Dunn, Hoodlebrink named All-District volleyball players of the year PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Thursday, 19 November 2009 10:11
Ashley Dunn from Bowling Green and Whitney Hoodlebrink from Eastwood have been named player of the year in their respective divisions in voting by the District 7 volleyball coaches.
Dunn, a senior, was the pick in Division I and Hoodlebrink, a junior, was the selection in Division II.
Eastwood's Jeff Beck is the Division II coach of the year.
A total of eight players from county high schools earned first-team all-district honors.
In Division I, in addition to Dunn, Perrysburg's Bailey BredenbeckCorp, a senior, is a first-team selection.
In Division II, in addition to Hoodlebrink, Eastwood's Courtney Rolf, a sophomore, is a first-team pick.
Otsego's Autumn Berry and Baley Bernthisel; Lakota's Amy Gosche; and Northwood's Shelby Gasiorowski are Division III first-team selections. Gosche is a junior and the other three players are seniors.
Second team selections are:
¥ Division I - Bowling Green's Jordan Dunn;
¥ Division II - Eastwood's Katie Primeau, Christine Foster and Vicky Bruning;
¥ Division III - Elmwood's Leeann Irwin; and Lake's Kaysie Brittenham;
Honorable mention picks are:
¥ Division I - Bowling Green's Jordan Garza, Chelsea Watson and Paige DeVriendt; and Perrysburg's Erin Mesker and Emily Treece;
¥ Division II -  Eastwood's Katie Dewyre;
¥ Division III - Elmwood's Amanda Peters and Sam Pollard; Lakota's Jessica Hoffman; and Rossford's Annie Riehm and Abbie Riehm.
Bowling Green's Deb Mathias is the Division I coach for the district all-star game.
Otsego's Cheryl Jones is the Division III all-star coach.
 

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