LINDSBORG—The Central Kansas League has announced their all-league team for the volleyball players on Tuesday, and Bri Franklin, Abby Rose, and Emmie Ryals represented the Smoky Valley High School volleyball team.

Franklin received the highest honor out of the three Lady Vikings as she earned second-team all-league. Franklin led Smoky Valley in solo blocking with 78, and a serving percentage of 86 percent. The sophomore led with 166 kills, holding a .266 kill percentage and 57 aces.

Rose and Ryals were named honorable mention for the Vikings. Rose, a freshman, was the second leader in kills (156) with a percentage .268. Rose was also second in digs (125) and blocks (54).

Senior Ryals was the Vikings' assist leader with 318 this season. She also had a 98 percent serving percentage.

The Lady Vikings finished the season at 15-22, and only made it to the first round of the Class 3A Sub-State, where they lost to Lyons High School in three sets; 25-17, 22-25, 14-25.

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