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Extending the Season: No Sierra Canyon-Sheldon trilogy, but three fantastic finishes - HIGHSCORE
Extending the Season: No Sierra Canyon-Sheldon trilogy, but three fantastic finishes
Video: Sierra Canyon wins at buzzer
Trailblazers advance to state in dramatic fashion.

The lights at Golden 1 Center, home of the Sacramento Kings, have never shined so bright for a high school event.
 
In each of the past two seasons, the star-studded boys basketball team from Sierra Canyon (Chatsworth, Calif.) played against hometown Sheldon (Sacramento). The energy and excitement was palpable for the games that capped the CIF's 12-game state basketball championships.

The Trailblazers brought an entourage that included former NBA players and Hollywood celebrities, who sat courtside for all to see.

They are high school basketball's version of the Showtime Lakers.

The hometown fans walked away disappointed each of the past two seasons as the flashy visitors showed more than just a little glitz — Sierra Canyon won each game handily, 76-52 and 75-62. But Huskies were hopeful that with a strong cast returning, including Marcus Bagley, younger brother of Kings' star Marvin Bagley, they would return in 2020 to flip those results.

The Huskies and Trailblazers appeared on a collision course before the coronavirus pandemic struck the country full force last week.

Sierra Canyon, featuring 5-star prospects in Ziaire Williams, Brandon Boston Jr. and Amari Bailey, plus the sons of LeBron James (Bronny James) and Dwyane Wade (Zaire Wade), captured its third straight Southern California regional title in the most dramatic way possible.
This buzzer beater by Ziaire Williams against Etiwanda would turn out to be the last shot of the season for Sierra Canyon.
Photo by Louis Lopez
This buzzer beater by Ziaire Williams against Etiwanda would turn out to be the last shot of the season for Sierra Canyon.
The Trailblazers pulled off a 63-61 stunner over Etiwanda as Williams, a McDonald's All-American, finished off a 13-0 run to close the game with a fade-away, 17-foot swish at the buzzer to set off a wild celebration.

"It was truly surreal," Sierra Canyon coach Andre Chevalier said a week after the shot. "How magical was it for us to just fight all the way back from that seemingly endless hole? And then to win it on that shot by Ziaire. Truly surreal."

Sheldon's path to the Northern California finals was similarly unlikely — perhaps even more so.

One week before the finals, the plug was pulled on the Huskies' season after a student in Sheldon's district was quarantined as a precaution for coronavirus.

Two days of public outcry and political pressure led to top-seeded Sheldon being reinstated, but the Huskies found themselves down eight late on the road in the semifinals against a very determined Dublin squad.

Yet, they fought back to win 65-64, powered by Bagley's 27 points that included an improbable go-ahead shot with 17.5 seconds remaining.

"I'm proud of all of our guys, our team," Bagley told Joe Davidson of the Sacramento Bee. "I'm happy. We've been resilient all year. Learned a lot about our team. We're built for this. That's why this game meant so much."

That win vaulted Sheldon in the semifinals against another team built on great resolve, the Bishop O'Dowd (Oakland) Dragons. Winners of 18 straight games after a 5-7 start, O'Dowd looked capable of derailing the Sierra Canyon-Sheldon trilogy.

The Dragons had one the top freshman in the country, 6-foot-8 14-year-old forward Jalen Lewis, one of the state's top juniors in Marsalis Roberson and Cal signee Monty Bowser, as well as their own motivation.

It was five years ago that Ivan Rabb sank a game-winning free throw with less than a second to play to shock Mater Dei (Santa Ana) in the state final. A book "Dragon Hoops," was supposed to be released on the anniversary of that game, and O'Dowd was bent on repeating the feat.

It would have been a tall order, but O'Dowd was at the top of its game after a decisive 13-point road win over second seed Archbishop Mitty in the NorCal semifinals.

"As far as I'm concerned, this is our last game," O'Dowd coach Lou Richie said after the game. "Tomorrow is not promised."

Turned out, Richie called it.

The morning of the delayed O'Dowd-Sheldon NorCal finals on March 12, CIF Executive Director Ron Nocetti canceled that game and the weekend's 2020 state championship games.

"While we understand this decision is disappointing, we strongly believe that the opportunity to compete in this event does not outweigh our obligation to place the health and safety of our member schools and school communities above all else," he said.

No Sheldon-Sierra Canyon trilogy. No O'Dowd epilogue. No Trailblazers' three-peat.

