Lady Cat softball player Kennady Ruhl rounds the bases after a 2021 home run. Ruhl has earned All-Ohio and Central District honors for the season. (Journal-Tribune photo by Sam Dillon)
North Union’s softball and baseball seasons have been over for a few weeks.
Now come the post season accolades.
The North Union Lady Cats had a solid season, winning the Central Buckeye Conference Mad River Division before falling in the Ohio School Athletic Association Central District tournament.
The campaign has led to several awards for the Lady Cats.
Kennedy Ruhl, the Lady Cats’ catcher, was named as a Division III All-Ohio honorable mention player and also named to the Central District first team.
She had a solid season at the plate with a batting average of .416. She knocked in 33 RBIs,hit 12 doubles and tallied six home runs.
Cagney Stewart also earned district honors, landing on the Central District second team.
She also had a solid season at the plate with 40 hits and a .444 batting average.
Stewart drove in 25 runs, while hitting seven doubles, two triples and three homers.
Bailee Amstutz was named an honorable mention selection in the Central District.
She played in a utility role for the Cats this season.
Amstutz saw duty in the pitching circle, played third base and was a designated player.
The Wildcats’ baseball team had a pair of players earn Central District honors.
Trevyn Feasel was named to the second team.
He went 30-for-79 at the plate this season, collecting 15 RBIs and 18 stolen bases.
Evan Hoffer was named as an honorable mention selection in the Central District. He pitched and played third base this past season.
Hoffer worked for 41 innings and went 3-6 on the mound. He also tallied three saves.
Hoffer punched out 36 batters and finished with a 3.53 ERA.
Trevyn Feasel looks to bunt the ball during a 2021 game. Feasel has earned Central District honors for the season. (Journal-Tribune photo by Sam Dillon)