• PREP VOLLEYBALL

    Flynn, Phoenix collect all-league honors

  • Phoenix junior setter Ashlynn Flynn was named the Skyline Conference's co-volleyball player of the year along with North Valley senior Kenzie Schmoll.

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  • Phoenix junior setter Ashlynn Flynn was named the Skyline Conference's co-volleyball player of the year along with North Valley senior Kenzie Schmoll.
    Head coach Shonda Bursk received coach of the year honors and junior middle blocker Baylee Toney earned first-team recognition for the league champion Pirates, who finished 9-1 in conference play and 18-7 overall.
    Hidden Valley's Cameron Allen and Lacy Maynard also made the first team.
    Flynn, along with teammate Bailee Tally, were both selected to the Skyline all-defensive team.
    Skyline Conference Volleyball All Stars
    CO-PLAYER OF YEAR — Ashlynn Flynn, Phoenix; Kenzie Schmoll, North Valley.
    COACH OF THE YEAR — Shonda Bursk, Phoenix.
    FIRST TEAM — Baylee Toney, Phoenix, Jr.; Cameron Allen, Hidden Valley, Sr.; Lacy Maynard, Hidden Valley, Jr.; Racyne Parker, Henley, Sr.; Ashlynn Flynn, Phoenix, Jr.; Kenzie Schmoll, North Valley, Sr.
    SECOND TEAM — Madi Trelease, Klamath Union; Randee Hand, Mazama, Jr.; Karley Hook, North Valley, Jr.; Jensen Haigh, Henley, So.; McKenzie Cushman, Hidden Valley, So.; Haleigh Wagman, Phoenix, Fr.
    HONORABLE MENTION — Adriana Mereida-Ford, Phoenix, So.; Delanie Talley, Phoenix, Sr.; Hailey Wyncoop, Phoenix, Jr.; Karlie Richardson, Phoenix, Fr.; Alli Willhite, Henley; Amanda Mulleneix; Mady Mirande, Klamath Union; Lacey LaCosse, North Valley; Kayla Herr, Henley; Amber Orchard, Hidden Valley.
    ALL DEFENSIVE — Bailee Tally, Phoenix, So.; Ashlynn Flynn, Phoenix, Jr.; Kenzie Schmoll, North Valley, Sr.; Alli Willhite, Henley; Alex Folgheraiter; Chloe Lindgren, Hidden Valley; Brittany Mclane.
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