Posted On: 01/17/20 1:22 PM

The Kansas City Martin Luther King Tournament is an important one for 18s – a National qualifier for teams - and for players unsigned, a chance for college coaches with remaining needs to discover some gems hiding in plain sight. And there are some great ones out there.

Elizabeth Kish – THR33 Storm 18 National

Elizabeth Kish said goodbye to prep volleyball on a sour note – dropping the state title match with Logan-Rogersville against St. Francis Borgia. The outside hitter can turn sour into sweet by helping THR33 Storm 18 National garner a bid for Nationals this weekend. She had a strong senior season for the Wildcats, averaging almost a pair of kills per game, as well as ending the season with 31 blocks.

Paige Lamm – H2 VB Academy Blue

Paige Lamm got a bit of a late start in volleyball – she began playing in middle school. But boy, has she made up for lost time. The middle hitter had a monster year with 328 kills, 44 blocks and 46 service aces. The California High School senior was named to the Missouri High School Coaches Association Class 3 All-State team for her effort. Her hitting percentage

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