MB: Olivia Miller, 6-0 Jr., Oconee County (Watkinsville, Georgia) – Miller had a monster week for the 21-9 Warriors. She amassed 47 kills, with  a .462 hitting percentage; and 25 blocks in six matches

MB: Olivia Miller, 6-0 Jr., Oconee County (Watkinsville, Georgia) – Miller had a monster week for the 21-9 Warriors. She amassed 47 kills, with  a .462 hitting percentage; and 25 blocks in six matches. In the final match against Marist at the Lovett Block Party on Saturday, she had 10 kills and 7 blocks.

Libero: Nola Sevin, 5-7 Sr., Mount Carmel Academy (New Orleans, Louisiana) – The Cubs had a strong 5-2 week, which included a 5-set win over Pope John Paul II and a nice showing in Alabama at the McGill-Toolen Tournament. Over those seven matches, Sevin had 101 digs. “She is a leader for our team and always finds a way to get the job done,” said coach Taylor Ricaud. “She is a hard worker and pushes the girls to be the best that they can be.”

Libero: Siena Ebert, 5-10 Fr., The Hockaday School (Dallas, Texas) – A starter since Day 1, Ebert has risen to the occasion all season, including this week against powerful Prestonwood Christian Academy, where she contributed 22 digs and passed a 2.4 on 37 receptions.

Libero: Addi Eberhardt, 5-1 Sr., Oconee County (Watkinsville, Georgia) – Eberhardt had an outstanding, including a great weekend at the Lovett Block Party against four top 50 teams in the state of Georgia. She passed at a 98% rate in serve receive with a 2+ average, including 100% on Saturday. She had 37 digs on the week and scored 54 points serving throughout the week. Against Sequoyah, last year’s top-ranked team in Georgia, she was 11/11 in serve receive with a 2.3 average and nine digs. “It was her best single day of play in her four years for Oconee,” said coach Mark Oglesby.

Libero: Anya Pershin, 5-7 Jr., Legion Collegiate Academy (Rock Hill, South Carolina) – Pershin had a career-high 22 digs in one match for the Lancers, who went 4-2 for the week. Over those six matches, the junior totaled 70 digs, 92 receptions and 13 aces.

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