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MAC Announces All-Conference Volleyball Selections

South Platte and Garden County were named Volleyball Co-Champions due to their identical overall records (24-and-8), conference records (6-and-1) and .857 winning percentage.

The Conference released the All-Conference Volleyball selections, with many local athletes being honored for this years' accomplishments.

First Team All Conference

Avery Hayward, South Platte-- Leading the Blue Knights in Kills (269) and Ace Serves (66), the 5'7” junior also finished third in Digs (328) and fourth in Serve Receptions (155).

Kamry Kramer, Garden County-- Leading the Eagles in Kills (219) and Serve Receptions (391), the 5'7' senior was also second in Digs (275) and third in Ace Serves (41).

Kierra Miller, Bayard High School—Leading the Tigers in Assists (572), the 5'4” junior also was second in Ace Serves (46) and fourth in Digs (183).

Lauren Stanley, South Platte—The 5'7' senior finished second on the Blue Knights in Kills (180), Digs (384) and Service Receptions (302).

Kaitlyn Craig, Leyton—An outstanding season for the 6'0” sophomore helped power Leyton to a 17 win season. She was third in Kills (103) and second in Blocks (142) for the season.

Jenna Spady, Garden County—The Eagles leader in Set Assists (377), the 5'8” junior also was third in Digs (209) for the year.

Second Team All-Conference

Danika Hassel – Bayard

Grace Timm - Creek Valley

Jazmin Calihua – Minatare

Jayden Shoemaker - Potter-Dix

McKenna Kreuger - Garden County

Haily Koenen - South Platte

Corina Meyers – Minatare

Sydney Fortune – Leyton

Honorable Mention

Taylyn Baurer - South Platte

Kendal Nielson - Potter-Dix

Karsyn Burgman - Creek Valley

Lexi Fiscus – Bayard

Trinity Beutler – Leyton

Marissa Frankhouser - Banner County

Kallie Crossman - Potter-Dix

Izzy Whiting - Creek Valley


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