Six Demon spikers named all-league
Amber Sutherland leads a pack of six Glenwood Springs High School volleyball players to net Class 4A Western Slope All-League accolades after the league-champion Demons posted a 29-1 record and advanced to the semifinal round of the state tournament.
Sutherland, an outside hitter who led Class 4A in kills, was named the league’s most valuable player. Senior setter Celeste Cashel, and sophomore middle blockers Leanna Lawson and Leah Hinkey were also named to the first team. The only other sophomore given the all-league nod was Palisade’s Kaitlin Edmiston.
Senior outside hitter Kelly Hauskins and senior defensive specialist Bridget Roseman both earned honorable mention honors for the Demons.
Rifle had a pair of players capture league recognition. Senior setter Taira Enewold was named to the first team, while senior outside hitter Amy Suminski was an honorable mention.
Sutherland and Cashel were also named to the Colorado Coaches of Girls Sports All-State Team. The Class 4A CCGS plays a match at Broomfield High School today at 1 p.m.
Here are the 2003 Class 4A Western Slope All-League players:
Most valuable player ” Amber Sutherland, Glenwood Springs (GS), senior.
First team ” Kristyn Bradburry, Steamboat Springs (SS), Sr. Ashely Callaway, Palisade (Pal), Jr. Celeste Cashel, GS, Sr. Leanna Lawson, GS, So. Hannah Gary, SS, Sr. Stephanie Kloose, Moffat County (MC), Sr. Kaitlin Edmiston, Pal, So. Skylar Hand, Battle Mountain (BM), Sr. Leah Hinkey, GS, So. Taira Enewold, Rifle, Sr. Stacy Cavanaugh, SS, Jr.
Honorable mention ” Kelly Hauskins, GS, Sr. Bridget Rosemen, GS, Sr. Shelley Dunlop, SS, Sr. Brynn Gotchey, SS, Sr. Kaela Hellman, Pal, Sr. Jenna Tjossem, BM. Crystin Rodrick, BM. Amy Suminski, Rifle, Sr. Brittany Hutton, MC, Sr. Brandie Telfer, MC, Jr. Shannon Doty, Delta, Sr. Amanda Farmer, Delta, Jr.
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