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2023 RPAC All-Conference Volleyball Selections Announced



RPAC coaches gathered to discuss All-Conference teams and the honors that were released over the weekend. Coaches can nominate their athletes for the All-Conference teams but cannot vote for their own athletes.



Let's take a look at the East All-Conference teams first.

*Stats provided based on availability on MaxPreps*

Alma

Addison Siebels was voted first-team as she accumulated 290 kills hitting .181 on the season and had 221 digs. Miley Whitney earned honorable mention honors as she accumulated 51 aces and 510 digs on the season as well as Riley Scott who tallied 57 aces, 247 digs, and 602 assists on the season. Whitney will return for her senior season while the Cardinals lose Siebels and Scott to graduation.


Arapahoe

Sabrina Jacobsen earned second-team honors as she hit .142 on the season as she tallied 228 kills and picked up 183 digs. Berkley Warner was named honorable mention as she tallied 265 digs on the season. The Warriors will lose both Jacobsen and Warner to graduation.


Bertrand

Katelyn Evans was named honorable mention as she pounded 137 kills (.042), tallied 65 aces, and dug 228 balls. Also named to honorable mention for the Vikings was Bethany Pelton who had 160 kills and hit .224 on the season, Addison Andersen who had 139 digs and 599 assists on the season, and Emma Brown who pounded 201 kills hitting .228 and 230 digs on the season. Bertrand will only lose Pelton while Evans and Brown will return for their senior seasons and Andersen returns for her junior season.


Cambridge

Three Trojans earned first-team honors with Jalen Kent, Erin Johnson, and Bailee Ahlemeyer. Kent had 369 kills and hit at a clip of .193 and had 379 digs on the season, Johnson had 351 kills and a hitting percentage of .268 while also adding 52 aces, 50 blocks, and 280 digs, and Ahlemeyer had 448 digs on the season. Brylyn Springer earned second-team honors as she tallied 232 kills at a .205 clip, 35 aces, 83 blocks, and 172 digs. Mallory Springer was named honorable mention as she accumulated 38 aces, 42 blocks, 159 digs, and 894 assists on the season. Cambridge will lose Kent, Ahlemeyer, and B. Springer to graduation but Johnson will return for her senior season and M. Springer will return for her junior season.




Medicine Valley

Remington Stout and Stella Heapy both were named to the second-team as Stout had 264 kills with a hitting percentage of .107, 49 blocks, and 266 digs while Heapy had 231 kills with a hitting percentage of .166, 37 aces, and 363 digs on the season. The Raiders will lose Heapy to graduation but Stout is set to return for her senior season.


Southern Valley

Ann Bose was named to the first-team as she had 424 kills and hit at a clip of .346. Bose also accumulated 48 aces, 43 blocks, and 224 digs. Adi Hunt and Brecklyn Hammond were named to the second-team. Hunt had 249 kills and a hitting percentage of .202, 41 blocks, and 211 digs while Hammond had 45 aces, 223 digs, and 723 assists on the season. The Eagles will lose Bose to graduation but Hunt and Hammond will return for their senior seasons.


Southwest

Six Roughriders earned All-Conference honors. Bryn Lampe and Kyra Nelms earned first-team honors. Lampe had 40 aces, 207 digs, and 864 assists to finish the year. Lampe surpassed the 3,000 career assist milestone as she finished with 3,007 assists. Kyra Nelms had 308 kills with a hitting percentage of .259, 32 blocks, and 104 digs on the season. Allison VanPelt earned second-team honors as she tallied 365 digs on the season. Atleigh Nelms, Anikka Nelms, and Payton Truksa earned honorable mention honors. Atleigh Nelms had 253 kills (.147) and 339 digs, Anikka Nelms had 190 kills (.173), and Truksa had 205 kills (.128) and 269 digs on the season. Southwest only loses Lampe to graduation, the rest of their roster returns.



Let's take a look at the West All-Conference teams first.

*Stats provided based on availability on MaxPreps*



Dundy County Stratton

Alyssa Schneider was named second-team and the Tigers will lose her to graduation.


Hitchcock County

The Falcons had five named to the All-Conference teams. On second-team, Katie Jarecke had 162 kills on the season (.087) and 267 digs, and Asia Homma had 165 kills (.045) and 317 digs on the season. Three were named to honorable mention as Byanka Tyan had 48 aces, 283 digs, and 314 assists, Kaiah Johnson tallied 123 kills (.068), 27 blocks, and 321 digs, and Riley Hagan had 131 kills (.120) and 221 digs. Hitchcock County will lose Jarecke and Tyan to graduation but Johnson will return for her senior season while Homma and Hagan will return for their junior seasons.



Maxwell

Jocelyn Cheek was named to the first-team as she posted 231 kills hitting at a percentage of .124, she had 76 blocks, and 155 digs. Jenna Miller was named to the second-team as she had 103 kills (.035), 63 aces, and 233 digs. Emory Christensen and Kylee Wyman were named honorable mention as Christensen had 205 digs and 455 assists and Wyman had 305 digs on the season. The Wildcats lose Cheek to graduation but return Miller for her senior season, Wyman for her junior season, and Christensen for her sophomore season.


Maywood-Hayes Center

Karissa Stengel was named to the second-team as she tallied 172 kills at a clip of .200 and had 245 digs. Blayklee Farr and Caylie Softley were named honorable mention. Farr had 123 kills (.174), 57 blocks, and 254 digs while Softley had 149 kills (.181) and 133 digs on the season. The Wolves return all the honorees as Stengel and Farr return for the junior seasons while Softley returns for her sophomore season.



Paxton

Audrey Holm and Jacelyn Jorgensen were named to the first-team as Holm had 323 kills (.249), 55 aces, 33 blocks, 237 digs, and 280 assists while Jorgensen had 190 kills (.209), 37 blocks, and 276 digs on the season. Abigale Nicholson was named honorable mention as she had 26 aces and 261 digs on the season. The Tigers will lose these three to graduation.


Wallace

Kendyl Flaming and Kaley Sauser were named first-team as Flaming pounded 373 kills at a clip of .263, tallied 53 aces, and picked up 297 digs. Sauser had 35 aces, 268 digs, and 674 assists on the season. Second-team honors went to Kuhlman and Aceves-Lopez. Kuhlman had 156 kills (.160) and 46 blocks. Aceves-Lopez had 386 digs on the season. Honorable mention honors went to Brooke Bryant and Reagan Pelster. Brant had 93 kills (.056), 42 blocks, and 105 digs while Pelster had 276 digs on the season. The Wildcats lose Flaming Kuhlman, Bryant, and Pelster to graduation but Sauser and Aceves-Lopez return for their junior seasons.


Wauneta-Palisade

Peyton Cox and GraCee Goings were named to the first-team and the Broncos will lose both to graduation.

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