After being selected to the all-state team, Seymour’s Olivia Fish attended a tryout over the weekend to see if she could earn a spot on the Indiana All-Star team.
The All-Stars are split up into two teams — north and south — and it was announced on Monday that the Owl senior did in fact earn one of the 14 spots on the South team.
Fish finished her career in Seymour with a school record 1,493 kills, including 440 this fall.
Fish will be representing the 3A/4A South All-Star team along with Sydney Robinson (Brebeuf Jesuit), Naija Gadis (Brebeuf Jesuit), Ella Hemmings (Brownsburg), Quinci Thomas (Brownsburg), Gabby Dean (Columbus East), Callie Jo Celichowski (Floyd Central), Ella Ann Chapman (Greensburg), Molly Urban (Martinsville), Ramsey Gary (Pendleton Heights), Ella Scott (Plainfield), Grace Purichia (Providence), Elle Patterson (Tri-West) and Emilee Hill (Yorktown).
Coaches for the South team are Providence’s Terri Purichia and Yorktown’s Stephane Bloom.
They will be taking on the 3A/4A North All-Star team featuring Paige Franz (Angola), Emily Waddell (Carmel), Margo Hernandez (Fishers), Ava Vickers (Fishers), Ava Harris (Noblesville), Avery Hobson (Hamilton Southeastern), Kate Zellers (Heritage), Elliot Spang (Homestead), Katarina Nikolic (Lake Central), Brianne Salinas (Lake Central), Chloe Chicoine (McCutcheon), Macy Lengacher (North Wood), Kennedy Wagner (Valparaiso), Avery Hales (Warsaw) and Mallory Neale (Westfield).
The North team is coached by Bellmont’s Craig Kurll and Hamilton Southeastern’s Jason Young.
The matchup between the South and North All-Stars will take this Sunday at 4 p.m. inside Lawrence North High School. The Junior All-Star match will be at 1 p.m. and the 1A/2A All-Star match will be at 2:30 p.m. All matches will be best of three sets.
Although not playing in the All-Star game, Trinity Lutheran’s Bailey Tabeling and Addison Darlage were both selected to the 1A/2A All-State first team, and Laura Roeder made it on the All-State second team.