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Western Montana 2013 all-conference volleyball teams

The following is a full list of Montana all-conference volleyball teams within the Missoulian’s coverage area. The list will be updated as new information is provided.

All-state teams will also be posted as soon as the teams are available:


First Team All-Conference

OH – Emma Andrews, sr., Flathead; Tessa Krueger, Glacier, jr.

RS – Katie Wiley, jr., Glacier.

MH – Cassi Hashley, sr., Glacier; Timi Severson, sr., Flathead.

S – Hannah Liss, jr., Glacier.

DS – Nouf Al-Rashoodi, sr., Flathead; Lauren Cady, jr., Sentinel.

L – Elise Mathis, sr., Capital; Iris Matulevich, sr., Flathead.

Second Team All-Conference

OH – Savanah Swanson, sr., Helena.

MH – Regan Fruh, sr., Helena; Michaela Dowdy, sr., Capital; Krista Hunton, sr., Sentinel.

S –Rayna Pilgeram, jr., Capital; Jessica Simmons, jr., Flathead.

DS – Hannah Atlee, sr., Glacier; Alicia Norling, sr., Helena.

L – Kayla Russell, jr., Glacier.

Honorable Mention All-Conference

OH – Kenzi Johnston, jr., Capital; Lizzie Sherwood, so., Flathead.

RS – Alexis Danz, fr., Helena.

MH – Jenna Starke, jr., Helena; Rachel Martens, jr., Hellgate; Sarah Risenhoover, sr., Flathead.

S – Madison Richtmeyer, so., Helena; Paula Woerlein, jr., Hellgate.

L – Laura Jo Fiorita, sr., Helena.


First Team All-Conference

OH – Aubree Mason, sr., Skyview; Caitlin Lonergan, so., Bozeman.

RS – Andrea Bowers, sr., Senior; Bekah Ellis, sr., Skyview.

MH – Taylor Mims, jr., Senior; Hailey Copinga, jr., Skyview.

S – Jace Henderson, sr., Senior; Breeanna Mason, sr., Skyview.

DS – Deja Fusion, sr., Skyview.

L – Skyler Ortiz, sr., Great Falls; Catherine Sloan, sr., Senior.

Second Team All-Conference

OH – Jessie Buckley, sr., Butte; Tiffany Shearman, sr., Bozeman.

RS – Andee Morton, sr., Bozeman.

MH – Ainsley Perkins, sr., Great Falls; Aubrie Steiner, so., Senior; Madison Struder, sr., Bozeman.

S – Kasey Linksey, sr., Great Falls.

DS – Emily Orvis, jr., Senior; Sammy McGree, sr., Butte.

L – Maggie Green, jr., Bozeman; Tatum Meyer, jr., West.

Honorable Mention All-Conference

RS – Baylee Thatcher, sr., Butte.

MH – Mallory Arbizzani, sr., Skyview; Kennedy Hildebrand, so., West.

S – Christine Wing, sr., West; Kayla Verzuh, sr., Bozeman.

DS – Briley Rowe, so., Senior.

L – Kylie Otis, sr., CMR.


First Team All-Conference

Morgan Ray, jr., Frenchtown; Jaiden Toth, jr., Polson; Jadan Ross, sr., Frenchtown; Haley Belgarde, sr., Columbia Falls; Vanessa Stavish, sr., Frenchtown; Josie Anderson, sr., Frenchtown.

Second Team All-Conference

Hannah England, jr., Libby; Bekah Weaver, sr., Whitefish; Chloie Huerta, sr., Polson; Mahalah Wedel, jr., Libby; Marlow Schulz, sr., Whitefish; Winter Kemppainen, jr., Columbia Falls.

Honorable Mention All-Conference

Shalene Fishel, jr., Columbia Falls; Jessica Hoel, sr., Polson; Ciera Finberg, jr., Columbia Falls; Tiffany Hummer, sr., Columbia Falls; Haley Cyr, jr., Frenchtown; Devon Gallagher, jr., Libby. 


MVP – Joanna Avery, sr., Corvallis.

Coach of the Year – Kasey Arceniega, Corvallis.

