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Kelley Vershbow and Margie Maresca

Player of the Year / Coach of the Year

PLAYER OF THE YEAR
OH Morgan Petkovich
Loudoun County » Sr.
The Virginia Region II player of the year racked up 310 kills, 242 digs and 70 blocks to lead the unbeaten Raiders to the Virginia AA championship. She also had 57 aces. Will play for Villanova.

COACH OF THE YEAR
Carole Ferrante
Reservoir
Ferrante guided the Gators to a 20-0 record and the Maryland 3A championship, the sixth-year school’s first state title in any sport. Reservoir won 54 of 59 games and captured its second straight county and region titles.


First Team

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MH Kelley Vershbow S Helen Theisen MH Margie Maresca L Kirsten Higareda S Megan Shifflett
Maret » Sr. Osbourn Park » Sr. Huntingtown » Sr. Forest Park » Sr. Langley » Sr.
Averaged six kills per game and boasted a serving percentage of 90 percent in leading the Frogs to the ISL title. The league’s player of the year guided Maret to a 69-11 record in four seasons. Racked up 789 assists while setting the VHSL record for career assists. She added 224 digs, 72 aces and 40 kills to help guide the Yellow Jackets to the Virginia AAA quarterfinals. Anchored the Maryland 3A runner-up Hurricanes with 136 kills, 80 blocks and 30 digs. Maresca was a first-team all-SMAC performer in leading Huntingtown to a 17-2 record. The first-team all-Northwest Region selection had 292 digs to anchor the Bruins’ defense. Higareda also compiled a 2.27 passing efficiency rating. Will play for Virginia Tech. Shifflett, the two-time Northern Region player of the year, tallied 781 assists, 268 digs and 172 kills while leading the Saxons to the Virginia AAA title match, the team’s best finish. Will play for Penn State.


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OH Jamie Huffman OH Becky West OH Maddie Lee
Reservoir » Sr. Good Counsel » Jr. River Hill » Sr.
Huffman racked up 302 kills, 168 digs and 61 aces while leading the unbeaten Gators to the Maryland 3A title. Huffman also compiled a 95 percent passing rating. Will play for Gettysburg (Pa.) College. Led the Falcons to the WCAC and City Championship crowns while racking up 545 kills, 152 digs and 103 assists. A first-team all-WCAC choice, West had more than 30 kills in a match five times. The offensive force compiled 413 kills — a school single-season record. Lee also added 179 digs, 49 assists and 17 blocks to lead the Hawks to the Maryland 2A semifinals. Will play for Maryland.


Second Team

OH Gena Hlavinka Wootton, Sr.
OH Marguerite Hanna Loudoun County, Sr.
OH Kourtney Salvarola Broadneck, Soph.
MH Lisa Scott Langley, Sr.
MH Alex Coleman Magruder, Sr.
S Brighid Casey Good Counsel, Jr.
S Arielle Goldberg Damascus, Sr.
L Alex Kuper Reservoir, Sr.

Honorable Mention

Hitters: Kerry Anderson, Broadneck, Sr.; Kelly Brugger, Centreville, Sr.; Kelli Carneal, Chancellor, Jr.; Liana Farb, Centennial, Sr.; Carly Fleming, Osbourn Park, Sr.; Kellie Goss, Forest Park, Soph.; Rachael Goss, Forest Park, Soph.; Courtney Hott, Courtland, Sr.; Caroline Jacobs, Broadneck, Jr.; Natasha Jenson, Wilde Lake, Sr.; Nicole Lanham, Reservoir, Sr.; Brittany Lilley, Severna Park, Sr.; Rachel Malinauskas, Wootton, Sr.; Kelsey Maloney, Westfield, Sr.; Emily Mohrman, Colonial Forge, Sr.; Julie Poston, Reservoir, Soph.; Bianca Richardson, Colonial Forge, Sr.; Lauren Sears, Broad Run, Sr.; Logan Sebastian, Langley, Jr.; Sammy Spees, Westfield, Jr.; Seth Sullivan, Chancellor, Soph.; Jacky Velazquez, Northwestern, Sr.; Brooke Wilson, Eleanor Roosevelt, Sr.; Carly Wood, Northern, Jr.
Setters: Ozaz Abdalla, Bell, Sr.; Jennifer Chen, Wootton, Soph.; Lauren Jeschelnik, Huntingtown, Sr.; Michelle Luchinger, Wilson, Sr.; Shelby Mass, Northern, Jr.; Mary McCarthy, Notre Dame Academy, Jr.; Becky Paynter, River Hill, Jr.; Maria Ralston, Paul VI Catholic, Sr.; Megan Reilly, Eleanor Roosevelt, Sr.; Sarah Sewell, Seton School, Sr.; Lily Vera, Stone Bridge, Jr.
Liberos: Vicki Chung, Chantilly, Sr.; Rebecca Dancy, Loudoun County, Sr.; Bridgette Jordan, Broadneck, Sr.; Marissa Marzilli, Huntingtown, Sr.; Stefani Schaper, Magruder, Sr.

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