Truckee volleyball: Maia Dvoracek voted league MVP
Northern Division I-A All-League
MVP: Maia Dvoracek, 11, Truckee
Coach of the Year: Krystal Keen, Spring Creek
Middle blocker: Juliana Velasco, Lowry
Middle blocker: Madison Haley, Truckee
Outside hitter: Whitney Skabelund, Fallon
Outside hitter: Anais Fay, Truckee
Outside hitter: Julian Wright, Elko
Setter: Shalia Powell, Dayton
Opposite hitter: Katie Fisher, Truckee
Utility: Kaitlyn Watson, South Tahoe
Middle blocker: Vee Tau Faao, Sparks
Middle blocker: Megan McCormick, Fallon
Outside hitter: Brianda Diaz, Dayton
Outside hitter: Sierra Thiede, Lowry
Outside hitter: Ashlee Barron, Lowry
Setter: Jillian Albright, Lowry
Utility: Rachel Hadley, Dayton
Utility: Haylee Paladini, Fallon
Utility: Alley Ford, Elko
Libero: Kayla Kincaid, Fallon
Setter: Zoey Swisher, Fallon
Setter: Michelle Sonos, Sparks
Middle blocker: Leann Strands, Fallon
Middle blocker: Makenna Olsen, Dayton
Middle blocker: Tatum Kula, Truckee
Outside hitter: Hailey Wells, Dayton
Opposite hitter: Chelsea Herrera, Lowry
Opposite hitter: Ryann McKillip, Spring Creek
Opposite hitter: Rashay Williams, Spring Creek
Opposite hitter: Marisa Coleman, Sparks
Defensive specialist: Louwayne Trinidad, Sparks
Defensive specialist: Katlyn Wirfs, Spring Creek
Utility: Zoe Mosedale, South Tahoe
Utility: McKenna Brewer, South Tahoe
The Truckee volleyball team was well represented in Northern Division I-A All-League voting after winning the regional title and finishing runner-up in the state.
Five Wolverines received All-League awards, led by junior outside hitter Maia Dvoracek’s MVP selection.
In addition to Dvoracek, seniors Katie Fisher, Anais Fay and Madison Haley were voted to the All-League first team, while senior Tatum Kula received honorable mention recognition.
The awards were determined by the league’s head coaches.
Dvoracek earned every bit of her MVP award. The hard-hitting left-hander, who is also Truckee’s primary setter, tallied 362 kills in 93 sets, which ranked No. 1 in the Division I-A and seventh in the state. She also had a team-high 622 assists and 88 service aces.
As a team, the Wolverines swept all 16 matches in league play, dropping only one set along the way, before defeating Dayton in straight sets for the regional title. They went on to defeat Sierra Vista in straight sets in the state semifinal and lost in five hard-fought sets to top Southern seed Faith Lutheran in the state championship.
Truckee posted a final record of 26-9 overall.