Chiawana's Jaymee Steach picked as MCC volleyball MVP

October 27, 2012 

Chiawana senior setter Jaymee Steach, who helped the Riverhawks tie for first place this season with the Richland Bombers, was named the Mid-Columbia Conference’s volleyball MVP.

Steach was joined on the first team by two of her Chiawana teammates, senior middle hitter Madison Powers and junior hitter Shantelle Hill.

Richland’s Bob Raidl was chosen as the Coach of the Year. The Bombers (12-2) took the No. 1 seed after beating Chiawana twice during the regular season.


First team

Middle: Madison Powers, sr., Chiawana; Kimberly Brinkworth, jr., Southridge. Hitter: Alisha Bettinson, sr., Richland; Amanda Miller, jr., Kamiakin; Shantelle Hill, jr., Chiawana. Setter: Jaymee Steach, sr., Chiawana; Maddie Zinsli, sr., Kennewick; Kylie Fraga, jr., Southridge. Libero: Hunter Durham, sr., Kamiakin; Marisol Diaz, sr., Pasco.


Second team

Middle: Victoria Long, sr., Richland; Sierra Linke, sr., Pasco. Hitter: Emma Spurlock, jr., Southridge; Nikki Eldred, sr., Hanford; Elizabeth Quick, sr., Richland. Setter: Jessica Edminster, sr., Kamiakin.


Honorable mention

Middle: Torri Crawford, sr., Walla Walla; Maddison Heine, jr., Chiawana; Hailey Turner, so., Richland. Hitter: Delaney Hodgins, jr., Chiawana; Carlee Rhodes, sr., Kennewick; Lizzy Ridley, sr., Kennewick; Taylor Janicek, sr., Kamiakin. Libero: Alexandra Johnson, sr., Chiawana; Peyton Wahl, jr., Richland.

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