Harlee Gavin
Honorable Mention
Harlee Gavin Honorable Mention
Lauryn Bohr made history this year as she was the first Lion in history selected as the Southeast Conference Player of the Year in volleyball after a vote of conference coaches.

Three first-team all-conference players come from Spring Grove High School: Bohr (third year) a senior middle hitter along with junior middle hitter Mariah Edgington (second year) and junior setter Kailee Olerud. Senior right side Harlee Gavin was selected as All-SEC Honorable Mention.

The SEC All-Conference volleyball teams contain some veteran players from top to bottom, with 13 of the 17 first-team members repeating as either all-conference or honorable mention.

Bohr- Player of the Year, All-SEC

Spring Grove head coach Kelsey Morken said she was overjoyed to find out Bohr was this year’s selection for Player of the Year. She said Bohr has shown a lot of growth as a player and a person throughout the four years that she started for the Lion varsity squad.

“She’s been an all-conference player for us since she was a sophomore,” Morken said, “but this year, there was something different about her this year on the court. Being a senior captain really allowed her to feel confident in her skills and herself. We knew when she rotated into the front row that she would find a way to score points.”

Morken says her skills on the court were as determined as her reminders to teammates in the huddle, and she was always willing to do whatever it took to help the team.

Bohr achieved her 1,000th career kill while leading the Lions in overall scoring and averaged a team-high 16.8 kills per varsity match with a strong 29% hitting efficiency.

She also posted 16 ace blocks and 16 service aces in 13 SEC matches. Bohr served at 88% with 16 aces and defended with 8 digs per match

Edgington – All-SEC

“She’s been a dynamic player for our volleyball team ever since she started varsity as a freshman,” Morken said. “Her defensive skills, court IQ and hunger for the game have really started to set her apart from other players in the conference.

"Her drive to become a stronger player is contagious, and we’re so excited to have her for another season in a Spring Grove uniform.”

Edgington led the Lions in both service aces and ace blocks. She served 92% and had an ace in 12 of the 13 conference matches. She had the exceptional achievement of serving more aces than errors with a 1.8 ace-to-error ratio.

Averaging 2.7 blocks per match, Edgington also scored with a block in 12 of the 13 conference contests.

She hit with 21% efficiency and was second on the team while averaging 10.5 kills per match. Edgington was also second while averaging 9.5 digs and had team-high dig totals in six of the 13 SEC contests.

Olerud – All-SEC

“Kailee really became the nucleus of our offense last year as a sophomore,” Morken said. “Kailee has made some great games since then. She did a great job of getting the ball to the players that needed it. Kailee reached the 1,000 set-assist milestone this year, too. We are so glad she’s returning next season.”

Olerud averaged 27.7 assists per match and also scored with a kill of her own in 10 of 13 league contests. She served 91% with 14 aces in 13 matches. Olerud defended with 6.3 digs per match.

Gavin – Honorable Mention

“Harlee’s leadership skills were invaluable to us this season,” said Morken. “She was always there to make sure people were doing the job while she was pushing herself to be the best player that she could be. Harlee was a great senior leader and captain, and she will truly be missed next season.”

Gavin was third on the team in digs, averaging 8.2 per match. She served at 87% and was also credited with a set assist in all but one SEC match.

All-Southeast Conference

Volleyball 2017


Player of the Year - Lauryn Bohr, Spring Grove



Savannah Slafter, sr. OH, 4th yr.

Dakota Delaney, sr MH, 2nd yr.

Maddy Michels, jr. MH, 2nd yr.

Kenidi McCabe, fr. S


Lauryn Bohr, sr. MH, 3rd yr.

Mariah Edgington, jr. MH, 2nd yr.

Kailee Olerud, jr. S


Jordyn Glynn, jr. OH, 2nd yr.

Riley Queensland, so. MH, 2nd yr.

Allie Luban, sr. S


Julianne Hanson, sr. OH, 3rd yr.

Ann Marie Jalmasco, sr. MH, 2nd yr.

Breea Amundson, sr. S/RS


Olivia Christianson, so. MH, 2nd yr.


Alyssa Whitson, so. MH, 2nd yr.


