Keith MacPherson, Sports Editor
Gainesville Daily Register
CALLISBURG — After a run to the Region II-2A quarterfinals, it should come as no surprise that Callisburg racked in the postseason all-district honors.
The Lady Cats took four of the seven District 11-2A superlative honors in the list compiled by league coaches and released once all teams are eliminated from the playoffs.
Senior middle blocker Amberly Colwell led the list of Lady Cats, taking the district’s Offensive Player of the Year award. Colwell was the top hitter for Callisburg this season.
Known for double-digit assist totals, Kalli Byrom took the Setter of the Year award. Madison Reed was named the Libero of the Year.
Lady Cat coach Angela Allen earned the Coach of the Year nod.
The district’s Most Valuable Player award went to Whitesboro’s Katelyn Labhart.
Earning first-team honors from Callisburg was Reanna Walker. Whitesboro’s Bethany Anderson was also first-team.
Junior outside hitter Amanda Goode was Callisburg’s lone second-team representative. Tori Flanagan got the nod for Whitesboro.
Callisburg sophomore Brandy Carr was named honorable mention.