All-League volleyball | Annie Reiswig voted most valuable

Sun Staff report
Sylas Wright / Sun File PhotoTruckee senior Annie Reiswig was voted 3A All-Mount Rose League MVP.

Truckee senior outside hitter Annie Reiswig was voted 3A MVP of the Mount Rose League, while her coach, Erika Murphy, was voted Coach of the Year.

Darby Reeder of Whittell was voted 2A MVP of the Mount Rose League, which is made up of a mix of 2A and 3A schools around Lake Tahoe.

Joining Reiswig and Murphy were a number of players from both Truckee and North Tahoe, including one Laker and two Wolverines on the first team. The selections were voted on by the league’s coaches.

North Tahoe senior Lexie Courcier was voted to the first team at outside hitter, while Truckee senior Kiersten Knoppel was voted to the first team as a middle blocker and Truckee senior Katie Mohun was voted to the first team at libero.

Truckee sophomore Mackenzie Redner was voted to the second team at outside hitter, teammate Kaylee Lewis made the second team as a middle blocker and Brittany Thomas made the second team as a setter. North Tahoe seniors Heidi Jimenez and Irene Rojas were both voted to the second team, with Jimenez getting the nod at libero and Rojas as a utility player.

North Tahoe’s Anny Bolton and Truckee’s Angelena Sahlberg and Krysta Murphy received honorable mention recognition.

In 2A All-State voting, Courcier was named to the second team. Makenna Lommori of Yerington was the 2A State MVP and Nick Davis of Calvary Chapel and Nate Byrne of Whittell were voted Co-Coaches of the Year.

The 3A did not release All-State selections.

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