Posted On: 11/7/19 2:27 PM
There's no doubt that middle blockers will make an impact in the 2019 KHSAA Volleyball State Tournament. Talent middle blockers take the court for prep volleyball teams throughout Kentucky. Here's a look at six middle blockers poised to compete and excel in the 2019 KHSAA Volleyball State Tournament.
Olivia Crowl (Jr., Campbell County): Prior to competing in the KHSAA Volleyball State Tournament, Crowl has already recorded 329 kills and 130 blocks as part of her junior season. Crowl delivered 10 kills and eight blocks in Campbell County's victory over Scott in the 10th Region title match.
Emily Goodin (Jr., North Oldham): Goodin emerged as a key performer for North Oldham during the regular-season. She has recorded 133 kills and 55 blocks in 34 games. Goodin provided eight kills and two blocks in North Oldham's victory over Woodford County in the 8th Region title match.
Allison Holloway (Jr., Mercy): Holloway helps to make Mercy a state title contender. In 36 matches, Holloway has registered 171 kills and a team-high 96 blocks for the Jaguars. She supplied four kills and three blocks in only two sets for Mercy during the 6th Region title match versus Bullitt East.
Annee Lasley (Sr., Greenwood): Quite