Posted On: 02/22/21 6:30 PM

In a follow-up to the series of Central Zone Invites that invade the Indiana Convention Center, a smaller, more local tournament called the Central Zone Championships includes teams on a more regional level. On Saturday, I had the opportunity to reflect on a few players I saw. Here’s what I found:

Circle City 15 White

Making it to the gold bracket was a tall task for this undersized team, but they still did well enough to perform. Although looking slight, libero Liv Tarter (’23, DS) was responsible for the lion’s share of serve receive and defense, and helped propel this program into the upper echelon of teams in the 15/16 division. Abby SollenbergerAbbySollenberger6'2" | MBBrownsburg | 2024StateIN (’24, MB, 6-0) was a huge part of their offense, as her size and strength made many differences in multiple matches. Setter Macy Chafin (’24, S, 5-8) ran a nice 5-1, and got to a ton of balls the average setter just can’t. I like her footwork and hands, as she had to deal with a ton of out-of-system balls all weekend.

Munciana 15 Warriors

Another undersized team playing with the big girls, the Warriors were led by Lillian Stanton (’24, S, 5-7), a fast and accurate setter that ran

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