All-Ohio standout


Jonathan Alder’s Kayla Fredendall, left, receives a high five from Pioneers assistant coach Heather Colvin during the D-II state semifinal last week. Fredendall, an Appalachian State University-bound catcher, was recently named D-II first team All-Ohio. The standout hit .547, had 36 hits and scored 48 runs as Alder advanced to within one game of playing for a state title.


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Jonathan Alder’s Kayla Fredendall, left, receives a high five from Pioneers assistant coach Heather Colvin during the D-II state semifinal last week. Fredendall, an Appalachian State University-bound catcher, was recently named D-II first team All-Ohio. The standout hit .547, had 36 hits and scored 48 runs as Alder advanced to within one game of playing for a state title.

Jonathan Alder’s Kayla Fredendall, left, receives a high five from Pioneers assistant coach Heather Colvin during the D-II state semifinal last week. Fredendall, an Appalachian State University-bound catcher, was recently named D-II first team All-Ohio. The standout hit .547, had 36 hits and scored 48 runs as Alder advanced to within one game of playing for a state title.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2017/06/web1_JDG_8636a_-JAHS-Catcher-No-10-Kayla-F_-Greets-Coach-Heather.jpgJonathan Alder’s Kayla Fredendall, left, receives a high five from Pioneers assistant coach Heather Colvin during the D-II state semifinal last week. Fredendall, an Appalachian State University-bound catcher, was recently named D-II first team All-Ohio. The standout hit .547, had 36 hits and scored 48 runs as Alder advanced to within one game of playing for a state title. Jay Gehres | Gehres Photography