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Westfall’s Marissa Mullins, Adena’s Camryn Carroll named SVC’s POY, Defensive POY, all-league teams released

SOSA Staff Report

WILLIAMSPORT — For the second year in a row, the Scioto Valley Conference’s Player of the Year award will reside at Westfall.

Adena’s Camryn Carroll has been named the SVC’s Defensive Player of the Year for the second consecutive season.
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Following in teammate Kristin Phillips’ footsteps, Westfall junior Marissa Mullins was named the SVC’s POY on Wednesday — on the heels of a season where she’s posted 247 kills, 20 aces, 49 blocks and 209 digs.

Those numbers have aided the Mustangs to a 14-4 record and a second place finish inside the conference.

Meanwhile, defensively, Adena’s Camryn Carroll has won her second consecutive SVC Defensive Player of the Year honor. Carroll, a junior, has amassed 324 digs while averaging 17.1 per match. She also owns 427 serve receptions alongside just 34 reception errors.

Carroll’s defensive efforts helped the Warriors win their first SVC title since 2016, an outright crown at 13-1.

The conference’s Coach of the Year title was awarded to Adena’s Laura Smith, the heralded head coach’s 19th such honor.

Joining Mullins and Carroll on the conference’s first-team all-league list was Adena’s Jenna Martin, Westfall’s Kristin Phillips, Huntington’s Megan Steele, Zane Trace’s Alli Bennett and Southeastern’s Hannah Lougheed.

Martin leads Adena with 196 kills, Phillips has posted a team-high 277 kills, Steele has led the Huntsmen to a 14-7 mark while logging 282 kills and 338 digs, Bennett owns 211 kills, 338 digs and 332 assists, and Lougheed leads the Panthers with 281 kills, 42 aces, 25 blocks and 272 digs.

The rest of the all-league selections are as follows: Unioto’s Kacey Pierce, Zane Trace’s Laynee Hill and Lexi Scott, Adena’s Ellie Harper, Paint Valley’s Olivia Smith, Huntington’s duo of Katie Hirsch and Allison Basye, Westfall’s Claire Latham and Southeastern’s Lexie Lockwood.

The league’s honorable mention selections are as follows: Adena’s Ari DaRif and Makenna Lovely, Huntington’s Carly Dyer and Harmony Henneberger, Paint Valley’s Averi McFadden and Kaitlin Potts, Piketon’s Jazz Lamerson and Julia Rockwell, Southeastern’s Olivia Higley and Audrey Scott, Unioto’s Ava Eldridge and Carissa Wheeler, Westfall’s Kayla Fleischmann and Hailey Young, and Zane Trace’s Hannah Hale and Lexi Betts.

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