Senior Court: Front row from left are Abby McTeer, Kallie Painter, Claire Pabst, Kirsten Plocher, Caitlin Basden, Kelsey Cook, Leah Sutton and Carli Fields; back row, Luke Landmann, Cory Stieb, Kyle Lane, Stephen Schniers, Tyler Allen, Sean Snyder, Cameron Altadonna and Dylan Knebel.
Senior Court: Front row from left are Abby McTeer, Kallie Painter, Claire Pabst, Kirsten Plocher, Caitlin Basden, Kelsey Cook, Leah Sutton and Carli Fields; back row, Luke Landmann, Cory Stieb, Kyle Lane, Stephen Schniers, Tyler Allen, Sean Snyder, Cameron Altadonna and Dylan Knebel. Provided
Senior Court: Front row from left are Abby McTeer, Kallie Painter, Claire Pabst, Kirsten Plocher, Caitlin Basden, Kelsey Cook, Leah Sutton and Carli Fields; back row, Luke Landmann, Cory Stieb, Kyle Lane, Stephen Schniers, Tyler Allen, Sean Snyder, Cameron Altadonna and Dylan Knebel. Provided

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