Each Wednesday throughout the highschool season, offered 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.
Most weeks, the eight-girl Dream Workforce will encompass the next:
Setter, S/RS or RS
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Notice to coaches and administrators: whereas there isn’t a science to how we select members of our Dream Workforce, acting on larger phases will give gamers an edge, as will nomination types that describe with specificity how nicely a participant carried out the earlier weekend.
VolleyballMag.com HS DREAM TEAM for September 13
S: Landry Zapalac, 5-5 Soph., Schulenburg (Texas) – Zapalac led the Shorthorns to a 3-0 week. The sophomore recorded 120 assists over 11 units whereas including 22 digs, eight aces, seven kills and 7 blocks. She additionally tied the varsity document for assists in a match with 59.
S/RS: Brooke Walker, 6-2 Sr., Inola (Oklahoma) – Walker led the Longhorns to a excessive end on the Catoosa Port Metropolis Traditional Event. The uncommitted senior completed the weekend with 67 assists, 57 kills, 61 digs, 10 aces and eight blocks and led Inola to wins over 4 state-ranked prime 10 groups.
OH: Olivia Swenson, 6-3 Sr., Wayzata (Plymouth, Minnesota) – A Minnesota recruit, Swenson saved the Trojans undefeated on the season by having fun with an enormous, huge week, which included 49 kills whereas hitting 0.324, passing a 2.22 on 50 receptions, serving at 93%, and tallying 30 digs, six blocks, and 6 assists.
OH: Kaelyn Pribl, 6-0 Sr., Millard West (Omaha, Nebraska) – Pribyl had 21 kills with just one error, and hit a blistering .488, because the Wildcats downs Class B No. 2 Bennington to win the Kearney Invite. The Southern Illinois commit is averaging practically 5 kills per set on the season.
MB: Jenna Hanes, 6-3 Sr., Cathedral Catholic (San Diego, California) – Hanes, a Michigan commit, was completely unstoppable on the Dave Mohs Orange County Championships over the weekend. She was named event MVP after the Dons avenged an earlier loss with a three-set win over Mater Dei within the championship match.
MB: Julia Hunt, 6-2 Sr., Holy Cross (Covington, Kentucky) – Hunt, a Washington commit, surpassed two enormous profession milestones this week. On Saturday, the Washington recruit received her 500th block. She adopted that up three days later with profession kill No. 2,000, a part of a 40-kill evening in a reverse-sweep win over Scott.
Libero: Kristen Simon, 5-6 Jr., Assumption (Louisville, Kentucky) — The backcourt glue to any crew, Simon was instrumental within the Rockets’ overcoming a number of set losses to prevail on the LIVT over an elite nationwide subject. Over 14 units, she recorded 72 digs and handed an unreal 2.89. Simon has dedicated to Wisconsin.
Libero: Mia Moser, 5-5 Sr., Lafayette (Wildwood, Missouri) — The Lancers on Saturday received the Rockwood Traditional, that includes a few of the finest groups in Missouri plus Kansas energy St. James. Moser, a UIndy commit, led the way in which for Lafayette. She averaged greater than three digs per set and handed over a 2.2 on serve obtain.
Additionally thought-about (by place, so as of consideration):
S: Alexis Jodie, 5-9 Sr., River Bluff (Lexington, South Carolina) – The Gators received 3 times final week, together with one over perennial contender Wando, thanks largely to the work of Jodie. The senior compiled 83 assists, 34 digs and 10 kills. She has now surpassed 2,000 profession assists.
S: Payton Rowell, 5-6 Sr., Pitman (Turlock, California) – Rowell had 31 assists as Pitman swept St. Francis of Sacramento on Saturday to finish a 7-0 run by the Central CA Event. Rowell at present leads the state in assists in response to MaxPreps.
S: Isabel Miller, 5-7 S, Oconee County (Watkinsville, Georgia) – Miller had an amazing week main the Warriors in opposition to powerful competitors on the Lovett Block Occasion, the place the crew went 3-0 in pool play earlier than falling, 18-16 within the third set, in Gold Bracket play on the finish of the day. She had 138 assists in six matches, together with 31 in a three-set win over Sequoyah (final yr’s #1 crew in Georgia per MaxPreps). She additionally had eight blocks and 36 digs.
S: Samantha Roffi, 5-6 Jr., Backyard Metropolis (Michigan) – The Cougars went 5-1 final week with Roffi, their ground captain and chief, guiding them. Over 15 units, the junior amassed 79 assists, 40 digs, 20 kills and 16 aces.
RS: Bryanna Younger, 6-2 Jr., Legion Collegiate Academy (Rock Hill, South Carolina) – Younger made the All-Event crew on the Volley with the Knights Event, the place the Lancers went 3-2. The crew added a win earlier within the week. Over 15 units performed, Younger amassed 43 kills, 31 digs, 9 blocks and three aces and was a stalwart in serve-receive.
RS: Julia Savois, 5-8 Jr., Mount Carmel Academy (New Orleans, Louisiana) – Savois got here off the bench after Recreation 1 to common 4 kills per set in an enormous five-set win over Pope John Paul II. She completed the week with 16 extra kills on the McGill-Toolen Event in Alabama.
