There are plenty of changes in the Whiteford softball record book after a record-breaking 2019 season by the Bobcats.
Karsyn Berns-Moore set the single season Whiteford record for hits and batting average with 66 hits in 119 at-bats, a .555 average. That tops Wendy Adams’ previous batting average record of .539 set in 1996. Berns-Moore also finished her career with more triples (22) than any Bobcat in school history.
Baylee Baldwin tops the charts in two career categories, including at-bats (490) and runs scored (198).
Lindsey Walker left a dent in the Bobcat record book in both hitting and pitching. The senior finished with more innings pitched (771.2), strikeouts (819) and pitching wins (89) than any hurler in Bobcat history. She also closed her career with a .439 batting average, good for third in school history as well as the top rung on the Whiteford career list for hits (207), RBIs (174), Doubles (44) and home runs (18).
In the career hits category, five current Whiteford seniors finish their careers in the top 10 in career hits. After Walker’s 207, Berns-Moore had 205, Baldwin 195, Milly Iott 168 and Madison Durden 149. Walker, Berns-Moore and Baldwin are 1-2-3 in that category. On the list for career at-bats Baldwin (490), Berns-Moore (488), Iott (480) and Walker (471) are the only four players in Whiteford history to record more than 400 at-bats.
Whiteford won 110 games over the past four seasons, the best four-year span in school history.