All-Messenger volleyball team announced

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Messenger file photo by Chris McCarthy

Note: Selections were based on statistics submitted by area schools. Not all schools submitted information prior to deadline. 

First team
Hitter
Macey Herren (pictured above), senior, Southside: 363 kills, 357 digs, 60 aces, 47 blocks, 20 assists

Sera Beth Potter, senior, Ashville: 394 kills, 292 digs, 53 blocks, 50 aces

Keelan Vice, senior, Southside: 347 kills, 168 digs, 50 aces, 19 assists

Setter
Kathryn Webb, sophomore, Southside: 1,228 assists, 232 digs, 73 aces, 42 blocks, 40 kills

Middle Blocker
Bri Beyerle, Glencoe: 382 kills, 358 assists, 285 digs, 90 blocks, 65 aces

Libero/DS
Hannah Rogers, senior, Southside: 534 digs, 56 assists, 55 aces, 13 kills

Second team
Hitter
Rachael Wilson, junior, Southside: 343 kills, 111 digs, 71 aces, 37 blocks

Ziniah Hardy, senior, Southside: 361 digs, 185 kills, 60 aces, 29 blocks, 15 assists

Madalyn Amberson, junior, Glencoe: 312 digs, 175 kills, 50 aces, nine blocks

Setter
Abi Bunt, sophomore, Glencoe: 484 assists, 225 digs, 74 aces, 46 kills

Middle Blocker
Ella Knowlton, junior, Southside: 246 kills, 91 blocks, 56 digs

Libero/DS
Kinslee Gray, junior, Glencoe: 526 digs, 47 assists, 44 kills, 42 aces

Third team
Hitter
Evelyn Nowak, 8th grade, Coosa Christian: 130 kills, 49 digs, 44 aces

Uche Osuji, junior, Gadsden City: 53 kills, 57 digs

Setter
Brielle Wood, junior, Westbrook Christian: 389 assists, 243 digs, 155 kills, 78 aces, 11 blocks

Middle blocker
Landri Lipscomb, 8th grade, Westbrook Christian: 102 kills, 35 digs, 28 blocks, 23 aces

Libero/DS
Erin Snow, senior, Coosa Christian: 140 digs, 30 aces, 18 kills

Coach of the Year
Courtney Brothers, Southside: won 12th straight county title, 45-13 record

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