Posted On: 10/20/21 2:00 PM

A fair chunk of the 2021 high school volleyball season in the state of Washington is already behind us as teams and players have been battling it out all across the Evergreen State for more than a month now.

Some of the state’s most popular names in the high school volleyball scene have confirmed the high expectations about themselves, producing another season of elite-level performances while some freshmen have also started their careers in the best possible way.

There’s also a third category which is absolutely worth following, which is the one with players who are having career years. These prospects have been with their teams for a season or two but have never produced at the level they are this time around.

In our second article, let’s take a look at some middle blockers who are exceeding expectations:


Riley Clark – Middle Blocker – 2022

Riley Clark has noticeably stepped up her game in her last year of high school volleyball. The 5’11” middle blocker has always been a piece for Lakes but her production with the team reached levels unseen before this season. Her offensive production is already the most significant of her career, with her 155

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