Nearly each week throughout the highschool season, supplied there are sufficient nominees from varsity coaches, VolleyballMag.com will acknowledge a Dream Workforce of highschool volleyball gamers who had been standouts the weekend earlier than.
The objective is for the eight-girl Dream Workforce to include the next:
Setter, S/RS or RS
Gamers might be thought-about for Dream Workforce ONLY if they’re nominated by their highschool coaches utilizing this hyperlink: https://volleyballmag.com/hs-player-of-the-week-submissions/. This week’s staff contains three outsides as a result of no defensive specialists had been nominated.
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Observe to coaches and administrators: whereas there is no such thing as a science to how we select members of our Dream Workforce, acting on greater levels will give gamers an edge, as will nomination types that describe with specificity how effectively a participant carried out the earlier weekend.
VolleyballMag.com HS DREAM TEAM for November 1
S/RS: Isabella Lagemann, 5-11 Sr., Benton (Arkansas) – Lagemann was named state event MVP in main the Panthers to a different state title. Not solely did the senior contribute 18 kills, 20 assists, 19 digs and three blocks within the 5A championship last, she had the go-ahead kill with the rating tied 10-10 in Recreation 5.
S: Isabel Miller, 5-7 Sr., Oconee County (Watkinsville, Georgia) – Miller had 64 assists, 35 digs and three blocks over eight units in Oconee wins over Morgan County and Hart County to earn a return journey to the Georgia AAA finals.
OH: Regan Harp, 6-1 Sr., Fayetteville (Arkansas) – The state’s kill chief added 29 extra in an MVP efficiency on the 6A state event. Fayetteville received its fourth straight title.
OH: Alayna Opatz, 5-6 Soph., Monticello (Minnesota) – Opatz led Monticello to 2 playoff sweeps final week within the Part quarterfinals and semifinals. She stuffed the stat sheet with 20 kills (hitting .667), 10 digs, six aces and nil errors on 16 receptions whereas passing 2.69.
OH: Alexis Keeter, 6-0 Sr., Grafton (Yorktown, Virginia) – Keeter had 21 kills on Tuesday to assist Grafton seize a district title for the fourth straight 12 months. Over her four-year profession, the four-year starter, who’s dedicated to Florida Gulf Coast College for seaside volleyball, is closing in on 1,500 profession kills and 1,100 profession digs.
MB: Brooklynn Moore, 5-11 Jr. MB, Glenbard South (Glen Ellyn, Illinois) – Moore set a faculty document for kills in a playoff match with 21 because the Raiders overcame Hinsdale South in a three-set regional last. “We simply moved her everywhere in the flooring and he or she was completely dominant,” stated coach Chad Grant.
MB: Jordyn Washington, 5-11 Jr., Andover Central (Andover, Kansas) – Washington performed fearlessly within the postseason for the Jaguars. She hit .623 with 37 kills and 12 blocks over the previous week in serving to her staff to fifth place within the 5A state event. Stated coach Kayla Weidert: “As a center, she put herself in nice positions and in the fitting gaps to attain, and skim a quick, and powerful assault to tally some large blocking numbers within the final week.”
Libero: Rylee Walker, 5-8 Sr., Brookland (Arkansas) – Walker was named event 4A MVP after amassing 28 digs and three aces within the championship match for the senior-laden Bearcats, who completed the
Additionally thought-about (by place, so as of consideration):
S: Brielle Galli, 5-9 Jr. S, Windsor (California) – Galli averaged 12 assists per set, together with a career-high 49 in a four-set win over Las Lomas, to assist propel the Cougars into the North Coast Part Div. 2 semifinals.
S: Madeline Le Francois, 5-9 Sr., Mammoth (Mammoth Lakes, California) – Le Francois had 62 assists, 15 digs and 7 kills in two playoff wins final week. The highest-seeded Huskies received once more final night time – Le Francois had 36 assists, 11 digs and 5 kills – and can play tomorrow for the Central Part Div. IV title.
S: Alaysia Mason, 5-1 Sr., Amite Magnet (Amite Metropolis, Louisiana) – A competitor and true staff participant, Mason sparkled in a win over Independence with seven kills, three assists and 4 aces.
