November 30, 2023

Volleyball Awards 2023

Warrior Volleyball celebrated and reflected on their season with the players and their families. All-district awards were awarded to the varsity team as well as the CCS team awards for both junior varsity and varsity teams. 

District Awards

  • First Team All-District – Melody Janz
  • Second Team All-District – Raquel Hernandez-Rodriguez
  • Honorable Mention – Riley Stevens, Mariana Van Dyk, Emily Muse, Connie Quaglia

CCS Team Awards


  • MVP – Melody Janz
  • Offensive Player of the Year – Mariana Van Dyk
  • Defensive Player of the Year – Raquel Hernandez-Rodriguez
  • Timothy Award (most Christ-like player) – Lilah Johnson
  • Most Improved Player – Corinne Keim
  • Outstanding Leadership Award – Riley Stephens
  • Incomer of the Year Award – Connie Quaglia

Junior Varsity:

  • MVP – Connie Quaglia
  • Offensive Player of the Year – Katelyn Bienko
  • Defensive Player of the Year – Allison Exum
  • Timothy Award (most Christ-like player) – Ellie Wisenbaker
  • Outstanding Server Award – Bella Thomas
  • Most Improved Player – Heather Haesly

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