SOLOMON, Kan.—The Goessel Lady Bluebirds not only dominated the Wheat State League on the court in 2012, but they also controlled much of the post-season individual awards as well.
The 2012 Wheat State All League volleyball team was announced recently and once again the Lady Bluebirds dominated.
The Lady Bluebirds also earned five of the eight positions on the 2012 Wheat State All League volleyball team’s first squad as seniors Tia Goerten, Alex Hiebert, Page Hiebert, Jessica Harvey and Johanna Hoffman were named to the First Team. Also on the First Team was Centre senior Anna Weber, Peabody Burns senior Paige Lewis and Little River junior Skylar Johnston.
Centre finished second in the league standings with a 7-1 Wheat State record and 20-13 record overall, had one on the First Team, one on the Second Team (Cacey Simons, junior) and had three listed on the honorable mention (Brenna Shields, sophomore, Genesis Rudolph, senior, Ellie Miller, senior).
Peabody Burns finished third in the team standings with a 6-2 Wheat State record and was 17-16 overall had one on the First Team, two on the Second Team (Rayna Barnes, senior, Katy Benson, freshman) and one on the honorable mention (Brandee Burnett, senior).
Little River finished fourth as a team in the Wheat State with a 5-3 league record and 10-20 overall had one on the First Team and one on the Second Team in Chloe Baldwin, senior.
Elyria Christian High School was the lone Wheat State team to qualify for the state tournament, the Lady Eagles finished the season with a 4-4 Wheat State record and were 16-21 overall and Elyria had two members on the Second Team (Abby Fields, senior and Cori Mines, senior) and one Lady Eagle earned honorable mention in Laura Keil, senior.
The Lady Lions of Hope finished 3-5 in Wheat State action and 9-20 overall and had one player earn her way on to the Honorable Mention list in Abi Dillon, senior.
Solomon finished 2-6 in Wheat State action and was 7-24 overall, but did not have any player listed among any of the three teams.
Wakefield High School finished 1-7 in Wheat State action and was 3-20 overall but, like Solomon, did not have any player ranked on any of the three post-season teams.
White City went 0-8 in Wheat State action and was 5-23 overall and had one player, sophomore Alexis Campuzano, listed on the Second Team.