Bobcats’ Longley named BCS co-MVP

NILES  — BCS Athletic Conference champion Brandywine dominated the all-league volleyball team, which was released recently.

Senior setter Audrey Longley was named co-Most Valuable Player along with Bridgman’s Haley Goff and Comstock’s Daisey Ansel.

The Bobcats also landed seniors Olivia Thomas and Nicole Sachman on the first team, along with sophomore Kylie Myers.

Brandywine junior Bethany Duval was an honorable mention selection.

Also named to the first team were Abby House of Comstock, Madelyn Caswell of Comstock, and Karissa Porter of Berrien Springs.

Longley, Myers and Duval were all Division 3 All-Regional sections, while Sachman was an honorable mention pick.

The Bobcats did not receive any all-state nominations.

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