Four Reed City volleyball players earn all-conference honors

REED CITY — Reed City’s volleyball team finished second in the Central State Activities Association this season and four Coyotes were recently named to the all-league team.

Jacolyn Mullins and Alaina Woodard were on the first team while Michaela Reed and Heather Tacey both earned honorable mention status. Tacey was a setter while the others were front-row players.

Mullins had 371 kills, plus a .250 hitting percentage and had 581 digs and served almost 90 percent for the year and had 61 aces.

“Jacolyn had a pretty amazing year,” said Reed City coach Don Patterson. “She was also our top passer.”

Woodard had 170 kills with a .230 hitting percentage and led the team with 77 blocks

“She really progressed this year,” Patterson said. “It was a breakout year for her. She change a lot of games with her block taking away things from the defense. She and Michaela are almost identical stat-wise.”

Reed had 159 kills and 71 blocks. She served for over 93 percent and had 31 aces and 142 digs.

“She was very solid,” Patterson said.

Tacey had 274 digs for the Coyotes, plus 86 kills and over 91 percent in serving and 979 assists and 59 aces.

“She was pretty consistent,” Patterson said.

Mullins, Reed and Tacy were all three-year varsity players.