Miller and Tetzlaff

Posted On: 11/13/20 7:01 AM

Over the last few months, we’ve provided you a lot of information about who are the players you won’t want to miss when the high school volleyball season starts in Washington next March. First we broke the players down by division and then we switched gears to analyze who are expected to be the most outstanding athletes in the top teams of each of those divisions.

For the next several weeks, we’ll dive even deeper, taking a closer look at each of the 46 district leagues in the state of Washington and pointing out the players we believe will be worth your attention in the near future.

District 1B North Olympic will stage competition between four high schools and some of their players with the greatest upside are:


Koren Cumming – Middle-Blocker – Sophomore – Clallam Bay

Koren Cumming has a bright future ahead of her and she showed some glimpses of the player she can become last season, when she managed to play an integral role in a decent Clallam Bay campaign in her first year of high school volleyball. The 5’10” middle-blocker is already a factor at the net with her blocking and hitting, skills that took

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