Posted On: 08/6/20 7:55 AM

One of the most exciting parts of any volleyball match, blocking is an important skill in any team’s defensive system. A good presence at the net is vital for teams willing to make deep runs in tournaments and these five schools will have some of the best in business at the  Washington state Class 1B in the upcoming season.


Katie Kogler – Middle-Blocker – Senior – Firm Foundation Christian

Katie Kogler did all you would expect from an elite middle-blocker for Firm Foundation Christian in 2019 and some other things you wouldn’t, but she did particularly well in the main task of anyone who plays the position – blocking. The six-footer prospect roofed Eagles’ opponents on average once each set, ending the season with 79 stuffs. An All-State second team member, Kogler was on fire in the match that secured her team the seventh place at the State Championship, when she registered eight blocks against Providence Classical Christian.


Anna Williams – Middle-Blocker – Senior – Pateros

A volleyball and track and field student-athlete, Anna Williams combined the skills she learned in both sports to be a factor at the net for Pateros in 2019. The tallest player in

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