Prep volleyball

Summit's Hayes leads IMC awards

Summit senior Laney Hayes has been named the 2012 Intermountain Hybrid volleyball player of the year and Ridgeview’s Debi Dewey received the league’s coach of the year award.

The 6-foot-1 Hayes led the Storm to a runner-up finish in the IMC Hybrid this season behind Crook County and a fourth-place effort at the Class 5A state tournament. Dewey guided the Ravens to a 12-11 overall record this fall, the first year of the program, and a spot in the Class 4A state playoffs.

Joining Hayes on the all-IMC Hybrid first team are Crook County’s Makayla Lindburg and Hannah Troutman, Bend High’s Molly Maloney, Mountain View’s Jill Roshak and Summit teammate Dani Taylor. Ridgeview’s Katie Nurge was selected as the league’s libero of the year.

For the rest of the 2012 all-IMC Hybrid volleyball teams, see Prep Scoreboard on D5.

—Bulletin staff report

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