Three Lady Aces named to the Tri-County All-Area Volleyball Team

Three Lady Aces were named to the Tri-County All-Area Volleyball Team on Thursday. Senior Carli Morris, junior Addie Drone and junior Kassidy Drone were the Lady Ace representatives on the team.

MOUNT CARMEL, Ill. -- Schools from Crawford, Lawrence and Wabash County voted on players to determine the members of the Tri-County All-Area Volleyball Team. The results had three Lady Aces on the team of 14 that was announced on Thursday, Nov. 8.

Senior Carli Morris, junior Addie Drone and junior Kassidy Drone were the three named to the team and recognized for their stellar play. The girls helped lead Mt. Carmel to an 11-17 record, finishing 6-6 in their last 12 games. Mt. Carmel's three representatives tied them with Lawrenceville and Robinson for the most from a school on the team.

Hutsonville-Palestine, Oblong, Robinson, Red Hill, Lawrenceville and Mt. Carmel each voted on players to make the team.

Mt. Carmel finished 4-0 against the teams in the Tri-County area that they faced, including two wins over Red Hill, one over Lawrenceville and a victory over Robinson.

The complete roster of the team is listed below:

Ashlyn Matthews -- Hutsonville

Nikki Wirth -- Red Hill

Carli Morris -- Mt. Carmel

Chloe Britton -- Lawrenceville

Lauren Weber -- Robinson

Alyssa Potts -- Oblong

Kassidy Drone -- Mt. Carmel

Addie Drone -- Mt. Carmel

Paige Matthews -- Hutsonville

Paige Tewell -- Lawrenceville

Amanda Marley -- Lawrenceville

Gracie Shidler -- Robinson

Sydni Bailey -- Robinson

Kenzi McIntosh -- Oblong

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