Frazier, Geibel players earn all-section honors
The Frazier and Geibel girls volleyball teams are each well-represented on the All-Section 5-A list for the 2012 season. Each team had five representatives earn all-section honors.
Earning first-team honors were senior libero McKenzie Barch and sophomore setter/outside hitters Cassidy Guiser and Jamie Muccioli of Frazier and senior outside hitter Emily Costantino and junior middle hitter Rachel Elias of Geibel.
Geibel libero Peyton McIntyre and outside hitter Toni Ardabell, both seniors, and sophomore setter Haley Solan garnered second-team honors. Two Frazier outside hitters, junior Alexandra Chuboy and freshman Alena Blaszczak, also earned second-team honors.
— Daily Courier
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