Springfield, OH, Sr.
Hansen was named the Tomahawk Conference Player of the Year, finishing the year with 412 kills, 275 digs, 28 blocks and 55 service aces. She earned her 1,000th career kill this year and finished her career with 1,227 kills and 957 digs. She helped the Tigers reach their second straight Section 2A, North final.
Tiffany Schwanke, Springfield, LH, Sr.
Schwanke finished the year with 307 kills and served 96 percent for the year. She had 22 blocks, 11 set assists, 438 digs and 43 aces this year for the Tomahawk Conference champions. She was named to the All-Tomahawk Conference team and finished her career with 475 kills and 745 digs.
Springfield, Setter, Sr.
Schultz was named Honorable Mention in the Tomahawk Conference and finished the year serving 95 percent with 32 aces. She had 869 set assists and 178 digs for the Tomahawk Conference champion Tigers. She finished her career with 1,584 set assists and 349 digs.
MVL, MH, Sr.
Burk missed the team's early schedule with an ACL injury, but made an immediate impact upon her return, helping the Chargers make a deep run in the Section 2A playoffs. She finished with team highs in kills (218) and blocks (60), while also adding 98 digs and 33 aces. She was named All-Tomahawk Conference for the second straight year. She finished her career with 595 kills, 164 blocks, 346 digs and 113 aces.
Kimberly Frank, Wabasso, Setter/OH, Sr.
Frank was one of the better all-around players in the area and was voted to the All-Tomahawk Conference team with 158 kills, 204 digs, 458 set assists and 30 blocks. Career-wise, the four-year starter had 177 service aces, 403 kills and 1,226 set assists.
GFW, OH, Sr.
Beranek was named to the Tomahawk Conference All-Conference team and finished the season with 204 kills, 29 blocks, a 97 percent serve percentage, 423 digs and 13 service aces.
Cathedral, OH, Sr.
Helget was a three-year starter for the Greyhounds and finished the season with 246 kills, 196 digs and 31 ace serves while serving 87 percent. She was the named the team MVP for the second year in a row. She was All-Tomahawk Conference for the second year in a row for the Greyhounds and recorded her 500th career kill earlier this year, tallying 522 in her career.
MVL, OH, Sr.
A four-year varsity player and a team captain this year, Maasz was a well-rounded player for the Chargers, equally able to put down a kill or dig up a hit. She was second on the team in kills (216) and digs (309), but led the team in aces (39) and also added 20 blocks. She took the court in every set the team played this season. She was named All-Tomahawk Conference. She finished her career with 419 kills, 79 blocks, 541 digs and 102 aces.
BLHS, OH, Sr.
Paulson was third in the Tomahawk Conference in attacks and was named to the All-Conference team this year. She was the team MVP with 288 kills, 32 ace blocks and a 94.2 percent serving rate. She finished her career with 487 kills.
Madelia, OH, Sr.
Reed was a four-year varsity player and a three-year starter for the Blackhawks. This season she had 319 digs, 255 kills and had a serving percentage of 98 percent. Career-wise, she had 1,173 digs and 572 kills.
GFW, Setter, Jr.
Voted to the All-Tomahawk Conference team, Wenninger is a two-year starter for the Thunderbirds and is just 18 set assists shy of 1,000 for her career. She finished 2012 with 220 kills, 27 blocks, 379 set assists, 267 digs and served 97 percent for the season.
Madelia, Libero, Sr.
McCabe was a three-year starter for Madelia and was on varsity for four years. She had 556 digs this past season and served 98 percent. She had 1,410 career digs and was a very strong passer and the team's defensive leader.
Chelsey Guetter, Wabasso, OH, Jr.
Guetter was named to the All-Tomahawk Conference team and finished her junior year with 56 blocks, 232 kills and 225 digs. For her career, she has 385 kills, 347 digs and 89 blocks.
Cathedral, Setter, Sr.
Pautzke was a three-year starter for the Greyhounds and finished the year with 693 set assists, 28 kills and 25 ace serves. She was Honorable Mention All-Tomahawk Conference and finished her career with 1,256 set assists.
Springfield, Libero, Sr.
Kretsch finished with 446 digs, 32 service aces and served 97 percent for the year. She was named to the All-Tomahawk Conference team and finished her career with 856 digs.
MVL, Setter, Sr.
Johnston showed great hustle as the Chargers' setter and co-captain this season, racking up 660 set assists to go with 184 digs and 33 aces. She played in every set for the team and earned an All-Tomahawk Conference Honorable Mention. She finishes her career with 915 set assists, 276 digs and 47 aces.
GFW, Setter/RH, Sr.
Fromm was an All-Tomahawk Conference selection this year and finished the year with 75 kills, 11 blocks, 410 set assists and 294 digs.
Wabasso, MH, Sr.
Kramer was named to the All-Tomahawk Conference team and finished the year with 181 kills and 220 digs. She also had 41 service aces and 40 blocks for the Rabbits.
GFW, Libero, Sr.
Bleick finished the season with 383 digs, 30 service aces, 30 kills, 14 blocks and served 96 percent for the year. She was named Honorable Mention in the Tomahawk Conference.
New Ulm, Setter, Sr.
Friedman was a two-year starter and a senior captain for the Eagles. She had 351 set assists in the 6-2 offense and 126 digs. She served 93 percent with 12 aces and had 14 kills on the season. She finished her career with 358 set assists and 126 digs.
St. Mary's, OH, Sr.
Helget was an all-around player for the Knights and the team captain. A two-time All-Tomahawk Conference Player, Helget finished the season with 124 kills, 233 digs and 29 ace serves.
New Ulm, Libero, So.
Sieve finished the season with 308 digs as a first-year starter for the Eagles. She had 37 service aces (89 percent serving) and led the team in aces, serve receive percentage, dig percentage and digs per set (4.2).
Nicollet, MH, Sr.
Skrien led the Raiders with 210 kills and finished with 114 set assists while serving 90 percent on the season. She added 182 digs and 22 aces.
Sibley East, Libero, So.
Voight finished with 305 digs, which was the fifth best in school history at Sibley East. She was an 89 percent server and had 23 ace serves. She also had a team-high 535 serves received in her first year on varsity and was voted Co-MVP for the Wolverines.