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All-Area Volleyball

December 09, 2006

First Team



Kate Zimmer Jr. MH North Hagerstown Player of the Year

The Hubs' imposing 6-foot-3 middle hitter was the driving force in North's run to a 14-3 record and the Md. Class 2A West final. Going by per-game averages, she was second in the Tri-State in kills (4.42) and blocks (2.17) and fourth in digs (4.01). She was also a threat at the service line with 66 total aces.

Steph Addleman Jr. MH Chambersburg

A Mid-Penn Commonwealth first-team selection, Addleman helped the Trojans finish 14-5 with her 2.73 kills and 1.45 blocks per game.

Alyse Custer Sr. OH Musselman

The No. 1 hitting threat on an Applemen squad loaded with threats, Custer averaged 3.13 kills per game, served 48 aces and was selected to the W.Va. Sports Writers Association Class AAA all-state first team.

Lindsay Hadley Jr. OH Hedgesville

Another W.Va. writers AAA all-state first team selection, Hadley was the Eagles' most dominant player, averaging 3.71 kills and 2.93 digs while serving 63 aces.

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Amy Heisey Sr. OH James Buchanan

Heisey took home Mid-Penn Capital MVP honors after averaging 3.63 kills for the Rockets, who finished 13-5 this season.

Gillian Hollen Jr. MH Waynesboro

The Maidens' struggles had nothing to do with Hollen, who finished third in the Tri-State in kills (3.91) and first in blocks (2.53).

Jerica Hewett Sr. MH Boonsboro

The Shepherd University-bound senior known more for her basketball exploits (she was the 2005-06 Herald-Mail Player of the Year) blossomed on the volleyball court this fall, averaging 3.43 kills, 1.13 blocks and 1.93 digs.

Rachel Hull Sr. OH Martinsburg

The third and final Eastern Panhandle player to make the W.Va. writers AAA all-state first team, Hull led the Tri-State with 4.68 kills per game, was second in digs with 4.19 per game and added 56 aces.

Emily Kisner Sr. OH Hedgesville

The other half of the Eagles' potent front line, Kisner averaged 3.02 kills and 2.96 digs and served up 53 aces.

Jess Leedy Sr. OH Chambersburg

Leedy was selected to the Mid-Penn Commonwealth first team after averaging 2.67 kills and 3.57 digs for the Trojans.

Virginia Rogus Sr. S Hedgesville

Most recently the MVP of the Tri-State Spikefest all-star event, Rogus led all Tri-State setters with 9.65 assists per game. She also averaged 1.72 digs and served 66 aces.

Chelsea Wheaton Jr. S Musselman

Her deft setting touch (8.67 assists per game) made the Applemen the most dominant attacking team in the Tri-State this season, and her jump serve cranked out an area-best 113 aces. She earned a W.Va. writers AAA second-team selection.

Corry Eagler Greencastle Coach of the Year

In her first year as the coach of the Blue Devils, Eagler took a team without a superstar and guided it to a 19-2 record, the Mid-Penn Capital championship and the PIAA District 3-AA quarterfinals.

The All-Area teams are selected by The Herald-Mail sports staff

Second Team



Jessica Bennett Sr. OH Williamsport

Tara Garver Jr. OH/S Boonsboro

Hailee Growden Jr. OH Williamsport

Megan Holmes Sr. OH Musselman

Brittany Hyatt Jr. S South Hagerstown

Amanda Jenkins So. OH Clear Spring

Rebecca Morgan Jr. OH Grace Academy

Jenny Nalley Sr. OH Smithsburg

Brooke Powell Sr. OH North Hagerstown

Kristin Serafini Sr. S Grace Academy

Chelsea Weaver Sr. OH South Hagerstown

Stephanie Wood Jr. MH Musselman

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