Ankeny softball standout Jasmine Rumley has been named to the CIML Central Conference first team for the second straight year.
Rumley, a junior third baseman, was named to an infield position. She batted .493 with 10 home runs, 14 doubles and 36 RBIs while leading the Hawkettes to a 20-19 record.
Rumley, who also stole 39 bases in 40 attempts, was joined on the first team by teammate Anna Voigt. Ankeny Centennial, meanwhile, landed three players on the first team–Franie Burnett, Cassie Severson and Kayla Stone.
Voigt, a senior outfielder, batted .424 with 11 doubles and 37 RBIs. She joined Rumley as a unanimous selection.
Burnett, a junior shortstop, was named to an infield position. She batted .403 with 11 doubles and 18 RBIs while helping the Jaguars to a 26-12 mark, which set a single-season school record for most victories.
Stone, a senior pitcher, compiled a 6-7 mark with a 3.44 ERA. Severson, a senior, was named to a utility position after batting .374 with 10 doubles and a team-high 35 RBIs.
Both Ankeny and Centennial placed three players on the Central Conference second team. The Hawkettes were represented by Zoe Baker, Paige Jacobsen and Madeleine Murphy, while the Jaguars landed Cassi Garland, Kennedee Jones and Taylor Runchey on the squad.
Jacobsen, a senior pitcher, went 10-10 with a 4.55 ERA. Murphy, a sophomore outfielder, batted .345 with 10 RBIs and 20 stolen bases.
Baker, a senior, was named to a utility position. She batted .319 with three home runs, 11 doubles and a team-high 45 RBIs.
Jones, a junior, was selected to an infield position along with Runchey, who is also a junior. Jones batted .312 with four homers and 28 RBIs, while Runchey batted .309 with four doubles and 21 RBIs.
Garland, a senior, was named to an outfield position. She batted .351 with four homers, nine doubles and 22 RBIs.
Several other players earned all-conference honorable mention. They are sophomore infielders Marina Carter and Shelby Romig and sophomore pitcher Kayla Brummer of Ankeny; and sophomore infielder Anna Christiansen, senior outfielder Lily King, senior infielder Carleigh Kray and sophomore catcher Ella Schulz of Centennial.
Central Conference champion Johnston placed five players on the first team.