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Four Plymouth County Volleyball Players Earn All-State Status


The Iowa Girls Coaches Association has released their All-State honors in volleyball. Four Plymouth County athletes have earned All-State distinction for their outstanding play this season.

The Plymouth County athletes are headlined by first team All-State middle hitter Bailey Boeve of Hinton. Boeve was a natural choice for first team in Class 2A after leading the state in total blocks and ranking third in Class 2A in kill efficiency for a Hinton team that made the state semifinals. Boeve was joined by her teammate Ashlyn Kovarna who earned honorable mention All-State status. Kovarna ranked sixth in Class 2A in blocks helping Boeve out in many of them. She was also a great passer finishing 13th in Class 2A in assists with 774 of them.

In Class 1A, a pair of Gehlen Catholic seniors earned All-State accolades for the second year in a row. Gehlen Catholic senioir setter Cadence Goebel earned her place on the second team after recording over 600 assists and 229 digs for the Jays this year. Her favorite target, Miyah Whitehead, earned her place on the third team in Class 1A with a strong presence at the net. She hit .282 with 269 kills and 46 blocks for the Jays who were ranked at the top of the state all season before ending their year in the regional final.

You can click here to see the entire listing of All-State honors in all five classes.