The Vikings, after a successful 2010 campaign that saw them make the playoffs, finished with a sub-par record and were left outside the playoff bracket this season.
However, both teams had a least one representative voted by the 5A coaches as part of the 5A softball All-State team.
Between the two schools, four players were listed on the all-state roster. Each of them were listed as honorable mentions, with several other locals making the first and second teams.
Autumn Woodfall of Davis led the Darts as a catcher for most of the season, helping the Darts compile a 12-10 record while finishing as the No. 4 seed in Region 1 (they finished 10-6 in region play).
In the team’s 22 games played including the playoffs, Woodfall finished the season with a team-leading six home runs and was second on the team with six doubles as well.
As the team’s main backstop, she helped guide Cheyenne Norton and Devanee Gelter to 12 wins during the year.
Dani MacKay was also honored as a 5A all-state player with an honorable mention. She was one of the many good bats the Darts had in the middle of the lineup, racking up eight doubles and a single home run on the year.
Cheyne Moffett was the final Dart listed on the honorable mention list, and provided solid speed with six doubles on the year for Davis.
She finished in a tie for second on the team behind Woodfall.
For the Lady Vikings, Bailee Tyteca made the all-state list as an honorable mention for her strong performance with Viewmont during the 2011 campaign.
Tyteca, a senior, finished the year with a trio of doubles and a single home run for the Lady Vikings, who finished with a 7-14 record overall.
Bailee played in all 21 games for the Lady Vikings in her final season with Viewmont.
Taylor Tann of Syracuse High School made the list of 5A all-staters as a first-team nomination.
Tann led the Lady Titans to a 13-3 Region 1 record, and a 22-8 overall mark. She led the team in every offensive category this season with nine doubles, two triples and five home runs.
She also pitched during the season, finishing with a 6-5 record inside the circle.
Timmarie Taylor, Tann’s teammate, also made the list as a second-teamer on the list.
Taylor was second on the team with six doubles while tying with Tann for the most triples. Her trio of home runs was the third highest on the team as she played all 30 games this year for the Lady Titans.
Other locals making the list include Layton’s Ayla Shibuya (second team), Raeanne Gall (honorable mention), Syracuse’s Mylee Davis (honorable mention) and Clearfield’s Ashley Glade (honorable mention).