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TGCA Volleyball All-State Lists

The Texas Girls' Coaches Association released it's All-State volleyball teams Friday, with 40 players from each classification making the lists.

Six Texoma players received honors.

Graham had two players on the Class 3A all-state team, junior Kaitlin Kramer and senior Anna McGee.

The Lady Blues advanced to the Region 1-3A tournament in Lubbock before falling to Monahans.

In Class 2A, Holliday Lady Eagle sophomore Morgan Lewis received all-state honors.

She led her team to the Region 1-2A tournament in Abilene, where they fell to eventual Regional champ Bushland.

Three Texoma Class-A players were also on the all-state lists.

Two were from the Windthorst Trojanettes: juniors Lexi Koetter and Leslie Schroeder. They made the Region 1-A tournament before bowing out to State Finalist Wink

Munday Mogulettes junior Kirsten Kuehler rounded out the list. Munday fell to Newcastle in the Regional Quarterfinals after a phenomenal 33-6 season.

Also, 27 players from eleven Texoma teams were named to the Academic all-state teams, highlighted by Iowa Park's Lady Hawks, who had five players make the list.

Here is the full Academic All-State list, by school:

WFHS: Tori Shannon, Kaitlyn Couch, Lizet Gonzales.

Rider: Mary McMullen, Alyssa Haigood, Maddie Holmes.

Vernon: Lyndie Dunson, Molli Owen, Shelby Walker.

Iowa Park: Shelbye Boren, Amanda Fuhrman, Whitney James, Shealeigh Jones, Rebekah Solenberg.

Henrietta: Savannah Acheson.

Holliday: Kylie Dillard, Brea Gamble, Aspen Larson, Shanna Wooten.

Burkburnett: Emily Adams.

Graham: Allie Davis, Anna McGee.

Munday: Rian Dillard, Kandace Lowrance.

Windthorst: Chelsea Berend, Bailey Schlumpf.

Electra: Kendall Soendker.

Congratulations to everyone on both the Academic and Athletic All-State lists!

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