Posted On: 06/19/20 12:29 PM

I will be the first to admit that I am a bit foreign to the sand game.  However, no matter what surface or the conditions the game is played on, I can still see athleticism, skill, and some intangibles that make a duo quite successful.  For Meredith StreetMeredithStreetOHOsage | 2022StateIA and Kaebre SullivanKaebreSullivan5'4" | MBOsage | 2022StateIA of Osage and CIA Beach, they swept the weekend in Waterloo defeating an extremely talented duo in LeeAnn PotterLeeAnnPotter5'9" | OHLiberty | 2020StateIA and Sydney DennisSydneyDennis5'5" | LNorth Cedar | 2021StateIA.  But who else were some standouts in sand last weekend at the CIA Sand Double 18U tournament? 

 

Halia MahiHaliaMahi5'9" | SCedar Falls | 2021StateIA/Emmy Wedgbury

Mahi and Wedgbury are solid all around players.  Mahi has the edge when it comes to setting, but I think this past weekend was when I saw Wedgbury just the highest and hit the hardest I’ve ever seen, considering in the indoor game she is a libero. Last fall for Cedar Falls, Wedgbury stepped in on the right side, but seeing her play this weekend I think she could practically pick her spot for the Tigers in 2020, so impressive. 

 

Saari KuehlSaariKuehlOHGladbrook-Reinbeck | 2021StateIA/Dani Johnson 

Kuehl and Johnson are

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