When you’ve had the seasons Clarion and Redbank Valley volleyball have had, you typically dominate all-conference teams.
That certainly held true, as the Bobcats’ (who play in the PIAA quarterfinals on Saturday against West Shamokin), Korrin Burns was named Keystone Shortway Athletic Conference MVP on Wednesday, and joined on the first team by teammates Brenna Campbell and Erica Selfridge.
Redbank Valley, which advanced to the PIAA Class 2A quarterfinals with a 3-1 win over Chestnut Ridge on Tuesday, put Montana Hetrick and Brynn Rearick on the first team.
Keystone’s Emma Burrows and Cranberry’s Ava Ferringer were the other first team selections.
Clarion’s Aryana Girvan was named second team and Jordan Best third team.
Redbank Valley’s Brooke Holben and Alivia Huffman both earned third team honors.
Burns has been a force this season, notching 311 kills (5.2 kills per set) to go along with 107 digs and 14 blocks. Selfridge, meanwhile, has 175 kills and a team-high 139 digs, with the offense being run through Campbell, who has 588 assists and 107 digs.
The full teams are listed below.
MVP – KORRIN BURNS – CLARION AREA
Brenna Campbell Clarion Area
Montana Hetrick Redbank Valley
Erica Selfridge Clarion Area
Emma Burrows Keystone
Ava Ferringer Cranberry
Brynn Rearick Redbank Valley
Kendall Dunn Clarion-Limestone
Andrea Meals A-C Valley
Jozee Weaver Keystone
Aryana Girvan Clarion Area
Aslyn Pry Moniteau
Dominika Logue Union
Brooke Holben Redbank Valley
Maria Anderson Cranberry
Alivia Huffman Redbank Valley
Jordan Best Clarion Area
Mia Sherman A-C Valley
Cheyanne Rudder Venango Catholic
KSAC LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: CLARION AREA