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KVA Announces 2023 All-Tournament Teams
By Brandon Tadtman
Copyright: MSC Sports
10/30/2023

The Kansas Volleyball Association have released their 2023 State All-Tournament teams from this past weekend. 

The Holton Wildcats went 1-2 in pool play on Friday night and failed to make it to the Saturday slate. Holton lost in straight sets to McPherson and Circle but rallied to defeat Louisburg in what would be their final match of the season. 

5'9 senior Libero Cora Miller led the Wildcats throughout the season and earned a spot on the All-Tournament team in Class 4A. 

Bishop Miege defeated McPherson to earn the Class 4A State Championship. 

Valley Heights finished 1-2 in the pool play round on Friday at the Class 2A Tournament in Dodge City and failed to make it to Saturday. The Mustangs earned one spot on the All-Tournament team with 5'8 senior outside hitter Delana Murk. 

Hillsboro defeated Hoxie to earn the Class 2A State Championship. 

Centralia posted one of the best local finishes as they finished in third-place in Class 1A-I out in Dodge City. The Panthers went 2-1 in pool play to advance to Saturday but lost Little River in the semifinals. 

Centralia would go on to defeat TVL foe Clifton-Clyde in the consolation final to earn that third-place finish. The Panthers were led by 5'7 junior outsider hitter Oen Deters and 5'8 junior setter Tatum Kramer who were both named to the All-Tournament team. 

For Deters, it was her second straight season being named to the All-Tournament team. 

Clifton-Clyde finished in fourth-place and got two on the All-Tournament team as well with 5'6 sophomore middle hitter Cayln Baker and 5'9 senior outside hitter Shea Wurtz. 

It was Little River that defeated South Gray to earn the Class 1A-I State Championship. 

For the second straight season, Hanover lost to Lebo in the State Championship as the Wildcats finished in second-place. Hanover had three players named to the All-Tournament team with 5'7 junior outside hitter Anna Jueneman, 5'5 senior Libero Tessa Lohse, and 5'7 senior setter Kaydence Schotte. 


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