Posted On: 08/4/20 6:45 AM

Scoring is a key aspect of the game of volleyball. It doesn’t matter how good a team is in defense or if it has a great setter, if it doesn’t score points there’s no way it will win a match. Even though a good offense is the one that involves at least a few players, some hitters naturally are more used by their teams due to their great efficiency and these are five athletes who had these roles at the Class 1B in 2019 and will likely carry the same loads again next season.

 

Gianna Anderson – Outside Hitter - Sophomore – Oakesdale

Gianna Anderson made an excellent impression in her first year playing high school volleyball as she was the scoring force that took Oakesdale to match all the way to the State Championship final, where they lost in a nail-biter to Pomeroy. The 5’7” hitter was a reliable source of points for the Nighthawks and was a factor in the State Championship, consistently registering 15+ kills per match, and was selected to the All-State first team.

 

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

The six-footer Katie Kogler used all of her side and

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