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Bump named top player
Times file photo Albany senior Sydney Bump won the Six Rivers East Conferences Player of the Year award for the second straight year. Bump helped lead the Comets to a 12-0 mark and a conference title. The Comets snapped Black Hawks 36-match winning streak and the Warriors four year run as conference champions.
MONROE - The accolades for Albany volleyball keep rolling in following a banner, 12-0 season.

Albany had four players garner Six Rivers East All-Conference honors. The Comets had three first team all-conference selections led by senior Sydney Bump, who was named the conference's player of the year for the second straight season.

Seniors Kaitlyn Schulz and Courtney Pfeuti also were first-team, all-conference selections. Albany ended Black Hawk's four-year run as conference champions and snapped the Warriors' 36-match winning streak.

The Comets finished 12-0 to win the conference title.

Other regional, first-team all-conference players were Black Hawk senior Rachel Rygh, Barneveld senior Anne Slaney and Argyle junior Micala Peterson.

Black Hawk had two players tabbed as second team all-conference, including senior Alyssa Piefer and senior Melissa Wellnitz. The other second-team all-conference squad includes Pecatonica senior Ellie Gifford, Argyle junior Danielle Treuthardt, Monticello junior C.J. Dilley and Barneveld senior McCaley Laube.

Albany senior Hillary Best received honorable mention, all-conference recognition.

Juda had three players named honorable mention all-conference, including junior Courtney Moisan, junior Ellen Kiser and senior Aly Pierce.

Argyle junior Abby Flanagan and sophomore Kayla Ostby were named honorable mention, all-conference.

Monticello seniors Taylor Pfeuti and Taylor Klitzke received honorable mention honors.

Black Hawk senior Molly Bechtolt, Pecatonica senior Nicole Dearth and Barneveld senior Krista McSherry also were selected as honorable mention all-conference.