Posted On: 08/18/19 3:14 PM

Though it may not get the attention it deserves at times, the Southeastern Conference has to be one of the more competitive leagues in the state of Michigan. The SEC Red alone is a really stacked league from top to bottom. Here’s a look at what the SEC will have to offer in the 2019 season.


SEC Red Breakdown

A strong Red Division went to Temperance Bedford in 2018, as it bested a talented field. The Kicking Mules were able to then earn a district title before losing to Northville in the regional semifinal in four sets. Beford had a senior-heavy team in 2018, graduating seven seniors altogether with two that earned All-State HM honors and three that were All-Region picks. Alyssa Griner is a returning outside that will be a senior leader this year. She was also an All-Region honoree in 2018 and led the Mules in kills. They also return senior middle Carly Emerson, who had over 100 blocks and nearly 300 kills last year. Junior Kamryn Wolf was also productive at the net with 344 kills. Bedford graduated its setter and libero, but Caris Cross is a junior that can fill in at setter and keep

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