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Tri-City Times names its All-Area volleyball squad



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November 26, 2008
TRI-CITY AREA — From the opening match to the last, this year's edition of The Tri-City Times All-Area volleyball squad let it be known they could compete with some of the best competition around.

Here is a look at who made the lineup and the numbers they produced along the way.

Taylor Dziewit, Almont.

Dziewit, a 5-7 senior middle hitter, contributed 488 kills, 204 digs and 30 solo blocks to Almont's cause this fall.

Those numbers were generated over 55 matches.

Dziewit concluded season number four on Almont's varsity as an All-Blue Water Area Conference first team selection.

In addition to that, Dziewit shared the Blue Water Area Conference MVP honor with Yale's Cydney Biessel.

Sarah DeCeuninck, Dryden.

DeCeuninck provided Dryden with 304 digs, 205 service points, 198 kills and 37 solo blocks during the 2008 campaign.

It took her 31 matches to produce those numbers.

DeCeuninck, a 5-10 senior middle hitter, wrapped up her third season on Dryden's varsity as an All-North Central Thumb League South Division first team choice.

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Kelsey Bosch, of Imlay City, sets up a teammate during action at the Almont Invitational this past fall. Bosch is a repeat selection on The Tri-City Times All-Area volleyball squad. photo by Kevin Kissane.

Kelsey Bosch, Imlay City.

Bosch, a 5-4 junior setter, wound up with 987 assists as Imlay City's offensive catalyst this fall.

Those numbers were generated over 52 matches.

Bosch also collected 248 digs, 197 service points, 32 kills and one block.

She ended season number three on Imlay City's varsity as an All-Blue Water Conference honorable mention pick.

Hillary Mason, Dryden.

Mason supplied Dryden with 440 assists, 286 service points and 168 digs during the 2008 campaign.

It took her 31 matches to produce those numbers.

Mason, a 5-6 senior setter, finished her second season on Dryden's varsity as an All-North Central Thumb League South Division second team selection.

Lynsey Marchwinski, Dryden.

Marchwinski, a 5-5 senior libero, registered 606 digs and 236 service points this fall.

Those numbers were generated over 31 matches.

Marchwinski finished season number three on Dryden's varsity as an All-North Central Thumb League South Division first team choice.

Brooke Medaugh, Imlay City.

Medaugh provided Imlay City with 572 digs, 143 service points, 95 kills and nine solo blocks during the 2008 campaign.

It took her 52 matches to produce those numbers.

Medaugh, a 5-6 senior libero, concluded her second season on Imlay City's varsity as an All-Blue Water Area Conference first team pick.

Courtney Braun, Almont.

Braun, a 5-4 senior libero, furnished 403 digs this fall.

Those number were generated over 55 matches.

Braun ended season number two on Almont's varsity as an All-Blue Water Area Conference first team selection.

Charlotte Clark, Capac.

Clark, a 5-7 senior outside hitter, contributed approximately 200 kills for Capac during the 2008 campaign.

She completed her third season on Capac's varsity as an All-Blue Water Area first team choice.

Second team - Courtney Buckner, Dryden; Millie Velez, Imlay City; Kristen Brinker, Almont; Melissa Wilber, Almont; Taylor Sinda, Capac; Angie Kopas, Dryden; Selina Paupert, Dryden; Brittany Lewis, Dryden; and Abby Aguinaga, Capac.

Honorable mention - Alyssa Dawson, Imlay City; Ashley Dockham, Imlay City; Sabrina Connell, Capac; Spencer Seaman, Imlay City; Cortney Lowney, Dryden; Megan Beischer, Capac; and Nicole Gilbert, Capac.

Coach of the Year - For directing his team to a 9-4 North Central Thumb League standing, Dryden Coach Greg Grabill earns Tri-City Times All-Area Coach of the Year

accolades.

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