Posted On: 11/6/20 8:18 AM

We made it! Finally, after all of the social distancing, masking, quarantining, specially-situated benches, NFHS modifications and limited capacities, we are finally at the end of the road that is the Indiana high school volleyball season. With only a few hiccups, we got to this spot with some excellent volleyball, so we’re touching on the players that have made the biggest impact for their teams.

Munster, 33-2

They. Go. Fast. From a former coaches’ perspective, getting a ball quickly to the pins keeps the blockers from not only closing, but blocking at all. Munster’s offense is, for lack of a better term, different than most other offenses in the Hoosier State. This is what explains both of their outsides having hitting percentages north of .350 on the season. Although Haley MelbyHaleyMelby6'1" | OHMunster | 2022StateIN (’22, Iowa commit) is the bigger of the two names, it’s Lourdes TorresLourdesTorres5'9" | OHMunster | 2021StateIN (’21, 5-9, OH) who leads the Mustangs in kills, at nearly four per set while hitting .375. Add libero Sarah MortonSarahMorton5'7" | DSMunster | 2022StateIN (’22, Auburn commit) and her team lead in digs (5.7/set) and aces (79, .8/set), and you can see how high-level this team plays. An epic five-setter in the regional final completed the revenge

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