Keizer, Oregon –
Emily Lettenmaier, Maddox Snider, Emily Blagg and Alexis Eldridge were all recognized at the conference.
McNally’s outside hitter, Emily Retenmeier, has been named to the First Team All League (KEIZERTIMES / Matt Rawlings).
The McNally Volleyball Team won all league honors in performance with four players during this season’s Mountain Volleyball Conference match.
Senior outside hitter Emily Retenmeier was the only Celtics player and was named to the first team. Lettenmaier led the Celtics with 243 kills and 45 ace during the season.
“Emily was very aggressive and effective on the net,” said McNally head coach Crystal Demero. “She is aggressively smart and makes calculated decisions about how to harness the strength of the hit. We deliver the ball to her and create a one-on-one hit and block situation. Designed multiple plays. “
Senior outside hitter Maddox Snyder was named to the second team’s All League with 213 kills. Snyder was also the key to the Celtics defense this season and was second on the team with 243 digs.
“Madox has become a staple of the program for the past three years as a middle blocker who played all six rotations in grades 2 and 3, and as seniors, we can finally move her out. Now she can be a more aggressive weapon. Maddox is a high-impact player. If she isn’t leading the team, she demands and runs the ball under pressure. “Demero said.
Junior middle blocker Emily Bragg finished the season with 187 kills and 27 ace and received a prestigious nod.
“Emily is a very talented player who can hit any set on the net. When she is in the front row on our setter, she really runs two-thirds of the net and benefits every inch of the net. She’s most effective when running the net because she can take a closer look at the court and hear the sets that create an advantage, “said Demero.
Senior libero Alexis Eldridge also won the prestigious selection of mentions, led McNary’s defense and made 244 excavations this year.
“Lexi is a third year variety DS / libero, constantly pushing the pace of the game and running the back row defensively. She effectively reads the opponent’s batter and defensively adapts to their tendencies. “Demero said.
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