Windsor HS Wizards escape a 5 Set thriller on Sept 12th. A streaky ball control match that did not lack any physicality attacking or blocking. With Division 1 and 2 Prospects all over the court this match was bound to…
Windsor HS Wizards escape a 5 Set thriller on Sept 12th. A streaky ball control match that did not lack any physicality attacking or blocking. With Division 1 and 2 Prospects all over the court this match was bound to be entertaining. Impact players below are for sure something to check out live!
Swiss Army knife type of player. Kadence does is all for Windsor, a deceptive setter, and an elite defender out of the backcourt and plays in every position in the front court. She had the daunting task of blocking D1 prospect Delaney Ewing and help her own playing out of position in the middle. Love how this kid competes and works all over the court.
Extremely versatile, fluid and athletic. Not the tallest but this kid can fly. Hits on the Pin out of Serve Receive, blocks in the middle in transition, and plays good left back defense. A calming leader that will take this team far into playoffs in November! This D1, North Carolina Chapel Hill commit can do it all and has a very bright future and was huge in her teams win.
Delaney was physically almost impossible to stop out of the middle. Her and Piepho’s connection was so solid in front of the setter. She hit a blistering .423 smashing 16 kills. A leader that gets her team working and hyped as she works at the net! She will continue her career at D1 University of San Fransisco next fall.
“SHE’S A FRESHMAN”-Windsor’s student section. Nothdurft is an athletic freshman with a fast arm that is problematic for blockers. As this kid figures out the speed of higher level volleyball, watch out! Plays on either Pin and has a nasty float serve. College coaches will know this kids name in the spring!
Total ball control specialist that is a crafty attacker from the left pin. Has a wicked line shot attacking and passes well to get the other physical attackers in the gym the ball. She is uncommitted for college but has the chops to play at the next level.