2019 Volleyball Finalists
Schrader was the superstar middle hitter for the Advance state title winning team, she had a monsterous 297 kills and a .482 hitting percentage to go with 92 blocks. She also served 98.1% and 19 aces. She was named first team all-state and Advance never lost a match with her in the lineup.
Curtis was the table-setter for Advance, finishing with 784 assists on their way to a state championship. She also finished with 312 digs, 97 kills, and 35 aces. She was named first team all-state after the season.
Below filled up the box score all season for Bloomfield, accumulating 368 kills, 214 digs, 203 assists, 76 aces, and 67 blocks. She was named to the coaches all-state team.
Hoppe led Clearwater in hitting, blocking, and digging with 217 kills, 33 blocks, and 155 digs. She also had 38 aces and was named to the class 2 all-state team.
Wilson wrapped up her senior season with a serving percentage of 96 and 37 aces. She had 498 digs and 40 assists. Her coach said, “Hannah is the most talented defensive/passer/libero I have ever coached.”
Broussard was a serving and setting wizard, ending her senior year serving 95% with 40 aces and 729 assists. Broussard coach said that, “Lainey is the most athletic setter I’ve ever coached.”
Beel played all over the court for Leopold and led them in kills (387), digs (191), and blocks (51). She was awarded all-district and all-conference honors.
Baer finished her career at Perryville with a great season, hitting 40% and 304 kills. She also served 97%, had 22 aces, 304 kills, and 165 digs. She was named class 3 first team all-state.
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Bixler was named the Tri-County Conference Player of the Year after a senior season that featured 427 kills, 141 digs, 48 blocks, and 25 aces. Dustin Ward said, “she is one of the best hitters in Missouri.”
Spence played both outside and middle hitter for Poplar Bluff amassing 204 kills and 50 blocks. She also chipped in 36 digs and 25 aces.