Posted On: 07/25/21 7:05 AM

We’ve officially reached the end of the summer league. The Academy Volleyball Club put on a great tournament yesterday, involving 35 teams from all over the state. This gave me the opportunity to see a few more schools (and players) that I wouldn’t normally see. 

Going into this fall, I knew there might be a massive question mark with the Shamrocks. Graduating twelve (!!!) from last season, who could possibly step in and replace, let alone recreate, the production from their 21-8 record of a year ago? The immediate answer to that question is Logan Mapes (’22, 5-7 S), definitely one of the starting setters in the ’Rocks 6-2 they’ll most likely run. Her footwork is flawless, she gets to seemingly every ball, and defends better than average for her position and class. Being one of only two rising seniors from a season ago, Logan will be asked to lead this young squad. For set one in their first match against Lawrence North, Logan’s counterpart was Lily Stanton (’24, 5-7 S), who, in this author’s estimation, looks to be still growing---as in taller. She takes long strides to get to out-of-system balls, leads by example, and locates the ball quite well no matter the

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