5 Show Runners to See Live in the 2023 MHSAA Tournament
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With the conclusion of some last minute tune up tournaments this Saturday, it is officially post season!
October 30th marks the day we’ve been all waiting for since the start of the season in August. The Road to Kellogg Begins NOW!
Let’s take a look at some of the best show runners in Michigan! You have to see these setters in action this post-season!
Being given the reigns to a program that is on its hunt for a FOURTH STRAIGHT State Title is no easy task. For, this season, she’s made the jump quite effortless. With nearly 10 assists per set, a breakthrough 1,100 assists on the season and counting, Davison could very easily lead Marian to the promise land. Not only can Davison dish some serious butter, but she can cook behind the service line as well. Giving teams fits left and right, the young setter is dialing in close to 80 aces on the season.
It’s weird to say that a program such as Bedford is having a “breakthrough” season. But it’s been a few years since the Mules have been on top. One of the major reasons for this resurgence comes from hands of Eastern Michigan bound setter,. If Schroeder didn’t already impress the audience last year, she sure has done it this year. One of the fastest tempos in all of Michigan, it is quite hard to keep up with a Schroeder ran offense. Not only is this Schroeder’s second consecutive seasons with over 1,000 assists but she also notched a huge 1,000 career dig milestone.
She’s one of the top freshman in all of Michigan.may be young, but when she steps onto the court, she is a seasoned vet. Clarkston was a mere point away from punching their ticket to a semifinal appearance a year ago. With a bulk of their line-up returning, it was a question of what else could they do to beef up an already stacked line up. Then Smith entered the chat. Not only does Marlie spend part time running the offense, but she is a HUGE part of the offense. Watch out for this young gun to come into her first post-season firing on all cylinders.
This year could be the year we see THREE repeat champions. If I had to put money on one of them, it would themanned ship at Pewamo-Westphalia. Another Eastern Michigan bound setter, Smith was the indisputable MVP of last year’s Division III final four. There’s just so much that this player gives to her team. On top of running one of the best offenses in Michigan, she’s a crafty attacker, stout blocker and an incredible leader on the court.
– Notre Dame Prep
While Notre Dame Prep is in the midst of one of the toughest routes to the final four of any team across the four divisions, they are equipped with a setter/hitter combo that could dig themselves through to Battle Creek.made a huge splash last year in her sophomore year. A left handed dynamo that could run a smooth offense, but then dual as an attacker while at the net, she had all the tools. This year has been quite dependent on the player of Kattula. She’ll have to come up huge to lead No. 5 Notre Dame Prep out of a regional that includes No. 1 ranked North Branch, No. 3 Marysville and No. 6 Orchard Lake St. Mary’s.