Each week throughout the highschool season, offered there are sufficient nominees from varsity coaches, VolleyballMag.com will acknowledge a Dream Staff of highschool volleyball gamers who had been standouts the weekend earlier than.
Most weeks, the eight-girl Dream Staff will include the next:
Setter, S/RS or RS
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VolleyballMag.com HS DREAM TEAM for September 21
S/RS: Kaylie Kofe, 5-6 Sr., Bonneville (Idaho Falls, Idaho) – Kofe, a Utah State recruit, had 204 assists, 45 kills, 25 aces and 12 blocks because the Bees had a giant week, together with claiming the title on the 31st Annual Bonneville Basic.
RS: Jada Aksu, 6-0 Jr., Georgetown Day College (Washington D.C.) – An influence hitter, Aksu was a drive within the Mighty Hoppers going 3-2 on the Countless Summer time Match on Saturday. She scored at will from each the back and front row, tallying 49 kills to simply 10 errors on 112 swings. She hit .348 in opposition to a few of the greatest highschool groups on the East Coast and added 9 aces and eight blocks.
OH: Madison Quest, 6-3 Jr., Divine Savior Holy Angels (Milwaukee, Wisconsin) – The Wisconsin recruit has taken the undefeated Dashers to the highest of the Wisconsin state rankings. She was at it once more this previous weekend on the 32-team Charger Problem Match, going 7-0 on the weekend for the title. Quest contributed 73 kills, 40 4igs, 10 complete blocks and 11 aces to the trouble in incomes All-Match standing.
OH: Emma Segal, 5-6 Sr., Frontier (Chalmers, Indiana) – Segal terminated 82 instances final week to assist the Falcons to 3 wins final week. An IU recruit for protection, the 5-6 senior had 40 kills within the win on Sept. 14 to interrupt her profession excessive! Segal holds the college report for profession kills (with greater than 1,500) and, on Monday, broke the college report for profession aces with 250. Segal added 28 digs over the three matches, together with seven aces and 61 receptions.
OH: Quinn Anderson, 6-0 Sr., Westborough (Massachusetts) – The Rangers performed perennial powerhouse Barnstable on Sept. 14, profitable a five-set thriller behind a career-high 39 kills from Anderson, the reigning Gatorade POY. The senior additionally had 14 digs, seven aces, two blocks and hit .449. Westborough is 4-0 to begin the season.
MB: Manaia Ogbechie, 6-3 Jr., Oaks Christian (Westlake Village, California) – A Northwestern recruit, Ogbechie hit .510 with 21 kills, six blocks and 4 aces in two wins final week versus Newbury Park and Thousand Oaks. “She’s as terminal of a blocker as she is an attacker,” stated coach Julie Bennett. “I’ve by no means seen so many hit out round her in one among our matches this week. It’s fairly enjoyable to see the seems to be on our opponent’s faces once they see her in hitting warmups.”
MB: Christiana Greene, 5-9 Sr., Cardinal Newman (Columbia, South Carolina) — In wins over conventional impartial college powers Porter-Gaud and Ashley Corridor final week, Greene, who additionally performs outdoors, had 23 kills, seven digs and three blocks. She surpassed 1,000 profession kills as properly.
Libero: Sydney Little, 5-4 Sr., Ridgeview (Orange Park, Florida) – Little paced the Ridgeview protection all week, beginning with 32 digs in a 3-set victory in opposition to Bartram Path and 22 digs in a 4-set win over Bolles. She averaged 7.0 digs per set on the JJVA River Metropolis Basic, the place the group completed 2nd total. She made the All-Match Staff and is a large cause the Panthers had been 8-1 by way of Saturday.
Additionally thought-about (by place, so as of consideration):
S: Clara Yu, 5-10 Sr., Georgetown Day College (Washington D.C.) – Dedicated to Columbia College, Yu was a lion for the Hoppers at Countless Summer time on Saturday, totaling 139 assists, 32 digs, 23 aces, 15 kills and 6 blocks throughout six matches, which included 5 on the weekend. Her all-around excellence helped Georgetown Day rating massive wins over the likes of Hedgesville, Frank Cox and Musselman.
OH: Carson Carraway, 6-2 Fr., Jackson Academy (Jackson, Mississippi) – Carraway carried the Raiders to a 4-2 report in opposition to powerful opponents this previous week. The group’s go-to hitter regardless of her tender years, Carraway notched 89 kills, 38 digs an 11 aces and handed a 2.05 over17 units. “Carson is a drive and going to be one of many prime prospects within the nation,” stated coach Mel Denson.
