Posted On: 07/21/20 11:41 AM

The final season of a high school volleyball career is a memorable one for every student-athlete. It marks the end of an important cycle in their lives and hopefully the start of a new one at the collegiate level. Every player wants to end their high school career playing well, but not all of them get to do it. These five ladies, though, have strongly indicated they will have great performances in their farewell season in 2020.

 

Adele Holland – Setter – Puyallup

Adele Holland was among the top setters in Washington during both the 2018 and 2019 seasons. In both occasions, the 5’8” Puyallup setter led the entire state in assists with nearly identical marks (1,099 in 2018 and 1,110 in 2019). On both occasions the Vikings made it to the State Championship and they could be headed there again in 2020, when Holland ends her high school career.

 

Charity Hines – Middle-Blocker - Steilacoom

Charity Hines has been a factor for Steilacoom at the net during the last two seasons of high school volleyball. In 2018, her sophomore year, the 6’4” player ranked 17th in the entire state with 76 blocking points. Her game continued

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