Haynes, who posted an 8-3 pitching record, batted .506 with six home runs and 30 RBIs while Shifflett, the Mavericks' top hitter with a .486 average, and Bible (.479, 5 HR, 31 RBI) were big reasons for their teams making it to Vienna.
The first-team outfield is made up of Ramsey, Wyoming East's Chelsea Duncan and Herbert Hoover's Mikayla Craze.
Ramsey, a senior, hit .508 with two home runs, three triples and six doubles. Duncan, also a senior, hit at a .535 clip with 20 doubles.
Catchers named to the first unit are Robert C. Byrd's Katie Powell and Ritchie County's Abby Burgess, while the three utility spots are manned by James Monroe's Mikayla Wickline, Wayne's Kasey Endicott and Ritchie's Kenna Delancey.
Powell put together quite a senior season, hitting .560 with four home runs and 16 RBIs while Burgess hit .517 with a pair of round-trippers.
Wickline, a senior, posted an 11-2 pitching mark and was one of the Mavericks' top hitters, Endicott hit .377 with eight home runs and Delancey, only a freshman, hit a lofty .652 with nine home runs, seven triples, six doubles, 41 RBIs and 37 stolen bases. On the mound, she posted a 13-1 mark with 109 strikeouts in 70 innings. Those numbers earned Delancey the captain's spot on the unit.
Named to the second team as pitchers were Lincoln's Sami Elder, Braxton County's Taylor Bragg, Westside's Cassidee Blankenship, Roane County's Casey Lassiter and Grafton's Erin Wambaugh.
The unit's infield includes Cassidy Ray of Ritchie County, Tori Rovello of Bridgeport, Robert C. Byrd's Alicia Noble (captain), Allison Pritt of Braxton County and Allison Winans of Lincoln.
Tori Postlewait of East Fairmont, Emily Fry of Wayne and Kaitlyn Keplinger of Petersburg make up the second-team outfield while the Bridgeport's Miki Glenn and Ravenswood's Sidnee Morgan are the catchers.
Named as second-team utility players are Bekah Baldwin of Sissonville, Danielle Fluharty of North Marion and Ravens-wood's Katie Buckbee.