Congratulation to Volleyball Players who Train at MaxSC.
They made the Star Times Volleyball Team
Sarah O'Connor Maddie Magee Haley MacDonald Emmy Allen
2011 Star Times Volleyball Team
The Star Times all-area volleyball team, selected from schools in King and Snohomish counties, or in the Metro League and WesCo conferences.
Jackson, S, Jr.
One of the state's top setters, MacDonald averaged nearly 10 assists per set for the Timberwolves, who placed fourth at the 4A state tournament after winning it in 2010. Made an early oral commitment to WSU.
Jackson, OH, Sr.
Allen was the go-to player on a team with multiple weapons, averaging better than five kills per set. Helped 2010 team win 4A state title and keyed this year's run to semifinals. Also an outstanding defensive player.
Skyline, OH, Sr.
Oregon commit keyed Spartans' run to state tournament and school-best sixth-place finish, logging more than 20 kills in each tourney match. A first-team All-KingCo 4A selection as a freshman and senior, she missed much of her middle two seasons with injuries.
Roosevelt, OH, Sr.
O'Connor was the dominant hitter in talent-rich KingCo 4A, earning MVP honors as Roughriders fell just short of state tournament. She hit double figures in kills and digs in every match. Will play at University of Portland.
Seattle Prep, OH, Sr.
Tall and powerful, Magill blossomed into a feared hitter. Helped lead Panthers to 3A state title in 2010 and keyed this year's third-place finish, amassing more than 300 kills. Co-MVP of Metro League has scholarship to Arizona.
Eastside Catholic, OH, Sr.
McLain's magnificent career includes second-place state-tournament trophies with Crusaders in 2008, 2010, 2011. Boston College commit was at her best in biggest matches. Only Washington senior on high-school All-America honorable-mention list.
Archbishop Murphy, L, Sr.
A three-year starter, Linsenmayer amassed more than 1,600 digs and set multiple school records, averaging better than 30 per set with a best of 64. Excellent passer was Cascade Conference MVP as a junior and runner-up this season.
Mount Si coach
Foote, in her 12th season as head coach, has built Mount Si into a perennial state contender. The Wildcats won their third consecutive KingCo 3A/2A championship and finished sixth at state this season — their fourth trophy in the past five years.
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