Hillsboro-Central Valley junior Sydni Culp joined three MayPort-CG players on this year’s Region 2 all-region volleyball team.

Culp, a 5-foot-11 middle hitter for the Burros, tallied 182 kills and 31 blocks this season as her H-CV squad finished its year No. 6 in the region with an 11-12 record.

The junior also added 197 digs and 24 aces.

H-CV coach Katie Kolness said that Culp, who made the all-region squad for the first time this year, was a difference-maker around the floor for the Burros.

“Sydni was an essential part of our team this year,” Kolness  said. “She played middle all the way around for us most of the season.

“Her big presence in the front row and competitive attitude brought the energy we needed on the court.”

MayPort-CG’s Rylee Satrom, Raina Satrom and Kalynn Olson made the all-region squad alongside Culp.

Rylee Satrom, a sophomore, was named to the all-region team for a second time.

Satrom led her team with 259 kills on 609 attacks for a hitting percentage of 36 percent. She also finished with 229 digs and was second on the team with 23 solo blocks and 28 block assists.

“I think she really grew in her confidence this year and had more variability,” said MayPort-CG head coach Stacy Hanson, who was named Region 2 coach of the year after her team took second in the region with an 18-7-4 record.

“Being left-handed in the middle created some problems for people on how to block her.”

Satrom was joined by her twin sister, Raina, who tied for second on the team with 260 digs and added 152 kills.

“She’s just an athletic kid,” Hanson said. “By the end of the year, you knew when she contacted the ball that she was going to do something with it.”

Olson, a senior, made the team for the first time.

A three-year starting setter for MayPort-CG, Olson finished with 452 assists this fall, splitting time with fellow senior Kinsey Hanson at setter. 

Olson finished with more than 1,000 assists for her career and led the team in ace serves with 49. 

“Her teammates look to her as a leader with experience on the court,” Stacy Hanson said. “She’s not a loud, boisterous type, but the kids really look up to her.”

Hatton-Northwood’s Megan Larson was named the region’s senior athlete of the year.