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June 13, 2014

H.S. softball: Millersburg's Roadcap named Tri-Valley's MVP

Marlo Roadcap was a dual threat as both a pitcher and a hitter, and that is why the junior from Millersburg was named the Most Valuable Player when the Tri-Valley League’s head coaches recently selected their 2014 All-Star team.

Roadcap led the TVL in wins (11) and strikeouts (137), and she was second in WHIP (0.761, 88 IP) and ERA (1.19, 88 IP).

Offensively, Roadcap was just as potent with a bat. She was third in batting average (.533), fourth in hits (24) and fifth in RBIs (19).

Joining Roadcap on the first team were Upper Dauphin senior Amber Bingaman and junior Taylor Brown, plus Line Mountain freshman Joelle Snyder in addition to Halifax’s Chelsea Konyar and Morgan Cox, Juniata’s Kristen Pray and Victoria Cisney, and Millersburg’s Taryn Herb.

Bingaman, a senior pitcher/outfielder/shortstop, ranked high in several categories: batting average (.646, 1st), hits (31, 1st), RBIs (20, 5th) and runs scored (17, 8th). She also tied for first with eight doubles and led the league with her on-base percentage of .685.

Snyder, just a freshman, led the league with six triples, total bases (52), and she was second in the league with a .553 batting average, second with 26 hits, fifth in runs scored (21) and seventh in RBIs (17).

The TVL’s Coach of the Year honors went to Millersburg’s Kevin Roadcap. In his first year as coach Roadcap led the Indians to an 11-3 record — just one game behind league champs Upper Dauphin.

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