Elk River wrapups for girls and boys soccer, volleyball, tennis

ELK SOCCER, GIRLS

Senior goalkeeper Brienna Dehkes was named team MVP, and joined scoring leader Logan Daulton (11 goals) on the all-conference team.

Record — 2-6-2 conference, 6-8-4 overall
All-conference — Logan Daulton (sr F), Brienna Dehkes (sr GK) … Honorable mention: Abby McDonald (sr F), Jenna Kivley (jr D), Rachel Mynahan (jr M)
Team awards — MVP: Dehkes …  Top newcomer: Lizze Holien (fr D) … Ms. Defender:  Kivley … Coaches Award: Chelsey Petrich (sr M)
Other awards — Section 8AA assistant coach of year: Jess Brown … Coaches all-state honorable mention: Daulton
Team leaders — Scoring (goals-assists-total): Daulton 11-7-18, McDonald 6-5-11, Emily Lewis 5-2-7 … Goalkeeping: Dehkes 1.3 goals-against, .828 save percentage
ELK SOCCER, BOYS

Storm Heyer, who had nine points in 10 games (missing seven with injury), was team MVP. Josh Chuba and goalie Cody Christ were all-conference.

Record — 2-6-2 conference, 8-8-2 overall
All-conference — Josh Chuba (sr D), Cody Christ (jr GK) … Honorable mention: Grant Tesdahl (jr M), Ryan Stefano (jr M)
Team awards — MVP: Storm Heyer (jr F) … Golden Boot: Joey Benz (jr F) … Mr. Defense: Chuba … Most improved: Mickey Sanders (sr F) … Coaches award; Ben Waletzko (sr M, F, D)
Team leaders — Scoring (goals-assists-points): Benz 7-3-10, Heyer 5-4-9, Valdez 3-3-6 … Goalkeeping: Christ 1.1 goals-against, .873 save percentage
ELK VOLLEYBALL

Janell Finkbeiner was all-NWSC for the third time, and Kara Ziemer was team MVP for the second time. Ziemer and Bailey Lundquist were also got all-conference.

Record — 5-5 conference, 17-12 overall
All-conference — Janell Finkbeiner (sr S-OH), Kara Ziemer (sr OH), Bailey Lundquist (sr S) … Honorable mention: Rachel Anderson (sr L)
Team awards — MVP: Ziemer … Most improved: Kennedy Strain (so MH) … Spirit: Lindsey Lowe (sr OH) … Defense: Anderson … Top Gun (server): Brittni Gillquist (sr DS) … Coaches award: Austyn Beese (sr OH)
Team leaders — Kills: Ziemer 354, Finkbeiner 206, Lowe 138, Beese 135, Kennedy Strain 78, Lundquist 70, Kelly Kolles 49  … Hitting percentage: Kolles .227, Finkbeiner .215, Ziemer .208, Strain .195 … Ace serves: Finkbeiner 59, Ziemer 24, Anderson 22, Gillquist 20, Lundquist 19, Lowe 17, Beese 12 …. Assists: Finkbeiner 455, Lundquist 361 … Serving percentage: Kolles .949 (78-83), Gillquist  .939 (208-228), Anderson .932 (290-311), Lundquist .889 (257-286) … Digs: Anderson 350, Finkbeiner 221, Ziemer 220, Lundquist 172 … Serve receives: Anderson 591, Ziemer 399, Gillquist 155, Lowe 147 … Blocks: Strain 67, Lowe 43, Lundquist 42

Career totals — Finkbeiner 1,752 career assists (team record), 1,267 kills and 178 aces … Ziemer 780 career kills, 560 digs and 105 aces.
ELK TENNIS, GIRLS

McKayla Schulz was team MVP for the third time and collected her fifth all-conference award. Also all-NWSC were Hadley Purdy, Jen Koehler, Annika Teske and Alyssa Karavitch.

Record — 8-2 conference, 19-6 overall, section champions
All-conference — Michaela Schulz (sr), Hadley Purdy (jr), Jen Koehler (fr), Annika Teske (fr), Alyssa Karavitch (8th) … Honorable mention: Kathi Opsahl (sr)
Team  awards — MVP: Schulz … Most improved: Teske … Sportsmanship: Koehler … Snowman (most 6-0, 6-0 wins): Karavitch
Team leaders — Schulz 30-4, Karavitch 22-4, Teske 21-6, Koehler 18-5, O’Connell 15-11, Purdy 15-11, Lauren Brayden 14-9, Opsahl 14-10, Rachel Lieser 8-16, Erin Reiner 7-14
Career wins — Schulz 198, O’Connell 59, Purdy 58, Koehler 42

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