The Oklahoman's 2013 All-City volleyball roster

Find out who made The Oklahoman's 2013 All-City volleyball roster, including first team, second team and honorable mention.
by Scott Wright Published: November 28, 2013

First team

Hannah Rose Frohling, So., Edmond North

Sarah Jekel, Jr., Mount St. Mary

Bailey Otto, Sr., Edmond Santa Fe

Bradi Ryan, Sr., Heritage Hall

Amy Serowski, Sr., Southmoore

Jordan Spence, Jr., Edmond Santa Fe

Player of the Year: Jordan Spence, Edmond Santa Fe

Coach of the Year: Mary Jekel, Mount St. Mary

Second team

Lindsey Grace, Sr., Heritage Hall

Jessie Heiden, Sr., Deer Creek

Rachel Manriquez, Sr., Edmond North

Livi Schiffner, Jr., Edmond Memorial

Erika Warren, Sr., Edmond Santa Fe

Emily Watts, Jr., Christian Heritage

Honorable mention

Bethany: Olivia Bailey; Bishop McGuinness: Ijeoma Njenje; Christian Heritage: Payton Olive, Logan Ross; Chloe Strickland; Community Christian: Laurel Church; Deer Creek: Morgan Turner, Taylor Turner; Douglass: Alise Bundage; Edmond Memorial: Kelsi Hughes; Edmond North: Alissa Benson, Kate Decker; Edmond Santa Fe: Samantha Ethridge, Taylor Horton, Kaleo Kanahele; Heritage Hall: Gabby Helton, Paige Miles, Rachel Moore; John Marshall: Jade Marsh; Mount St. Mary: Jordan Hagood, Mandy Martincich, Maddison Rubino; Mustang: Bailey Cook, Madison McClure; Norman North: McKayla Benner; Oklahoma Christian: Addie Aman, Laney Davidson, Emily Roberts; Shawnee: Hannah Brooks, Summer Skillern; Southmoore: Marissa Hundley, Kassidy Muse; Stillwater: Sarah Carpenter, Shelby Childers, Carley Geer; Yukon: Dani Chase.

by Scott Wright
A lifelong resident of the Oklahoma City metro area, Scott Wright has been on The Oklahoman staff since 2005, covering a little bit of everything on the state's sports scene. He has been a beat writer for football and basketball at Oklahoma and...
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