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Norberg, Kaufer capture top volleyball honors

Becky Regan / Tahoe Daily TribuneDrew Norberg flies above the net to slam a kill in Game 2 of South Tahoe's win against Spring Creek in regional quarterfinals Oct. 1. Norberg was selected to first team All-State and All-League for her sesaon performance.

Mt. Rose All-League Division I-A Volleyball

MVP: Mackenzie Redner (Truckee)

First team

Middle Blocker: Drew Norberg (South Tahoe), Krystal Parker (Sparks)

Opposite Hitter: Chelsea Hohn (Truckee)

Outside Hitter: Morgan Kaufer (South Tahoe), Mel Jones (Truckee), Kestlie Stefanelli (Truckee)

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Setter: Gabby Moretti (Truckee)

Utility Player: Marjorie Cabales (Sparks)

Coach of the Year: Erika Murphy (Truckee)

Nevada All-State Division I-A Volleyball

Player of the year: Jaeda Allen (Chaparral)

Co- Coaches of the year: Amy Fisher (Faith Lutheran), Erika Murphy (Truckee)

First team

Outside Hitter: Taylor Richards (Faith Lutheran), Mackenzie Redner (Truckee)

Middle: Drew Norberg (South Tahoe), Taylor Hammer (Faith Lutheran)

Setter: Gianni Perryman (Faith Lutheran)

Opposite Hitter: Gabby Moretti (Truckee)

Libero: Kestlie Stefanelli (Truckee)

Utility: Sam Leonard (Faith Lutheran)

Second team

Outside Hitter: Madi Foley (Dayton), Morgan Kaufer (South Tahoe)

Middle: Brooke Mattice (Fernley), Whitney Barlow (Boulder City)

Setter: Avalon Frantz (Boulder City)

Opposite Hitter: Lindsey Flangas (Faith Lutheran))

Libero: Kestlie Stefanelli (Truckee)

Utility: Kendall Miller (Boulder City)

Honorable mention

Courtney Hansen (Faith Lutheran)

Mackenzie Bush (Moapa)

Mallory Bird (Boulder City)

Mel Jones (Truckee)

Chelsea Mohun (Truckee)

Shelbie Gray (Moapa)

Jenna Mecham (Cheyenne)

Jordan King (Fernley)

Summer Owens (Moapa)

Marjorie Cables (Sparks)

Kendall Parker (Fernley)

Krista Langhans (Spring Creek)

Paige Thiede (Lowry)

Kelsie Gailey (Elko)

Cassaundra Sarman (Spring Creek)

Ere Higbee (Lowry)

Selu ‘Ita (Spring Creek)

Jasalynn Harris (Elko)

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