Posted On: 08/26/21 9:39 AM

The GWOC has traditionally hosted solid team and individual talent as part of the southwest area of Ohio. This 2021 season is no different. Here are teams that should contend well for the league title along with key athletes to keep an eye on over the next several weeks of GWOC play.

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Centerville Elks
The Elks arrive at the 2021 season as a clear favorite to win the GWOC. They return a solid core from a successful 2020 campaign that saw them finish 17-3 in conference play and 19-6 overall. Leading the way is senior setter Hannah Golden Hannah Golden 5'10" | S Centerville | 2022 State OH . The Elks’ lone representative on the first-team all-league team in 2020, she provides quality floor leadership and command of her offense. She has a few key arms that provide size, length, and variety in their ability to score from pin to pin. Junior Nicole Sargent Nicole Sargent 6'1" | RS Centerville | 2023 State OH was a second-team all-league honoree in 2020 and may see opportunity at the right side and in the middle, exemplifying her versatility to fill multiple roles. She has good experience and provides an athletic and physical presence at the net on both sides of the ball. A key newcomer for

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