NHS players honored for volleyball excellence

MARILYN STRANGE photo Left to right back row: Katherine Herrold, Sylvia Herrold, Kelli Revis, Annie Herrold. Front row: Jamie Bighill, Katie Klinger and Ms. Denny

SOUTH BEND - Three Naselle Comets and their coach earned top honors in the Pacific B League all-league selections. In addition, three other Comets earned honorable mention status on the team picked by votes of the league coaches.

Earning first-team all-league honors were Naselle's Annie Herrold and Kelli Revis, both seniors, as well as Sylvia Herrold, a Naselle freshman, the only freshman picked on the team. Earning honorable mention honors were Naselle players Katie Klinger, a senior, Katherine Herrold, a junior and Jamie Bighill, a sophomore.

The Comets head coach Debbie Denny was selected as the Pacific B League Volleyball Coach of the Year by her fellow coaches.

The rest of the first-team all-league players were: MVP Ravenel Bisbee, South Bend senior; Sarah Sides, Raymond senior; Tori Lynn, South Bend junior; Traci Goodin, Willapa Valley junior; Chance Runge, Raymond junior; Lacey Morris, South Bend senior; and Ashlea Pollard, Willapa Valley senior.

The volleyball Sportsmanship Award went to the Wishkah Valley Loggerettes.

The other honorable mention winners included: Lake Quinault: Kate Sansom, Jolene Bennett, Claudette Kelly; North Beach: Amanda Erickson, Kassie Braden; Northwest Christian: Britney Edie; Raymond: Kiana Vail, Sunny Sayahod, Linda Saengchanheuang; South Bend: Crystal Smith; Taholah: Dora Brings Yellow; Willapa Valley: Kendra Drake, McKell Wonhoff, and Wishkah: Morgan Coady.

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