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Who should win 2018 All-Area player of the year awards for spring sports?

Rock Hill assistant coach Mike Partlow explains the hardest skill in baseball

It is arguably the hardest skill in baseball: the catcher pop fly coaches hit to end pregame warmups. Rock Hill High assistant coach Mike Partlow explains how he got pretty proficient at hitting catcher pop flies,
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It is arguably the hardest skill in baseball: the catcher pop fly coaches hit to end pregame warmups. Rock Hill High assistant coach Mike Partlow explains how he got pretty proficient at hitting catcher pop flies,

Have your say about who should win All-Area player of the year honors in 10 spring sports by voting in the polls below.

Voting will run until 12:01 a.m. Friday, (June 8, 2018). These fan votes don't factor into the final decision, which is mostly based on the coaches' vote.

Player of the year nominees were submitted by coaches (who already voted on them privately). Full All-Area teams should be released next week.

Softball

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Girls' soccer

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Baseball

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Boys' soccer

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Girls' lacrosse

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Boys' lacrosse

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Boys' golf

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Boys' tennis

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Girls' track and field

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Boys' track and field

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