OH: Camryn Chatellier, 5-10 Sr. Dominican (New Orleans. Louisiana) – An LSU seaside commit, Chatellier eclipsed 1,000 profession kills this previous weekend in event play, which included 14 kills and nil errors in a tricky 2-1 loss to Archbishop Hannan, a outcome reversed two days later.
OH: Emma Quast, 5-10 Sr., Hinsdale Central (Hinsdale, Illinois) – Coach Kelly Stapleton credited Quast’s “aggressive drive and fearless effort” for the Crimson Devils’ 4-1 report and fifth-place end on the powerful Wheaton Basic this week. The All-Match decide amassed 44 kills, 33 digs, eight aces, seven blocks and handed a 2.02 on 105 receptions.
OH: Avery Jackson, 5-10 Sr., The Hockaday College (Dallas, Texas) – In two matches final week protecting eight units, Jackson, a Stanford seaside commit, continued to stuff the stat sheet to the tune of 38 kills, 30 digs, six blocks and 4 aces, whereas hitting nearly .300 and passing a 2.4 on 42 receptions.
OH: Kayla Taylor, 5-9 Sr., Sunny Hills (Fullerton, California) – Taylor continues to shine for the Lancers. One of many state’s main attackers, Taylor had 34 kills over eight units in two wins final week and confirmed off her six-rotation capability with 19 digs and 5 aces. This, approaching the heels of an MVP efficiency, within the Division 2 event at Dave Mohs one week earlier.
OH: Mackenzie Anderson, 5-7 Soph., James Logan (Union Metropolis, California) – Anderson was on her sport for Logan, which went 6-1 for the week, together with a 4-1 displaying and triumph within the Gold Bracket on the Bishop O’Dowd Invitational on Saturday. For the week, Anderson tallied 62 kills, 96 digs, 12 aces and 6 blocks.
OH: Natalie Carr, 5-11 Soph., Canon-McMillan (Canonsburg, Pennsylvania) – A second-year varsity participant, Carr led the Huge Macs to 2 3-0 sweeps this week, compiling 44 kills, 12 digs and eight aces, whereas hitting .411.
OH: Brinley Bartlett, 5-8 Sr., Oconee County (Watkinsville, Georgia) — In 5 matches final week, together with a 2-0 Area win over state No. 25 Hart County and a 3 set win over beforehand undefeated and No. 12 Lakeside-Evans, Bartlett had 40 kills, 28 digs and 4 blocks. “Her aggressive protection and well timed offense was vital in each of these crucial matches,” famous coach Mark Oglesby.
OH: Olivia Wayne, 6-4 Jr., The Hockaday College (Dallas, Texas) – New to the surface place this yr, Wayne continues to develop within the function, as evident by her 18 kills, eight digs and a couple of.0 passing over two matches for the Daisies final week.
MB: Molly Fitzpatrick, 5-11 Soph., Bartram Path (Saint Johns, Florida) – Fitzpatrick earned All-Match Staff honors for her excellent efficiency on the JJVA River Metropolis Basic, averaging 2.2 kills per set with a 0.253 hitting effectivity; and including a team-high 11 aces as her group completed second n the Coastal Division. She was deadly within the semifinal match in opposition to Tocoi Creek, ending with 8 kills and a couple of aces. “She persistently finds methods to attain in opposition to opponents and is proving to be an offensive menace at each the online and repair line,” stated JJVA coach Meghan Magnusson.
MB: Future Drakeford, 6-0 Sr., Ridge View (Columbia, South Carolina) – Drakeford had 22 kills and 10 blocks for the Blazers over two matches final week.
MB: Bennett Trubey, 6-5 Sr., The Hockaday College (Dallas, Texas) – Hockaday helped the Daisies cut up matches in opposition to powerful opponents final week. She contributed 13 kills, 4 blocks and 5 digs and hit .296 over eight units.
Libero: Aniya Warren, 5-9 Jr., Benet Academy (Lisle, Illinois) – Warren was named MVP as Benet swept its method by way of the powerful Wheaton Basic final week, together with a finals win over previously-unbeaten Marist.
Libero: Ava Younger, 5-7 Jr., Hinsdale Central (Hinsdale, Illinois) – Getting back from an ankle damage suffered throughout membership, Younger got here again this week stronger than ever, exclaimed coach Kelly Stapleton. Within the powerful Wheaton Basic, with matches in opposition to high-level Illinois groups, Younger managed the backcourt and protection for the Crimson Devils, who completed 4-1 within the event and even took a set off of Marist, the primary set loss that the RedHawks had yielded to that time. Within the event, Younger had 51 digs, 17 assists, 5 aces and acquired 52 balls at a 2.12 clip. “Ava was a quiet, calming presence throughout high-intensity moments to maintain the group on target,” Stapleton stated.
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