Vote for volleyball’s best

Who was the best volleyball player in the area this season? Make your voice heard and help The Herald decide who was the best volleyball players for the 2011 season.

Here are the nominees:

Emmy Allen, Jackson, outside hitter

Emmy was a leader on one of the best team’s in the state. The outside hitter led the Timberwolves to a fourth-place finish at the state tournament. She was a first-team All-Wesco selection.

Bryce Larson, Kamiak, outside hitter

Bryce, who will attend Western Washington next season, led the Knights to a second-place finish in the Wesco South and a berth in the state tournament. She was a first-team All-Wesco selection.

Joclyn Kirton, King’s, outside hitter

Joclyn was the MVP of the Cascade Conference and she led King’s to a third-place finish at the state tournament.

Lanesha Reagan, Snohomish, outside hitter

Lanesha Reagan helped the Panthers finish second in the Wesco North and was a first-team All-Wesco selection.

Lindsey Milner, Meadowdale, outside hitter

Lindsey, a first-team All-Wesco selection, led the Mavericks to a third-place finish, the highest in the program’s history, at the state tournament.

Hannah Linsenmayer, Archbishop Murphy, libero

Hannah averaged more than 30 digs per match in leading the Wildcats to a second-place finish in the Cascade Conference and a spot in the 2A state tournament.

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