Manhattan High placed two players on the All Centennial League Softball team, as chosen by the league coaches.
Lindsey Hageman, junior second baseman, was selected for the first team. Hageman led the Indians in batting average, as she hit .408 for the league season. She struck out only one time in league play and led the team in fielding chances.
Savannah Thaemert, junior outfielder, garnered second team honors. She batted .375, scored 15 runs and was second in the league in stolen bases, with 11 successful steals in 11 attempts. Thaemert, who played center field and left field, played errorless defense and threw out three base-runners.