Posted On: 07/25/20 7:55 AM

In sports, it’s common to say that some teams are so close together that they look like families. Sometimes, that expression is actually the truth as in high school volleyball several players get to share the courts with their sisters.

That was the case for these four families in the 2019 season in Washington and these sisters pairings will come back when the 2020 season starts.

 

LouEllen Reed and Jessie Reed – Oakesdele

Oakesdele made a run to the State Championship final in the 1B Class in 2019 but saw their title aspirations come short by the hands of Pomeroy. Their campaign was powered by the great game of the Reed sisters. Junior setter LouEllen and freshman outside hitter Jessie were among the Nighthawks key players and they both made it to the All-State first team alongside two of their teammates.

 

Hailey BrockwayHaileyBrockway6'0" | OHGraham-Kapowskin | 2023WA and Madison Brockway – Graham-Kapowsin

The Brockway sisters were vital in Graham-Kapowsin’s 2019, which ended with a third-place finish at the State Championship in the 4A Class. The efforts of freshman outside hitter Hailey, an All-State first-team selection and the player with the third-most kills (472), and junior libero Madison, the state’s

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