Posted On: 08/7/20 8:00 AM

Making an impact from the service line is the goal of every high school volleyball program as a good and effective serve is the foundation for any efficient defensive system. Serving also provides teams with the massive opportunity of scoring points with a single action and these five prospects showed they can do that and more during the 2019 season of the Class 1B in Washington.

 

Mabrie Richards – Middle-Blocker – Junior – Three Rivers Christian

Mabrie Richards was phenomenal from the service line to Three Rivers Christian in 2019. The 5’8” middle-blocker was a nightmare for teams across the net because of her deadly serves, which earned the Eagles impressive 100 points last season. Richards registered a good amount of those aces when she scored 21 points from the service line against Mary M. Knight – in that match more than half of her serves became direct points for the Eagles.

 

Vanessa Ayres - Middle-Blocker – Sophomore – Republic

Vanessa Ayres’ 34 aces during the 2019 season might seem unimpressive at first, but when put into context, they show how dangerous of a server the Republic prospect is. A middle-blocker for the Tigers, Ayres had just 68

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