A pair of South Dakota volleyball players were named Underclass All-Americans by MaxPreps on Wednesday.
Chester’s Hanna Reiff made the Sophomore All-American team, while Miller’s Kadye Fernholz was picked to the Freshman All-American team.
Reiff helped Chester reach the Class B finals in 2016. The 5-foot-8 libero posted a 96.6 serve percentage and averaged 7.8 digs over 100 sets.
Fernholz was a second-team Class A All-State pick after she helped the Rustlers to a 22-win season. The 6-foot middle hitter racked up 88 blocks over 90 sets, and served 93.3 percent. She also averaged 5.1 kills.
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