Posted On: 08/8/20 9:20 AM

High school volleyball won’t start in Washington until March, but we’re all so much ready for it! We can’t help but think about which teams will play the best volleyball and which players will set themselves apart from the competition when the balls are finally allowed to start flying. It’s way too early, I know, but here are my best guesses about who will make it to the All-State Team in the class 1B next season. 


Gianna Anderson – Outside Hitter – Sophomore - Oakesdale

Gianna Anderson was instrumental in Oakesdale’s run to the State Championship final in 2019, when she was a freshman. The 5’7” outside hitter showed a great all-around game, being a key part of everything the Nighthawks did both on offense and defense. With her first high school volleyball season under her belt, Anderson, who was an All-State first team member in 2019, should have no trouble in returning to the same spot in 2020.


Bree Dawson – Outside Hitter – Senior – Selkirk

Selkirk’s dreams of making it to the State Championship in 2019 came up short, but not because of Bree Dawson’s efforts.  The 5’9” outside hitter had a prolific junior season

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