Posted On: 02/9/21 7:10 AM

The championship contenders in Division 3 and Division 4 weren’t overly loaded with many underclassmen in Battle Creek, but there were still some young names to keep an eye on.

Here’s a look at the impact underclassmen from D3 and D4.

Division 3

Schoolcraft

Schoolcraft used a pair of sophomore outside hitters to compliment their talented middles in the Division 3 championship.

Allison Bailey and Camden Bruner each had seven swings in the final and are likely to be focal points of the offense in 2021. They also combined for eight digs, showcasing the ability to play in the front or back row.

Beaverton

The Beavers had a veteran squad get them back to Battle Creek this season, but still brought in a few underclassmen contributors.

Sophomore outside Faith Danielak had five kills against SMCC, finishing second on the team for the match.

Fellow sophomore Leiyah Mungin had a couple of kills while adding in eight digs. Both should be taking on a bigger role in the years to come.

Division 4

Battle Creek St. Philip

Kate Doyle

The Fighting Tigers were a pretty young team, but still managed

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