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2018-05-15 / Sports

Keesler, Lefebvre Honored All-ACAA Second Team


Sierra Keesler and Haylee Lefebvre were named to the second team American Collegiate Athletic Association. 
Contributed Photo Sierra Keesler and Haylee Lefebvre were named to the second team American Collegiate Athletic Association. Contributed Photo SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – The American Collegiate Athletic Association (ACAA) announced today its Softball All-Conference Teams, which featured junior outfielder Sierra Keesler (Hancock Central School) and freshman infielder Haylee Lefebvre (Glens Falls) on the second team. Both Broncos just finished up their first season playing softball at SUNY Delhi, with Keesler being a former transfer from Onondaga CC.

Keesler started 25 games and batted .370 (27-73), leading the Broncos with eight extra-base hits on three home runs and two triples, as well as a 12 RBIs. The junior also led the squad with a .589 slug percentage. She tallied a pair of two-RBI games this season, the first against Lehman on March 1, where Keesler batted 2-for-4 with one home run and one triple. Her second came against SUNY Canton on April 21, batting 2-for-3 with one double. The former Lazer also had a tandem of three-hit games, batting 3-for-4 with one double and one ribbie against Schoolcraft on Feb. 28, followed by a perfect 3-for-3 showing against SUNY Canton on April 22.


The Jefferson boys varsity squad following a tough 10-1 defeat Thursday at Neahwa Park in Oneonta. 
Rosie Cunningham/The Reporter The Jefferson boys varsity squad following a tough 10-1 defeat Thursday at Neahwa Park in Oneonta. Rosie Cunningham/The Reporter Lefebvre started 26 games as either the Broncos’ pitcher or at one of the infield positions. She settled into the second-base spot during the latter part of the season, where she eventually earned her place on the all-conference team. The freshman was fourth on the team with a .286 batting average (18-63), eight RBIs and a .349 slug percentage, as well as ranking second with four doubles. One of her best hitting performances of the year was against SUNY Canton on April 21, where she batted 2-for- 3 with one double and three RBIs. As a pitcher, Lefebvre finished second on the team with 20 strikeouts and two complete games, posting a 10.18 ERA over 44.0 innings pitched. The Glens Falls, NY native also plays on the SUNY Delhi women’s volleyball team.

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