The Dothan Eagle Super 12 baseball, softball, golf and track and field selections were honored at a dinner banquet sponsored by Southern Bone & Joint Specialists at Flowers Hospital on Tuesday night.
The guest speaker was Doug Duke, a general surgeon at Flowers Hospital who was a standout catcher for the University of Alabama baseball team from 1984-86 and later played professionally.
In track and field, girls athlete of the year Margaret Crim of Providence Christian and boys athlete of the year Nathan Cooper of Dothan High were presented plaques. In golf, Thomas Ponder of Providence Christian was recognized as Golfer of the Year.
In softball, Player of the Year Libby Baker of G.W. Long and Coach of the Year Nathan Rainey of Wicksburg were presented plaques.
In baseball, Player of the Year Matt Snell of G.W. Long and Coach of the Year Casey Smith of Providence Christian were presented plaques.
Members of the Super 12 softball team recognized: Collier Peaden (Northview), K.J. Braswell (Northview), Jaala Torrence (Northview), Stephanie Schoonover (Rehobeth), Madison Brown (Ashford), Joanna Marshall (Dale County), Emily Boin (Wicksburg), Rosie Robinson (Wicksburg), Emma Houston (Providence Christian), Libby Baker (G.W. Long), Savanna Wood (G.W. Long) and Courtney Lunsford (Kinston).
Members of the Super 12 baseball team recognized: Blake Burkhalter (Northview), D.J. Law (Rehobeth), Brock Huner (Charles Henderson), David Warren (Providence Christian), Grayson Stewart (Providence Christian), Mason Coskrey (Geneva), Don Williams (Houston Academy), Kade Snell (Wicksburg), Jordan Coachman (Cottonwood), Matt Snell (G.W. Long), Slade Simmons (G.W. Long) and Taylor Gover (Lakeside).