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November 17, 2014 at 12:10 PM

4A and 3A all-tournament volleyball teams

I will be back this afternoon with some final thoughts in the 4A and 3A state volleyball tournaments (and bit on 2A on down as well). I had hoped to post something yesterday (Sunday), but I was still exhausted!

But I wanted to get the all-tournament teams for 4A and 3A posted since I noticed they were not yet put up on our website. These players were selected by media members covering the tournaments, based on their performances Friday and Saturday (rather than on the season overall).

Many others received high consideration. We realize not everyone might agree with the final selections, but it’s what we decided on in the end.

If there were “official” all-tournament teams selected in the other classifications, and they are sent to me (sringer@seattletimes.com), I will post them as well.

But congratulations to these girls:

Class 4A
Hitters
Reghan Pukis, Bellarmine Prep, Sr. (Most Valuable Player)
Jenna Mullen, Emerald Ridge, Sr.
Claire Martin, Bellarmine Prep, Sr.
Brooke Van Sickle, Battle Ground, Jr.
Lauren Harris, Camas, Sr.
Elly McEachern, Curtis, Jr.
Setters
Isabella Zubrod, Emerald Ridge, Sr.
Natalie Jensen, Bellarmine Prep, Sr.
Libero
Kasey Woodruff, Curtis, Fr.

Class 3A
Hitters
Precious Atafua, Auburn Riverside, Sr. (Most Valuable Player)
Rachel Erickson, Capital, Sr.
Jemma Yeadon, Mercer Island, Jr.
Evi Wilson, Columbia River, Jr.
Chloe Loreen, Lakeside, So.
Katie Sisson, North Thurston, Sr,
Setters
Carson Heilborn, Auburn Riverside, Sr.
Page Heller, Columbia River, Jr.
Libero
Marissa Ottesen, Capital

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