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Vote: Who is the South Florida Softball Player of the Week (3/12/2024)?

We have 10 candidates for you to choose from

The Florida High School Softball season is in full swing and we begin our Player of the Week polls for areas all around the state. Teams have started off the regular season with some great individual performances.

As such, we have 10 athletes nominated this week for the SBLive’s South Florida high school softball player of the week award from March 4-March 9, and we ask you, the fans, to help decide who should indeed be the top athlete selected. Voting will conclude on Sunday, March 17th at 11:59 p.m. The winner will be announced in next week's poll. 

Editor’s note: Our corresponding poll is intended to be fun, and we do not set limits on how many times a fan can vote during the competition. This poll is specifically for fans to vote on the players that have been nominated and in no way discredits any other player that may not be mentioned in our poll.

Here are the nominees: 

Samantha Osteen, Hialeah Gardens: The sophomore infielder had a big night in a 20-0 win over Goleman, notching two doubles and driving in five runs. 

Mabel Collazo, TERRA Environmental: Collazo’s bat exploded for three hits, including a double, and drove in six runs in last week’s 27-13 win over Coral Gables. 

Ashley Daniels, Olympic Heights: Daniels went 4-for-4 at the plate in Olympic Heights’ 21-5 win over Delray Beach Atlantic, as she also drove in four runs and hit two triples. 

Maeve Adams, Cardinal Newman: In three innings of work, the sophomore allowed no runs, no hits and struck out nine in a 16-0 win over Lake Worth. 

Collins Ames, Miami Country Day: The junior pitcher had herself a strong outing in a win over Immaculata-La Salle, with Ames in six innings and struck out 15 batters. 

Myah Boleen, Majory Stoneman Douglas: The sophomore’s bat was red hot in a 12-2 win over Monarch, notching two hits and driving in four runs. 

Grace Boehly, South Plantation: The sophomore infielder had herself a night in the Paladins’ 18-0 win over Northeast, notching three hits (double, triple) and driving in four runs. 

Dani Ebert, Pompano Beach: The junior pitcher had a good night on the mound and went six innings, allowed three runs and fanned 10 batters. 

Koda Travers, Plantation American Heritage: The junior hurler was terrific in a 2-1 win over Somerset Academy, going seven innings, allowed four hits, one run and struck out nine batters. 

Lydia Berent, Cardinal Gibbons: The sophomore sensation went seven innings, allowed just three hits, no runs and struck out seven in a 7-0 win over Majory Stoneman Douglas.