Joyce Baumann

High School: Weston-McEwen

WALLA WALLA ? Joyce Baumann piled up accolades in her sophomore season for Walla Walla Community College volleyball.

As well as being a team captain, she was named a Merit Scholar, the Warriors? Most Inspirational Player, and second team All-Conference. Baumann also was named to the Sophomore All-star Team, second team NWAACC All-tournament and the Green River Crossover All-tournament team.

She tallied 301 kills, a .207 hitting average, 37 aces, 428 digs and 60 blocks this season.

Anthony Faretta

High School: Hermiston

WALLA WALLA ? Anthony Faretta recently finished his freshman season for the NWAACC champion Walla Walla Community College Warriors.

The professional golf management major enjoyed his best two weeks of the season in mid-October, shooting his best three-round score of 221 at the College of Idaho Invitational on Oct. 6-7, then following with his best two-round score of 147 at the Wildhorse Fall Fury on Oct. 12-13.

Karissa Griggs

High School: Weston-McEwen

SALEM ? Karissa Griggs recently concluded her sophomore season of cross country at Corban College.

The Warriors finished fourth at the Cascade Collegiate Conference Championships Nov. 8, where Griggs ran her fastest 5,000-meter race of the season. She clocked in at 20:42, good for 53rd overall and eighth on the team.

Jordan Crossley

High School: Hermiston

WALLA WALLA ? Jordan Crossley is off to a good start as she looks to improve on her third-place finish in the barrel racing average at last season?s College National Finals Rodeo. She is a sophomore at Walla Walla Community College.

After the Northwest Region?s two fall rodeos, she leads the region in barrel racing with 257 points, 78-point lead. She is about 30 points out of the nation?s top 25. Her season will resume in the spring.

Mazie Madison

High School: Stanfield

WALLA WALLA ? Mazie Madison was the Walla Walla Community College volleyball team?s Most Improved Player in her sophomore season, and made the NWAACC All-academic team for the East Region champions.

She helped the team to a 35-10 record and second place at the NWAACC Championships with 88 kills, a .133 hitting percentage, 24 assists, 55 digs and 83 blocks this season.


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