All three coaches lamented the disappointment — how thrilling it would have been to watch all those talented athletes under the simmering spotlight.

But each coach recognized the bigger picture — health and safety. They also found silver linings in ending on a high note.

Sheldon coach Joey Rollings focused on how his team inspired a community to keep them in the tournament, and how the Huskies reciprocated with a likewise effort, without practicing for three days.

"My kids never quit," Rollings told the Bee's Davidson. "We got to go out on an exciting note. We wish we could play another game, but we can't control that. Our kids seem to understand. They're disappointed, but kids are resilient." 

Richie had a similar message for his Dragons, who featured seven seniors.

"A lot of the kids were very upset," Richie said. "They're hurt. Disappointed. I tried to convey that they had a great season. It's disappointing it ended that way, but don't let things you can't control get you down. Besides that, when we focus on our last game, it couldn't have gone any better. If we played like that in the NorCal or state finals, we definitely would have had a shot."

Teams took their best shot at Sierra Canyon all season, Chevalier said. The Trailblazers had a giant "X" on their back from Day One.

Despite that target they finished 30-4, No. 15 in the final MaxPreps national rankings and won section and regional titles.

"It's always great to win your last game and the way we did was amazing," Chevalier said. "We would have loved to be able and play that last game to try to three-peat as state champion. But sometimes life takes priority over sport. We want our country and this world to be safe.

"All that said, going 30-4 this season, starting in China and going all over the U.S. with a big target on our back is a great testament to who we are as a team. I'm super proud of how they reacted to all they had to deal with, and then to play our best basketball at the end of the season was very special. It is a very special group."
2021 NFL Draft: IMG Academy breaks high school record with seven former players selected - HIGHSCORE
2021 NFL Draft: IMG Academy breaks high school record with seven former players selected
Coming off a 2020 national championship crowned by MaxPreps, IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla.) added another impressive feat once the 2021 NFL Draft concluded in Cleveland. They had seven players selected breaking the record for most picks by a high school in a single draft. 

The selection of tight end Tre' McKitty by the Los Angeles Chargers late the third round gave IMG Academy its fifth former player, breaking the previous mark of four.

The Ascenders had two more players selected during the final day of the draft when the Kansas City Chiefs selected defensive end Joshua Kaindoh with the last pick of the fourth round at No. 144. Long snapper Thomas Fletcher was taken by the Carolina Panthers in the sixth round with the 222nd pick.

The previous record was four set by the same Ascenders (in 2020) and St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.) in 2014.

Cornerback Greg Newsome II started IMG's run on Thursday with his selection by the Cleveland Browns in the first round (26th pick overall). The rest of the Ascenders went in the third round on Friday. 

The Jacksonville Jaguars selected defensive back Andre Cisco with the first pick at No. 65 and Minnesota promptly went after quarterback Kellen Mond at No. 66. Defending Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay chose offensive guard Robert Hainsey at No. 95 and McKitty finished things off Friday for the Ascenders at No. 97.
Quarterback Kellen Mond was one of four former IMG Academy players selected during the second day of the 2021 NFL Draft on Friday.
File photo by Louis Lopez
Quarterback Kellen Mond was one of four former IMG Academy players selected during the second day of the 2021 NFL Draft on Friday.
Cisco, Fletcher, Hainsey, Kaindoh, McKitty and Mond all played on IMG Academy's 2016 team that went 11-0 and finished No. 3 in the MaxPreps national Top 25. The Ascenders had notable wins that season against Grayson (Loganville, Ga.), Long Beach Poly (Calif.), St. Frances Academy (Baltimore) and St. John's (Washington, D.C.), but their biggest victory came in California, 50-49, against Centennial (Corona) in one of the best high school football games over the last decade.

Cisco and Newsome were part of the 2017 IMG team that went 9-0 and finished No. 2 in the nation. Over the last three drafts, 13 former Ascenders have had their names called at the draft, including Grant Delpit, KJ Hamler, K.J. Osborne and Cesar Ruiz, all in 2020, after Hjalte Froholdt and Isaac Nauta were picked in 2019.

American Heritage (Plantation) finished the draft with the second most selections of all-time with six.

Patrick Surtain II was the first player selected from Florida at No. 9 overall by the Denver Broncos. Tyson Campbell went to Jacksonville at No. 33 and Cleveland selected Anthony Schwartz at No. 91. Marco Wilson became the third defensive back from the Patriots selected in the fourth round by the Arizona Cardinals at No. 136. Tedarrell Slaton was selected in the fifth round and Khalil Herbert went in round six.

