Posted On: 01/12/18 7:23 PM


When it came down to it, the chase for the top spot in the Class of 2020 was a three-horse race during the high school season, and neither of the top three contenders disappointed.

In fact, all three of them were playing on the final day of the season and had absolutely dominating performances in the state tournament. Ultimately, though, one player stood out from the rest to take the #1 ranking in the updated Class of 2020 rankings.

Kalynn Meyer’s sophomore season not only included a commitment to the Huskers, but it finished with her leading Superior to its first-ever state volleyball title – defeating two previously undefeated teams along the way. The 6’3 multi-sport athlete can play anywhere along the net, but as an outside hitter she had a double-double in all three state tournament matches this fall. Her 32 kill, four block, 11 dig performance got Superior past Centura in the first round and then Meyer had 18 kills, three blocks and 14 digs in a win over previously undefeated Nebraska Christian in the semifinals.

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