Papillion-La Vista South, a three-time Class A champion in four years, and Papio, this year’s state semifinalist, make up the entire All-Sarpy County first team.
Outside of the Titans and Monarchs, several players from the other teams in the county proved valuable players for their teams. Here are the first and second All-Sarpy County teams as selected by the Times.
OH – Stella Adeyemi, Papillion-La Vista South
Titans senior, committed to Hawaii, amassed 351 kills as Papio South won its second straight Class A title and third in four years. Adeyemi was 10th in Class A in batting average (.305).
OH – Lauren Medeck, Papillion-La Vista South
The South Dakota Commit became the second of the state champion titans to start outside hitters and finished third in Class A with 461 kills. Medeck also achieved 482 digs, fifth in Class A and 13th in hit rate (.284).
OH – Morgan Glaser, Papillion-La Vista
Junior Monarch finished ninth in Class A with 383 kills and also contributed 29 total blocks as Papio made the state semifinals.
MH – Mia Tvrdy, Papillion-La Vista
Oregon Commit placed seventh in Class A with 403 kills and amassed a total of 84 blocks for the Monarchs, who placed second.
MH – Lillian Vitera, Papillion-La Vista
Papio junior finished third in Class A with 80 total blocks and added 134 kills, one of which was the match winner in the Monarchs’ quarterfinal win over Lincoln East.
S – Reagan Hickey, Papillion-La Vista
The Monarchs juniors finished sixth in Nebraska with 1,049 assists, providing hitters Glaser and Tvrdy.
L/DS – Kenzie Dyrstad, Papillion-La Vista South
Rutger’s involvement totaled 497 digs and was a senior leader for the state champions Titans.
OH – Elle Heckenlively, Gretna
The three-sport teammate led the Dragons with 346 kills and 56 aces. Heckenlively was also in the top three in Blocks, Digs and Serve receptions.
OH – Abree Plugger, Platteview
Sophomore led the Trojans with 272 kills and 53 aces as Platteview made the District C1-3 finals. Plüger also had a total of 19 blocks and 201 excavations.
OH—Kayla Eggiman, Bellevue West
Junior Thunderbird ranked 14th in Class A with 53 serve aces and led her team with 331 kills and 511 serve receptions. Eggiman also finished second in Bellevue West with 261 picks.
MH – Kate Rosland, Platteview
Rosland, a junior, was seventh in class C1 for hitting average (.301), recorded 194 kills, and led the Trojans with 38 total blocks (11 solo).
MH – Morgan Bode, Papillion-La Vista South
Titans Junior emerged in big moments as Papio South won their third title in four years. Bode had 160 kills and 46 total blocks
S – Rylee Craig, Bellevue East
Chieftains senior was fourth in Class A with 69 service aces and surpassed 1,000 career assists with a 609-assist season.
L/DS – Faith Frame, Gretna
Junior Commitment to Cincinnati finished fourth in Class A with 491 digs. Frame also had a team-high 438 service receptions (with no recorded errors) and added 44 assists and 30 service aces.
Bellevue East: Lilly Gulley, Erica Nickisch, Mack Reimier, and Mya Weber. Bellevue West: Madison Emery. Foundation Christian: Addy Boltz, Jada Matson, Ella Hood. Gretna: Hayden Hart, Cassie Stones, and Nyah Potthoff. Omaha Big: Mary Connealy. Papillion-La Vista: Karlyn Francis, Anna Sis. Papillion-La Vista South: Ava Greene, Charlee Solomon. Plate view: Lexi Hans, Brooklyn Stehlik, and Ainsley Vanosdall.