Waldron senior Madalyn Hudnall is one of seven Shelby County players named to the All-County First Team.

Fourteen volleyball players in Shelby County have been selected to two All-County teams.

The Shelbyville News’ Volleyball Player of the Year will be announced at a later date. The finalists for the POY award are seniors Madalyn Hudnall (Waldron), Emma Nolley (Shelbyville) and Julia Sanders (Triton Central).

All-County First Team

Waldron, which won county and sectional titles this past season, is represented by Hudnall and senior Megan Bogemann on the All-County First Team. Hudnall finished the season with 376 kills, 30 blocks and 261 digs while Bogemann collected 538 digs.

From Shelbyville, Nolley and seniors Emily Parker and Gracie Leffler made the First Team. Nolley finished with 374 digs and 58 aces while Parker totaled 264 kills and 193 digs. Leffler had 827 assists, 165 digs and 34 blocks.

Sanders and junior Maddy Brown represent Triton Central on the First Team. Sanders, who was named to the All-State Second Team and the All-District Central Team, collected 650 digs and 45 aces. Brown finished with 296 kills, 39 aces and 414 digs.

All-County Second Team

Morristown had two players selected to the All-County Second Team. Senior Lilly Stoddard finished the season with 237 kills, 67 blocks and 226 digs. Senior Beth Hodgin, who was named Class A All-District, totaled 362 digs and 32 aces.

Seniors Kyla Robertson and Brooklyn Schneider represent Southwestern on the Second Team. Robertson, who was also named Class A All-District, had 332 digs while Schneider finished with 422 digs. Both players surpassed 1,000 digs for their careers this past season.

Shelbyville senior Jaidyn Tackett represents the Golden Bears on the Second Team. She finished with 263 kills, 43 aces and 98 digs.

Waldron sophomore Emily Tyree and senior Mackenzie Shaw made the Second Team. Tyree collected 882 assists, 375 digs and 36 aces while Shaw had 227 kills, 43 blocks and 103 digs.

Honorable Mentions

Bella Thompson, Raegan Kleine and Aubrea Trattner from Morristown, Nichole Garner and Kaylee Young from Waldron, Brooklyn Bailey, Kaitlin Bramlett and Hallie Schweitzer from Triton Central, Madison Bassett and Ashlyn Turner from Shelbyville and Riley Engel from Southwestern.

Kris Mills is the sports editor of The Shelbyville News. You can follow Kris on Twitter