National power St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.) was the only other school with at least three players selected. Elijah Moore and Asante Samuel Jr. were both taken in the second round while Josh Palmer went in round three. The Raiders entered the 2020 season with most high school alums on NFL rosters with 11. 

Milaysia Fulwiley named 2020-21 HIGHSCORE South Carolina High School Girls Basketball Player of the Year - HIGHSCORE
Milaysia Fulwiley named 2020-21 MaxPreps South Carolina High School Girls Basketball Player of the Year
Each year since 2006, MaxPreps has recognized outstanding performers in high school basketball. America's source for high school sports continues the tradition to close out the 2020-21 season by naming the top player in each state. Selections are based on team success and individual excellence, in addition to local and state accolades.

Milaysia Fulwiley of Keenan (Columbia) is the 2020-21 MaxPreps South Carolina High School Girls Basketball Player of the Year. The 5-foot-7 sophomore led the Raiders to the Class 4A state championship, where she tallied 29 points, seven steals and six assists in a win over Bishop England.

For the season, Fulwiley averaged 25.9 points, 6.9 assists, 5.7 rebounds and 5.2 steals per game. She also shot 42 percent from 3-point distance.

Fulwiley joined the Keenan varsity as a seventh grader and as an eighth grader played a key role on a state championship team. Her all-around talents and precocious ability led to a No. 3 ranking in the Class of 2023 by ESPN Hoopgurlz.

Each state's MaxPreps Player of the Year will be considered for inclusion in the MaxPreps All-America Team.
High school softball: Pitchers with most career no-hitters - HIGHSCORE
High school softball: Pitchers with most career no-hitters
High school softball made a big move in 2010. A move of three feet. The National Federation of High Schools changed the distance from the pitching rubber to the plate from 40 feet to 43 feet in 2010 and as a result, the number of pitchers posting no-hitters has drastically changed.

MaxPreps has compiled a list of pitchers with 30 or more career no-hitters. Of the 35 pitchers on the list, only four had the majority of their career fall after the 2010 season.

Ashley Brignac of John Curtis Christian (River Ridge, La.) set the national record of 58, breaking the old mark of 50 held by fellow Louisiana native Candice Carnahan of Barbe. Brignac had two no-hitters as a freshman, 17 as a sophomore, 18 as a junior and 21 as a senior. She might have had more as a freshman, but she backed up state player of the year Jessica Barksdale.

Brignac received a challenge from Alexis Silkwood of Marquette (Alton, Illinois) in 2013 when she finished her career with 54 no-hitters between 2010 and 2013. Silkwood had 19 no-hitters as a junior, 15 as a senior and 10 each as a sophomore and freshman. She went on to set school records at Mississippi State.

Michele Granger of Valencia (Placentia, Calif.) was the first pitcher with more than 30 no-hitters. She graduated in 1988 with 36 no-hitters before heading to Cal-Berkeley, where she was a four-time All-American. Lisa Fernandez of St. Joseph (Lakewood, Calif.), a future four-time All-American at UCLA, and De De Weiman of Gahr (Cerritos, Calif.), both finished their careers with 37 career no-hitters in 1989. Carnahan took over the lead two years later in 1991.

