Hartford repeats as NWOC Volleyball Player of the Year
For the second straight year, Wilsonville outside hitter Lindsey Hartford was voted the Northwest Oregon Conference Volleyball Player of the Year.
Hartford, who finished her senior season with 250 kills, 89 digs, 37 aces and 19 blocks, shared the honor with Scappoose senior Darci DeTroy.
Wilsonville setter Kennedy Juranek and outside hitter Clarissa Klein joined Hartford on the all-league First Team, as the Wildcats were the only NWOC program to have multiple players on the top team.
Juranek, a senior, recorded 744 assists, 149 digs, 64 aces and 55 kills. Klein finished her junior year with 278 kills, 154 digs, 66 aces and 34 blocks.
Senior libero Gracie Thompson and sophomore outside hitter Ashli Edmiston were both selected to the Second Team.
Thompson had 212 digs and 59 aces. Edmiston had 228 kills, 157 digs, 54 aces and 18 blocks.
Senior Tenley Lubisich was an honorable mention after recording 79 kills, 41 blocks and 11 aces.
Nathan Blankenship shared Coach of the Year honors with Parkrose's Nabila Gaines after the Wildcats dominated the NWOC. Wilsonville did not lose a set in 14 league matches.
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