RS: Addi Krieger, 6-2 Jr., Wando (Mount Nice, South Carolina) – Krieger was an enormous contributor (10 kills; 4 blocks) in Wando’s five-set win over Lexington to maintain its season alive. The Warriors received final night time as effectively and can play Dorman on Saturday for the South Carolina AAAAAA title.
OH: Sami Blackett, 6-1 Sr., Orem (Utah) – Orem received a state 4A title for the primary time in 42 years behind Blackett, who authored seven kills, two aces in a block within the decisive fourth set alone.
OH: Paige Felder, 6-2 Jr., Parowan (Utah) – Parowan repeated as Utah 2A champions, and had been undefeated alongside the way in which. Felder was the catalyst within the state championship match versus Kanab, producing 22 kills and 4 aces within the four-set win.
OH: Kate Walsh, 5-10 Sr., Sandburg (Orland Park, Illinois) – Walsh’s finest work has come within the postseason for the Eagles. She had 9 kills within the deciding third set of the regional last versus Homewood-Flossmoor to assist Sandburg lengthen its regional championship streak to 19 straight. Walsh completed that match with 18 kills – six greater than her earlier profession excessive – plus eight digs and two blocks.
OH: Emma Quast, 5-10 Sr., Hinsdale Central (Hinsdale, Illinois) – The Washington College (St. Louis) commit was a stalwart in two Purple Satan playoff wins final week. The senior hit .409 in regional play, handed serve at a 2.38 clip and added 5 digs.
OH: Paige Bennett, 6-0 Sr., Foothill (Larkspur, California) – Bennett had 12 kills and 5 digs within the Falcons’ sweep of Classic within the North Coast Part Div. 1 quarterfinals. Bennett at present has 470 kills and 255 digs on the season.
OH: Bellamie Buess, 5-10 Soph., Skyview (Nampa, Idaho) – Buess is shortly turning into essentially the most dominating hitter within the state. The sophomore terminated at will instances to assist the Hawks to a different Idaho 4A title.
OH: Olivia Tenedora, 5-4 Sr., Mammoth (Mammoth Lakes, California) – Tenedora had 25 digs, 18 kills and three aces in two playoff wins final week. The Huskies received once more final night time – Tenedora had 9 kills and 10 digs – and can play tomorrow for the Central Part Div. IV title.
OH: Milla Knight, 5-10 Sr., Mammoth (Mammoth Lakes, California) – Knight had 23 kills and 12 digs in two playoff wins final week. The Huskies received once more final night time – Knight had 12 kills – and can play tomorrow for the Central Part Div. IV title.
MB: Olivia Miller, 6-0 Jr., Oconee County (Watkinsville, Georgia) – Miller hit .423 with 23 kills and 5 blocks over two matches to assist the Warriors get to the Groegia AAA championship match for the second 12 months in a row.
MB: Molly Ryan, 5-9 Jr., Windsor (California) – Ryan, who has actually elevated her recreation in the course of the playoffs, hit .431 this previous week for the Jaguars, who received two rounds to achieve tonight’s North Coast Part semifinals in Div. 2. Over seven units of play, she had 24 kills. Her averaged of three.4 kills per set is greater than double her season’s common.
Libero: Joely Tankersly, 5-5 Fr., Har-Ber (Springdale, Arkansas) – Tankersley averaged 4.2 digs per set dealing with lots of the prime attackers within the state and was named to the 6A All-State Match Workforce for her efforts.
Libero: Kait Vogel, 5-7 Fr., Foothill (Pleasanton, California) – Vogel contributed seven digs, six aces and 23 service factors to Foothill’s quarterfinal playoff sweep of Classic. The Falcons tackle Amador Valley tonight with a berth within the North Coast Part Div. 1 finals on the road.
Libero: Jenna Lynch, Sr., Mammoth (Mammoth Lakes, California) – Lynch had 24 digs and acquired 40 serves in two playoff wins final week. The Huskies received once more final night time and can play tomorrow for the Central Part Div. IV title.