Truckee volleyball | Redner, Peak honored on All-League
Ryan Summerlin December 3, 2013
Division I-A All-League volleyball
Coach of the Year: Tarina Martinez, Sparks
Most Valuable Player: Madi Foley, Dayton
Middle blocker: Juliana Velasco, Lowry, Soph.
Middle blocker: Kelsie Galey, Elko, Jr.
Outside hitter: Mackenzie Redner, Truckee, Sr.
Outside hitter: Madi Foley, Dayton, Sr.
Setter: Jessie Coons, Dayton, Sr.
Def. specialist: Taryn Schriner, Dayton, Sr.
Utility: Mary Scholz, Fallon, Sr.
Middle blocker: Kelsie Callahan, Fernley, Sr.
Middle blocker: Josalynn Harris, Elko, Sr.
Outside hitter: Kendyll Delacour, South Tahoe, Soph.
Outside hitter: Lauren Peak, Truckee, Sr.
Setter: Chelsea Mohun, Truckee, Sr.
Def. specialist: Ashley Vickers, Dayton, Sr.
Utility: Desirea Danner, Elko, Jr.
Utility: Ali Tedford, Fallon, Jr.
Middle blocker: Nina Cudra, Sparks, Jr.
Middle blocker: Megan McCormick, Fallon, Soph.
Outside hitter: Kaylee Snow, Spring Creek, Jr.
Outside hitter: Rachel Sigurdson, Lowry, Sr.
Setter: Raquel Marchesseault, South Tahoe
Def. specialist: Ere Higbee, Lowry, Sr.
Utility: McKinley Nevins, Spring Creek, Sr.
Truckee senior outside hitter Mackenzie Redner was voted to the Northern Division I-A All-League first team, while senior teammate Lauren Peak, also an outside hitter, was voted to the second team.
Madi Foley of Dayton was Most Valuable Player and Tarina Martinez of Sparks was Coach of the Year.
The awards were voted on by the league’s coaches.
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