Photo: Ed McReynolds

Posted On: 07/10/20 4:47 PM

With high school season right around the corner (fingers crossed), these three 6A teams are sure to dominate their way to the 6A State Tournament. But just how far will they go? 

Jesuit High School 

Winning back to back State Championships in 2018 and 2019, the Jesuit High School Crusaders have a good shot at winning a third title. Having only lost two seniors, middle blocker Ella Masingale, and defensive specialist Molly Piszczek, most of their starting line up is coming back for the 2020 season. In the middle, Tess MasingaleTessMasingale6'3" | MBJesuit | 2022StateOR, a 6’3” powerhouse who won Player of the Game and All-Tournament First Team last season, will be back to dominate. They will also be returning both of their setters, Alison BuchholzAlisonBuchholz5'7" | SJesuit | 2021StateOR, a recent commit to Washington and Lee University, and Peyton GriffinPeytonGriffin6'0" | SJesuit | 2021StateOR. Their back row is still in good hands, with Maisie AlexanderMaisieAlexander5'6" | DSJesuit | 2022StateOR, the Libero last season, and Hannah NguyenHannahNguyen5'5" | DSJesuit | 2022StateOR returning. The outside attackers, Maddy DowdallMaddyDowdall6'0" | OHJesuit | 2021StateOR and Amanda HenryAmandaHenry5'11" | OHJesuit | 2021StateOR, both in the class of 2021 were vital to their success last season. It will

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