Newspapers give volleyball honors |

Newspapers give volleyball honors


The results for the 2007 All-Western Colorado Press high school girls volleyball team are as follows:

Player of the Year - Jasmin Stoner, Durango

Coach of the Year - Brianna Montgomery, Moffat County


Out Hitter - Jasmin Stoner, Durango, Sr.

Out Hitter - Brianna Verbel, Montrose, Jr.

Mid Hitter/Blocker - Devon Abbott, Battle Mountain, Sr.

Mid Hitter/Blocker - Amy Dilldine, Moffat County, Sr.

Out Hitter - Jennifer Thul, Battle Mountain, Sr.

Setter - Katerina Garcia, Durango, Jr.

Defensive Specialist - Angie Charchalis, Moffat County, Sr.


Out Hitter - Jessica Wilson, Durango, Sr.

Out Hitter - Kelly Bowles, Vail Christian, Sr.

Mid Hitter/Blocker - Lauren Cooling, Montrose, Sr. .

Mid Hitter/Blocker - Alyssa Franchini, Montezuma-Cortez, Sr.

Out Hitter -Dayne Toney, Basalt, Sr.

Setter - Sydney Rowan, Montrose, Sr.

Defensive Specialist - Kelsie Plath, Battle Mountain, Jr.


Out Hitter - Chiloe Nelson, Coal Ridge, Jr.

Out Hitter - Carly Westerson, Fruita Monument, Sr.

Mid Hitter/Blocker - Maggie Kriz, Steamboat Springs, Jr.

Mid Hitter/Blocker - Kristin McGinty, Vail Christian, Sr.

Out Hitter -Annalisa Padget, Battle Mountain, Jr.

Setter - Molly Etters, Vail Mountain, Sr.

Defensive Specialist - Lizzie Stoll, Steamboat Springs, Sr.

Each year, coaches vote and decide which high school athletes have earned the right to be named to their respective all-conference teams. Newspapers throughout Northwest Colorado have decided to vote and announced a separate team of deserving athletes.

Moffat County seniors Amy Dilldine and Angie Charchalis were named to the first team of the All-Western Colorado Press high school girls volleyball team.

“It’s exciting,” MCHS head coach Brianna Montgomery said. “We had a great year.”

First-year Bulldog coach Montgomery also was named coach of the year.

She downplayed the recognition.

“It’s an honor,” she said. “But it’s the least of my concerns. Me getting an award isn’t what it’s about. I know the type of season we had.”

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