcher, was 5-0 in league play. She pitched 24 innings and gave up four earned runs for an earned run average of 1.17. She had 32 strikeouts with five walks and opponents batted .143 against her.
Ingalls also was one of the top batters with a .543 average with 19 hits including six doubles and two home runs.
Johnson, a senior second baseman, batted .645 in league play with 20 hits including seven doubles and a triple.
Haag, a junior shortstop, batted .600 in the conference with 15 hits including five doubles, two home runs and 11 RBIs.
Looft, a sophomore third baseman, batted .607 with 17 hits including a league-high seven home runs and 26 RBIs.
Lindell, a senior outfielder, batted .577 in league play with 15 hits including three home runs, five doubles and eight RBIs.
Boland, a junior utility player, batted .71 with 16 hits including three home runs, two doubles and 13 RBIs.
Two North Union players were named to the second team-Jasmine Clausen and Autumn Boland.
Clausen batted .364 in league play with eight hits including four doubles, a triple and a home run with 12 RBIs.
Boland, a freshman utility player, batted .462 with six hits including two doubles.
Nelson leads GT/RA honorees
Only one Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire made the first team after the Knights finished the season with a 4-6 record in the Cornbelt.
Senior outfielder Hailley Nelson batted .319 in league play with nine hits including a double and five RBIs.
Five GT/RA players were named to the second team-Alyssa Hoffman, Nikki Brown, Brooke Hoffman, Marly Bakken and Maddy Schany.
Alyssa Hoffman, a junior pitcher, pitched 43 innings of league play. She gave up 17 earned runs with an ERA of 2.77. Opponents batted .178 against her. She had 30 strikeouts with 36 walks.
Brown, a senior first baseman, batted .273 with six hits including one double and a pair of RBIs.
Brooke Hoffman, a sophomore shortstop, batted .313 with five hits.
Bakken, a sophomore utility player, bated .600 with nine hits including five doubles and two RBIs.
Schany, a senior utility player, batted .458 with 11 hits including two doubles and four RBIs.
|2012 Cornbelt Conference|
|McKenzie Grimm||11||Pitcher||West Bend-Mallard|
|Allie Ingalls||11||Pitcher||North Union|
|Jessica Abrahamson||12||Catcher||West Bend-Mallard|
|Noreen Morrow||10||1st Base||Harris-Lake Park|
|Tori Johnson||12||2nd Base||North Union|
|Collete Haag||11||Shortstop||North Union|
|Dena Looft||10||3rd Base||North Union|
|Kaley Lempke||12||Outfield||West Bend-Mallard|
|Harley Lindell||12||Outfield||North Union|
|Macy Gunderson||10||Utility||Harris-Lake Park|
|Emily Anderson||11||Utility||Harris-Lake Park|
|Wendy Grimm||12||Utility||West Bend-Mallard|
|Cheyanne Boland||11||Utility||North Union|
|Courtney Bargman||11||Pitcher||West Bend-Mallard|
|Grace Winters||10||Catcher||Harris-Lake Park|
|Nikki Brown||12||1st base||GT/RA|
|Caitlin Haroldson||9||2nd Base||Clay Central-Everly|
|Sarah Berte||12||3rd Base||West Bend-Mallard|
|Miranda Brueggman||10||Outfield||Harris-Lake Park|
|Kayla Banwart||11||Outfield||West Bend-Mallard|
|Jasmine Clausen||11||Outfield||North Union|
|Emily Jobst||11||Utility||Clay Central-Everly|
|Autumn Boland||9||Utility||North Union|
|2012 Final Standings|
|West Bend- Mallard||8-2|
|Coach of the Year – Art Ingalls, North Union|