EC's Ewing, L'Burg's Taylor Are EIAC Volleyball Co-MVPs

East Central and Lawrenceburg had the two best teams in the conference this season.

Mackenzie Ewing (left) and Grace Taylor are your 2018 EIAC Volleyball Co-MVPs.

(St. Leon, Ind.) – The best setters, spikers and servers in the EIAC have been decided by the conference’s coaches.

The Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference recently announced its 2018 Volleyball All-Conference Team, Most Valuable Player and Coach of the Year.

East Central edged Lawrenceburg to win the conference championship with a 13-1 record, while the Tigers finished 12-2 in the EIAC.

Trojans’ star Mackenzie Ewing and Tigers’ standout Grace Taylor were named 2018 EIAC Volleyball Co-MVP.

Ewing finished the season with 550 kills, 181 digs, 40 blocks, 20 aces, 13 assists and a 79.8 serve percentage. Taylor was equally impressive with 900 assists, 238 digs, 112 kills, 76 aces, 9 blocks and an 86.4 serve percentage.

East Central head coach Cassie Laker was named the conference’s Coach of the Year.

The full 2018 EIAC Volleyball All-Conference Team is listed below.

 

East Central (13-1) – Mackenzie Ewing (Co-MVP), Alex Disbro, Molly Gregg, Ashley Dudley

Lawrenceburg (12-2) – Grace Taylor (Co-MVP), Juliana Kemper, Cora Taylor

Greensburg (8-6) – Taylor Cooney, Anna West, Mary West

Batesville (8-6) – Kylie Laker, Jenna Ertel, Macy Prickel

Connersville (8-6) – Allison Woytik, Emily Hodson, Marley Smith

Franklin County (5-9) – Megan Getz

Rushville (2-12) – Kendra Hamilton

South Dearborn (0-14) – Jaelyn Lows

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