Joelie Schreiber, sr. MH/S


Ariel Scanlon, jr./ S



Payton Danielson, M-C;

Harlee Gavin, SG;

Kendal Truckenmiller, L/P;

Rebecca Lee, 2nd yr. Houston;

Kayleen Woodcock, Randolph;

Halee Miller, G-E; Hailey Hungerholt, 2nd yr., L-O;

Megan Boegel, SA;

Isabelle Olson, 2nd yr. GM;

Peighton Prestemon, Lanesboro



>13 of 17 are repeat honorees

>9 middle hitters, 4 outside hitters, 6 setters, no liberos

>8 seniors, 5 juniors, 3 sophomores, 1 freshman


Southeast Conference VOLLEYBALL

Players of the Year

2017 Lauryn Bohr (SG)

2016 Savannah Slafter (M-C)

2015 Coranda Vickerman (M-C)

2014 Coranda Vickerman (M-C)

2013 Belle Sand (M-C)

2012 Belle Sand (M-C)

2011 Belle Sand (M-C)

2010 Belle Sand (M-C)

2009 Kayla O'Bieglo (M-C)

2008 Kate Horihan (M-C)

2007 Kate Horihan (M-C)

2006 Hannah Glor (Lanesboro)

2005 Tori Lind (M-C)

2004 Karlie Urbaniak (M-C)


>>SOUTHEAST CONFERENCE - final standings


Mabel-Canton*…13-0 (28-6 season)

Spring Grove…....11-2 (22-7)

Schaeffer Aca. …..9-4 (18-8)

Houston …………4-9 (7-14)

Lanesboro ……….1-12 (5-26)

* champion


Grand Meadow …..10-3 (21-11)

Randolph ………….7-6 (9-13)

Lyle/Pacelli ……….6-7 (10-16)

LeRoy-Ostrander …4-9 (11-20)

Glenville-Emmons ..0-13 (0-25)


Spring Grove Volleyball 2017

*conference matches

22 wins, 7 losses (10-2 SEC)

W at Schaeffer Academy* 3-1

W at LeRoy-Ostrander* 3-0

W vs. Randolph* 3-0

>>Mabel-Canton Tournament

>W vs. Lanesboro 2-0

>W vs. Waukon 1-1

>L vs. Kingsland 1-1

>W vs. Grand Meadow 1-1

>W vs. Rushford-Peterson 2-0

>L vs. Mabel-Canton 0-2

>L vs. Mabel-Canton 0-2

W vs. Lanesboro* 3-0

L vs. Mabel-Canton* 0-3

W vs. Houston* 3-0

W at Lyle/Pacelli* 3-1

>>>>Waukon Tourney

>W vs. Kee 2-0

>W vs. DeSoto 2-0

>W vs. MFL MarMac 2-0

>W vs. Central Elkader 2-0

>W vs. Crestwood 2-1

W vs. Rushford-Peterson 3-0

W vs. Schaeffer Academy* 3-0

W at Lanesboro*3-0

W vs. Grand Meadow* 3-1

L at Mabel-Canton* 2-3

W at Houston*3-0

L vs. Caledonia 1-3

W at Glenville-Emmons* 3-0


W vs. Wabasha-Kellogg 3-1

L vs. Caledonia 0-3



>>>9 wins, 6 losses

L at Schaeffer Academy 0-2

W at LeRoy-Ostrander 2-0

W vs. Randolph 2-1

W vs. Lanesboro 2-0

L vs. Mabel-Canton 0-2

W vs. Houston 2-0

W at Lyle/Pacelli 2-0

L vs. Rushford-Peterson 0-2

W vs. Schaeffer Academy 2-0

W at Lanesboro 2-0

W vs. Grand Meadow 2-1

L at Mabel-Canton 0-2

L at Houston 1-2

L vs. Caledonia 0-2

W at Glenville-Emmons 2-0



>>7 wins, 4 losses

W vs. Randolph 2-0

L vs. Lanesboro 1-2

W vs. Houston 2-1

W at Lyle/Pacelli 2-0

L vs. Rushford-Peterson 0-2

W vs. Schaeffer Academy 2-1

W at Lanesboro 2-0

L vs. Grand Meadow 0-2

W vs. Houston 2-0

L vs. Caledonia 0-2

W at Glenville-Emmons 2-1



>>10 wins, 7 losses

W at Schaeffer 2-0

L at LeRoy-Ostrander 1-2

W vs. Randolph 3-0

W vs. Lanesboro 2-0

L vs. Mabel-Canton 0-2

W vs. Houston 3-0

W at Lyle/Pacelli 3-0

L vs. Stewartville 0-2

L at Caledonia 0-2

W vs. Houston 2-0

W vs. St. Charles 2-0

L at Lanesboro 1-2

W vs. Grand Meadow 2-1

L at Mabel-Canton 0-3

W at Houston 2-1

L vs. Caledonia 0-3

W vs. Lansing Kee 2-1



>>8 wins, 7 losses. 1 tie

L at Schaeffer 0-1

W at LeRoy-Ostrander 2-1

W vs. Randolph 2-1

W vs. Lanesboro 2-0

L vs. Mabel-Canton 0-2

W vs. Houston 3-0

L vs. Stewartville 0-2

L at Caledonia 0-2