Posted On: 07/17/21 8:21 PM

Wayne High School is a team that may surpise some opponents this season. Having only won two matches over the past two seasons, including finishing 0-16 in a shortened 2020 campaign, the Warriors are poised to bring an improved mindset and style to their play and competitiveness. Head coach Sarah Miller, who also leads Western Buckeye Volleyball club, has been working to rebuild the culture at Wayne and should see some much improved execution and results this fall season. The Warriors have a core group of athletes that should do most of their work and it starts with a group that collectively passes well and should make plays defensively and extend points. Offensively, they have a trio of capable arms that should increase efficiency and points scoring across the front row. I recently spent nearly a week in the gym with the Warriors and saw some great progress in all areas of the game in a short amount of time. Along with their defense, the other exciting element of this program is that they have a nice collection of younger players that are athletic, have good skills, and have increased this program's presence in the club volleyball scene. Here are

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