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Times names '07 All-Area volleyball lineup



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November 21, 2007
TRI-CITY AREA — From the opening match of the season until the time the final point hit the floor, this year's edition of The Tri-City Times All-Area volleyball lineup served notice that they had the skills to compete with some of the best competition around.

Here is a look at who made the squad and the numbers each amassed along the way:

Alizabeth Caldwell, Imlay City.

Caldwell provided Imlay City with 412 digs, 405 kills, 186 service points, 36 solo blocks and 14 assisted blocks during the 2007 campaign.

It took her 46 matches to amass those numbers.

Caldwell, a 5-9 senior outside hitter, concluded her third season on Imlay City's varsity as an All-Blue Water Area Conference first team selection.

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Sara Tomeo, of Capac, returns an opposing spike as teammate Abby Aguinaga backs up the play during a BWAC match this past fall.

Sara Tomeo, Capac.

Tomeo, a 5-7 senior outside hitter, contributed 376 digs, 309 kills, 28 solo blocks and 15 assisted blocks to Capac's cause this fall.

Those numbers were generated over 46 matches.

Tomeo wrapped up season number three on Capac's squad as an All-Blue Water Area Conference first team choice.

In addition to that honor, Tomeo received her team's Best Defensive Player award at the Capac Fall Sports Awards Banquet.

Natalia Santi, Capac.

Santi supplied Capac with 359 kills, 248 digs, 14 solo blocks and eight assisted blocks during the 2007 campaign.

It took her 41 games to register those numbers.

Santi, a 5-7 senior outside hitter, finished her third season on Capac's varsity as an All-Blue Water Area Conference honorable mention pick.

In addition to that honor, Santi received her team's Best Offensive Player Award at the Capac Fall Sports Awards Banquet.

Brittany Friedenstab, Capac.

Friedenstab, a senior setter, gave Capac 738 assists, 177 kills, 166 digs, 17 solo blocks and 14 assisted blocks this fall.

Those numbers were generated over 46 matches.

Friedenstab capped season season number three on Capac's varsity as an All-Blue Water Area Conference first team pick.

In addition to that, Friedenstab was the recipient of her team's Coaches Award at the Capac Fall Sports Awards Banquet.

Sarah DeCeuninck, Dryden.

DeCeuninck made her presence felt for Dryden, registering 229 kills to go along with 137 service points, 119 digs, 61 solo blocks and one assist during the 2007 campaign.

It took her 35 matches to accumulate those numbers.

DeCeuninck, a 5-10 junior middle hitter, completed her second season on Dryden's varsity as an All-North Central Thumb League second team choice.

Taylor Dziewit, Almont.

Dziewit, a 5-7 junior outside hitter, provided Almont with 297 kills, 249 digs, eight solo blocks and 76 assisted blocks this fall.

Those numbers were notched over 41 matches.

Dziewit wrapped up season number three on Almont's varsity as an All-Blue Water Area Conference first team pick.

Samantha Gilbreth, Imlay City.

Gilbreth contributed 434 kills, 223 service points, 112 digs, 84 solo blocks and 44 assisted blocks to Imlay City's cause during the 2007 campaign.

It took her 48 matches to generate those numbers.

Gilbreth, a 6-2 junior middle hitter, capped her second season on Imlay City's varsity as an All-Blue Water Area Conference honorable mention selection.

April Warner, Dryden.

Warner, a 5-7 senior outside hitter, gave Dryden 379 digs, 192 service points, 61 kills, eight solo blocks and five assisted blocks this fall.

Those numbers were amassed over 33 matches.

Warner ended season number two on Dryden's varsity as an All-North Central Thumb League second team choice.

Kelsey Bosch, Imlay City.

Bosch provided 947 assists to go along with 226 service points and 210 digs during the 2007 campaign.

It took her 48 matches to notch those numbers.

Bosch, a 5-4 sophomore setter, wrapped up her second season on Imlay City's varsity as an All-Blue Water Area Conference honorable mention pick.

Lynsey Marchwinski, Dryden.

Marchwinski, a 5-5 junior libero, contributed 580 digs, 105 service points and 15 kills to Dryden's cause this fall.

Those numbers required 35 matches to amass.

Marchwinski capped season number two on Dryden's varsity as an All-North Central Thumb League second team selection.

Second team - Lindsey Van Dyk, Imlay City; Amanda Homer, Imlay City; Courtney Reid, Almont; Brynn Bertram, Imlay City; Taylor Sinda, Capac; Becky Miller, Dryden; Lyndsay Klebba, Almont; Emalee Maus, Almont; and Charlotte Clark, Capac.

Honorable mention - Abby Aguinaga, Capac; and Jolie Wycinski, Almont.

Coach of the Year - Steve Lloyd, who directed Imlay City to a 30-11-7 overall mark, a 9-5 Blue Water Area Conference showing, plus titles at the Almont and Goodrich Tournaments earns Tri-City Times All-Area Coach of the Year honors.

He edges out Capac Coach David Hines, who guided his team to a 10-5 Blue Water Area Conference standing (good enough for second place) and a 24-15-7 overall mark for that distinction.

Sports Editor, Kevin Kissane has been covering sports for the Tri-City Times for over 20 years and is one of the most recognizable personalities in the area. Kevin when not covering anything from little league baseball to football, or softball to basketball, can be found on the links playing his favorite sport, golf.
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