Sources for the list include the NFHS record book, state association websites, Cal-Hi Sports record book by Mark and Nelson Tennis, the MaxPreps leaderboards and various newspapers accessed by newspapers.com. For any corrections or additions, e-mail Kevin Askeland at [email protected]
Rachelle Fico, Masuk
File photo by Kathleen Nowak
Rachelle Fico, Masuk
Most career no-hitters
1.    58 — Ashley Brignac, John Curtis Christian (River Ridge, La.), 2004-07
2.    54 — Alexis Silkwood, Marquette Catholic (Alton, Ill.), 2010-13
3.    50 — Candice Carnahan, Barbe (Lake Charles, La.), 1988-91
4.    46 — Rachelle Fico, Masuk (Monroe, Conn.), 2006-09
5.    44 — Nicole Williams, Our Lady of the Lakes (Waterford, Mich.), 1990-93
6.    43 — Alicia Hollowell, Fairfield (Calif.), 1999-2002
6.    43 — Stacy Delaney, Freeland (Mich.), 2002-05
8.    42 — Courtney Repka, East Bernard (Texas), 2006-09
9.    41 — Kirsten Allen, Ryle (Union, Ky.), 2004-08
10.    40 — Michelle Martin, Columbia Community (Iowa), 1988-92
10.    40 — Christina Hamilton, Rosepine (La.), 2007-10
10.    40 — Rachel Fox, Fort Bend Christian Academy (Sugar Land, Texas), 2008-11
10.    40 — Ashley Lewis, Central (Baton Rouge, La.), 1994-97
14.   39 — Jan Bice, Woodward-Granger (Woodward, Iowa), 1996-99
14.   39 — Montana Fouts, East Carter (Grayson, Ky.), 2012-18
16.   38 — Dylan Mathis, Roxana (Ill.), 2002-05
16.   38 — Lauren Millsaps, Cherokee County (Centre, Ala.), 2006-11
18.   37 — Dallas Escobedo, St. Mary (Phoenix, Ariz.), 2007-10
18.   37 — Lisa Fernandez, Saint Joseph (Lakewood, Calif.), 1986-89
18.   37 — De De Weiman, Gahr (Cerritos, Calif.), 1986-89
18.   37 — Crystal Cox, Central Cabarrus (Concord, N.C.), 1999-2002
18.   37 — Allison Crouse, Fort Worth Christian (North Richland Hills, Texas), 2000-2003
23.   36 — Michele Granger, Valencia (Placentia, Calif.), 1985-88
23.   36 — Jessica Barksdale, John Curtis Christian (River Ridge, La.), 2001-04
25.   35 — Jenny Mackson, Pinconning (Mich.), 1997-2000
26.   34 — Hilary Phillips, Ider (Ider, Ala.), 2004-09
27.   33 — Marissa Marzan, Bullard (Fresno, Calif.), 1998-2001
27.   33 — Jessica Moore, Sutter (Calif.), 2006-09
27.   33 — Grace Baalman, Calhoun (Hardin, Ill.), 2014-17
30.   32 — Holly Aprile, Afton (N.Y.), 1985-88
30.   32 — Megan Elliott, Calvert (Prince Frederick, Md.), 2003-06
32.   31 — Brandy Bailey, Northside (Roanoke, Va.), 1998-2001
32.   31 — Heidi Warmelink, Wayland (Mich.), 2007-10
34.   30 — Marci Whitehead, Damascus (Md.), 1989-92
34.   30 — Jocelyn Forrest, Righetti (Santa Maria, Calif.), 1995-98
34.   30 — Anjelica Selden, Vanden (Fairfield, Calif.), 2000-02
34.   30 — Jessica Jones, Grace Community (Tyler, Texas), 2000-03
34.   30 — Gina Allen, Central Cabarrus (Concord, N.C.), 2003-06
34.   30 — Kenzie Fowler, Canyon del Oro (Tucson, Ariz.), 2006-09
34.   30 — Leanna Johnson, Brantley (Ala.), 2013-18

Editor's note: Corrections have been made to the original story to include totals for Ashley Brignac, Dallas Escobedo, Ashley Lewis, Allison Crouse and Rachel Fox.

HIGHSCORE/AVCA Players of the Week for September 13, 2020 - HIGHSCORE
MaxPreps/AVCA Players of the Week for September 13, 2020

MaxPreps/AVCA
HIGH SCHOOL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK


Alabama
Kamble Frenette


Spanish Fort High School (Spanish Fort, AL), 16 - 7

6'1" Senior, OH

Week of September 7 – September 13, 2020: 9 Sets Played
Stats
Kills: 55
Kills/Game: 6.11
Digs: 37
Digs/Game: 4.11
Receptions: 43
Rcpt/Game: 4.78
Aces: 5
Blocks: 3

Arkansas
Jada Lawson

North Little Rock High School (North Little Rock, AR), 4 - 2

5'7" Senior, OH, S

Week of September 7 – September 13, 2020: 6 Sets Played
Stats
Kills: 29
Kills/Game: 4.83
Digs: 13
Digs/Game: 2.17
Receptions: 8
Rcpt/Game: 1.33
Aces: 2
Blocks: 1

Florida
Skylar English


Barron Collier High School (Naples, FL), 2 - 0

6'1" Senior, OH,RS,S

Week of September 7 – September 13, 2020: 7 Sets Played
Stats
Kills: 53
Kills/Game: 7.57
Digs: 23
Digs/Game: 3.29
Receptions: 36
Rcpt/Game: 5.14
Aces: 9
Blocks: 3

