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Pair of Twin Valley League Volleyball Seniors Set to Play in Annual KVA All-Star Game
By Mike Smith
Copyright: MSC Sports

Full press release w/full 2018 KVA All-Star Match Rosters - click here

The annual Kansas Volleyball Association All-Star match is set for June 2nd at Lee Arena on the campus of Washburn University and a pair of senior volleyball athletes from the Twin Valley League have been selected to participate in the match. 

Both, Centralia Panther, Katie Glatczak and Axtell Eagle, Trisha Mathewson have each been selected to play in 2018 KVA All-Star match after great high school volleyball careers.

Glatczak wrapped up her high school volleyball career helping guide the Centralia Panthers to the Class 1A-DI State title and a 43-1 record and earned first team All-State honors and 1A "Player of the Year" honors. She finished the season with 500 assists, 247 digs, 11 blocks, 46 aces, 29 kills and 99% serving percentage and also earned first team All-Twin Valley League honors. Katie helped Centralia win a State volleyball title in three of her four years in high school and was also part of a State runner-up team. The Centralia Panther senior is set to continue her basketball career in college next year at Washburn University. 

Mathewson helped guide the Axtell Eagles to an appearance at the 1A-DII State tournament this past a season finishing with a 19-21 record. Trisha earned first team 1A-DII All-State honors and first team All-TVL honors recording 289 kills on the season, along with 39 aces, 96 blocks, 279 digs and 285 assists. The Axtell senior in her junior season helped the Eagles capture their first State title as the team won the Class 1A-DII State championship and finished 27-15. She is set to continue her volleyball career in college next year at McPherson College. 

Both Glatczak and Mathewson will be on the Red team for the All-Star game which is set for June 2nd at Washburn University at 6:30pm. 

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