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The Wyoming Valley Conference girls volleyball coaches have announced the 2012 All-Stars and Holy Redeemer's Sarah Warnagiris has been name the conference's Most Valuable Player.


Warnagiris joins teammate Nicole Slavoski on the first team. Taylor Braunagel, Cassidy Cohen and Jessica Balcarcel formed Delaware Valley's conference-leading three first team selections. Crestwood's Carina Mazzoni, Dallas' Tanner Englehart, Nanticoke's Kayley Schinski and North Pocono's Kelli Bray rounded out the first team.


Nanticoke, Crestwood and Lake-Lehman each found two members of their teams on the second team. The Trojans' Allie Matulewski and Alexandra Brassington were voted on, along with the Comets' Taryn Wojnar and Emily Sipple, and Lehman's Bethany Williams and Maria Chinikaylo. Wyoming Area's Samantha Acacio, Redeemer's Sydney Kotch and Delaware Valley's Alyssa Kelly also made the second team.


Honorable Mention was awarded to the following:


Berwick – Dejia Simmons; Coughlin – Shannon Daly, Summer Kubicki; Crestwood – Grace Emmett; Dallas – Christina Diltz; Delaware Valley – Rachel Miller; GAR – Banessa Flores, Joceyline Vazquez, Julianna Leco; Hazleton Area – Alivia Roberts, Christie Kaschak, Katie Landis; Holy Redeemer – Kaya Swanek, Alyssa Platko, Biz Eaton; Lake-Lehman – Danae Sutliff, Amy Williams; MMI Prep – Amber Ferry, Kristen Purcell, Kayla Karchner, Kirsten Young; Nanticoke – Taylor Briggs, Nancy Adkins; North Pocono – Emily Cook, Amanda Hall, Amanda Downer; Tunkhannock – Michelle Goodwin; WVW – Gabby Gadomski, Ashley Temarantz; Wyoming Area – Gabby Bohan, Kate Kross.

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