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Hillsborough volleyball leaders: Week 7

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Thu. October 15, 2009 | Eduardo A. Encina

Volleyball fab five
1. Plant (19-1):
  After a resounding three-set win over Brandon, Durant and Sickles will be good warmups for the upcoming district tournament and beyond. Here’s another reason they should be No. 1. Earlier this year, Plant beat Martin County in four games. Last weekend, Berkeley Prep lost to the same team in four in the Tampa Bay Invitational championship.
2. Berkeley Prep (19-3): The Tampa Bay Invitational ended in tears for the Bucs, but their second-place showing established them as a state contender. And there aren’t many players in the state having a better season than sophomore outside hitter Jordan Burgess.
3. Brandon (9-5): Rough week for the Eagles against some stiff competition. Losses to Martin County, Fort Myers and Timber Creek in the TBI, as well as a second loss to Plant, have them stinging. The experience should help come playoff time, but the Eagles still need to find some way to play Plant, a likely region semifinal opponent, more competitively.
4. Armwood (9-1): The Hawks made easy work of a game Riverview team Tuesday, winning in three games. The county’s leader in kills, Emilee Taylor, leads a young bunch that is gaining confidence with each game.
5. Gaither (9-3): The Cowboys have emerged the top dogs in their district. Seniors Laura Ackart and Jenna Clark form a formidable senior front-line pair.
On the bubble: Sickles (14-2), Newsome (10-3), Steinbrenner (14-3), Holy Names (11-8), Tampa Prep (9-8)

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

Emilee Taylor, Arm    142    5.3
Maddie Martin, Plant    212    5,0
Sarah Burrington, Riv    158    4.8
Gabby Fernandez, Bay    188    4.7
Alex Johnson, Plant    218    4.5
Lindsey Watson, Bran    108    4.0
Jordan Burgess, BP    266    3.8
Laura Ackart, Gai    104    3.7
Aly Woodlee, Bran    91    3.5
Lauren Ramsey, Sic    159    3.3
Jenna Clark, Gai    86    3.3
Allison Wade, Durant    157    3.1
Kristen Liguori, Stei    126    2.8
Lindsay Young, BP    194    2.7
Ericka McGriff, TP    143    2.6
Melissa Olsson, Camb.    96    2.6
Nicole Higgins, Bran 71    2.5
Alexandria Biver, Alon.    114    2.5
Leah Jordan, Plant    98    2.5
Latora Lofgren, TP    132    2.4
Jasmine Linville, Fre   105    2.3
MacKenzie Dagostino, BP    157    2.3
Olivia Yeager, Camb.    91    2.3
Amber Rubright, Camb.    91    2.3

Blocks (Minimum 22 games)
Name, school    Total     BPG

Sarah Burrington, Riv    53    1.6
Nicole Higgins, Bran    42    1.5
Jenna Clark, Gai    34    1.3
Leah Jordan, Plant    48    1.2
Valencia King, Bay    46 1.2
Olivia Yeager, Camb.    46    1.2
Victoria Gay, Riv    38    1.2
Brynn Wiley, AHN     62    1.1
Melissa Olsson, Camb.    39    1.1
Lindsay Taggart, Fre    42    0.9
Katie Krueger, TP    36    0.9
Chandler Cartwright, AHN    44    0.8
Savannah Cantrell, TP    43    0.8
Paige Tuttle, Plant     33    0.8
Audra Geniesse, Bran    22    0.8
Caitlyn Still, Dur    23     0.7
MacKenzie Dagostino, BP  44   0.6
Lotara Lofgren, TP    32    0.6
Alexandria Biver, Alo    27    0.6

Assists (Minimum 22 games)
Name, school    Total    APG

Devin Whale, Bra    339    12.1
Becca Howard, Plant    526    10.3
Rachael Jenkins, Riv    295    8.9
Emily Hussin, Gai    226    8.1
Amanda Mirabella, Bay    274    7.8
Sam Drane, Stei    383    7.5
Ashley Rubright, Camb    283    7.3
MacKenzie Dagostino, BP    487    7.2
Laura Smith, Arm    213    7.1
Caroline Dillabough, TP    356    6,7
Carlye Owens, Sic    251    5.7
Nikki Neville, AHN    177    5.7
Ginny Willis, BP    249    5.1
Heather Mysak, AHN    202    4.9
Erika Wardzinski, Dur    157    4.0
Jacalyn Sampson, Fre    166    3.7

Digs (Minimum 22 games)
Name, school    Total    DPG

Leslie Gibson, Rob    164    4.8
Natasha Rowland, BP    326    4.6
Lindsey Watson, Bran    121    4.5
Katlyn Messick, Dur    220    4.3
Jordan Burgess, BP    284    4.1
Hannah Mirabella, Bay    164    4.1
Gabby Fernandez, Bay    160    4.0
Kelsey Rafols, AHN    188    3.8
Ashley Rios, Bay    150    3.8
Sammi Klemp, Bran    100    3.6
Kaitlynn Pacholke, Fre    122    3.3
Aly Woodlee, Bran    85    3.3
Maira Guadalupe, Alo    143    3.2
Ali McCurdy, Plant    141    3.2
Chelsea Parker, BP    206    3.1
Maddie Martin, Plant    130    3.1
Sarah Burrington, Riv    101    3.1
Valencia King, Bay    119    3.0
MacKenzie Dagostino, BP    196    2.9
Kaite Daorai, Plant    127    2.7
Nicole Mello, Rob    89    2.7

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

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