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Meade's Carr named Hi-Plains League VB MVP

The 2019 Hi-Plains All-League Volleyball Teams have been announced, and while Lakin had the most selections among league teams, the Most Valuable Player happens to play for the Buffaloes.

Corbyn Carr was named the Hi-Plains League MVP in voting by league coaches. The senior outside hitter/middle blocker seem to draw the attention of servers, collecting the most serve receives on the squad, but was steady throughout the season. Meade was 24-16 this past season and earned a berth to Sub-State.

The Broncs had six selections on the first and second teams as well as the honorable mention list, including three first-teamers - Rylie Bemis, Jaya Esquibel and Makennah Hernandez. Lakin finished 27-9 and made it to the semifinals of the Class 3A Colby Sub-State tournament.

Fernanda Oliveira earned second-team honors, while Dana Gosch and Meagan Ritsema were named to the Honorable Mention list.

Syracuse - who set a school record with 19 wins on the season - had three players earn honors. Emma Heglin was named First Team All-League, while Margo Stum made the Second team, and Kate Riley earned Honorable Mention honors.

Also on the First Team - Meade's Shelby Christensen, Cimarron's Jaira Osborn and Cevelle Ralstin of Elkhart.

Earning spots on the Second Team were Cimarron's Sydney Dumler, Kamry Richardson of Elkhart, Kiana Unruh of Meade, Madeline Lee of Sublette and Michelle Alvidrez of Southwestern Heights.

The rest of the Honorable Mention list includes Cimarron's Skylar Lopez and Jenna Seabolt; Stanton County's Chloe Chenowith and Jordyn Snook; Isabella Desaire and Bekah Unruh of Sublette and Susane Carrillo of Southwestern Heights.

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