|Wolff named player of the year (11-06-13)|
|Written by Sentinel Sports Staff|
|Wednesday, 06 November 2013 11:19|
Wolff is one of seven Wood County players to be named to the first-team.
Elmwood led the way with three first-team selections - Madison Arnold, Jasmine Marsh, and Marissa Swavel.
Also on the first-team are: Eastwood's Jaci Juergens; Otsego's Abby Hesselschwardt; Rossford's Julie Hotz; and Woodmore's Madeline Phillips.
Wolff, Arnold, and Juergens are repeat first-team selections. Swavel, Hotz and Phillips were on the second-team in 2012, and Marsh was an honorable-mention pick.
League champion Otsego has three players on the second-team - Lindsey Donald, Morgan Smoyer, and Mackenzy Varner.
Rounding out the second- team are: Eastwood's Mackenzie Albright and Cassidy Rolf; Elmwood's Amanda Jones; Rossford's Maggie Leahy; and Genoa's Megan Giles.
Donald and Jones were on the first-team last fall, Leahy is a repeat second-team pick, and Rolf was an honorable-mention selection in 2012.
On the honorable-mention list are: Eastwood's Bri Hoodlebrink and Emily Hayward; Lake's Courtney Maunz; Otsego's Kylie Asmus; Rossford's Margo Jackson, Alex Birdsell and Karly Durco; and Genoa's Haley Pickard.
Jackson is a repeat honorable-mention selection.
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