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Ethan lands six players on CBH all-conference volleyball team

The Ethan Rustlers went 5-0 in Custer Battlefield Highway Conference play this year, resulting in it landing six players on the all-conference volleyball teams and Karly Gustafson being named the conference's MVP.

The Ethan Rustlers went 5-0 in Custer Battlefield Highway Conference play this year, resulting in it landing six players on the all-conference volleyball teams and Karly Gustafson being named the conference's MVP.

Jada Plastow joined her on the first team. Jessica Bartscher and Cameryn Logan made the second team, while Maddie Miiller represented the Rustlers on the third team.

The first team was rounded out by Kimball/White Lake's Darby Deffenbaugh and Kennedy Leiferman, Mount Vernon/Plankinton's Katlyn Briggs and Reagan Klooz, and Tesa Jensen, of Sanborn Central/Woonsocket.

A pair of WiLdKats in Grace Konechne and Heather Munsen also made the second team, as well as Sanborn Central/Woonsocket's Madi Moody and Raven Barse, of Corsica/Stickney.

The Titans' Hailey Walz and Dacey Rihanek were named to the third team. They were joined by Corsica/Stickney's Courtney Menning, the Blackhawks' Erica Howard and Mitchell Christian's Erica Thompson.

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