ROCKTON - Hononegah shortstop Carrie Anderson led a contingent of four Indians on the All-NIC 10 first-team after the Indians ran through the league with a perfect 18-0 record.
Anderson was joined on the squad by senior catcher
Cayla Cavanagh, senior outfielder Hannah Haefner and senior pitcher Ashton Melaas.
Freeport pitcher Taylor Murray, who will play at the University of Illinois, was named conference player of the year.
Freshman pitcher Emma Schroeder earned special mention for her performance as well.
Anderson led the Indians in hitting with a .443 mark, while Melaas batted .436 and Haefner hit .432.
Cavanaugh was terrific defensively behind the plate and hit .374. Anderson's 14 home runs led the league, while Melaas was right behind her with 13. Cavanugh added seven bombs for the Indians.
Anderson also led the league in RBI's with 56 and runs scored with 56.
Melaas put up 15 victories and a 2.33 ERA, while Schroeder won 14 games and finished with a 2.35 ERA.