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Volleyball: Satterlie named MVP for Chargers

Brandon-Evansville's Payton Schaefer (left) and Haddey Zastrow go up for a block against Rothsay on Sept. 12. Schaeffer earned the B-E volleyball team's Coaches Award, while Zastrow earned the team's Most Improved Player Award this fall season. (Emily Myrin / Echo Press)1 / 4
Allie Satterlie2 / 4
Haddey Zastrow3 / 4
Payton Schaefer4 / 4

The Brandon-Evansville volleyball team wrapped up its 12-16 season with an awards ceremony that recognized senior Allie Satterlie as first team all-conference and the team MVP.

Satterlie had a team-leading 302 kills to go with 25 blocks, 169 digs and 29 aces in the 2017 season.

Senior Emily Bukkila and freshman Bailey Schaefer both earned second team all-conference awards. Bukkila had a 94.5 percent serving success rate this year, with 32 aces, 14 kills, three blocks and 202 digs. As a freshman, Schaefer had 33 aces, 248 kills, 12 blocks and 179 digs on the year.

Sophomore Haddey Zastrow was named the Chargers' Most Improved player of the 2017 season, with 40 kills and 21 blocks throughout the year.

The Chargers graduate Satterlie, Bukkila, Allison Sturges, Elizabeth Schiele and Payton Schaefer. P. Schaefer was honored with the 2017 coaches award. Sturges ends the season with 33 aces, two kills, and 27 digs. P. Schaefer had 10 aces, 34 kills, six blocks and 84 digs in her final season of Chargers volleyball.

Schiele was taken out of play by an injury early in the season, but in the matches she was able to compete in she had 27 kills, 11 blocks and six digs.