2012-13 Dispatch/Argus Area Volleyball All-Star team


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Posted Online: Dec. 09, 2012, 10:50 pm
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Player of the Year Hannah Nimrick
Riverdale, S, Sr.:
Three Rivers Conference Player of the Year (unanimous first-team pick) and Champaign News-Gazette Special Mention 50 All-State choice; tallied 699 assists, 137 kills, 219 digs, 51 service aces and 31 blocks for Class 2A third-place finishers.

First team Carly Adams
Sherrard, S, Sr.:
First team All-WCC North; posted single-season school record 483 assists.

Cassidy Clark
Orion, MH, Sr.:
Honorable mention All-WCC North and News-Gazette Special Mention 50 All-Stater; team-best 293 kills with 88 blocks.

Jess Corson
Riverdale, OH, Sr.:
Second team All-Three Rivers; posted 178 kills, 243 digs and 37 service aces.

Taylor Cullen
Rockridge, OH, Sr.:
First team All-WCC North; averaged nearly 10 kills and five blocks per match.

Cassandra Ellison
United, DS, Sr.:
Second team All-LTC.

Katie Garrity
Orion, MH, Sr.:
First team All-WCC North; notched 260 kills and 38 aces with team-high 92 blocks.

Andi Hendrix
United, Libero, Sr.:
First team All-LTC; averaged nine digs per match and added 54 service aces.

Kylie Kennedy
Fulton, OH, Sr.:
First team All-Three Rivers; tallied team-best 160 kills and 345 digs.

Hannah Lavens
Sherrard, MH, Sr.:
First team All-WCC North; posted team highs with 267 kills and 57 blocks along with 172 digs.

Elle May
Riverdale, Libero, Sr.:
Second team All-Three Rivers; team-high 424 digs.

Brooke Nelson
Mercer County, MH, Jr.:
First team All-LTC; 155 kills and 35 blocks.

Liz Oltman
Riverdale, MH, Sr.:
First team All-Three Rivers; team-best 234 kills and 66 blocks with 41 service aces.

Kristen Parsons
Wethersfield, S, Jr.:
All-LTC HM; team-high 502 assists to go with 220 digs.

Haley Peterson
Sherrard, Libero, Sr.:
First team All-WCC North; team-high 252 digs.

McKenzie Ranson
Orion, Libero, Sr.:
First team All-WCC North and News-Gazette second team All-State pick; team-high 477 digs along with 35 service aces.

Michelle Ravel
United, OH, Sr.:
First team All-LTC; team-high 297 kills and 60 service aces.

Paige Rus
Erie, MH, Sr.:
First team All-Three Rivers; averaged nearly 10 kills per match.

Peyton Rus
Erie, OH, Fr.:
First team All-Three Rivers; averaged nearly nine kills and four blocks per match.

Lexi Sierens
Annawan, S, Sr.:
Second team All-LTC; tallied team-high 379 assists to go with 18 service aces.

Kayli Smith
Wethersfield, OH, Jr.:
First team All-LTC; team-high 183 kills and 85 blocks along with 31 service aces.

Riley Strandgard
Sherrard, MH, Jr.:
All-WCC North HM; notched 192 kills, 39 blocks and 57 service aces.

Abby Taets
Orion, S, Sr.:
All-WCC North HM; finished with just over 400 assists with 30 aces and 145 digs.

Sydney Vincent
Wethersfield, OH, Sr.:
First team All-LTC; tallied 267 digs, 131 kills and 42 service aces.

Brooklyn Wexell
Ridgewood, Libero, Sr.:
First team All-LTC; finished with 235 digs and 18 service aces.

Morgan Wierema
Fulton, MH, Sr.:
Second team All-Three Rivers; finished with 138 kills and 77 blocks.

Alyssa Workman
Morrison, MH, Sr.:
First team All-Three Rivers; team leader with 193 kills, 45 blocks and 18 service aces.

Honorable mention Annawan: Megan Foes, Uriah Rico;Galva: Alex Strom;Erie: Deanna Black, Courtney Cobert, Rachel Cobert, Katelyn Temple;Fulton: Rachael Beiermann, Chelsea Lesniewski;Kewanee: Jen Ensley, Lauren Jonmarker, Guadalupe Lopez;Mercer County: Kimi Nelson, Maggy Terrill;Monmouth-Roseville: Emma Willhardt;Morrison: Jessica Wieneke;Orion: Anni Keleher, Baillie McCunn, Madi Schulenberg;Prophetstown: Clare Kramer, Katlyn Shirley, Karlie Stafford;Ridgewood: Kylie Carey, Katie Miller, Molly Jo Smith, Paige Wexell;Riverdale: Savanna Gonyier, Sydney Mericle, Payton Mink;Rockridge: Alayna McCalley, Miranda Potter;Sherrard: Erin Barton, Shelby Calderone, Chelsey Crippen;United: Brea Simkins, Sydney Toops;Wethersfield: Kodi Hammer, Margaret Thomson.


















 



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