Although the Bridgeport softball team relied on several different players to get to the Class AA regional finals, three left solid impressions on the coaches around the state, and they were recognized for their play.
Catcher Andrea Rome, shortstop Erica Rome and pitcher April Potts were named to the All-state softball team, released Saturday by the West Virginia Softball Coaches Association.
The Rome sisters are first-team picks, and Potts is a second-team pick. Lewis County shortstop Audra Hall made honorable mention for Class AAA.
Andrea Rome was steady behind the plate for the Indians. She batted .394, scored 15 times, knocked in 20 and contributed on defense by throwing out 32 runners.
Erica Rome batted .500 for the year and scored 23 times while knocking in 21 and stealing 21 bases. She was mainly a contact hitter; she only struck out twice during the year.
Potts was Bridgeport's ace on the mound. She went 14-4 with a 1.08 earned run average. She also did well from the plate, batting .326 and hitting a home run.