Posted On: 10/9/20 4:41 PM

Allison KoppAllisonKopp5'7" | OHChamplin Park | 2022StateMN only makes a deep Champlin Park Rebels teams deeper, returning from a torn ACL that sidelined her in 2019.

Rebels coach John Yunker describes the junior setter as a “smart player who will run a 5-1 for us this season.” Kopp is among three junior stars who could help the Rebels bounce back from missing the section final for the first time since 2012.

Returning junior stars also in include right-side hitter Ellie SchmidtEllieSchmidt5'10" | OHChamplin Park | 2022StateMN, who give the Rebels a strong, versatile presence around the net. Yunker said she is a “good blocker (and) good hitter who is continuing to hit with more power and range” and also excels in the back row.

Junior libero Kylie StremmelKylieStremmel5'8" | LChamplin Park | 2022StateMN made a splash on varsity in 2019 after moving up from junior varsity. Yunker said she has “great platform awareness, reads well, becoming more of a leader every day.”

Champlin Park has also its share of talented juniors and seniors, none of whom have solidified college volleyball plans.

“We have a couple (seniors) that could play at various levels if they wanted to, but they are still deciding if they want to and if it fits

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