Posted On: 01/14/20 12:35 PM

The 2020 Kansas City Martin Luther King Day Tournament is a monster tournament in the Midwest, in addition to being a National Qualifier for U18. Looking at the teams in attendance, vying for the two Open Division, three American and lone USA Division bids is going to be a tough task. Here are several players with the ability to help their team snatch a bid to Reno. Let the games begin!

18 Open

Meauna Booth – KC Power 18-1

Many of the players who qualified for nationals as KC Power’s 17-1 team are back at it as the 18-1 team. They surely want to make it back for one last shot at success and are hungry to improve upon the 33rd place finish in the Open Division in 2019. Back for KC Power is the immensely talented middle blocker Meauna Booth, who is set to play at the next level with Long Beach State. The two-time all-conference, one-time all-state selection set Blue Spring South’s school record in blocks with 65 in 2018. She looks to make an impact immediately next season for the Beach. 

Caroline Bien, Caroline Crawford & Kimberly Whetstone - MAVS KC 18-1

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