State girls volleyball: Burlington area players named to All


GREEN BAY ‘ Six players from the two Burlington high schools that won girls volleyball state championships on Saturday were named to the Wisconsin Volleyball Coaches Association’s All-State ‘

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Three players from Burlington made the Division 1 team, while three players from Catholic Central were named to the Division 4 team on Sunday.

Earning spots for the Demons, who beat Oconomowoc for their second state title in a row, were junior Emily Alan, junior Kaley Blake and senior Grace Peyron.

Making the team from the Lady Toppers, who defeated defending champion Clayton in the final, were sophomore Sammie Seib, senior Grace Spiegelhoff, and senior Miriam Ward.

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Vermont Varsity Insider Athletes of the Week: Ballots for Oct. 14

People who love Vermont high school sports may vote through midnight Thursday for a girls and a boys Athlete of the Week.

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Welcome to the seventh installment of the Vermont Varsity Insider Athletes of the Week voting by high school sports fans.

This week, and every week during the three sports seasons, members of the public may vote for a top girls athlete and a top boys athlete (see below for this week’s ballot).

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The two winners will be announced at 5 p.m. Friday on Free Press sportswriters Alex Abrami’s and Austin Danforth’s weekly’Facebook Live broadcast, which you can view in our’Vermont Varsity Insider Facebook group.

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Bulldogs’ Greenley is a ‘hammer in the waiting’

Bettendorf’s Megan Greenley churns through the water during the 50 freestyle against Pleasant Valley last Tuesday. Greenley is one of the Bulldogs’ top sprinters.

Bettendorf’s Megan Greenley swims the freestyle portion of the 200 yard medley relay Tuesday during a meet at Bettendorf High School. The team finished first with the time of 1:49.02.

Before coming into the Bettendorf girls swim program, the butterfly was Megan Greenley’s primary event. There was just one problem with that.

“My stroke was pretty terrible and I couldn’t hold it for very long — maybe only 50 (yards),” she said. “There isn’t a 50 fly except in a relay, so I became a sprinter because I found my arm tempo in middle school.

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