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Angie Mick
The Centralia Sports Hall of Fame
1997 Individual Award Winner


The most heralded softball player in Centralia High School history, Angie Mick, had a career pitching record of 62-27 (1986, 1987, 1988, 1989) with 778 strike outs in 596 innings. She had a career ERA of 0.87 with seven no hitters. 

Mick holds all CHS softball pitching records. The 1988 Annies made a state quarterfinal appearance (Elite Eight), Mick struck out a tourney record (at that time) 12 batters in that game, but the Annies fell to Joliet (St. Francis) 1-0, ending a 21-6 season. The 1989 Annies were 23-9.

Mick was named Southern Illinois “Player of the Year” by the Southern Illinoisian in both 1988 and 1989. She was also named “Female Athlete of the Year” at CHS in 1989.

With a full-ride scholarship to SIU-C, Mick chalked up a career pitching record of 54-19. When she graduated, she had set career ERA (1.05) and career winning percentage (.736) records, and was either second or third in all other career pitching record categories. 

She was named All-Conference in 1991 and 1993. While not pitching during either the high school or college seasons, Mick made national tourney appearances with several ASA teams.



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