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Audrey Buck and Paige Brink named 1st workforce All-State for champion Morgantown

CHARLESTON — Greenbrier East senior libero Dia Sauvage and her workforce didn’t qualify for the state volleyball event this fall.

Nonetheless, the Spartan earned her third nod on the Class AAA all-state first workforce and was honored as captain by the West Virginia Sports activities Writers Affiliation.

Sauvage, who was named third workforce All-American by the American Volleyball Coaches Affiliation, completed with 123 aces and served at 94.6%. Together with registering 104 assists, the Spartan made 711 digs at 97.5% and in addition had 1,047 serve-receptions which she dealt with at 94.8%.

“The superior factor about Dia is that she by no means nervous or worries about particular person awards,” admitted father and Greenbrier East head coach Matt Sauvage. “She will get so excited for her teammates, whether or not it’s her workforce successful or her teammates conducting objectives or her teammates getting awards. She needs the most effective for the entire workforce, however in that course of she succeeded individually past expectations.

“She’s going to by no means take credit score for her accomplishments, however she put within the effort and time for a few years to get to the place she is. As a participant on the court docket she will be able to go, use her fingers and serve nicely, however the three issues that set her utterly aside are her means to learn the sport, her means to make these round her higher and Dia may be very humble.”
The one repeat honoree on the primary workforce was Woodrow Wilson junior Abby Dillon, who had 1,340 assists. The Flying Eagle added 55 aces, 480 digs and served at 99.3%.

State champion Morgantown was the one program with a pair of gamers on the highest unit due to junior Audrey Buck and sophomore Paige Brink. Coming into the state event, Buck had 69 aces, 204 kills, 218 digs and 494 assists, whereas Brink had 30 aces, 116 digs and 262 downed spikes.

Bridgeport’s Myleigh Scent helped the Indians to the massive present. The junior earned her spot on the primary workforce due to 508 kills the place she hit .274. Scent additionally had 71 aces (93.7% server), 45 blocks, 384 digs and 523 serve-receptions at a 92.9% success charge.

Hedgesville sophomore Gracie Brown additionally was named to the primary workforce after serving to the Eagles qualify to Charleston. Brown hit .241 and had 480 kills, 52 aces, 34 blocks, 368 digs and 570 serve-receptions at 90%.

State runner-up Musselman was represented by junior masher Ada McCoy, who had 708 kills and hit .267. She additionally had 16 aces, 37 blocks and 246 digs.

Additionally touchdown spots on the primary workforce have been Parkersburg South senior Maia Johnson, Parkersburg senior Olivia Perkins and George Washington junior Ava Katz.

Johnson helped the Patriots attain the state event for the primary time in additional than a decade. Previous to shedding within the state quarterfinals to the Mohigans, Johnson had amassed 573 kills with a .418 hitting effectivity. She additionally produced 59 blocks, 63 aces and 380 digs.

Perkins, who was named the Mountain State Athletic Convention’s Participant of the 12 months, served at 88%, had 52 aces, 328 digs and 490 serve-receptions at almost 91%.

Katz, additionally a libero, served at 91.5% and had each 124 aces and 124 assists. The Patriot additionally had 506 digs and 758 serve-receptions at nearly 98%.

Musselman senior Ava Dunnigan was named captain of the second workforce.

The remainder of the second workforce featured Bridgeport senior Ella Sorine, Woodrow Wilson junior Salia Harris, Hurricane junior Layla Swint, Huntington junior Mallori Dunn-Martin, Cabell Midland sophomore Jillian Yost, Ripley senior Emily King, Parkersburg senior Caelyn Sensible, Morgantown senior Grace DeVall and George Washington junior Reva Sangrampurkar.

Wood plaques within the form of West Virginia that embrace the highschool title, participant’s title, licensed WVSWA brand, and yr of the honoree, can be found to all-state first workforce, second workforce, and honorable mentions and might be bought from the Bear Wooden Firm by means of or

By JAY W. BENNETT/Parkersburg Information and Sentinel


Dia Sauvage, Greenbrier East, SR (Captain)
Abby Dillon, Woodrow Wilson, JR
Myleigh Scent, Bridgeport, JR
Ada McCoy, Musselman, JR
Gracie Brown, Hedgesville, SO
Maia Johnson, Parkersburg South, SR
Audrey Buck, Morgantown, JR
Olivia Perkins, Parkersburg, SR
Ava Katz, George Washington, JR
Paige Brink, Morgantown, SO

Ava Dunnigan, Musselman, SR (Captain)
Ella Sorine, Bridgeport, SR
Salia Harris, Woodrow Wilson, JR
Layla Swint, Hurricane, JR
Mallori Dunn-Martin, Huntington, JR
Jillian Yost, Cabell Midland, SO
Emily King, Ripley, SR
Caelyn Sensible, Parkersburg, SR
Grace DeVall, Morgantown, SR
Reva Sangrampurkar, George Washington, JR

Kaitlyn Anderson, Morgantown; Tylie Barton, George Washington; Alexa Smith, Hedgesville; Alanna Penn, Woodrow Wilson; Reagan Parsons, Parkersburg South; Alexis Stack, Greenbrier East; Maddie Stull, Princeton; Olivia Bell, Huntington; Kaylie Derrow, John Marshall; Addison Kitzmiller, College; Jillian Huffman, Wheeling Park; Keleigh Chrisman, Musselman; Kaylee Enfield, Bridgeport; Addyson Brill, Hampshire; Parker Sutherland, Hedgesville; Cyniah Winston, Jefferson

Emily Gallaher, Woodrow Wilson; Kiki Brumfield, Spring Valley; Gracie Gumm, Greenbrier East; Hailey Maxwell, South Charleston; Josie Ramsey-Smith, Ripley; Katelyn Cremeans, Cabell Midland; Reese Parsons, Hurricane; Lilly Adkins, Spring Valley; Caroline Deniker, Bridgeport; Mollie Pack, Greenbrier East; Kendal Watcher, Musselman; Kennasyn Kveton, Lincoln County; Jadan Bishop, Capital; Brooke Snyder, Preston; Natalie Voithofer, College; Jordan Bostic, Riverside