All-Baltimore City Volleyball

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PLAYER OF THE YEAR Kelsey Lisle; Seton Keough No player did more for her team than the Gators' powerful 5-foot-11 outside hitter. The repeat City Player of the Year, Lisle handled as many balls as possible this season as the Gators went 15-8. She had 659 kills and 385 digs. Lisle averaged 7.85 kills per game with a hitting percentage of .569 - a statistic akin to a batting average in baseball. She also aced the opposition on 36 percent of her jump serves, finishing with 167 aces.

COACH OF THE YEAR Monique Butler; Western In her fourth season, Butler took a team that struggled early and turned it into a city champion. A former Doves player, Butler gave credit to her players, saying they started believing in themselves as the season wore on, but she made a few moves that sparked a four-game title-match victory over Poly to avenge an early-season loss. A key change made Janelle Carrington the second outside hitter, a move that gave the Doves (15-2) more power and balance on the strong side.

First Team Name; School; Class; Pos.

Louise Brooks Bryn Mawr Senior Hitter

Elisha Clayton Poly Junior Hitter

Erin Cox Poly Junior Hitter

Meredith Larsen Bryn Mawr Senior Hitter

Kelsey Lisle Seton Keough Senior Hitter

Theo Matthai Bryn Mawr Soph. Hitter

Brooke Wilson Western Senior Hitter

Shatera Kimbrough Western Senior Setter

Second Team Name; School; Class; Pos.

Jasmine Barksdale Roland Park Junior Hitter

Jessica Bielski Mercy Senior Hitter

Gillian Budd Bryn Mawr Senior Hitter

Marjorie Detres Digital Harbor Senior Hitter

Jasmine Keene Poly Senior Hitter

Lauren Keller IND Senior Hitter

Andrea Robinson Poly Senior Hitter

Abby Kallina Bryn Mawr Senior Setter

Note // Teams selected by Katherine Dunn after consultation with The Sun staff and area coaches.

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