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 Sept. 6, 2023
S: Kaia Thiele, 5-11 Jr., Cornerstone Christian (San Antonio, Texas) – A UNLV recruit, Thiele set the Warriors to the title ultimately weekend’s Nike Event of Champions Southeast in Florida. Over 13 units, the junior compiled 80 assists and 31 digs whereas hitting .417. She was named to the All-Event Staff.
S/RS: Calli Kenny, 5-9 Sr., Willowbrook (Villa Park, Illinois) – Kenny, a Marquette recruit, led the 9-0 Warriors to seven wins final week, two of which have been in opposition to top-ranked space groups. In a win over Lyons Township, Kenny recorded 20 kills, eight assists, seven digs and 4 aces. Twelve of the kills got here within the decisive third set.
OH: Megan Fitch, 6-1 Jr., Cornerstone Christian (San Antonio, Texas) – Fitch was named MVP of the Nike Event of Champions Southeast after amassing 68 kills, 39 digs and 7 aces over 13 units.
OH: Mora Mooney, 5-11 Sr., St. Michael’s Catholic Academy (Austin, Teas) — Mooney helped SMCA to a third-place end in a aggressive 36-team event at Prince of Peace in Plano. She averaged an astounding 7.05 kills/set within the eight matches the staff performed and was even higher in opposition to the very best competitors. Mooney can be a number one passer and defender in addition to a staff captain.
OH: Avery Jackson, 5-10 Sr., The Hockaday College (Dallas, Texas) – In two matches final week in opposition to formidable competitors, Jackson compiled 43 kills, 38 digs, six blocks and three aces whereas passing a 2.6. The Stanford seashore volleyball recruit additionally final week grew to become the primary participant in class historical past to surpass each 1,000 profession kills and 1,000 profession digs. Jackson additionally holds 5 different faculty information within the single-match and single-season classes.
MB: Bridey Potter, 6-1 Sr., Wando (Mount Nice, South Carolina) – Potter was named MVP of the Porter Gaud Invitational after main the Warriors to the title. The senior completed the tourney with 37 kills, eight blocks and 7 aces.
MB: Meredith Magliolo, 6-1 Sr., Schulenburg (Texas) – Magliolo led the Shorthorns to 2 wins final week. Over seven units, the senior contributed 22 kills on 29 swings, with only one error, and added 9 blocks. The highly effective Magliolo is also a excessive soar star.
Libero: Violet Poole, 5-3 Soph., Wando (Mount Nice, South Carolina) – Poole was named All-Event after serving to Wando take the title on the Porter Gaud Invitational. She completed the weekend with 64 digs and 7 aces and handed 71 serves at a 2.1 clip.
Additionally thought of (by place, so as of consideration):
S: Mia Scott, 5-9 Sr., Legion Collegiate Academy (Rock Hill, South Carolina) – Scott set a brand new single-match faculty document with 50 assists in opposition to Covenant Day in a 3-1 win. Scott is among the leaders on an 8-1 Legion staff.
S: Isabel Miller, 5-7 S, Oconee County (Watkinsville, Georgia) – Miller continues to be a pacesetter for the 14-8 Warriors. In eight units final week, throughout which her staff compiled a 4-0 document, Miller had 75 assists, 25 digs, eight aces, seven kills and 6 blocks.
S: Katie Salonga, 5-7 Sr., Foothill (Pleasanton, California) – The Colorado recruit had 72 assists final week in huge wins over Branson and Campolindo. She additionally had six aces within the Campo win.
S: Campbell Trubey, 5-11 Jr., The Hockaday College (Dallas, Texas) – The Daisies splt matches final week, shedding to elite Lovejoy in 4 earlier than deating reigning 3A state champion Gunter. Trubey had 52 assists and 21 digs in these matches and achieved a milestone by surpassing 1,000 profession assists.
S: Landry Zapalac, 5-5 Soph., Schulenburg (Texas) – Zapalac created range within the Shorthorns’ offense final week and orchestrated two wins. Over seven units, she recorded 79 assists whereas including 15 digs and 5 aces.
S: Sahara Morken, 5-4 Jr., Mabel-Canton (Mabel, Minnesota) – Morken has spearheaded the Cougars’ undefeated begin to 2023. The 2022 First Staff All-State decide led her staff to a 6-0 weekend on the Floodwood Event. She is averaging greater than 11 assists per set on the yr.
S: Alexis Jodie, 5-9 Soph., River Bluff (Lexington, South Carolina) – The sophomore led the Gators to a powerful end on the Porter-Gaud Invitational final weekend. Over 9 matches final week, Jodie amassed 146 assists, 54 digs and 15 kills.
S/RS: Ellie Jackson, 5-6 Jr., Columbiana (Ohio) – A starter since her freshman yr, Jackson helped the Clippers stay unbeaten on the yr by starring in three wins final week, by which she recorded 42 assists, 35 digs, 25 kills and eight aces. She is a pacesetter and has been a staff captain the previous two seasons.
