Six Shawnee County players, including three from Class 5A state champion Seaman, have received All-State Tournament recognition from the Kansas Volleyball Assocation.

BrooklynGormley2023 2Seaman senior Brooklyn Gormley was named to the Class 5A All-State Tournament team for the third time after helping lead the Vikings to the 2023 state title. [File photo/TSN]

MaeganMills2023Seaman junior Maegan Mills (13) earned All-State Tournament honors for the second time after helping the Vikings capture their first Class 5A state title. [File photo/TSN]

Seaman, which capped a 38-6 season with a straight-set win over St. Thomas Aquinas in Saturday's state championship game, is represented by 6-foot-1 senior middle hitter Brooklyn Gormley, 6-2 junior middle hitter Reagan McGivern and 6-1 junior outside hitter Maegan Mills after Tatiana Dowling's Vikings went 5-0 in the state tournament with five straight-set wins.

Gormley, a three-time All-State tournament pick, teamed with Mills, a two-time all-tournament pick and McGivern to help Seaman capture the school's first state volleyball championship after the Vikings posted back-to-back fourth-place state finishes in 2021 and 2022.

Silver Lake, which finished third in the 3A state tournament, put 5-foot-6 senior setter Sarah Wehrli and 5-11 junior outside hitter/middle blocker Ella Bolan on the 3A All-State Tournament team.

Wehrli and Bolan helped the Eagles, 32-12 on the season, post a 4-1 record at state, with Silver Lake's lone loss coming in a three-set semifinal loss to Smoky Valley.

JadaIngramRegional 1Washburn Rural senior Jada Ingram earned All-State Tournament honors in Class 6A for the second straight season. [File photo/TSN]

Washburn Rural 6-1 senior middle blocker Jada Ingram was named to the All-State Tournament team in 6A after the Junior Blues went 1-2 in the 2023 state tournament after winning the state title in 2022.

Ingram was also named to the All-State Tournament team as a junior.



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