Its Time To Nominate For All-State, Miss Softball and All Stars


We will open the nomination for picking our All-State, Miss Softball, and All Stars on April 28th.


Please pay very close attention to the instructions!! Last day to nominate will be Saturday May 8th at 12:00 p.m. No nominations will be accepted after this date. We have to have time to get it all sorted, decided on and sent out so please help us out with that date.


All Star is Senior only. Only 2 per team. Please do not nominate more than 2 per team. If you do we will only take the first 2 that you send. If they can not play in the All Star game on June 17th, please do not nominate them. The games will be played at Riverdale High School in Murfreesboro game times are 10-1-4.


After the All-Star Game the All-Stars for the Kentucky All Star Game will be announced. The players will be selected from the 3 teams and the winning coaches will coach this team. The game will be played on June 30th at Warren South in Bowling Green.

All State can be any grade. Only 2 per team. Please do not nominate more than 2 per team. If you do we will only take the first 2 that you send. We will look closely at stats and talk with coaches in determining All State. Every person nominated will not make the All State team.


Miss Softball can be any grade. Only nominate 1 per team. Please do not nominate more than 1 per team. If you do we will only take the first one that you send. If you nominate a player for Miss Softball and she does not get it, we will automatically look at her for All State. Please be realistic in your nominations for Miss Softball. This should be absolutely the best player you have seen in the state of Tennessee this year.


Just go to the Forms below and start your nominations! 




The Middle Tennessee Softball Coaches Association (MTSCA) announces plans to raise money for senior Dickson County softball player Kayla Cantrell. Spectators will be asked to “Pitch In @ the Gate” with cash donations to help Kayla and her family offset the medical expenses resulting from Kayla’s battle with cancer. Kayla has been diagnosed with supratentorial PNET (primitive neuroectodermal tumors), in which malignant cells form in tissues of the brain.

The plan is for member schools to collect donations at their admission gate during home games throughout the week of April 23 thru 27th. The collected money will be forwarded to the MTSCA’s treasurer and the proceeds will be presented to Kayla and her family on June 13th at MTSCA's All Star game which will be played at Middle Tennessee State University. Kayla is currently undergoing chemotherapy and cranial-spinal radiation at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt.

The Middle Tennessee Softball Coaches Association (MTSCA) also encourages its teams to wear lime green ribbons or shoelaces during this week to honor Kayla. Lime green is her favorite color. Anyone who wishes to make a donation, but is unable to attend a local high school game, can donate to The Kayla Cantrell Benefit Fund which has been set up at TriStar Bank in Dickson. The Middle Tennessee Softball Coaches Association is comprised of more than 150 high school coaches from 79 Middle Tennessee high schools. Information about MTSCA is found at their website

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