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Posted On: 07/27/20 6:00 PM

Very few athletes specialize as a right-side attacker, especially in high school. It’s an awkward attack to get used to if you are right-handed as the set must cross your shoulder and you are responsible for setting the block up against most teams most frequent and powerful attacker: the outside hitter. With only seven right side attackers in the state of Oregon, they really are the few but the mighty. Below are the three right-side attackers in Oregon from the class of 2021 and 2022. 

Class of 2021

Kendall KaelinKendallKaelin6'2" | RSLake Oswego | 2021StateOR, 6’2", RS, Lake Oswego High School, Dakine Beach, University of Hawaii 

Kaelin was a steady force for the Lake Oswego High School Lakers, putting up a huge block on the right side. Training year-round at Dakine Beach in Tacoma she recently committed to the Univesity of Hawaii for sand volleyball. Her beach training translates well to the court as she has a plethora of shots and is able to see holes in the opponent’s defense. This, combined with her whip of an arm, makes her a lethal attacker. For

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