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Meet CAScoreboard’s Super Softball 22

Story by Central Alabama Scoreboard Staff

Photos by Central Alabama Scoreboard Staff and Respective Schools

CENTRAL ALABAMA SCOREBOARD OFFICE – The 2022 season is a memory and most of the accolades have been awarded. But one remains … our second Super 22 list. This list has been vetted, cussed over and fussed over and as a result, we are able to name a Large School Coach of the Year and a Small School Coach of the Year. This year, the decision has been made that (going forward) the student-athlete chosen No. 1 on the list will serve as the CAScoreboard Player of the Year.

With all that said: there were some amazing student-athletes to choose from and we thank all of the coaches for continuing to support us and taking the time to make the nominations. I’m sure most of you have started scanning down the page to see who’s ranked where so … let’s get to it.

Large School Coach of the Year (4A-7A): Chris Steiner | Brew Tech

Steiner was able to bring her wealth of knowledge and experience as a player and collegiate coach and build an already stout Brew Tech squad into a formidable group of Rams. In her first season, the Rams raced out to a 20-game unbeaten streak and a berth in the state tournament.

Small School Coach of the Year (AISA-3A): Holly Matson | Thorsby

Matson took the reins of a Rebels program, young and burgeoning, and turned it into a small-school power Oxford bound. She was named the 2A Coach of the Year by the state sportswriters as part of their annual All-State list.

Super 22

No. 1 | Player of the Year: Taniyah Brown – Brew Tech – Pitcher – Junior

Coach Speak (Chris Steiner): “T. Brown is a force to be reckoned with this season. She has broken every BrewTech record this season and has helped us achieve many historic milestones. She is a Straight-A Honor student with 28 ACT, and a 4.6 GPA.

She is a great kid who serves her school as an ambassador and active member of her church.

T Brown is the most humble, hardest working kid, and strives to be better in all that she does every day. She is a great person inside and out and understands what it means to work for your teammates and your program. She is one of the most gifted softball players in this state.

She is relentless in all she does, which shows in the classroom and on the field.”

With all that said – there are stats too. T. Brown led the state by throwing eight no-hitters and 33 wins throwing a ball that tops out at 66 mph. Opposing Batters were rendered useless as she rattled off 314 strikeouts, marking both a season and a personal high. When asked what opposing batting averages were the only stat we were given was “low” as she capped the year with a 1.6 ERA. But she wasn’t just aggressive inside the circle. Brown was just as formidable inside the batters’ box rattling off 16 home runs and 17 extra-base hits as part of the Brew Tech Bomb Squad.

(Tie)No. 2 | Belle Haynes (SR) – SS – Tallassee

(Tie)No. 2 | Brandy Phillips (JR) – IF – Beulah

(Tie)No. 3 | Kaylee Robles (SO)  – SS – Prattville

(Tie) No. 3 | Alexis “Axe” Milanowski (SR) – SS – Houston Academy

No. 5 | Gabbie York (JR) – 3B – Brew Tech

No. 6 | Chloe “CoCo” Baynes (SR) – CF – Tallassee

No. 7 | Lindsey Brown (SO) – C – Edgewood

No. 8 | Avery Goff (FR) – C/IF – Holtville

No. 9 | Makinley Turner (SO) – P – Thorsby

No. 10 | Sarah Williams (JR) – C – Prattville Christian

No. 11 | Anna Catherine Segrest (JR) – SS/Utility – Elmore County

(Tie) No. 12 | Auburn Wilcoxson (SR) – CF – Montgomery Catholic

(Tie) No. 12 | Cam Greene (SR) – 1B – St. James

No. 14 | Avary Lumpkin (SR) – 1B – Tallassee

No. 15 | Jessica Cord (SR) – P/2B – Prattville

No. 16 | Kylie Snowden (8th) – DP – Holtville

No. 17 | Izzy Warrick (9th) – P – Alabama Christian

No. 18 | Ava Milton (7th) – C – Trinity Presbyterian

No. 19 | Emily Needham (8th) – P – St. James

No. 20 | Avery Harrell (SR) – P – Clarke Prep

(Tie) No. 21 | Kinley Pate (SR) – CF – Northside

(Tie) No. 21 | Chloe Davidson – P/2B – Tallassee

No. 22 | Khamiyah Brown (JR) – C/DP – Brew Tech


Kaytie Chandler – Prattville

Molly Snow – Edgewood

Mallory Hildebrand – Montgomery Catholic

Jersee Carter – Prattville Christian


Alivia Messick – Prattville Christian

Lara Beth Nesmith – Prattville Christian

Braya Hodges – Houston Academy

K.K. Hall – St. James

Kennedy Bradshaw – Holtville

McKenzie Owens – Elmore County

Carissa Gilbert – Montgomery Catholic

Mackenzie Smith – Elmore County

Abbi Snider – Holtville

Mary Kathryn Adcock – Trinity

Ashtyn Pannell – Elmore County

Grace Davis – Clarke Prep

Alexis Walls – Tallassee

Mary Suzan Aman – Houston Academy

Madelyn Becker – Elmore County

Bailea Boone – Holtville

Kylie Jaman – Prattville

Grace Hunter – Brew Tech

Anna Guillot – Edgewood

Erica Ellis – Brew Tech

Molly Snow – Edgewood

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