REED CITY — Jordyn Storch is among Reed City’s softball players to earn all-Central State Activities Association Gold Division honors this season.

But it was announced this week she also is up for the Michigan High School Softball Coaches Association’s Miss Softball award. She also was named to the Division 3 coaches all-state team.

Also for Reed City, Kamryn Myers and Sidni Rushford were on the first team while Maddie Morgan earned honorable mention honors.

Storch, a senior, played first base, scored 49 runs, and had nine doubles, three triples, 11 home runs, 26 stolen bases, 49 RBIs .472 batting average, .627 on base percentage, .917 slugging percentage and .969 fielding percentage.

“She has 23 career home runs,” Steig said. “She was academic All-State, all-district, all-conference, all-regional and was nominated by both our district and regional for the MHSSCA Miss Softball award. She set school records in home runs, runs scored, on base percentage, slugging percentage and fielding assist.”

Rushford, a senior pitcher, scored 40 runs and had 11 doubles, two home runs, 18 stolen bases, 37 RBIs, .410 batting average, .591 on base percentage, .571 slugging percentage, and a .949 fielding percentage. She was academic All-State, All-District, and All-Regional. She had 15 wins as a pitcher with 100 strikeouts and a 3.08 earned run average.

Myers, a shortstop, was leadoff hitter, with 42 runs scored, nine doubles, three triples, 17 stolen bases, 20 RBIs, .355 batting average, .546 on base percentage, .479 slugging percentage, and .904 fielding average. She was also all district.

Maddie Morgan was honorable mention all-conference. A sophomore, Morgan had a solid year as a pitcher.

Allysa Olds and Lily Andres earned All-District and All-Regional honors.