E-T Staff Report
Six Stephenville volleyball players earned either special honors or first or second-team recognition on the 8-4A all-district team released over the weekend.
Kaylee Davis, a senior middle blocker, was named the league's outstanding blocker, while senior outside hitter Brooklyn Moody earned co-outstanding hitter honors.
Three Honeybees - senior libero Kensie Colegrove, sophomore outside hitter Kristin Kaiser and sophomore setter Sheridan Stokes - made first-team all-district, while sophomore middle blocker Natalie Tiner is a second-team honoree.
Three seniors - Mayra Castillo, Becca Emmons and Gaby Chavarria - picked up honorable-mention recognition.
An impressive 11 Honeybees earned academic all-district honors with cumulative averages of 90 or above. Seniors Leah Levisay, Davis, Emmons, Moody, Chavarria and Colegrove and sophomores Dani Huckabee, Kaiser, Tiner and Stokes joined manager Ysamar Aguilar in earning the honor.
Stephenville finished second in the league behind Waco Midway, and went on to eliminate Burleson in its playoff opener before falling to No. 8 Aledo in the area round.
Midway, which advanced to the regional semifinals, led the all-district selections with three special honors, three first-team picks and two second-teamers.
Midway middle blocker Breanne Snyder was named MVP, Jazzmin Babers shared outstanding hitter honors with Moody and junior Krissy Averitt was named newcomer of the year.