First Team All-Conference

Joanna Avery, sr., Corvallis; Josee Pendleton, sr., Dillon; Alex Price, sr., Corvallis; Laura Berner, sr., Corvallis; Penny Gwynn, sr., Hamilton; Kyla Paulsen, sr., Stevensville.

Second Team All-Conference

Katie Patterson, sr., Corvallis; Taryn Judge, sr., Dillon; Taylor Flynn, sr., Anaconda; Kelsey Irwin, jr., Corvallis; MacKinzie Zimmerman, sr., Stevensville; Shannon Casale, so., Hamilton.

Honorable Mention All-Conference

Courtney Moodry, sr., Anaconda; Kaylea Jorgensen, sr., Anaconda; Katie Malachinski, sr., Stevensville; Cierra Lamey, jr., Dillon; Chantel Jessop, sr., Corvallis; Sadie Harrington, sr., Butte Central.


First Team All-Conference

OH – Sabrina Hopcroft, so., Florence; Megan Byrne, jr., Florence; Dani Walker, sr., Deer Lodge; Alaina Madsen, sr., Ronan.

MB – Sierra Tiede, so., Loyola.

S – Bailee Senecal, sr., Deer Lodge.

L – Kristyne Drozdz, jr., Florence.

Second Team All-Conference

OH – Kendra Starkel, jr., Ronan; Lacier Thomas, sr., Deer Lodge.

MB – Michele Christnacht, jr., Deer Lodge; Shannon Eppard, jr., Loyola; Linsday Johnson, jr., St. Ignatius.

S – Rylie Hawkins, so., Florence; Kaylie Durglo, sr., St. Ignatius.

L – Olivia Round, jr., Loyola.


First Team All-Conference

Shasta Wilson, sr., Thompson Falls; Erica Sorlie, sr., Thompson Falls; Logan Beckman, jr., Thompson Falls; Kellie Lundin, sr., Troy; Lana Berg, so., Bigfork; Felicia Earhart, sr., Plains.

Second Team All-Conference

Elliott Peterson, jr., Eureka; Evynn Anderson, jr., Eureka; Tessa Robertson, sr., Bigfork; Marissa Hiza, jr., Bigfork; Shey Hannum, so., Thompson Falls; Angie Padden, sr., Thompson Falls.

Honorable Mention All-Conference

Hannah Price, sr., Eureka; Katie Lundin, sr., Troy; Alanis Stallknecht, sr., Bigfork; Madi Fitchett, jr., Thompson Falls; Corle Morefield, sr., Plains; Hailey Phillips, jr., Plains.


First Team All-Conference

Anna Pence, sr., Philipsburg; Frankie Bignell, sr., Drummond; Paige Fickler, sr., Drummond; Ryan Vicek, sr., Alberton; Nikki Shattuck, sr., Philipsburg; Paige Holmes, so., Seeley-Swan; Kaileigh, Moser, sr., Valley Christian; Taylor Kelly, sr., Valley Christian;

Lauren Dolcater, jr., Darby; Shelby Holmes, sr., Seeley-Swan; Liz Graham, jr., Philipsburg; KeAnna Conley, sr., Seeley-Swan; Sydney Bergren, sr., Darby; Keely Ehmann, jr., Darby; Brielynna Lange, sr., Valley Christian; Abby Erickson, sr., Drummond; Sam Henderson, sr., Drummond.


First Team All-Conference

Gabby Moeller, jr., St. Regis; Aspen Runkel, sr., Charlo; Morgan Malatare, so., Arlee; Meara Schmiedbauer, sr., Hot Springs; Arianna Jones, sr., St. Regis; Alyssa Doty, sr., Charlo.

Second Team All-Conference

Alexis Shick, sr,. Arlee; Sienna Brown, sr., Charlo; Josey Carr, jr., Hot Springs; Michele Smith, sr., Superior; Laurel Schmiedbauer, sr., Hot Springs; Jordan Mueller, jr., Superior.

Honorable Mention All Conference

Violet Pablo, jr., Arlee; Alex Green, sr., Hot Springs; Asiah Jensen, so., Noxon; Madison Foust, jr., Charlo; Michaela Krahn, sr., Charlo; Patience Jones, jr., St. Regis; Madison Hill, fr., St. Regis.

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