• PREP VOLLEYBALL

    Phoenix's Flynn named co-player of year

  • Phoenix senior libero/setter Ashlyn Flynn took home Skyline Conference co-player of the year volleyball honors and also landed a spot on the Class 4A state second team.
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  • Phoenix senior libero/setter Ashlyn Flynn took home Skyline Conference co-player of the year volleyball honors and also landed a spot on the Class 4A state second team.
    Hidden Valley junior setter McKenzie Cushman shared the honor with Flynn and also made the first-team all-state squad.
    Hidden Valley seniors Megan Combe and Chloe Lindgren and North Valley sophomore Haleigh Wagman also received first-team league recognition.
    FIRST TEAM
    Ashlyn Flynn, Sr., Phoenix; McKenzie Cushman, Jr., Hidden Valley; Megan Combe, Sr., Hidden Valley; Haleigh Wagman, So., North Valley; Chloe Lindgren, Sr., Hidden Valley; Vivianna Rodriguez, Jr., Henley.
    Co-players of the year — Ashlyn Flynn, Sr., Phoenix and McKenzie Cushman, Jr., Hidden Valley.
    Coach of the year — Robert Jackson, Hidden Valley.
    SECOND TEAM
    Lacy Maynard, Sr., Hidden Valley; Adriana Mereida-Ford, Jr., Phoenix; Jordan Newman, Jr., Klamath Union; Jensen Haigh, Jr., Henley; Tyra Croom, Sr., Mazama; Sydney Amundsen, Jr., Phoenix; Kayla Herr, Sr., Henley; Randee Hand, Sr., Mazama.
    HONORABLE MENTION
    Kady Kantola, Sr., North Valley; MacKenzie Brown, So., Henley; Colleen Bailey, Sr., Hidden Valley; Hailey Wyncoop, Sr., Phoenix; Taylor Larson, Sr., Hidden Valley; Madi Trelease, Sr., Klamath Union; Katie Willy, Sr., Mazama; Adrianna Thomas, Fr., North Valley; Treagen Whisler, Jr., Henley; Karlie Richardson, So., Phoenix; Ashley Hyde, Jr., Hidden Valley.
    ALL-DEFENSIVE
    Katie Willy, Sr., Mazama; Kady Kantola, Sr., North Valley; Kayla Herr, Sr., Henley; Bailee Tally, Jr., Phoenix; Colleen Bailey, Sr., Hidden Valley; Taylor Larson, Sr., Hidden Valley.
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