Posted On: 07/28/20 7:55 AM

Scoring is a key aspect of the game of volleyball. It doesn’t matter how good a team is in defense or if it has a great setter, if it doesn’t score points there’s no way it will win a match. Even though a good offense is the one that involves at least a few players, some hitters naturally are more used by their teams due to their great efficiency and these are five athletes who had these roles at the Class 1A in 2019 and will likely carry the same loads again next season.

 

Tiffany ChandlerTiffanyChandler5'10" | OHLa Center | 2021StateWA – Senior – Outside Hitter/Right Sider – La Center

A versatile offensive player, who’s dangerous from both the left and the right sides, Chandler was the centerpiece of La Center’s offense last year. The new role got the 5’10” player to be the team’s main scorer and have more kills than the rest or her teammates combined - her 354 kills also nearly tripled the 136 she had during her sophomore season. Even though the Wildcats didn’t advance to the State Championship, she still earned a selection to the All-State second team. The second-best hitter in the division in 2019 with

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