DeForest senior catcher Cammi Riemer proved to be not only one of the best players on the Norski roster, but one of the best players in Wisconsin. After leading the Norskies to a sixth-straight Badger North Conference title, she was named to the Wisconsin Fastpitch Softball Coaches Association all-state team.
Riemer was a first-team Large Schools All-State selection.
For the season, Riemer finished with an impressive batting average of .473 and on-base percentage of .541. She came away with 33 RBIs, 20 runs, 14 doubles, two home runs and a triple.
Riemer was joined on the first team by Elizabeth Koch (Jr., Franklin), Kylee Lukes (Jr., Jefferson), Sydney Strelow (Sr., Kenosha Bradford), McKenzie Lamos (Sr., Kenosha Indian Trail), Claudia Spencer (Sr., Kettle Moraine), Kelsie Belfiori (Sr., Merrill), Paige Wicklund (Jr., Mosinee), Sydni Gburek (Sr., Mosinee), Kat Burkhardt (Jr., New Berlin West), Tori Rodriguez (Sr., Oak Creek), Sarah Kraus (Jr., Onalaska), Sophie Averkamp (Jr., Oshkosh North), Brooke Ellstad (So., Oshkosh North), Sydney Supple (Sr., Oshkosh North), Libby Neveau (Sr., Oshkosh North), Chloe Evans (Jr., Seymour), Sam Saloun (Jr., Stevens Point), Leah Earnest (Jr., Stevens Point), Maddie Gardner (Jr., Sun Prairie), Grace Radlund (So., Sun Prairie), Molly McChesney (Sr., Verona), Meghan Anderson (Sr., Verona) and Haley Wynn (Sr., Whitnall).
Riemer was not the only Norski recognized, as senior pitcher Taylor Shaw was named honorable mention.
Shaw was 15-3 in the pitcher’s circle with a 1.809 earned run average, 102 strikeouts and 54 walks. At the plate, she batted .360 with 24 RBIs, five doubles and four runs.
Before earning all-state honors, Riemer and Shaw were both named All-District first team.
The Norskies also had sophomore Jordan Marty and junior Taylor Tschumper earn honorable mention All-District.
Marty hit .474 with 42 RBIs, 28 runs, 14 doubles and four home runs, while Tschumper batted .393 with 21 RBIs, 19 runs, eight doubles and a triple.
Sun Prairie’s Maddie Gardner and Oshkosh North’s Sydney Supple were named the Division 1 Players of the Year. Also winning Player of the Year honors were Seymour’s Chloe Evans (Division 2), Poynette’s Casey Fountain (Division 3), Horicon’s Allison Tillema (Division 4) and Belmont’s Sadie Willborn (Division 5).
Belmont’s Jeff Hodgson was named the Coach of the Year.
Riemer wrapped up her high school career by taking part in the WFSCA all-star games June 18 in Wisconsin Dells.
Riemer played for the White Team, which included Verona’s Meghan Anderson and Molly McChesney, Middleton’s Ashley Bindl, Janesville Craig’s Keeley Cox, Manitowoc Lincoln’s Gabrielle Greetan, Waunakee’s Caitlyn Kesilewski, Janesville Parker’s Jeni Malphy and Chelsea Naber, Janesville Craig’s Paige Peloquin, Sun Prairie’s Sabrina Reuter, South Milwaukee’s Megan Traxel and Oak Creek’s Sara Traxel.