Top 250 Expo: 2025 Setters That Impressed
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It was quite the morning at the Courts in Beaverton on Sunday, November 19th. With over 80 athletes from Oregon and Washington gathering to compete, it was a fast-paced and high-energy-filled gym. Here are the 2025 setters that caught our…
It was quite the morning at the Courts in Beaverton on Sunday, November 19th. With over 80 athletes from Oregon and Washington gathering to compete, it was a fast-paced and high-energy-filled gym.
Here are the 2025 setters that caught our eye at the 2023 Oregon Top 250 Expo.
The Catlin Gabel setter was steady on Sunday, and played solidly throughout all drills. With great hands, a quick release, and the ability to push the ball effortlessly, Cohrs made some great sets throughout both the positional drills and gameplay. Using her quick footwork and strong court sense, Cohrs showed her ability to get her hands on hard-to-get balls. And, not only is Cohrs an excellent setter, but she can also hit well.
Bringing high and supportive energy to the court on Sunday was Sorensen, a versatile and adaptable player with great hands and consistent sets. Sorensen was flexible with playing both defensive specialist and setter during gameplay, and she played both positions well – a testament to her all-around skill on the court. Sorensen made good first touches defensively, and she also showcased her super tough jump serve.
Taylor, a 2025 setter and outside hitter at Heritage High School in Vancouver, WA, brought energy to the court during the Top 250 Expo. Taylor showcased her soft touch on the ball and her ability to push the ball from pin to pin with ease. Taylor not only set well during the positional drills, but she also brought her all-around skill to the court during gameplay, making digs and taking big swings as needed.
Winebarger, the setter for Crook County High School, showed off her great hands and consistent sets during the Top 250 Expo. Winebarger’s play was solid during the positional drills, but where she really shone was during gameplay. With confidence and strong court vision, Winebarger led her team well. Winebarger placed nearly every set perfectly, allowing her team during gameplay to run a quick offense. She was also impressive defensively, making great plays to keep the ball alive.
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