Nearly each week throughout the highschool season, supplied there are sufficient nominees from varsity coaches, VolleyballMag.com will acknowledge a Dream Crew of highschool volleyball gamers who had been standouts the weekend earlier than.
The purpose is for the eight-girl Dream Crew to include the next:
Setter, S/RS or RS
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VolleyballMag.com HS DREAM TEAM for November 8
S/RS: Hannah Parant, 6-1 Sr., Mountain Brook (Birmingham, Alabama) – Parant, a Crimson Tide pledge, was named 6A MVP after recording 35 assists, 10 kills, 10 digs and two aces within the Spartans four-set win over Saraland for the title.
S: Malayah Lengthy, 6-0 Sr., Lincoln Southwest (Lincoln, Nebraska) – Lengthy, a Marquette recruit, recorded 31 assists, 13 digs, three kills, two aces and two blocks as LSW swept Papillion-La Vista to win its first Class A volleyball title in 17 journeys to the state match.
OH: Carly O’Brien, 5-9 Sr., Dorman (Roebuck, South Carolina) – O’Brien’s illustrious profession got here to an impressive shut on Saturday, as she recorded 27 kills, 18 digs, two blocks and an ace in Dorman’s win over Wando for the large-class state title.
OH: Madison Quest, 6-3 Jr., Divine Savior Holy Angels (Milwaukee, Wisconsin) – The Badger pledge recorded 24 kills, 15 digs and 5 aces to assist the 47-1 Dashers get by Oconomowoc in 5 units to repeat as Wisconsin Division 1 champions.
OH: Payton Petersen, 5-11 Sr., Dike-New Hartford (Dike, Iowa) – Petersen led the Wolverines to the 2A title on Saturday, their third in 4 seasons. Petersen, who notched 20 kills, six digs and 4 blocks within the championship match, and averaged greater than six kills per set over three matches, was named match MVP, simply as she had the 2 earlier title runs throughout her tenure with the varsity.
MB: Logan Wiley, 6-2 Sr., Alpharetta (Georgia) – The Georgia 6A POY lived as much as her billing on Saturday with 12 kills, 5 blocks, 5 digs and two aces in a sweep of Pope for the state title.
MB: Ryla Jones, 6-3 Sr., Flint Hill (Oakton, Virginia) – The 31-3 Huskies leaned on Jones to win their convention match final week. Flint Hill had three sweeps, throughout which Jones, a Pittsburgh recruit, had 29 kills. She hit .550 with 13 kills within the championship match.
Libero: Juliet Galla, 5-9 Sr., McGill-Toolen (Cellular, Alabama) – Galla had 26 digs in opposition to highly effective Bob Jones to steer the Soiled Dozen to a repeat title in 7OHA and their twenty third all-time.
Additionally thought-about (by place, so as of consideration):
S: Macy Hinshaw, 5-9 Sr., Hamilton Southeastern (Fishers, Indiana) – Hinshaw, a Santa Clara commit, had 38 assists, 16 digs and three kills, as a part of a two-setter offense, in main HSE to a four-set win over Fort within the 4A championship match to cap an ideal 33-0 season.
S: Claire Crawford, 5-11 Jr., Nice Hill (Oregon) – Crawford was masterful in main the Billies to their first state title look in 3A and was instrumental in serving to her outgunned group grasp in versus Sisters within the championship match. She completed the ultimate match with 34 assists over 4 units, plus 17 digs, eight kills and two blocks.
S: Campbell Trubey, 5-10 Jr., The Hockaday Faculty (Dallas, Texas) – Trubey had three of the very best matches of her profession to steer the Daisies to their second Southwest Preparatory Convention title in three years. In three sweeps, she amassed 68 assists and 18 digs and 4 of her hitters hit higher than .400.
S/RS: Isabelle Bardin, 6-3 Jr., Flint Hill (Oakton, Virgina) – Bardin switched to the surface within the convention match last and was the Huskies’ go-to hitter. She had 10 kills, 9 digs and 5 assists and was key to slowing Jada Aksu, Georgetown Day’s highly effective proper facet.
S: Bella Zinone, 5-7 Sr., Wando (Mount Nice, South Carolina) – Zinone had 21 assists and 17 digs to assist the Warriors overcome Ashley Ridge to succeed in the state AAAAA finals, then had 24 assists and 11 digs in a four-set loss to Dorman for the title.
