Five CNA area-players were selected by the Iowa Girls Coaches Association for their all-district volleyball teams for the 2020 season.
In Class 1A, Lenox’s TJ Stoaks added on to her all-Pride of Iowa first-team season with a selection in the Southwest District. The Lenox product tallied 167 kills and blocked 64 shots.
Stoaks also had 171 digs and was 146-for-188 from serve with 32 aces. It’s her first selection as an all-district volleyball player.
For Southwest Valley, Isabelle Inman was selected in the Class 1A Southwest District as well. The setter put up 463 assists and 68 kills in all 84 sets played by the Timberwolves.
Inman also had 121 digs and was 191-for-202 from serve, with 18 aces. She was a first-team all-POI setter this fall.
Murray’s Twila Barber and Kinzee Eggers were selected to the South Central District team in Class 1A. Both were also first-team selections for the Bluegrass Conference.
Barber was one of three main attackers for the Lady Mustangs, racking up a second-best 125 kills on the team. Defensively, she had eight blocks and a team-leading 115 digs.
Eggers was third on the team in kills with 121, and was first in the Bluegrass Conference in blocks with 72.
Barber and Eggers combined for 73 aces on 553-for-573 seving. Barber’s 47 aces were the second most in the conference.
It’s Eggers’ second season as a district selection for Murray.
Corinne Bond was the lone Nodaway Valley representative on the IGCA’s Class 2A Southwest District volleyball team this week.
The powerful hitter was selected as a first-team hitter in the POI for her senior season, racking up 324 kills in 77 sets played.
Bond also tallied 26 assists, 264 digs, and 26 blocks (13 solo). From serve, she was 215-for-235 with 28 aces.
It is the second straight season Bond has been selected for the Class 2A Southwest District team.