Posted On: 07/26/20 9:20 AM

One outstanding hitter can carry a team’s offense for the most part of a season, but when matches get tighter, it normally takes a least two attacking options to take a team to victory in volleyball. These three teams seem to be equipped to succeed in the 2020 season in the state of Washington because they have interesting attacking pairings to work with.

 

Reaghan Naboychik and Abbie Harrell – Ellenburg

Outside hitter Reaghan Naboychik and Abbie Harrell accounted for more than half of Ellenburg’s 1,062 kills in 2019 and were instrumental to the Bulldogs’ run to the 2A Class State Championship final. The 5’8” sophomore Naboychik led the team in kills with 282 and made it to the All-State second team while 5’9” freshman registered 277 kills and earned a first-team appearance. They had both remarkable performances in the opening match of the State Championship, when they combined for 38 kills against North Kitsap.

 

Samaya MorinSamayaMorin6'1" | OHLake Stevens | 2021StateWA and Karli TriKarliTri6'2" | MHLake Stevens | 2021StateWA – Lake Stevens

 The offensive efficiencies of juniors outside hitter Samaya MorinSamayaMorin6'1" | OHLake Stevens | 2021StateWA and middle-blocker Karli TriKarliTri6'2" | MHLake Stevens | 2021StateWA were instrumental in the success of Lake Stevens last season. A runner-up at the 4A

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