OH: Taylor Boyce, 5-11 Sr., Windsor (California) – The Jaguars went 4-3 over seven matches final week totaling 19 units. Boyce was a standout, averaging 5 kills per set whereas including 50 digs. Mentioned coach Christen Hamilton: “As one among solely two seniors beginning for the younger Windsor squad, her management has been an incredible asset to the staff’s early success.”
OH: Kylie Yen, 6-0 Sr., Palo Alto (California) – Yen had 27 kills and 11 digs in final Tuesday’s reverse sweep of Mercy of Burlingame. She had 18 of these kills within the remaining three units whereas hitting .483, and ended the match with an ace. Two days later, she had a team-high 13 kills plus seven digs in a sweep of Homestead.
OH: Paige Bennett, 6-0 Sr., Foothill (Pleasanton, California) – Bennett led the Falcons to 2 huge wins final week in opposition to powerful opponents Branson and Campolindo. The Winthrop recruit mixed for 33 kills and was particularly potent in opposition to Branson, the reigning Div. I state champions, with 21 kills whereas hitting .470, plus seven service factors.
OH: Saige Day, 5-10 Sr., Inola (Oklahoma) – A John Brown College recruit, Day helped lead Inola, ranked fifth in 4A, to sweeps of two high 20 rivals. She led the staff in each kills and aces and had a mixed 32 kills, 17 dgs and 6 aces whereas hitting .338.
OH: Carly O’Brien, 5-9 Sr., Dorman (Roebuck, South Carolina) – O’Brien was excellent within the Cavaliers’ one match final week versus defending 5A champion Mauldin. The senior had 21 kills, 14 digs, hit. 500 and was good in serve-receive. Dorman was purported to play within the Nike ToC Southeast however the journey was canceled as a result of Hurricane Idalia.
OH: Abbey Swan, 5-7 Jr., Clinton Prairie (Frankfort, Indiana) – The Gophers went 3-1 final week and wouldn’t have been practically as aggressive with out Swan. The uncommitted junior amassed 84 kills over these 4 matches, together with a school-record-tying 34 in a single; and added 49 digs and 10 aces.
OH: Kylie Wilson, 5-9 Sr., River Bluff (Lexington, South Carolina) – In 9 matches final week, Wilson had 73 kills and 19 digs for the Gators and handed a .210 on 47 makes an attempt.
OH: Alli Reimer, 6-0 Sr., Parkland (Allentown, Pennsylvania) – Reimer had 21 kills final week in two wins spanning 5 units. She took 41 swings and made zero errors, thus hitting and killing on the identical .512 proportion. A main passer, she additionally had 15 receptions at a 2.27 charge.
OH: Addie Smith, 6-0 Sr., Wando (Mount Nice, South Carolina) – Smith powered house 47 kills for event champion Wando on the Porter Gaud Invitational. She was named All-Event.
OH: Allison Risley, 5-11 Sr., Lafayette (Wildwood, Missouri) – Risley has helped the defending Class 5 champion Lancers get off to a 3-0 begin to 2023 by averaging 3.1 kills and a couple of.5 digs per set, whereas additionally main the staff in serve-receive score. The Northern Kentucky recruit, voted staff captain by her friends, performs with grit and leads by instance.
OH: Siena Steines, 5-11 Sr., Hinsdale Central (Hinsdale, Illinois) – A current decide to Wesleyan College, Steines stood out for the Pink Devils of their one match final week versus St. Charles East. She had six digs and two aces and hit .300 within the 2-0 win.
MB: Madeline Approach, 6-0 Sr., Sierra Canyon (Chatsworth, California) – The Trailblazers wanted each one among Approach’s team-high 17 kills to get by gritty Oaks Christian in 5 units final week. The Hawaii recruit additionally had 5 blocks and has been arising huge all season with kills and blocks in final units. “Our staff success has been in huge half as a result of her skill to make huge performs in necessary moments, help our group of younger gamers with management and encouragement, and compete with depth, velocity and senior confidence!” famous coach Stefanie Wigfall.
MB: Riley Greene, 6-1 Jr., Cardinal Mooney (Sarasota, Florida) – Cardinal Mooney went 4-2 taking part in within the Nike ToC Southeast. Greene had 65 kills, 14 blocks and 10 aces for the weekend and, final night time, set a college document with 9 blocks.
MB: Emily Caracci, 5-9 Jr., Mount Carmel Academy (New Orleans, Louisiana) – A pacesetter on and off the courtroom, Caracci had 10 kills in every of the Cubs’ first two matches, together with a four-set win over small-school energy Metairie Park Nation Day, to assist the Taylor Ricaud period on the New Orleans powerhouse get off on the correct foot.
MB: Kinley Soiney, 5-11 Soph., Mabel-Canton (Mabel, Minnesota) – A high-efficiency center in her third yr as a starter, Soiney has been a go-to for the Cougars of their 8-0 begin, together with a 6-0 document at a event final weekend. She has 110 kills in 162 swings on the season.
MB: Bennett Trubey, 6-5 Sr. MB, The Hockaday College (Dallas, Texas) – In opposition to two highly-ranked opponents final week, Trubey was wonderful within the center and from the service line. The staff captain had 12 kills, 5 aces, 5 blocks and 5 digs and supplied excellent management to assist the Daisies break up.
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