ROLFS NAMED COACH-OF-THE-YEAR
The All-League for volleyball was recently announced for the Wheat State League and it is dominated by Little River while both Elyria Christian and Canton/Galva also earned a first-team nod.
On top of having six Little River players named either first team or honorable mention, Lady Redskin head coach Kim Rolfs was named Wheat State League Coach-of-the-Year!
Three Lady Redskins were named first team all-league led by Alaina Eck, Aubrey Olander and Ashley Stephenson. All three girls are juniors.
Also earning first-team honors from the area was senior Elyria Christian standout Ryland Hawkinson and fabulous freshman Trinity Espinoza of Canton/Galva.
Gaining honorable mention honors from Little River was junior Kate Ellwood, sophomore Chenzi DeBaere, and freshman Havana Olander as well as Canton/Galva senior, Lili Espinoza.
Of the twelve players named first-team all-league, only three were seniors, four were juniors, four were sophomores and one was freshman. There were two seniors, two juniors, one sophomore, and one freshman on the honorable mention team.
WHEAT STATE ALL-LEAGUE FOR VOLLEYBALL
COACH OF THE YEAR:
Kim Rolfs, Little River
Little River > Alaina Eck, Jr.
Little River > Aubrey Olander, Jr.
Little River > Ashley Stephenson, Jr.
Elyria Christian > Ryland Hawkinson, Sr.
Canton/Galva > Trinity Espinoza, Fr.
Goessel > Ashley Rosfeld, Sr.
Goessel > Brooklyn Wuest, So.
Goessel > Jacie Griffin, Jr.
Herington > Leslyn Kremeier, So.
Herington > Harley LaRosa, So.
Rural Vista > Kacie Acres, Sr.
Centre > Olivia Carlson, So.
Little River > Havana Olander, Fr.
Little River > Chenzi DeBaere, So.
Little River > Kate Ellwood, Jr.
Canton/Galva > Lili Espinoza, Sr.
Rural Vista > Abby Worrell, Sr.
Solomon > Elise Bauer, Jr.
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