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Posted On: 07/6/21 7:58 AM

Now that we’ve covered the favorites in 1A, it’s time to move on to the 2A group I’ve tabbed as must-see. We start with the Central Indiana Conference champion Tigers of Alexandria. A five-set loss to 2A power Wapahani in the sectional is all that separated them from a deep run in the postseason. Because of Wapahani’s tournament success factor, they won’t play each other again until the fall of ’23; Wapahani moves up to 3A for the next few years. Does this mean Alexandria can go on a run with this solid senior class?

’22, Taylor Stinefield Taylor Stinefield 5'7" | OH Alexandria | 2022 State IN , 5-7 MB/OH

I always edge towards kids that can lead a team physically rather than emotionally. In Taylor’s case, she’s both, and will be relied upon one more time for the Tigers this fall. Her tennis background makes her footwork flawless, and carries a heavy arm to go along with her ability to get to any ball defensively at the net. She’ll most likely play middle for the Tigers this fall, but the next level will probably have her be a pin attacker.

’22, Olivia Hall, 5-7 OH

As a Munciana-trained kid, Olivia played as a primary attacker for the

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