Postseason honors announced
Coaches around Northern Nevada recently voted on the top performers in their respective sports for the fall season.
Douglas, on the heels of successful campaigns in several sports came away with a number of top honors.
As of The R-C’s Wednesday deadline, award lists for cross country had not been received. Football is released after the state championship game.
The Douglas honorees are as follows:
Following a Sierra League championship campaign, the Lady Tigers hauled a number of all-league honors.
Freshman McKenna Kynett, who led the team with 29 goals and eight assists, and senior Lexie Weaver (17 goals, four assists) were named to the first-team All-Sierra League squad, along with midfielder Lindsey Adams (nine goals, one assist) and defenders Ericka Arellano and Hannah Coverley.
Kynett’s 29 goals tied the school and state 4A records for goals in a season (Ally Freitas, 2008) while Weaver wrapped up her varsity career at Douglas with 42 goals.
Samantha Crawford as a second-team midfielder and Allissa Holley (10 goals), Camry Varble, Kassidy Freitas and Corryne Millett were honorable mentions.
Senior Shawnee McFadden was a first-team All-Sierra League honoree for Douglas after posting 115 kills, 21 blocks, seven assists, 112 digs and 14 aces for the Tigers.
Junior setter Shelby Van Winkle earned second-team honors with a team-leading 29 aces, 120 service points and 372 assists to go with 122 digs and 82 kills.
Junior Katie McCullough earned an honorable mention with her 157 kills, 54.5 blocks, 51 digs, 12 aces and 103 service points.
Sophomore Koko Terada and Molly Jordan each earned first-team All-Sierra League honors for their play during the season. They were both second-team all-region honorees.
Senior Jaden Mustacchio was Douglas’ lone honoree, earning a first-team selection at midfielder. Mustacchio led the team with nine assists. He also added six goals and finished his career with 11 goals.
Kari TenBroeck was a first-team all-region honoree for the Tigers.
Kelly Sonnemann and Ingrid Carlson were second-team honorees and Bryana McNamara and Katelin Teigen earned honorable mentions.
On the boys’ side, Pat Johnson and Michael Johnson earned honorable mentions.
Joey Crandall can be reached at (775) 782-5121, ext. 212.