Rose, Travis, Lett Voted TSWA All-State DII Volleyball

Monday, December 24, 2012 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

Baylor’s Madeline Rose and Rachel Travis and GPS’s Sadie Lett have been voted to the Tennessee Sports Writers Association Division II all-state volleyball team.

THE TEAM

TSWA Division II All-State volleyball team

Setter

Becca Smith, Ensworth

Amy Bray, St. Cecilia

Libero

Mary Carole Overholt, Webb

Blockers

Mary Marshall Anderson, St.

Cecilia

Jade Jones, Webb

Hitters

Warner Tidwell, Harpeth Hall

Sara Zumback, BGA

Ashley Thurmond, Davidson Academy

Maggie Mullins, Father Ryan

Audrey Sohr, FRA

Andrea Arreaza, USJ

Devan Porter, St. Agnes

Taylor Anderton, ECS

Kaylah Keys, Harding Academy

Roxana Wood, St. George’s

Sadie Lett, GPS

Rachel Travis, Baylor

Madeline Rose, Baylor

Frances Harrison, Webb

Mia Buda, PJP II

Coach of the Year: Maggie Kuyper, St. Cecilia

Coach of the Year: Ryan Wallace, St. Agnes

(E-mail Stan Crawley at wscrawley@earthlink.net)

 


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