Mauritson named to 4A all-state team
The sophomore makes second teamThe Oregonian has named its Class 4A all-state volleyball team, and there's a Madras White Buffalo on the list.
Sophomore outside hitter Shelby Mauritson, the Tri-Valley Conference co-player of the year, was named to the second team by a vote of 4A coaches from around the state.
Mauritson ended the season as the team's leader in kills with 366, second in assists with 212, and fourth in digs with 275.
She served at an 89 percent clip this year with 42 aces, good for fourth on the team.
She was also named to the second-team all-tournament team at the Class 4A state final site at Lane Community College in Eugene.
Crook County won its seventh-straight state championship and led overall selections with three. Senior Makalya Lindburg, a recent University of Portland signee, was named the state player of the year while junior Hannah Troutman was named the first-team as well.
Senior Annie Fraser was the Cowgirls' third pick to the team, named to the second team with Mauritson.
The Oregonian Class 4A
All-state volleyball team
PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Makayla Lindburg, sr., Crook County
COACH OF THE YEAR: Rosie Honl, Crook County
Makayla Lindburg, sr., Crook County
Shannon Fouts, sr., Sisters
Kaylin Vandomelen, sr., Banks
Denise Comfort, sr., La Grande
Hannah Troutman, jr., Crook County
Rachel Lowe, sr., Estacada
Kassi Sanders, sr., Cascade
Danielle Moyer, sr., Astoria
Lona Dengler, sr., Siuslaw
Shelby Mauritson, so., Madras
Ashlyn Flynn, jr., Phoenix
Jenna Loheed, sr., Elmira
Kenzie Schmoll, sr., North Valley
Megan Minke, sr., Sisters
Annie Fraser, sr., Crook County
Elysha Lang, sr., Cottage Grove
Katrina Johnson, so., Ridgeview