Oregon senior setter Erin Flanagan received second-team Badger South All-Conference honors last month.

Flanagan was instrumental in the Panthers going from two conference wins last year to taking third in the Badger South this season. The Panthers finished 28-10 overall (5-2 Badger South) and lost to Wauwatosa Central in three sets in a WIAA Division 1 sectional semifinal.

Flanagan racked up 761 assists, an average of 7.2 per set and 300 digs, an average of 7.9 per match.

The only unanimous first-team all-conference selection was Milton senior outside hitter Chloe Buescher, who was named the conference’s layer of the year.

Three Oregon seniors named honorable mention all-conference are senior Emily Konop (libero), Leah Rogers (outside hitter) and Bekken Pearson (outside hitter). Konop had a team-high 495 digs, an average of 4.6 per set and a team-best 72 aces. Rogers had 242 kills, an average of 2.3 per set, and 325 digs, an average of three per set. Pearson racked up 227 kills, an average of two per set and posted 304 digs, an average of 2.8 per set.

Watertown repeated as Badger South Conference champion and had six players receive all-conference honors and three on the first-team.