Volleyball Banquet

Volleyball+Banquet

On Thursday, November 14 the Redbank Valley Volleyball team hosted a banquet to honor all junior varisty and varsity players.

At the end of the season the players get to nominate players for four different awards: Offensive MVP, Defensive MVP, Team MVP, and Players’ player.

For JV, Alivia Huffamn was chosen for Offensive MVP; Arissa Bish was chosen for Defensive MVP; Caylen Rearick was chosen for Team MVP; and Carlie Rupp was chosen for Players’ player. Coach Anderson recognized Kenzie Theil for most improved throughout the season.

For Varsity, Becca Kunselman was nominated for Offensive MVP; Brynn Rearick was nominated for Defensive MVP; Tara Hindeliter was nominated for Team MVP and Kianna Schreckengost and Lauren Smith for coach’s award. Coach Darr also recognized Taylor King for most dedicated and Elaina Miller for most improved.

Nineteen players earned varsity letters this year: Freshman included outside hitter and defensive specialist Caylen Rearick and middle hitter Alivia Huffman. Sophomores included right side hitter and defensive specialist, Carlie Rupp; middle and right side hitter, Ryley Pago; and setter, Lily Shaffer. Juniors included outside hitter Brooke Smith; defensive specialist, Karlee Shoemaker; defensive specialist, Brynn Rearick; middle hitter, Brianna Minich; Right side hitter and defensive specialist, Elaina Miller; setter, Brooke Holben; defensive specialist, Savanna Boyer; outside hitter and defensive specialist, Montana Hetrick; and defensive specialist, Makenna Bish. Seniors included middle hitter, Lauren Smith; right side hitter and defensive specialist, Kianna Schreckengost; outside hitter, Becca Kunselman; middle hitter, Taylor King; setter, Tara Hindeliter.

Taylor King was nominated for 1st team all conference. Becca Kunselman, Montana Hetrick and Tara Hindeliter were all nominated for 2nd team all conference. Taylor King and Montana Hetrick also qualified for all district.

Both teams had a good season with junior varsity losing two games and varsity losing four games. Varsity sadly ended their season at Kane in the first round of playoffs. It was a very close game going into five sets.

The seniors have all had some hard times throughout the season but they stuck by each others side when they needed it the most. They have played with each other since junior high and it shows. No matter what happened they referred to each other as family. All the underclassmen that have played with them will miss them very much and wish them good luck in their future.

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