Glenwood, Rifle seniors named all-4A WSL volleyball
ALL-4A Western Slope LEague volleyball
Player of the Year: Mackenzie Ellison, Sr., Battle Mountain.
Coach of the Year: Wendy Hall, Steamboat Springs.
Mackenzie Ellison, Sr., Battle Mountain; Jordan Brandt, Jr., Battle Mountain; Mackenzie Jones, Sr., Delta; Emily Baier, Soph., Delta; Jaimee Rindy, Sr., Eagle Valley; Morgan Murphy, Sr., Eagle Valley; Jaime Crowley, Sr., Glenwood Springs; Alyssa Chutka, Sr., Palisade; Annie Schmidt, Sr., Rifle; Taylor Harrington, Sr., Steamboat Springs; Maddie Labor, Jr., Steamboat Springs; Lexi Zangari, Jr., Summit.
Emily Clinton, Sr., Battle Mountain; Maddie Perkins, Sr., Battle Mountain; Taylor Anderson, Sr., Battle Mountain; Haley Millard, Sr., Delta; Molly Jewett, Soph., Eagle Valley; Carlee Morrison, Jr., Eagle Valley; Becy Glutova, Fr., Eagle Valley; Devon Green, Jr., Eagle Valley; Ivy Wight, Sr., Glenwood Springs; Morley Perrin, Sr., Glenwood Springs; Lexi Hall, Sr., Palisade; Annie Osbourn, Jr., Steamboat Springs; Riley Wilkinson, Jr., Steamboat Springs; Autumn Ward, Jr., Summit.
Members of the Glenwood Springs and Rifle high school volleyball teams were well represented earlier this week when the Class 4A all-Western Slope League volleyball team was announced earlier this week.
Both Garfield County volleyball squads netted a pair of first-team award winners when the team was released last week. The Demons earned a pair of honorable-mention award winners, and Rifle had one honorable mention.
Glenwood senior Jaimie Crowley, an outside hitter and middle hitter for the Demons, was named to the first team. Rifle’s Annie Schmidt, who is also a senior, was also named to the first team.
The Demons, who finished fifth in the Western Slope League standings at 9-14 overall and 5-9 in league play, had two honorable mentions in senior Ivy Wight and senior libero Morley Perrin. Earning an honorable mention from Rifle was senior Erika Salazar.
Wendy Hall of Steamboat Springs was named the league’s Coach of the Year. Mackenzie Ellison of Battle Mountain was named the league’s Player of the Year.
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It was a close game, but after some thrilling back-and-forth plays the Rifle Bears were able to pull off the 28-20 victory over The Academy on May 1.