Syd Bullard, Logansport
Bullard, a 5-9 junior, floored 388 kills for a Berries squad that went 19-14 this season. She ranked sixth in Class 4A in kills according to VarVee.com.
She also finished third on the team in digs (197) and added 25 aces.
“She had a good offensive season of course with 388 kills,” Logan coach Jon Vernon said. “I thought she had a good season offensively.”
Lindsey Cheney, Logansport
Cheney, a 5-5 senior, was the Berries’ starting libero and led them with 378 digs on the season, which ranked her 14th in Class 4A on VarVee.com.
“She had a 41 dig game against Maconaquah,” Vernon said. “For a good stretch of time there she was pretty well unstoppable in the back row and got to everything.”
Katie Easter, Logansport
The 5-5 junior started the season at defensive specialist before moving to setter about midway through. She finished first on the team in aces (56) and second in digs (207) and assists (530).
“I really thought at the end of the season she was a leader after having to change roles and switch positions,” Vernon said. “She was probably our best leader at the end of the season.
“She was voted as our MVP by the other players on the team.”
Haley Hoover, Caston
The 5-8 senior had 146 kills, 71 aces and 347 digs for the 8-23 Comets this season.
“She was a great leader throughout the season,” Caston coach Taylor McFarland said. “She has awesome potential to play outside of high school. All the way around she was our go-to player — serving, passing, hitting, stepping in on a second ball and setting it up. She’s an all-around good player and good girl, the type of person you want on your team.”
Riley Morris, Pioneer
The 5-6 senior helped set up the success for the Panthers. She led the team in assists (513) and added 123 digs and 39 aces.