Posted On: 10/12/20 9:11 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. As our series comes to an end, we’ll touch on Class 4A.



Tahoma’s victory at last year’s State Championship was the coronation of an extremely talented generation of players competing for the team, most notably Player of the Year Chey Jones and All-State first-team selection McKenna Peters. The Lady Bears had, however, a senior-heavy roster in 2019 and with as many as eight players graduating after their victory in Yakima, they will need to get the most out of their younger players to remain in contention for back-to-back victories in the division.


Their three key players are:


Rachel Davis – Outside Hitter – Senior

Rachel Davis was a very important player for Tahoma last year and she’ll need to be even more so next season. With

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