Posted On: 09/23/20 9:48 AM

The next high school volleyball season won’t start in Washington until March 2021, but there’s absolutely no reason why we should wait until there to know more about the best teams in each class. In this series, we’ll dissect each of the state’s six divisions by analyzing the top teams and the most promising players and what we can expect from them when the balls are finally allowed to fly. In the third week of our series, we present Class 2A.



No team has been as solid as Burlington-Edison in the division as of lately. The Tigers have been among the top-eight in class 2A in each of the last ten years, winning five State Championships along the way. The absence of graduated All-State first-team middle-blocker Katie King, the Tigers’ star on their fourth-place campaign last season, will certainly be a problem, but Burlington-Edison still has just enough talent to remain among the division’s elite.


Their three key players are:


Amey Rainaud – Setter – Junior

Amey Rainaud was an integral part of Burlington-Edison’s success last season as she was easily one of the top setters in the division with impressive 921 assists. The 5’6” prospect

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