Frazier, Geibel players earn all-section honors
By Staff Reports
Published: Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2013, 9:30 p.m.
The Frazier and Geibel girls volleyball teams were well-represented on this season's list of Section 5-A all-stars. The Commodores and the Gators had five players make the list.
Frazier's Cassidy Guiser, a junior setter/outside hitter; Jamie Muccioli, a junior setter/outside hitter; and Dyanna Shaporka, a sophomore middle hitter, all earned first-team honors, as did Geibel's Rachel Elias, a senior outside hitter, and Haley Solan, a junior, setter/middle hitter. Geibel's Riley Bocan, a sophomore outside hitter, picked up second-team recognition, as did Frazier's Alexandra Chuboy, a junior outside hitter, and Kelsey Holp, a sophomore libero. Geibel's Morgan Dewitt, a sophomore libero, and Ashley Thomas, a junior setter, received third-team honors.
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