OH: Taylor Boyce, 5-11 Sr., Windsor (California) – The Jaguars defeated two state-ranked opponents final week. Over eight units in wins over Archie Williams and Redwood of Larkspur, the senior totaled 41 kills, averaging 5.125 kills per set.
OH: Charlotte Moriarty, 5-11 Sr., Assumption (Louisville, Kentucky) – Moriarty had an enormous week for the Rockets, who received the LIVT on Saturday, besting a subject stacked with elite groups. The senior completed the five-match slate (14 units) with 48 kills and 49 digs.
OH: Avery Jackson, 5-10 Sr., The Hockaday Faculty (Dallas, Texas) – In opposition to nationwide energy Prestonwood Christian Academy, Jackson confirmed why she is among the many finest outsides nationally. The Stanford seaside volleyball recruit recorded 25 kills, 11 digs and two blocks, and handed a 2.2 on 14 touches.
OH: Gabriella Spellings, 511 Sr., St. Michael’s (Austin, Texas) – The Crusaders improved to 26-8 on the yr with a 3-0 week, fueled by Spellings, who had 51 kills, together with 24 in a win in opposition to rival Brentwood Christian. The College of Chicago commit averaged 5.6 kills per set and had a .586 kill share whereas additionally serving persistently, with 33 serves (6 aces and 25 factors) and taking part in sturdy protection with 17 digs.
OH: Carlie Cisneros, 6-2 Sr., Liberty North (Liberty, Missouri) — Cisneros eclipsed 1,000 digs in her highschool profession in a win final week versus Lee’s Summit West. The Arizona commit can also be closing in on 2,000 kills and has led the Eagles to a 7-4 total document in opposition to very powerful competitors.
OH: Taylor Rice, 5-9 Jr., Woodcreek (Roseville, California) – Over seven matches final week, Rice, Woodcreek’s captain and go-to hitter, totaled 67 kills, together with 19 kills in back-to-back matches.
OH: Olivia Wayne, 6-4 Jr., The Hockaday Faculty (Dallas, Texas) – Wayne was masterful this week in opposition to nationwide energy Prestonwood Christian Academy. An out of doors just for the previous month, Wayne contributed 14 kills, six digs and 4 blocks for the Daisies, and handed a 2.4 on 20 receptions.
OH: Kennedy Rouse, 5-9 Jr., Legion Collegiate Academy (Rock Hill, South Carolina) – The Lancers went 4-2 final week behind Rouse, who had 36 kills, 43 digs, 57 receptions and eight aces. She was twice Participant of the Match on the Volley with the Knights Event, the place Legion went 3-2.
OH: Kylie Wilson, 5-9 Sr., River Bluff (Lexington, South Carolina) – In three matches final week (all wins), Wilson compiled 34 kills and 25 digs. She hit .247 and handed serve 55 instances at a 2.2 clip.
MB: Madison Eissayou, 6-0 Sr., Pitman (Turlock, California) – Eissayou was named MVP because the Satisfaction received the Central CA Traditional event this previous weekend, ending 7-0. The senior had eight kills and two stuff blocks in a sweep of St. Francis of Sacramento within the championship last.
MB: Olivia Miller, 6-0 Jr., Oconee County (Watkinsville, Georgia) – Miller had a monster week for the 21-9 Warriors. She amassed 47 kills, with a .462 hitting share; and 25 blocks in six matches. Within the last match in opposition to Marist on the Lovett Block Occasion on Saturday, she had 10 kills and seven blocks.
Libero: Nola Sevin, 5-7 Sr., Mount Carmel Academy (New Orleans, Louisiana) – The Cubs had a powerful 5-2 week, which included a 5-set win over Pope John Paul II and a pleasant displaying in Alabama on the McGill-Toolen Event. Over these seven matches, Sevin had 101 digs. “She is a frontrunner for our crew and at all times finds a option to get the job performed,” stated coach Taylor Ricaud. “She is a tough employee and pushes the women to be one of the best that they are often.”
Libero: Siena Ebert, 5-10 Fr., The Hockaday Faculty (Dallas, Texas) – A starter since Day 1, Ebert has risen to the event all season, together with this week in opposition to highly effective Prestonwood Christian Academy, the place she contributed 22 digs and handed a 2.4 on 37 receptions.
Libero: Addi Eberhardt, 5-1 Sr., Oconee County (Watkinsville, Georgia) – Eberhardt had an impressive, together with an amazing weekend on the Lovett Block Occasion in opposition to 4 prime 50 groups within the state of Georgia. She handed at a 98% charge in serve obtain with a 2+ common, together with 100% on Saturday. She had 37 digs on the week and scored 54 factors serving all through the week. In opposition to Sequoyah, final yr’s top-ranked crew in Georgia, she was 11/11 in serve obtain with a 2.3 common and 9 digs. “It was her finest single day of play in her 4 years for Oconee,” stated coach Mark Oglesby.
Libero: Anya Pershin, 5-7 Jr., Legion Collegiate Academy (Rock Hill, South Carolina) – Pershin had a career-high 22 digs in a single match for the Lancers, who went 4-2 for the week. Over these six matches, the junior totaled 70 digs, 92 receptions and 13 aces.
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