Belle volleyball quartet earns All-GVC accolades

By Will Johnson, Sports Editor
Posted 11/17/21

Seeing their season end one match short of the district championship, Gabby Scott’s first year as head coach of the Belle Lady Tiger volleyball program ended with four of her players earning …

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Belle volleyball quartet earns All-GVC accolades

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Seeing their season end one match short of the district championship, Gabby Scott’s first year as head coach of the Belle Lady Tiger volleyball program ended with four of her players earning postseason honors.

In recent voting among Gasconade Valley Conference (GVC) schools, Belle (16-9-1) had four players earn All-Conference honors.

Among the six first-team selections was Lady Tiger Junior Hali Naber.

Joining Naber on the All-GVC Volleyball First Team were Naomi Perkins (Steelville), Kenna Noltkamper (Cuba), Tobi Pennock (Steelville), Daylan Pryor (Steelville) and Katelee Payne (Viburnum).

In addition to her All-GVC First-Team nod, Naber was also selected to the Class 2, District 8 All-District First Team in voting amongst coaches from Steelville, Dixon, Conway, Belle and Bourbon.

Topping the All-GVC Second Team was Belle senior Lauren Prigge.

All-GVC Volleyball Second-Team selections along with Prigge included Jaylin Grindel (Cuba), Elizabeth Fieser (Cuba), Lauren Davis (Steelville), Cam Pagell (Bourbon) and Courtney Diaz (Steelville).

Rounding out Belle’s All-GVC volleyball quartet were a pair of Honorable Mention selections in seniors Maddie Rohrer and Emily Helmig.

Also earning All-GVC Honorable Mention Volleyball honors were Faith Wigger (Viburnum), Emma Kreitner (Steelville), Tori Lane (Bourbon) and Lacie Volkmann (Bourbon).

Losing only one set during GVC play, Steelville’s Lady Cardinals won the conference title finishing with an overall record of 16-8-4.

Their season ended in the championship match of the Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) Class 2, District 8 Tournament with a loss in three sets to Conway’s Lady Bears.

Ending their season just above the .500 mark at 13-12-1, Cuba’s Lady Wildcats saw their season end at the hands of eventual Class 3 state champion Blair Oaks in the semifinals of the MSHSAA Class 3, District 8 Tournament.

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