A-G Volleyball earn Capitol Conference Honors | Ashland Gazette

Suzi Nelson

Alex Eller

Ashland – With the 2021 volleyball season coming to an end, the Capitol Conference announced its selection for the All-Conference team. No Ashland-Greenwood volleyball player made the first team, but several received secondary awards.

Brynn Glock, a senior and an outside hitter on the team, was the only Bluejays to back off on the second team. In the past season, she was both game and voice leader for a young AG squad.

She had a team high with 233 kills and 36 aces. In addition, she registered 28 blocks, 285 excavations and 54 assists.

It can definitely be said that she did a little of everything on the pitch for the Bluejays last season.

Raeghan Craven and Presley Harms took home honorable mentions. Both contributed in different ways on the pitch.

Harms landed in second place on the team with 196 kills and 2.3 kills per set. It also had 37 blocks, 11 aces, and 63 digs.

As a freshman, Craven thrived from the setter position where she had 542 assists. Her 229 digs were the second on the team, while she also recorded 25 aces and 36 kills.

Congratulations to these three girls on this honor. Your hard work and dedication on and off the pitch didn’t go unnoticed.

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