Oregon City High School softball players swung their bats during the past season. They sported a .336 team batting average, with four players hitting .369 or better.

Junior shortstop Kaitlyn Donaca led the charge, with 41 hits in 92 at bats for a .446 average. She also had 16 RBI and nine stolen bases.

Sophomore pitcher/outfielder Bre Spencer had a .405 batting average and 10 RBI. She led the Pioneers on the bases, with 11 stolen bases.

Senior second baseman McKenzie Anderson hit .378 and she had 16 RBI.

Junior catcher Ashley Dugan hit .369 and she had 21 RBI.

Junior third baseman Morgan Bookout led the team with 26 RBI; junior outfielder Taylor Katzmarek had a team-leading 15 extra-base hits, with 11 doubles and four home runs. She had a .347 batting average (25-for-72).

Junior Devin Hally had a 2.51 ERA and a 9-3 win-loss record. She had 76 strikeouts in 69-2/3 innings of work.

Spencer had a 3.59 ERA with a 7-8 record and 67 strikeouts in 95-2/3 innings.

The Pioneers should be tough again next season as they move to the Mt. Hood Conference. Anderson is the only starter who will be lost to graduation.

“I look for some fierce competition,” said Oregon City coach Dave Adelhart. “Central Catholic, Barlow and Clackamas are always tough, and Gresham had a great year [in 2014]. And there are some great coaches in the Mt. Hood Conference. They’ll get their teams ready.”

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