Posted On: 07/14/20 9:54 AM

Everyone loves a big kill on the volleyball court.

The sound of a perfectly hit ball that slams down to the court is a symphony.

In Division 1, you can find plenty of powerful offenses around the state.

There battle to be the top attack this year will be competitive, but here are some teams that could earn that crown in 2020.

Farmington Hills Mercy

The 2019 D1 state champs lost Jess MruzikJessMruzik6'2" | OHMercy | 2020StateMI, one of the state’s best players in history, but the Marlins aren’t lacking in firepower for 2020. In the middle, Mercy has Charli Atiemo and Ellie TiskoEllieTisko6'0" | MHMercy | 2021StateMI, who are as strong as anyone in the state at that position. Kaylin CollinsKaylinCollins5'11" | OHMercy | 2021StateMI is a capable outside coming off a knee injury, but will get a chance to shine in 2020. Leah LaFontaine made some strides as a sophomore and will see an increased load this fall as well. Putting it all together is Julia BishopJuliaBishop5'10" | SMercy | 2021StateMI, one of the best setters in the Midwest.



The Red Arrows were close to a state title in 2019 behind their hitting

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