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Home / Sports / FRIENDSWOOD DOMINATES DISTRICT 24-6A VOLLEYBALL HONORS

FRIENDSWOOD DOMINATES DISTRICT 24-6A VOLLEYBALL HONORS

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FRIENDSWOOD’S Sarah Paulk was named District 24-
6A coach of the year following a season where she led
the Mustangs to the district title and a trip to the Class
6A, Region III quarterfinals. Paulk’s honor was the icing
on the cake that also saw Friendswood senior middle
blocker McKenna Fridye selected as the 24-6A player of
the year, while senior outside hitter Faith Marabella win
co-offensive player of the year and senior libero Kylie
Lockhart receive defensive player of the year honors.
Marabella shared co-offensive player of the year with
Clear Falls senior outside hitter Briana Garcia.
The Mustangs were well-represented on the all-district
teams, as senior middle blocker Natalie Abowd, senior
setter Zeyanna Dhalla and junior middle blocker Elle Mc-
Gown were named to the 24-6A first team. Senior setter
Bri McGown and senior middle blocker Lauren Hubbard
were chosen to the second team, while senior defensive
specialist Madison Wesinger and senior outside hitter
Amanda Hunt were honorable mention selections.
Along with Garcia’s honor, Clear Falls’ presence was
strong in the all-district selections. Senior libero Naomi
Jean, junior setter Cassie Srb and freshman outside hitter
Mia Johnson were each named to the first team, while
junior setter Savanna Schaff, junior defensive specialist
Erin Kearney, senior middle blocker Jordan Dortch, senior
outside hitter Brianna Daphnis and junior outside
hitter Anita Parrott. Junior outside hitter Katy Giusti and
freshman middle blocker Rachel Brown were named
honorable mention.
Clear Springs freshman outside hitter Shyia Richardson
was named the newcomer of the year as the
Chargers were also represented by junior outside hitter
Kenadee Poye, senior libero Hannah Floyd and junior
setter Massiel Coronado on the first team. Sophomore
outside hitter Haley Moses received second team honors,
while senior middle blocker Kayla Rainey and junior
defensive specialist Hannah Crawford were honorable
mention selections.
For Clear Creek, senior setter Kelsey Childers was
named the setter of the year. The Wildcats also had first
team members in senior libero Sydney O’Dell and junior
middle blocker Riley Brantle, with senior outside hitters
Jenna Metzinger and Emma Wagenknecht making the
second team. Senior defensive specialist Ashlynn Phillips
and junior defensive specialist Miranda Phelps were
honorable mentions.
Dickinson’s Amaya Young (junior, outside hitter) was
named to the second team, while junior outside hitter
Sharanda Anderson and sophomore setter Destiny Tom
received honorable mention nods.
Clear Brook was represented on the first team by senior
defensive specialist Breana August, junior middle
hitter Kennedy Crutchfield and sophomore outside hitter
Kailin Newsome. Senior outside hitters Jordan Russell
and Sydney Saladrigas were named to the second team,
with sophomore Bella Lockwood and senior middle hitter
Gabby Wilcox receiving honorable mention.

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