Posted On: 06/29/20 5:07 PM

The Metro League in the Seattle area is always and interesting one to watch.   The Mountain division had three teams qualify for the state tournament in 2019.  All finished with results at state that were below their high expectations.   Here are a few players from the class of 2021 worth keeping your eyes on for the 2020 season.  Their performance could be the key to their team and the division breaking through to the next level at State.     

McKenna Dorscht, 6’ 0”,  Middle, Seattle Prep
Seattle Prep was hoping for better results at the State Tournament in 2019.   Dorscht made all Metro League first team and will likely be the focal point of the offense in the 2020 season.   Her connection with her setters, Mia Meighan and Jessica McDowall will have a big impact on how their season goes. 

Claire Donovan, Libero, Eastside Catholic
Donovan could find herself as the key component in Eastside Catholics 2020 season.  Her squad is full of tall senior hitters.   Her passing and defense will be the key to unlocking their offensive potential.   Coming off a 2019 season where she earned first team all Metro League honors, she will look to continue

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