Five of those players are on the first team and four on the second team all-star squads for the 2010 season.
Woodlands' Diana Wimpy and Emily Clay were named first team catcher and pitcher respectively.
First team infielders include Cass High's Samaria Curtis and first team outfielders are Lady Wildcats Casey Bucy, Ainsley Faulk and Olivia Rutledge.
Second team infielders include Cass High's Haley Hood and Woodland High's Taylor Braselton and Erin Hitchcock. Woodland's Lacy Fritz is a second team catcher.
Clay, a four-year starter at Woodland, struck out 124 batters while compiling a 20-8 record this season. Seven of those games were shutouts as the senior pitched 165 2/3 innings with a 1.65 ERA, allowed 134 hits and walked 55.
Wimpy, also a senior, led the Lady Wildcats in almost every offensive category as she hit .577, knocked in 12 home runs, 49 RBIs, 13 doubles, five triples and had a .635 on base percentage with a 1.166 slugging percentage.
Curtis, who played shortstop and third base, set the batting average record this season at Cass by hitting .473 and scoring 34 runs.
She stole a school-record 35 bases in 36 attempts in 29 games. for the Lady Colonels. Her slugging percentage was .667 with a .528 on-base percentage. The senior tallied 44 hits, five triples, two home runs and 16 RBIs.
Bucy, a junior, started in left field for Woodland, where she hit .302 with two home runs, eight doubles and two triples while tallying 31 RBIs. She also was 6-0 as a pitcher with a 1.80 ERA.
Faulk hit .357 and drew 26 walks. The senior scored 42 runs, collected 33 singles and was credited with nine RBIs, two doubles and eight stolen bases. She had a .492 on-base average with a .376 slugging percentage.
Rutledge, Woodland's starting center fielder the past three years, hit .374 with 17 RBIs. The senior had nine assists and committed no errors. Rutledge hit eight doubles and one triple and had a .393 on-base percentage and a .475 slugging percentage.
Members of the second team included Hood, who was the Lady Colonels' defensive player of the year. Her batting average was .427 with a .517 slugging percentage, .485 on-base percentage, 21 runs, 38 hits, three doubles, one triple, 19 RBIs and 20 stolen bases.
Woodland second-team members include:
-- Braselton, a sophomore shortstop who hit .385 in 52 at bats (she was hurt part of the season) .
-- Hitchcock, senior second baseman, who hit .264 and was described by head coach Colman Roberts as "probably the best defensive second baseman to play at Woodland" during his tenure.
-- Fritz, sophomore catcher, who was the Wildcats' designated hitter most of the year and hit .353 with two home runs, six doubles, one triple and 30 RBIs.