Fifteen From Area Voted To TSWA All-State Volleyball Team

Monday, December 30, 2013 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

Fifteen Chattanooga-area players have been selected to the Tennessee Sports Writers Association all-state volleyball teams.

Making the team in Division II were Baylor’s Haven Bethune, Gabby Gray and Rachel Ford and Kelby Crownover and Olivia Berger from GPS.

Class A honorees were Boyd-Buchanan’s Kristen Reynolds and Katie DeLay and Sale Creek’s Megan Storey.

In Class AA the selectees were Notre Dame’s Stephanie Bouchard, Signal Mountain’s Taelor Kellum, Central’s Tiffani Estep and Red Bank’s Abby Graham.

Ooltewah’s Courtlyn Ison, Bradley Central’s Brooke Copeland and East Hamilton's Emma Lenoir made the Class AAA team.

TSWA Division II volleyball

 

SETTER

 

Haven Bethune, Baylor

Scout McLerran, Webb

Christina White, St. Agnes

Kelly Cole, St. Agnes

Roxanna Wood, St. George’s

Sope Adeleye, St. George’s

Paige Sheffield, USJ

 

HITTERS

 

Sara Glassman, USJ

Olivia Berger, GPS

Gabby Gray Baylor

Rachel Ford, Baylor

Frances Harrison, Webb

Nicklin Hames, Webb

 

LIBERO

 

Kelby Crownover, GPS

Kaitlyn Flickinger, Webb

 

TSWA Class A All-State volleyball team

 

SETTERS

 

Alana Holman, Goodpasture

BrinLee Glass, Loretto

Kristen Reynolds, Boyd Buchanan

Shea Saunders, Grace Christian

Carolena Pridemore, Grace Christian

 

HITTERS

 

Macy Reece, Goodpasture

Laine Phillips, Goodpasture

Alora Ricker, South Greene

Peyton Williams, South Greene

Rachel Burden, Loretto

Megan Storey,  Sale Creek

Brooke Stowell, Concord Christian

Clare Taylor, Trinity Christian

Edie Buchanan, Madison

 

Libero

Katie DeLay, Boyd-Buchanan

 

TSWA Class AA volleyball

 

HITTER

 

Rylee Milhorn, Sullivan South

Haley Price, Sullivan South

Sarah Ray, Hume-Fogg

Niki Pewett, Page

Cheyenne Hooper, Christian Academy of Knoxville

Rachel Kozemko, Knoxville Catholic

Kamila Cieslik, Knoxville Catholic

Stephanie Bouchard, Notre Dame

Taelor Kellum, Signal Mountain

Tiffani Estep, Chattanooga Central

Sarah McCarty, Knoxville Catholic

 

SETTER

 

Brynn Pierce, Christian Academy of Knoxville

Haley Roe, Sullivan East

Savannah Pillow, Crockett County

Abby Graham, Red Bank

 

LIBERO

 

Taylor Call, Christian Academy of Knoxville

 

TSWA CLASS AAA ALL-STATE VOLLEYBALL TEAM

 

SETTER

Jill Morgan, Siegel

Emily Richardson, Houston

Emma Milstead, Farragut

Hunter Thompson, Brentwood

Raegan Grooms, Farragut

 

LIBERO

 

Lexi Hartsock, Dobyns-Bennett

Eleni Georgiafandis, Bearden

Reagan Petty, Centennial

Piper Cleveland, Brentwood

 

HITTERS

 

Courtlyn Ison, Ooltewah

Brooke Copeland, Bradley Central

Taylor Henry, Dobyns-Bennett

Kat Hudson, Ravenwood

Tori Simmons, Siegel

Emma Lenoir, East Hamilton

Ryann Amity, Mt. Juliet

Natalie Druhan, Collierville

Sarah Tuttle, Brentwood

Payton Logan, Brentwood

Emily Svennevik, Ravenwood

 

(E-mail Stan Crawley at wscrawley@earthlink.net_

 


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