Georgia
Claire Lewis


McIntosh High School (Peachtree City, GA), 13 - 0

5'10" Senior, S

Week of September 7 – September 13, 2020: 3 Sets Played
Stats:
Assists: 44
Assists/Game: 14.67
Team Hitting%: 0.408
Digs: 8
Digs/Game: 2.67
Blocks: 1

Idaho
Piper Newton


Twin Falls High School (Twin Falls, ID), 12-5

5'7" Senior, S,OPP

Week of September 7 – September 13, 2020: 19 Sets Played
Stats:
Assists: 158
Assists/Game: 8.3
Team Hitting%: 0.180
Digs: 28
Digs/Game: 1.48
Aces: 15
Blocks: 2

Iowa
Jazlin De haan

MOC-Floyd Valley High School (Orange City, IA), 9 - 3

6'1" Senior, OH

Week of September 7 – September 13, 2020: 6 Sets Played
Stats
Kills: 24
Kills/Game: 4
Digs: 17
Digs/Game: 2.83
Blocks: 3

Indiana

Barr-Reeve High School (Montgomery, IN), 16 - 2

5'9" Senior, OH

Week of September 7 – September 13, 2020: 14 Sets Played
Stats
Kills: 97
Kills/Game: 6.93
Digs: 52
Digs/Game: 3.71
Receptions: 26
Rcpt/Game: 1.86
Aces: 3
Blocks: 3

Kansas
Keyana Cruse


Bonner Springs High School (Bonner Springs, KS), 6 - 1

6'1" Senior, OH

Week of September 7 – September 13, 2020: 15 Sets Played
Stats
Kills: 89
Kills/Game: 5.93
Digs: 59
Digs/Game: 3.93
Receptions: 31
Rcpt/Game: 2.07
Aces: 10
Blocks: 9

Kentucky
Tess Schrenger

Sacred Heart Academy (Louisville, KY), 3 - 2

5'10" Junior, OH

Week of September 7 – September 13, 2020: 13 Sets Played
Stats
Kills: 65
Kills/Game: 5
Digs: 48
Digs/Game: 3.67
Receptions: 60
Rcpt/Game: 4.62
Aces: 2
Blocks: 4

Louisiana
Rachel Hartmann

Pope John Paul II High School (Slidell, LA), 1 - 1

5'9" Senior, MB,OH

Week of September 7 – September 13, 2020: 8 Sets Played
Stats
Kills: 66
Kills/Game: 8.25
Digs: 33
Digs/Game: 4.125
Aces: 4
Blocks: 5

Michigan
Raegan Murphy


Montague High School (Montague, MI), 6-1

5'9" Senior, S

Week of September 7 – September 13, 2020: 9 Sets Played
Stats:
Assists: 102
Assists/Game: 11.3
Team Hitting%: 0.235
Digs: 17
Digs/Game: 1.89
Aces: 4
Blocks: 2

Mississippi
Alaijiah Rose

Lake Cormorant High School (Lake Cormorant, MS), 8 - 10

6'1" Senior, OH

Week of September 7 – September 13, 2020: 17 Sets Played
Stats
Kills: 80
Kills/Game: 4.71
Digs: 20
Digs/Game: 1.18
Receptions: 12
Rcpt/Game: 0.71
Aces: 17
Blocks: 12

Missouri

Eldon High School (Eldon, MO), 7 - 2
5'11" Junior, OH,OPP,MH

Week of September 7 – September 13, 2020: 20 Sets Played
Stats
Kills: 126
Kills/Game: 6.3
Digs: 67
Digs/Game: 3.35
Receptions: 13
Rcpt/Game: 0.65
Aces: 8
Blocks: 15

Montana
Audrey Hofer

Capital High School (Helena, MT), 2-0

5'8" Senior, S

Week of September 7 – September 13, 2020: 6 Sets Played
Stats:
Assists: 56
Assists/Game: 9.3
Team Hitting%: 0.226
Digs: 9
Digs/Game: 1.5
Aces: 0
Blocks: 4

Nebraska
Natalie Siegel

Pleasanton High School (Pleasanton, NE), 8-0

5'5 Senior, S

Week of September 7 – September 13, 2020: 12 Sets Played
Stats:
Assists: 150
Assists/Game: 12.5
Team Hitting%: 0.329
Digs: 25
Digs/Game: 2.08
Aces: 4
Blocks: 5

