(Seguin) – Seguin High School softball player Shelby Janda was voted to the Texas Girls Coaches Association’s Class-4A All-State team for the second straight season.
Janda, a junior second baseman for coach John Garcia’s Matadors, was an All-State selection as a sophomore in 2013 as well, and has earned first-team All-District recognition in all three of her high school varsity softball seasons.
Janda led Seguin’s lineup with a .544 batting average, 33 RBIs, and a .574 on-base percentage in 2014. She finished second on the team in runs scored (30) while hitting six doubles and a triple.
Two other players from District 27-4A joined Janda on the TGCA All-State team, as Sarah Leal and Haleigh Madden of Buda-Hays each earned the distinction as well.
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