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Utica’s Emily Londot, left, and Highland’s Bridget Oder, center, and Raina Terry, right, were all named to the All-Ohio first-team for their respective divisions.

MOUNT VERNON — Highland’s Raina Terry and Bridget Oder, as well as Utica’s Emily Londot, were all named to their respective All-Ohio first-team’s, announced by the Ohio High School Volleyball Coach’s Association Sunday.

This is the second-straight year for Terry to be honored on the Division II All-Ohio first-team, making the cut last year as a sophomore. She notched 353 kills this year, bringing her career total to 1,097. The junior had a .490 kill efficiency, which put her in the top-five in the DII Central District. Terry also earned the player of the year nod in the Knox-Morrow Athletic conference and was named to the central district first-team.

Oder finished the 2018 season with 546 digs as the Scots’ libero, highlighted by 48 digs in a match against Bishop Hartley. She finished her high school career with 1,975 digs. The senior was also a standout at the service line, recording 58 aces and a 95.8 percent serving percentage this year. The first-team All-Ohio distinction was another postseaon accolade for Oder, who was also named to the KMAC and central district first-team. A year ago, Oder was honorable mention for the All-Ohio team.

Terry and Oder helped pilot the Scots to a 24-2 season, falling in the district title game to Jonathan Alder. Highland was the only DII team with two All-Ohio first-team members.

Like Terry, Londot was named to the All-Ohio first-team for the second time. Londot also was on the All-Ohio second-team as a freshman in Division III. This season, the junior packed her stat sheet with 401 kills, with a 50.1 percent kill efficiency, 43 aces, 75 solo blocks, 194 digs and 25 assists. She was also named first-team Licking County League and the central district player of the year for DIII.

Northmor’s Anna Donner earned a slot on the All-Ohio second-team for DIII. She notched 368 kills, 10 blocks, 217 assists, 267 digs and 40 aces on the year. Donner and the Golden Knights went 20-6 on the year, falling in the regional tournament.

Fredericktown junior Kelsey Boeshart was named an All-Ohio honorable mention. Boeshart finished the year with 305 kills, 64 aces, 49 solo blocks and 152 digs. The Freddies finished second in the KMAC with an 11-3 record in the conference, going 19-5 on the whole season, losing in the district championship game.

Rounding out the DII All-Ohio first-team was: Keanna Avery, Claymont; Peyton Bloomer, Oak Harbor; Grace Maziar, Bishop Fenwick; Chiamaka Nwokolo, Bishop Hartley; Erin Shoemaker, Granville and Skye Stokes, East Liverpool. Other members of the DIII All-Ohio first-team was: Taylor Alt, Ottawa-Glandorf; Lauren Gilliland, Coldwater; Hannah Horn, Tinora; Abbie Kallner, Wheelersburg; Olivia Lagando, Huron; Tyriana Settles, Fostoria and Hannah Warrington, Liberty-Benton.


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