Posted On: 08/14/20 8:05 AM

Making an impact from the service line is the goal of every high school volleyball program as a good and effective serving is the foundation for any efficient defensive system. Serving also provides tams 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 2A in Washington.


Amey Rainaud – Setter – Junior – Burlington-Edison

An All-State second-team selection, Amey Rainaud helped Burlington-Edison to make a State Championship semifinal appearance last year in multiple ways. The 5’6” setter took care of her duties coordinating the team’s offense, but was also instrumental from the service line as she was responsible for 67 of the 267 aces the Tigers scored, averaging 0.7 per set.


Emma SwettEmmaSwett6'1" | MHWoodland | 2021StateWA – Middle-Blocker – Senior - Woodland

Emma SwettEmmaSwett6'1" | MHWoodland | 2021StateWA was Woodland’s leading scorer in 2019 and a fair amount of her points came from the service line as the 6’1” middle-blocker registered 58 aces in the season, averaging 0.8 per set, a massive improvement from the 24 she had in 2018. An All-State honorable mention and’s third-ranked player in the

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