It was a three-way tie for second in the Trailways East Conference prep girls volleyball standings this fall, with Hustisford, Central Wisconsin Christian and Oshkosh Valley Christian all knotted up with 5-2 records.
After each finishing tied for second in the Scenic Bluffs standings, both Necedah and Royall ended the year with a representative on the all-conference first team.
Caelan Tourdot has been a major factor in the last two years for the Wisconsin Dells volleyball team, helping the Chiefs capture back-to-back South Central Conference titles.
In an up-and-down year for an inexperienced Mauston squad, several young players had breakout seasons for the Golden Eagles.
The votes are in, and East Central Conference coaches have spoken: Waupun’s Claire Bresser, Baron Buchholz and Brennan Sullivan were among the best in the league this fall.
For a second straight year, area teams were well represented on the All-Trailways West Conference volleyball team.
Iris Slotten was a bright spot for the Westfield volleyball team all season, and the junior was recently rewarded for it by earning first-team All-South Central Conference honors when the league recently released its season-ending awards.
At the Trailways West Conference coaches meeting held to decide all-conference honors following this year’s prep girls volleyball regular season, each coach who had a player voted on to the first team got to nominate one of those girls for Player of the Year.
Both of the Sauk Prairie volleyball team’s 2018 All-Badger North Conference selections will be returning next year.
A total of 16 athletes on Reedsburg’s football, volleyball, and boys soccer teams were recently named to the Badger North All-Conference list.
The Beaver Dam prep girls volleyball team didn’t make a lot of noise in the Badger North Conference race this season, but that didn’t keep the Golden Beavers from having their voice heard on the postseason awards list.
There wasn’t a lot to celebrate this season for the Columbus or Dodgeland/Hustisford prep boys soccer teams, with just two wins combined between them.
Eight seniors will depart the Baraboo High School girls volleyball program this offseason. A pair of them — Lia Kieck and Abby Haseley — will leave after putting together All-Badger North Conference campaigns in 2018.
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