West team rolls to straight-set win in MCC Wild West all-star game
The west team rolled to a straight-set win Sunday at McCook Community College’s Wild West All-Star Volleyball Classic. The west team won by the scores of 25-12, 25-20-, 25-19.
Peyton Neff of North Platte was the west team’s most valuable player. She had four kills, 25 assists, two solo blocks, one assist block, three aces and eight digs.
Jaycee Slade Widener, an MCC commit from Maywood-Hayes Center, had nine kills three solo blocks and five digs.
Jenna Curtis of Ogallala had eight kills, one solo lock, five digs and one ace serve.
Haylee Sandman of Wauneta-Palisade High School had seven kills two solo blocks, one assist block, six digs and two aces.
Milan Coggins of Ogallala was credited with five kills, eight digs, one ace, one assist block and one solo.
Hershey High School Coach Samantha Kennedy coached the west team that also included: Brooklyn Douglas, North Platte; Payton Yearous, Wauneta-Palisade; Carly Sexson, Hershey, and Hope Brosius, Chase County.
Acelyn Klein of Medicine Valley High School was named the east team most valuable player. She had six kills. five digs and one ace.
Aleya Danae Huftle of Bertrand had four kills and four digs. Kennedy Brell of Elwood had four kills and one ace sere. Alivia Knoerzer of Elwood had 13 assists, three digs, two aces and one kill.
Lori Knoerzer of Elwood, coached the east team and was assisted by Diana Klein, Medicine Valley assistant coach. Other players on the ast included: Tiara Matson, Narissa Fawver and Charity Malleck, McCook; Macie Steinbrink, Bertrand; and Allison Rae Rippe of Southwest.