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Trinity’s Kennedy Keator named to Class B volleyball all-state team

Trinity senior outside hitter Kennedy Keator was named to the North Dakota Class B Volleyball All-State team Saturday at the conclusion of the state tournament in Minot.

Trinity senior outside hitter Kennedy Keator was named to the North Dakota Class B Volleyball All-State team Saturday at the conclusion of the state tournament in Minot.
Keator and the Titans went 25-10-3 this season.

The rest of the Class B all-state team, as well as other awards given out Saturday, can be found below.

ND Class B All-State
Dickinson Trinity: Kennedy Keator; Langdon-Munich: Jocelyn Dinius, Madi Hart; Thompson: Emily Overby; North Star: Macey Kvilvang; Hope-Page/Finley-Sharon: Mikayla Larson; Hankinson: Betsy Asp; LaMoure: Anna Holen; Medina-Pingree-Buchanan: Jordan Thomas; Des Lacs-Burlington: Megan DeGree; Watford City: Katie Mogen; Minot Our Redeemer’s: Morgan Olson; Flasher: Secora Schmidt; Hazen: Krista Slaubaugh, Stephanie Ziegler; Bismarck Shiloh Christian: Krista Ulmer.
Senior player of the year: Betsy Asp, Hankinson.
Coach of the year: Tera Paulson, Hankinson
Class B state all-tournament team
Langdon-Munich: Sydney Ellingson, Jocelyn Dinius, Madi Hart; Finley-Sharon/Hope-Page: Jana Mehus; LaMoure: Anna Holen, Kindra Hamlin, Jackie Meiklejohn; Hankinson: Betsy Asp, Paige Benson; Hazen: Stephanie Ziegler, Krista Slaubaugh; Minot Our Redeemer’s: Ryleigh Popinga, Morgan Olson; Bismarck Shiloh Christian: Krista Ulmer

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