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Hanson's Cheeseman named Cornbelt Conference MVP

After a dominating senior year for the Hanson volleyball team, Kynedi Cheeseman was selected as the Cornbelt Conference most valuable player and given first-team all-conference honors.

After a dominating senior year for the Hanson volleyball team, Kynedi Cheeseman was selected as the Cornbelt Conference most valuable player and given first-team all-conference honors.

Her teammate, Hannah Marquardt, joined her on the first team. Hanson - which won District 8B and pushed eventual state champion Chester Area to five sets in the region championship - was the only team in the conference to get two first-team selections.

Other first team selections included Bridgewater-Emery's Hannah Harberts, Menno's Tara Spencer, Marion's Renae Kayser, Howard's Cayla Koepsell and Canistota's Kalli Ortman.

Cornbelt volleyball all-conference honors

Listed by name, year in school and team

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First team

Kynedi Cheeseman, sr., Hanson; Hannah Marquardt, jr., Hanson; Hannah Harberts, jr., Bridgewater-Emery; Tara Spencer, sr., Menno; Renae Kayser, sr., Marion; Cayla Koepsell, jr., Howard; Kalli Ortman, jr., Canistota.

Second team

Ashley Moe, jr., Hanson; Autumn Hilton, jr., Bridgewater-Emery; Bridget Kayser, sr., Hanson; Courtnee Edelman, jr., Menno; Michele Schoenwald, so., Marion; Katelyn Kampshoff, jr., Howard; Lacey Wipf, jr., Freeman.

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