Posted On: 08/2/20 8:20 AM

It happens every season. While most of the top performers of a high school volleyball season are deservedly awarded a spot in the All-State team, a few others fly under-the-radar and put up big numbers in a more quiet way. That was the case with these five players, so keep an eye on them when the 2020 season starts for the Class 1A in Washington.

 

Hailey Ro – Setter – Junior – Bellevue Christian

Hailey Ro was probably the best setter not to make the All-State team in 2019. Her 430 assists and her average of 6.4 per set were on par with the best in the division and she still had the added bonus of being an efficient server, registering 43 aces during the season. Her connection with star outside hitter Cora ter Kuile should prove again vital for the Vikings in the upcoming season.

 

Grace Powell – Middle-Blocker/Right Sider – Junior – La Center   

Grace Powell was a great partner for La Center’s star Tiffany ChandlerTiffanyChandler5'10" | OHLa Center | 2021StateWA in 2019. While the All-State outside had the most kills for the Wildcats last season, the six-footer Powell topped the charts in aces (35) and blocks (60).

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