Three Arlington Eagles were recently recognized by the Nebraska Capitol Conference (NCC) for the volleyball efforts this past season.
Chase Andersen earned first team all-conference, according to the coaches' voting. The senior notched a team-best 333 kills this fall, while also leading her team in digs with 264. The outside hitter is her school's single-match digs record holder with 35.
Second-team AHS performer Kailynn Gubbels had her season shortened by injury, but not before she accumulated 238 kills and 180 digs. The outside hitter set the school record for kills in a match with 29 during her senior campaign.
Finally, Eagles setter Janessa Wakefield claimed honorable mention from the NCC. The senior finished the fall with 658 assists, pushing her career total into second in school history.
While three Arlington volleyball players were recognized by their conference, no Fort Calhoun Pioneers garnered recognition from the voting coaches. Three Syracuse players made the first team alongside one from Douglas County West, one from Raymond Central and one from Yutan.
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