The South Central Conference has announced their All-Conference teams, and local
athletes are all over the lists.
The first team involves three members of the state qualifying Rockets of Eddyville-
Blakesburg-Fremont. Senior attackers Karlie Taylor and Taylor Leffler were honored,
along with junior libero Haegen Boyer. Centerville had two members on the team:
Senior attacker Alyssa Barger and senior libero Amory Glosser. Finally, the last two
spots were given to two Mustangs from Davis County, as senior attacker Mallory Wells
and junior libero Hallie Owens were named to the team.
Taylor, Leffler, Barger, and Wells were all unanimous selections.
The second team had one player from each of the seven conference schools. EBF’s
McKinley Moore, Centerville’s Libby Sebolt, Davis County’s Connor Wilfawn, Chariton’s
Aubrey Richards, Knoxville’s Haley DeMoss, Albia’s Molly Spurgin, and Clarke’s Maddy
Heath make up the seven member team.
The honorable-mention squad features three players from each team in the conference:
Hannah Romanco Albia
Mary Shepard Albia
Jade Van Polen Albia
Peyton Kauffman Centerville
Alex Kelly Centerville
Mikala White Centerville
Carley Arnold Chariton
Alexis Curran Chariton
Sarah Fuhs Chariton
Baylie Balcaen Clarke
Alex Boyce Clarke
Lexy Carson Clarke
Kaitlin Francis Davis County
Jordyn Thompson Davis County
Bailea Yanke Davis County
Torie Alexander E-B-F
Emma Bunnell E-B-F
Taryn Swartz E-B-F
Jenna Kauzlarich Knoxville
Emily Wallace Knoxville
Chelsea Wares Knoxville
EBF won the conference with a perfect 6-0 record. Centerville was second at 5-1,
followed by Davis County at 4-2. Chariton was in 4th at 3-3, Knoxville finished 5th at 2-4,
Albia finished 6th at 1-5, and Clarke rounded out the conference at 0-6 in SCC play.