Posted On: 11/7/20 7:45 PM

  1,000 assists used to be the milestone all setters hoped to obtain, but as the game evolves, so do the leaders of the court.  We have seen a few shifts in this position over the years.  For awhile most teams only used one gifted setter in a 5-1 offense.  Then things moved to a 6-2 as more the popularity of the sport grew; this also meant always having three hitters.  Lately, it seems teams are opting for much taller setters.  In fact, it’s not uncommon for the setter to be as tall as a middle.  

  Now, it seems setters are even more skilled and have multiplied their productivity.  The first is Kenidi McCabe from Mabel Canton.  The class A setter is now a senior but has been setting for the last several years for one of the top programs in the state.  She was pulled up since seventh grade.  The many seasons have allowed her to reach new heights.  On the cougar’s October 31st, McCabe was recognized for reaching her 3,000th set assist..  

 The night she reached a new school record, she only had 10 assists as they are also using her,

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