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July 19, 2013

Palandrani, Campbell lead CVAC softball All-Stars

PLATTSBURGH — Eighteen student-athletes from 11 area schools were selected as 2013 Champlain Valley Athletic Conference All-Stars in Division I and Division II softball.

Ticonderoga’s Katie Palandrani was named Player of the Year, while Kourtnie Campbell of Saranac was recognized as the Pitcher of the Year.



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Saranac coach Sam Campbell and Donna Moody of Lake Placid were awarded Co-Coaches of the Year.

Northeastern Clinton was the recipient of the Ray Holmes Sportsmanship Award.

The All-Stars were selected by the CVAC coaches.

Player of the Year

Katie Palandrani, Ticonderoga- A catcher and four-year starter on the varsity team, Palandrani was an excellent all-around athlete, batting .502 for the Sentinels. Her walk-off double to right field in the bottom of the ninth inning helped Ticonderoga claim the Section VII Class C softball title over Lake Placid, 8-7. Palandrani did not allow many pass balls, and she held runners on base with her arm. She was a leader and role model for many of the younger players.

Pitcher of the Year

Kourtnie Campbell, Saranac- Campbell was the engine that drove the Chiefs. In the circle, she was 12-3, losing just one league game. In 100.1 innings of work, she allowed 64 hits and 17 earned runs while striking out 129 batters and compiling a 1.19 ERA. Campbell was also Saranac’s leader at the plate with a .515 batting average and a team-high 34 hits, including six doubles and four triples.

Co-Coaches of the Year

Sam Campbell, Saranac- In his first season as head coach of the Chiefs, Campbell led Saranac to its second consecutive Class B championship. Compiling a 16-5 record, the Chiefs fell to top-ranked Chatham in the NYSPHSAA quarterfinals, 8-3.

Donna Moody, Lake Placid- Moody helped guide the Blue Bombers to a Section VII Class C championship game appearance. Lake Placid finished the spring at 11-6 overall and 9-5 in CVAC play.

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