Posted On: 07/31/20 8:20 AM

Making an impact from the service line is the goal of every high school volleyball program as a good and effective serve is the foundation for any efficient defensive system. Serving also provides teams with the massive opportunity of scoring points with a single action and these five prospects showed they can do that and more during the 2019 season of the Class 1A in Washington.


Sydney Goad – Libero/Outside Hitter – Senior – Overlake

As a hybrid of libero and outside hitter, Sydney Goad’s main duties with Overlake are on the defensive side of the game. The senior is a stud in the Owls’ defense, but she also plays an important role with the team’s point-scoring as she registered 85 aces (1.5 per set) during the team’s campaign in 2019. Goad has consistently improved her serving game during her high school career and the Owls would love if she had even more success with the skill in 2020.


Kate Piasecki – Setter/Opposite – Junior - Charles Wright

Kate Piasecki is a kind of do-it-all type of talent for Charles Wright. Splitting her time between the setter and opposite positions, the 5’10” junior gets to impact the

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