Posted On: 07/30/20 11:26 AM

Class 3A will see a handful of teams return a good core of their 2019 rosters that should have them competing well into the postseason. Here are four teams that will likely boast some of the best defense and ball control.

Eagan Wildcats
Eagan again will feature one of the most imposing blocks in the state with the likes of Nebraska-bound and all-everything Kennedi OrrKennediOrr6'0" | SEagan | 2021StateMN and the sheer athleticism of rising junior Sienna IfillSiennaIfill6'1" | RSEagan | 2022StateMN on the right pin. These two get up and over the net fast, not giving hitters a lot of space to swing. Add the physicality and size of their middles in 6’6 Kendal KempKendalKemp6'6" | MBEagan | 2022StateMN and 6’2 Abigail MoeAbigailMoe6'2" | MHEagan | 2021StateMN closing down hitters and the advantage is often in Eagan’s favor. They have good size on the left side as well with a returning tandem in 6’0 Emma BerranEmmaBerran6'0" | SEagan | 2022StateMN and 5’11 Delaney FoersterDelaneyFoerster6'0" | OHEagan | 2021StateMN providing some veteran experience on that side of the court. The Wildcats lost a terrific libero from 2019 to graduation but will fill that role with one of the best in the class of 2022 in Simara AmadorSimaraAmador5'7" | LEagan | 2022StateMN. At 5’5,

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