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2018 all-conference softball teams. Players are chosen by the coaches in their respective conferences. Teams from KTVB's viewing area will be posted. All-conference teams will be added when they are received.
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Published: 6:26 PM MDT May 21, 2018
Updated: 10:59 AM MDT June 5, 2018

2018 all-conference softball teams. Players are chosen by the coaches in their respective conferences. Teams from KTVB's viewing area will be posted. All-conference teams will be added when they are received.

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FIRST TEAM

Eden Cook (Pitcher - Boise), Sam Desloover (DH - Meridian), Noelle Foster (Outfield - Eagle), Abigail Gagnon (Infield - Meridian), Siera Horton (Pitcher - Eagle), Jaxie Klucewich (Infield - Eagle), Kate Kukla (Outfield - Eagle), Kaylee Lamont (Outfield - Rocky Mountain), Riley McGrath (Outfield - Mountain View), Alex Pinkston (Utility - Mountain View), Nicole Power (Catcher - Capital), Shelby Ribordy (Utility - Capital), Cass Schmidt (First Base - Timberline), Kaylan Walker (Infield - Rocky Mountain), Lolo Walker (Infield - Rocky Mountain), Katelyn Wilfert (Pitcher - Rocky Mountain)

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Jaidyn Ahl (Catcher - Rocky Mountain), Emily Alandt (Outfield - Mountain View), Britney Balderas (Infield - Boise), Brooklin Champion (Utility - Centennial), Sophia Diffin (Infield - Centennial), Rylie Frei (First Base - Mountain View), Kayleigh Hibbard (Outfield - Nampa), Madeline Layman (Infield - Mountain View), Alyssa Millemon (Pitcher - Mountain View), Jordyn Miller (Pitcher - Meridian), Ashley O'Connor (DH - Eagle), Sarah Williams (Infield - Capital), Tina Zito (Outfield - Timberline)

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Samuel Brace on the campaign to sabotage the Rotten Tomatoes score of Marvel’s Black Panther…

In the grand scheme of nefarious machinations, the topic of disgruntled movie fans (‘fan’ being a word I’m hesitant here to use) dishing out bad review scores to films which have yet to be seen, falls rather lower on the hierarchy of sins. However, this type of dishonourable behaviour grinds my gears none the less.

The topic to which I am referring, for those that haven’t yet had the pleasure of hearing, is that a group of ne’er-do-wells who have banded together in a moment of great courage, have decided to make it their life’s mission to purposefully sabotage the Rotten Tomatoes scores of various Disney connected films; most recently, the upcoming Marvel effort known as Black Panther .

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These charming individuals – surely all tremendously valuable members of society – have a gripe you see, a gripe that can’t be contained to their delightful little corner of the internet. Their aversion to Disney must be spread far and wide, they must attempt to promote an apocryphal narrative around a film’s public perception, undoubtedly to fill a rather empty hole in, I am sure, otherwise gloriously fulfilled lives.

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The motive they attach to their crusade against the likes of Star Wars: The Last Jedi (a film they claim to have already succeeded in providing a poor Rotten Tomatoes audience score) and Black Panther , is that Disney has insidiously betrayed audiences and engaged in “corporate manipulations which created falsified bad press for the DCEU.” It seems to me, and it seems rather clear, that this merry band of noble warriors are not in fact playing with a healthy collection of marbles.

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No matter one’s hatred of a particular film, studio, or whatever other entity it might be, it truly beggars belief that the solution one comes to is that an organised hit job on something so many others find great joy in, is somehow warranted. If this effete gathering of vermin who seem to believe their actions of internet based thuggery are in fact those of noble deeds, had actually seen the film they profess to despise, and then individually gave their honest and critical review of the film, that would of course hardly be a matter of discussion. However, a premature action that purposefully has the intent of dissuading unsuspecting potential audiences to stay away from said picture, is a truly ugly, sinister, and utterly repulsive act to put it lightly.

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