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Wed. October 7, 2009 | Eduardo A. Encina

Volleyball fab five
1. Plant (16-1):
The Panthers came within five points of beating the No. 2 team in the nation and advancing to the Asics Challenge championship in Chicago. Too bad we won’t see them in this weekend’s Tampa Bay Invitational, where they could have met Berkeley Prep.
2. Berkeley Prep (14-2): After a three-set win over Gainesville Buchholtz, the Bucs head into the Tampa Bay Invitational  as the odds-on favorite. 
3. Brandon (7-1):  Winners of six straight, the Eagles have won 18 of their past 19 games. Their competition figures to improve at the TBI this weekend with Fort Myers and Martin County sharing their pool. Then there’s their rematch with Plant on Wednesday.
4. Sickles (13-1): With a win in Thursday's district home game against Gaither, Sickles can take control of Class 5A-9 and further legitimize the Gryphons as one of the county’s heavyweights.
5a. Gaither (9-3):  Gaither is on a roll. The Cowboys won the Bayshore Invitational last weekend, they’ve won five in a row and are 3-0 in district play entering Thursday's district tilt against Sickles.
5b. Steinbrenner (13-3): We have to put the Warriors in here because they’ve also won five straight and own a three-set win over Gaither. A win over Robinson on Thursday and we’re sold.
Just outside the pack: Holy Names (10-6), Newsome (7-2), Tampa Prep (6-6), Robinson (6-4)

Volleyball statistics
Kills (Minimum 22 games)
Name, school    Total     KPG

Maddie Martin, Plant    195    5,3
Emilee Taylor, Arm    117    5.3
Alex Johnson, Plant    201    4.8
Gabby Fernandez, Bay    188    4.7
Sarah Burrington, Riv    109    4.7
Lindsey Watson, Bran    97    4.0
Jordan Burgess, BP    195    3.7
Laura Ackart, Gai    101    3.6
Lauren Ramsey, Sic    129    3.1
Jenna Clark, Gai    81    3.1
Aly Woodlee, Bran    68    3.0
Allison Wade, Durant    109    2.9
Lindsay Young, BP    148    2.7
Jasmine Linville, Fre   97    2.7
Ericka McGriff, TP    112    2.7
Melissa Olsson, Camb.    90    2.6
Kristen Liguori, Stei    108    2.6
Alexandria Biver, Alon.    114    2.5
Leah Jordan, Plant    116    2.5
Latora Lofgren, TP    100    2.4
Olivia Yeager, Camb.    80    2.4

Blocks (Minimum 22 games)
Name, school    Total     BPG

Nicole Higgins, Bran    36    1.4
Leah Jordan, Plant    48    1.4
Sarah Burrington, Riv    33    1.4
Jenna Clark, Gai    34    1.3
Olivia Yeager, Camb.    42    1.2
Valencia King, Bay    46 1.2
Melissa Olsson, Camb.    36    1.1
Brynn Wiley, AHN     54    1.1
Victoria Gay, Riv    24    1.0
Katie Krueger, TP    25    1.0
Paige Tuttle, Plant     32    0.9
Savannah Cantrell, TP    33    0.8
Audra Geniesse, Bran    20    0.8
Chandler Cartwright, AHN    38    0.8
MacKenzie Dagostino, BP  37   0.7
Caitlyn Still, Dur    23     0.7
Lindsay Taggart, Fre    24    0.7

Assists (Minimum 22 games)
Name, school    Total    APG

Devin Whale, Bra    287    11.5
Becca Howard, Plant    476    10.6
Rachael Jenkins, Riv    204    8.9
Amanda Mirabella, Bay    274    7.8
Laura Smith, Arm    162    7.4
Sam Drane, Stei    342    7.3
Ashley Rubright, Camb    242    7.1
MacKenzie Dagostino, BP 354    6.9
Caroline Dillabough, TP    274    6,4
Nikki Neville, AHN    145    5.8
Carlye Owens, Sic    217    5.6
Heather Mysak, AHN    200    5.6
Ginny Willis, BP    275    5.3
Emily Hussin, Gai    127    4.5
Erika Wardzinski, Dur    157    4.2
Jacalyn Sampson, Fre    148    4.1

Digs (Minimum 22 games)
Name, school    Total    DPG

Leslie Gibson, Rob    154    5.1
Katlyn Messick, Dur    173    4.7
Natasha Rowland, BP    239    4.4
Lindsey Watson, Bran    103    4.3
Hannah Mirabella, Bay    164    4.1
Jordan Burgess, BP    212    4.0
Gabby Fernandez, Bay    160    4.0
Kaitlynn Pacholke, Fre    109    3.9
Ashley Rios, Bay    150    3.8
Kelsey Rafols, AHN    163    3.7
Sammi Klemp, Bran    84    3.4
Ali McCurdy, Plant    131    3.4
Maddie Martin, Plant    123    3.3
Chelsea Parker, BP    162    3.3
Sarah Burrington, Riv    74    3.2
Maira Guadalupe, Alo    143    3.2
Valencia King, Bay    119    3.0
Aly Woodlee, Bran    68    3.0
Nicole Mello, Rob    87    3.0

Statistics are usually compiled every Wednesday morning; coaches can send them to Eduardo A. Encina at eencina@sptimes.com

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