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Trojans' Spartz, Weg named to All-Big South volleyball

Tarren Spartz of Worthington has been selected to the 2021 All-Big South Conference volleyball team, and teammate Ellie Weg is an honorable mention.

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Tarren Spartz of Worthington has been selected to the 2021 All-Big South Conference volleyball team, and teammate Ellie Weg is an honorable mention.

State tournament teams Marshall and Jackson County Central were well represented, with the Tigers getting four all-conference selections and the Huskies getting three.

Here are the East and West division All-Big South teams:

EAST DIVISION

St. Peter: Grace Remmert (12), McKenna Van Zee (12), Lilly Ruffin (12), Kylee Horner (12)

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New Ulm: Natalie Yackley (12), Maddi O’Connor (12), Laura Bertrang (11)

Waseca: Jadyn Olsem (12), Haylee Sommers (11)

Fairmont: Cassidy Schultz (12)

St. James Area: Addie Bowers (11)

Blue Earth Area: Eloise Blair (11)

Honorable mention

St. Peter: Dani Johnson (12)

New Ulm: Afton Hulke (10)

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Waseca: Avery Madsen (11)

Fairmont: Brittney Mosloski (12)

St. James Area: Taylor Sodeman (11)

Blue Earth Area: Alicia Machacek (11)

WEST DIVISION

Marshall: Taylor Ariasola (12), Maysa Gillingham (12), Caitlyn Christenson (11), Leah Jones (11)

Jackson County Central: Sadie Voss (12), Maci Farmer (11), Georgianna Wenzel (12)

Pipestone Area: Marli Taubert (12), Melody Remund (11)

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Luverne: Elise Ferrell (12)

Redwood Valley: Kate Ahrens (12)

Worthington: Tarren Spartz (11)

Honorable mention

Marshall: Tessa Gannott (12)

Jackson County Central: Emma Haren (10)

Pipestone Area: Arinn McGee (11)

Luverne: Trista Baustian (12)

Redwood Valley: Kendall Huhnerkoch (9)

Worthington: Ellie Weg (11)

Windom Area: Tristyn Maras (10)

Related Topics: VOLLEYBALL
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