Softball: All-Central League

Here is the 2015 All-Central League softball team.

Springfield, Garnet Valley and Conestoga have the most first-team reps with three apiece. The Cougars went 19-1 and claimed their second straight Central League title.

Please note, as always, the Daily Times has no input in the selection of all-league teams in any sport.



Leigh Ann Jenkins, Ridley

Courtney Scarpato, Springfield

Callie Wang, Conestoga


Reva Alderman, Garnet Valley


Emily Conaway, Conestoga

Tori DePietro, Springfield

Ellie Oruska, Garnet Valley

Rylee Power, Marple Newtown

Victoria Reed, Penncrest

Sam Tomasetti, Garnet Valley


Sammi Donato, Haverford

Brooke McClatchy, Radnor

Jenna Wilson, Conestoga

Taylor Winkelman, Springfield

Sam Witmer, Upper Darby



Brooke Nicander, Radnor


Tyler Beccari, Haverford

Brittany Myers, Conestoga


Ashley Delgado, Springfield

Lyndsey Diebel, Harriton

Heather Lazer, Haverford

Larissa Locke, Ridley

Erin Redden, Upper Darby

Alex Turchi, Upper Darby


Amanda Goodyear, Marple Newtown

Megan McGrath, Radnor

Lauren O’Brien, Ridley

Olivia Rigby, Penncrest


Conestoga: Cailyn Chiarello, Olivia Youman

Marple Newtown: Caitlyn Spencer, Nicole Atkins

Springfield: Jenny Caggiano

Upper Darby: Danielle Hotz, Carli Benozich

Penncrest: Sam Crann, Kailey Martin

Garnet Valley: Cori Snyder

Lower Merion: Moira McConnell, Jessie Epstein

Ridley: Taylor Eubanks, Alissa Higgins

Radnor: Holly Pachella, Katie Jordan

Haverford: Kelsey Moran

Harriton: Sydney Handel, Sonia Groeneveld

Strath Haven: Lana Duda, Meghan Lashley

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