The 2019 All-North Sound Conference volleyball teams

The 2019 All-North Sound Conference volleyball teams as selected by the league’s coaches.

Most Valuable Player

Alli Hansen, sr., outside hitter, King’s

Coach of the Year

Cory Whitmore, Coupeville

First Team

Ava Mason, sr., setter, King’s

Maya Toomey-Smith, sr., outside hitter, Coupeville

Emily Evanson, jr., libero, King’s

Noelle Alberda, jr., middle blocker, King’s

Annika Ruud, jr., middle blocker, King’s

Kayla Nelson, jr., libero, Cedar Park Christian

Abigail Miller, jr., outside hitter, Sultan

Second Team

Emma Hodson, jr., outside hitter/middle blocker, South Whidbey

Kayla Knauer, sr., libero, South Whidbey

Genevieve Wilkinson, soph., libero, Sultan

Scout Smith, sr., setter, Coupeville

Hannah Davidson, sr., middle blocker, Coupeville

Jenny Rodenbaugh, sr., middle blocker, Granite Falls

Marci Drews, sr., outside hitter, Cedar Park Christian

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