Lake Stevens’ Maddie Iseminger (14) and Samaya Morin (3) defend against Tahoma’s Rachel Davis (6) during the 4A state volleyball championship match Nov. 23, at the Yakima Valley SunDome. (TJ Mullinax / For The Herald)

Lake Stevens’ Maddie Iseminger (14) and Samaya Morin (3) defend against Tahoma’s Rachel Davis (6) during the 4A state volleyball championship match Nov. 23, at the Yakima Valley SunDome. (TJ Mullinax / For The Herald)

The 2019 All-Wesco volleyball teams

The 2019 All-Wesco volleyball teams as selected by the conferences’ coaches:

WESCO 4A

First Team

Samaya Morin, jr., outside hitter, Lake Stevens

Marina Tukan, jr., outside hitter, Kamiak

Paige Wilson, sr., outside hitter, Jackson

Karli Tri, jr., middle blocker, Lake Stevens

Grace Pollett, sr., outside hitter, Mount Vernon

Erin Ingram, jr., outside hitter, Jackson

Michelle Fast, jr., setter, Lake Stevens

Kamryn Horton, jr., setter, Mount Vernon

Danica Pel, jr., libero, Kamiak

Kate Hansen, sr., libero, Glacier Peak

Second Team

Meg Perry, jr., right side, Glacier Peak

Sofia Soderblom, jr., outside hitter, Glacier Peak

Tatum Smith, jr., outside hitter, Lake Stevens

Avery Davidson, sr., outside hitter, Monroe

Sarah Day, sr., outside hitter, Monroe

Naisa Williams, jr., outside hitter, Mount Vernon

Ellina Powell, soph., setter, Jackson

Brooke Barnes, sr., setter, Monroe

Piper Smith, jr., libero, Lake Stevens

Lily Zavala, sr., libero, Mount Vernon

Coach of the Year

Mindy Staudinger, Jackson

WESCO 3A/2A

First Team

Arianna Bilby, sr., outside hitter, Arlington

Emily Mekelburg, soph., outside hitter, Arlington

MacKenzie Whyte, jr., outside hitter, Snohomish

Morgan Pease, jr., outside hitter, Oak Harbor

Madison Morgan, sr., opposite, Stanwood

Sierra Lange, sr., right side/outside hitter, Edmonds-Woodway

Leielle Salinger, sr., outside hitter, Oak Harbor

Annie Salinger, jr., setter, Oak Harbor

Taylor Pederson, soph., setter, Arlington

Surina Soumpholphakdy, jr., libero, Lynnwood

Lauren Riske, sr., libero, Snohomish

Second Team

Hannah Cymbaluk, sr., middle blocker, Archbishop Murphy

Olivia Watson, sr., opposite, Archbishop Murphy

Jayden Angell, sr., outside hitter, Lynnwood

Julia Nichols, sr., outside hitter, Shorecrest

Kiana Lino, jr., middle blocker, Shorecrest

Sarah Campfield, jr., middle blocker, Snohomish

Jasett Smith, soph., outside hitter, Snohomish

Maggie McGinness, jr., setter, Edmonds-Woodway

Ayana Sabbas, sr., setter, Marysville Pilchuck

Kaia Jones, jr., libero, Archbishop Murphy

Baylor Hezel, soph., libero, Stanwood

Coach of the Year

Whitney Williams, Arlington

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