Macomb CountyNovember 14, 2012
MAC honors top local volleyball players
By Jon Malavolti
C & G Sports Writer
While the volleyball postseason continues, the Macomb Area Conference has honored its top players from the regular season with its All-Conference honorees.
Here’s a division-by-division breakdown, including each league’s Most Valuable Player and Coach of the Year.
Dakota junior Carli Snyder was named the MVP, while Dakota’s Tracie Ferguson was honored as the Coach of the Year.
All-Conference honorees are Snyder, Megan Manierski and Megan Downey, Dakota; Allyson Hayman and Taylor Hornbacher, Marysville; Natalie Courtwright, L’Anse Creuse; Rachel Parus, Fraser High; Julia Guest, Breann Reveley and Colleen Reveley, Grosse Pointe North; and Casey Fealko, Port Huron Northern.
Stevenson’s Amy Coffin and Paul Drdul were the MVP and Coach of the Year, respectively.
All-Conference honorees are Coffin, Emily Smith and Jette Blokhuis, Stevenson; Ali Bellas, Gia Milana and Karlie Kelly, Romeo; Brianna Baker, Utica Ford II; Sheridan Wood, Chippewa Valley; and Morgan Byrge, Anchor Bay. Grosse Pointe South’s selections were not available at press time.
Eisenhower’s Meghan Kennelly and Caitlin Russo were the MVP and Coach of the Year, respectively.
All-Conference honorees are Kennelly, Hailee Siefert and Emily Rizzi, Eisenhower; Alli Erickson, Julianna Trombley and Maddie Czopek, Sterling Heights High; Erica Wilson and Samantha Borowiak, Warren Woods Tower; Cassidy Carpenter, Port Huron; Kaitlin Fazio, Warren Mott; and Mikayla Ollila, Utica.
L’Anse Creuse North’s Emily Nieman was named the MVP, while St. Clair High’s Nikki Sygit was the Coach of the Year.
All-Conference honorees are Nieman, Jenna Ehrle and Kasie Lashley, L’Anse Creuse North; Katie Kyewski, Roseville; Sydney Morgan, Lake Shore; Aryana Nacker, Cousino; Jordan Mathison and Carlie Rentz, Marine City; and Maison Burr, Linzi Breuhan and Bailey Dembinski, St. Clair.
Madison Heights Lamphere’s Sarah Ormsby and Jamie Uhlmann were named the MVP and Coach of the Year, respectively.
All-Conference honorees are Ormsby, Alexis Hilliard and Shannon Paavo, Lamphere; Melanie Preskin, Crystal Thomas and Jessica Brochu, Center Line; Kalleigh Mathison, Clintondale; Rachel Schnell, St. Clair Shores South Lake; Becky Corbett and Keiley Phillips, St. Clair Shores Lakeview; and Taylor Wright, Clawson.
New Haven High’s Charnai Perry and Renee Yax were named MVP and Coach of the Year, respectively.
All-Conference honorees are Perry, Kristen Schreiber and Toni Jones, New Haven; Tia Carter, Lindsay Bullock and Emily Holland, Fitzgerald; Victoria Grimes and Danielle Marsee, East Detroit; Amanda Mac, Madison Heights Madison; Jamecia Webster, Mount Clemens High. Warren Lincoln’s selection was not available at press time.
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