North Carolina
Faith Hauser

Union Grove Christian High School (Lexington, NC), 5 - 0

5'5 Senior, OH,DS

Week of September 7 – September 13, 2020: 9 Sets Played
Stats
Kills: 19
Kills/Game: 2.1
Digs: 6
Digs/Game: 0.67
Receptions: 20
Rcpt/Game: 2.22
Aces: 15
Blocks: 4

North Dakota
Haley Huesers

Garrison/Max High School (Garrison, ND), 3 - 1

Senior, OH

Week of September 7 – September 13, 2020: 7 Sets Played
Stats
Kills: 24
Kills/Game: 3.43
Digs: 6
Digs/Game: 0.87
Receptions: 2
Rcpt/Game: 0.29
Aces: 7

Ohio
Kenzie McConnell

Circleville High School (Circleville, OH), 7 - 0

6'0 Senior, MH

Week of September 7 – September 13, 2020: 7 Sets Played
Stats
Kills: 43
Kills/Game: 6.14
Digs: 25
Digs/Game: 3.57
Receptions: 25
Rcpt/Game: 3.57
Aces: 4
Blocks: 6

Oklahoma
Emma Frette

Bishop Kelley High School (Tulsa, OK), 13 - 3

Senior, OH,S

Week of September 7 – September 13, 2020: 12 Sets Played
Stats
Kills: 32
Kills/Game: 2.67
Digs: 13
Digs/Game: 1.08
Receptions: 15
Rcpt/Game: 1.25
Aces: 3
Blocks: 10

South Carolina
Bella Easton

T.L. Hanna High School (Anderson, SC), 7-0

5'7 Senior, S

Week of September 7 – September 13, 2020: 18 Sets Played
Stats:
Assists: 198
Assists/Game: 11
Team Hitting%: 0.277
Digs: 42
Digs/Game: 2.3
Aces: 13
Blocks: 8

South Dakota
Ellie Brozik

Winner High School (Winner, SD), 5 - 0

5'8 Junior, OH

Week of September 7 – September 13, 2020: 7 Sets Played
Stats
Kills: 39
Kills/Game: 5.57
Digs: 15
Digs/Game: 2.14
Receptions: 10
Rcpt/Game: 1.43
Aces: 6
Blocks: 3

Tennessee
Maggie Rickert

Nolensville High School (Nolensville, TN), 15 - 3

6'0 Sophomore, OPP,OH

Week of September 7 – September 13, 2020: 23 Sets Played
Stats
Kills: 85
Kills/Game: 3.7
Digs: 35
Digs/Game: 1.52
Receptions: 48
Rcpt/Game: 2.09
Aces: 7
Blocks: 8

Texas
Brooklyn Jaeger

Fayetteville High School (Fayetteville, TX), 4 - 3

5'8 Sophomore, OH

Week of September 7 – September 13, 2020: 11 Sets Played
Stats
Kills: 58
Kills/Game: 5.27
Digs: 52
Digs/Game: 4.73
Receptions: 52
Rcpt/Game: 4.73
Aces: 5
Blocks: 4

Utah
Katie Langford

Snow Canyon High School (St. George, UT), 9 - 4

6'3 Senior, MH,OH

Week of September 7 – September 13, 2020: 30 Sets Played
Stats
Kills: 143
Kills/Game: 4.77
Digs: 56
Digs/Game: 1.87
Receptions: 74
Rcpt/Game: 2.47
Aces: 15
Blocks: 7

West Virginia
Alyssa Hill

Philip Barbour High School (Philippi, WV), 12 - 3

5'11" Junior, MH, OH

Week of September 7 – September 13, 2020: 18 Sets Played
Stats
Kills: 69
Kills/Game: 3.83
Digs: 70
Digs/Game: 3.89
Receptions: 49
Rcpt/Game: 2.72
Aces: 11
Blocks: 8

Wyoming
Alexis Stucky

Laramie High School (Laramie, WY), 6 - 0

6'2 Junior, S,RS

Week of September 7 – September 13, 2020: 7 Sets Played
Stats
Kills: 40
Kills/Game: 5.71
Digs: 31
Digs/Game: 4.43
Receptions: 33
Rcpt/Game: 4.71
Aces: 3
Blocks: 4

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