RS: Lilly Lansing, 6-0 Sr., Jesuit (Portland, Oregon) – Lansing had 17 kills, eight digs and three massive blocks to assist the Crusaders rally from behind to win the state 6A title. Lansing was Jesuit’s most constant and constantly impactful performed all season lengthy.
RS: Addi Krieger, 6-1 Jr., Wando (Mount Nice, South Carolina) – Krieger had 13 kills and 5 solo blocks to assist the Warriors attain the South Carolina AAAAA championship match, then had 13 kills and 4 blocks within the finals versus Dorman, a match that Dorman gained in 4 units.
OH: Maya Witherspoon, 5-11 Jr., Lafayette (Wildwood, Missouri) – Witherspoon had 21 kills, 10 digs, three aces and two blocks in a sweep of Francis Howell, which gave the Lancers their second straight Missouri Class 5 title.
OH: Charlotte Moriarity, 5-11 Sr., Assumption (Louisville, Kentucky) – Moriarity had 18 kills and 16 digs to steer the Rockets previous defending champion Notre Dame Academy for the Kentucky single-class state title.
OH: Kortney Doman, 5-9 Sr., Crane (Oregon) – Doman had 37 kills and 4 aces because the Mustangs obtained previous St. Paul in 4 units to win their first Oregon title in 1A.
OH: Gracie Vohs, 6-0 Sr., Sisters (Oregon) – Vohs was named Participant of the Match and to the All-State Match Crew for her play over two days on the Oregon 3A match. The St. Mary’s recruit got here by with 20 kills and 18 digs for the Outlaws of their championship match victory over Nice Hill.
OH: Avery Jackson, 5-10 Sr., The Hockaday Faculty (Dallas, Texas) – The Stanford seaside recruit made the ultimate weekend of her indoor profession memorable as she helped lead the Daisies to a few sweeps on the SPC match. Over 9 units, she amassed 90 kills (hitting .561), and added 37 digs and 6 aces whereas passing a 2.1.
OH: Asia Harvey, 6-1 Jr., Sandy Creek (Tyrone, Georgia) – Harvey amassed 17 kills and 17 digs within the Patriots’ sweep of Oconee County in three deuce units.
OH: Finley Marine, 5-9 Soph., Portland Christian (Portland, Oregon) – Marine had 30 kills and the title-clinching ace for the Royals, who dethroned two-time defending 2A champion Salem Academy in a thriller. PC, which counts Olympian Kim Hill as an alumna, gained its first state title since 2018.
OH: Marley Pratt, 5-8 Sr., Maple Mountain (Spanish Fork, Utah) – Pratt had 18 kills, 10 digs and three aces to steer the Golden Eagles previous Bountiful for his or her first 5A state title.
OH: Sadie Ross, 6-3 Soph., Jesuit (Portland, Oregon) – Ross had 15 kills and hit .353 to assist Jesuit, the 6A runner up the earlier two seasons, rally from a two-set deficit to defeat Oregon Metropolis on Saturday for the 6A title. Ross was additionally sturdy in serve-receive.
Libero: Paisley Douglas, 5-5 Sr., Skutt Catholic (Omaha, Nebraska) – Douglas, a USC commit, had 22 digs to assist the SkyHawks upend harmful Norris in three units for his or her ninth straight Nebraska Class B title.
Libero: Gwen Grigsby, 5-3 Sr., Harbor (Santa Cruz) – Grigsby led the Pirates to a Central Coast Part title for the primary time in nearly 30 years. The Cal State Bakersfield seaside volleyball recruit helped harbor avenge defeat to Mercy Burlingame within the 2022 part last by averaging 18 digs per match and passing a 2.2.
Libero: Addy Azavedo, 5-6 Jr., Jesuit (Portland, Oregon) – Azavedo had 14 digs and two aces and helped regular Jesuit when it trailed two units to none within the 6A championship match. The Crusaders went on to win in 5 to keep away from ending second for the third straight yr. “Addy has been sturdy for us all season as our libero,” mentioned coach Teresa Zimmerlee. “She has an amazing serve and steps up on protection with some excellent performs to maintain us within the tightest matches.”