North Union made its undefeated run through the Cornbelt Conference and reaped the awards as seven players earned all-conference honors.
Named to the first team for the Warriors were senior pitcher Allie Ingalls, senior catcher Cheyanne Boland, senior shortstop Collete Haag and sophomore outfielder Autumn Boland.
Name to the second team were freshman first baseman Sarah Rolling and senior outfielder Sara Johnson.
Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire also had four players earn all-conference honors.
Junior Brooke Hoffman was named to the first team as a utility player.
Named to the second team were junior third baseman Grace Skattebo, junior utility player Marly Bakken and senior utility player Cassy Hampson.
Looking at conference stats only, Ingalls finished with a 7-0 record in the conference while giving up just four earned runs with a0.90 earned run average. She had 41 strikeouts compared to three walks and two hit batters. Opponents batted just .195 against her.
Ingalls also was a conference leader at the plate, batting .529 with 18 hits including two doubles, three triples, a home run and 13 RBIs.
Cheyanne Boland batted .414 in conference play with 12 hits including six doubles, a home run and 11 RBIs.
Haag batted .481 in conference play with 13 hits including one double, two home runs and 12 RBIs.
Autumn Boland batted .545 with 18 hits including six doubles and 14 RBIs.
Rolling batted .500 in the conference with 14 hits including three doubles, a home run and 10 RBIs.
Johnson finished with a .444 batting average with 12 hits including one double, three triples, a home run and 15 RBIs.
For GTRA, Hoffman batted .519 in league play with 14 hits including two doubles and seven RBIs.
Skattebo batted .350 with seven hits including one double and two RBIs.
Bakken batted .407 with 11 hits including four doubles and four RBIs.
Hampson batted .259 with seven hits.
Harris-Lake Parks' Eric Clouse was named the Cornbelt's coach of the year.