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2021 Mavericks Volleyball

Mavericks retain plenty of talent in 2021

 

September 8, 2021

The 2021 North Country Mavericks Volleyball team. Pictured left to right: #1 Junior Kora LaBrie - Whitewater, #9 Junior LouAnn Chartier - Whitewater (foreign exchange student), #17 Freshman Layna Jones - Hinsdale, #13 Senior Zandora Longtree - Hinsdale, #4 Junior Cienna Strommen - Hinsdale, #16 Sophomore Kendall Scheffelmear - Whitewater, # 12 Junior Mattea McColly - Hinsdale, #11 Sophomore Teagan Erickson - Saco, #5 Sophomore Paige Wasson - Whitewater, #8 Freshman Jessa Erickson - Saco, #19 Sophomore Abby Yeska - Saco, #18 Junior Ava Reyes - Hinsdale, #10 Senior Jaycee Erickson - Saco, #14 Freshman Berkley Hillman - Hinsdale, #6 Junior Codi Donniaquo - Hinsdale, and #7 Freshman Shelbi LaBrie - Whitewater. Coaches not pictured: Head Coach Charlene Wasson, Assistant Coaches: Amber Erickson, Chrisy Hillman. Photo by Heidi Cummings.

The North Country Mavericks lost a few strong hitters to graduation, but the team has returned plenty of young talent for their 2021 campaign.

"I think we feel pretty confident," Mavericks Head Coach Charlene Wasson said. "We are pretty experienced even though we are young."

The Mavs welcome back only two seniors this year, including their only returning All-Conference athlete senior Jaycee Erickson, and Zandora Longtree. The team's other 2020 All-Conference selections; Kia Wasson, Kaitlyn McColly, and Jaydyn Erickson each graduated in 2020. Danika Soper also graduated last spring.

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