Capac centerfielder Julia Schaefer throws the ball to the infield in a game this spring.

CAPAC — Capac standout Julia Schaefer will compete for the team in the Michigan High School Softball Coaches Association All-Star Game today (Wednesday, July 19).

Davenport University, in Grand Rapids, is where the clash unfolds.

Kailey Mullins (Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes), Alyssa Hein (Rogers City), Alexis McCarty (River Valley), Kaitlin Nowicki (Rogers City), Kahlen Wheaton (Addison), Maggie Koroleski (Kinde North Huron), Natalie Wandrie (Inland Lakes), Ryann Clancy (Inland Lakes), MairEva Allen (Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes), Hannah Burkland (Norway), Macey Springer (River Valley), Isabella Asai (Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes), Donna Van Holla (Norway) and Gracie Taylor (Danville) join her on the White team’s roster. They are coached by Dan Schaser (River Valley) and Gracie Taylor (Dansville).

Faith Cousins (Posen), Grace Piggot (Fowler), Olivia Mikowski (Glen Lake), Rachel Cairo (Southfield Christian), Emerson Cinglie (Riverview Gabriel Richard), Olivia Jubar (USA), Rachel McCaughna (Michigan Lutheran Seminary), Audrey Smith (Lake Leelanau), Jocelyn Tobias (Johannesburg-Lewiston), Megan Postma (Rudyard), Avery Koenigsknecht (Fowler), Lauren Schabes (Mendon), Carloy Andros (Fowler), and Kinzee Stockdale (Frankfort) comprise the Red squad’s roster. They are coached by Tim Andros (Fowler) and Marc Reinhardt (USA).

The game is scheduled to get underway at noon.

Kevin Kissane

Kevin Kissane has been covering high school sports for the Tri-City Times since 1985. When not standing on a field or court with his camera and notepad, he enjoys golf, travel and family. Kevin is a 1980 graduate of Capac High School, and is also a grad of St. Clair Community College and earned a degree in journalism from Central Michigan University.