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Wed. September 23, 2009 | Eduardo A. Encina

Volleyball statistics
Kills (Minimum 14 games)

Name, school    Total     KPG
Emilee Taylor, Arm    79    5.3
Maddie Martin, Plant    106    5.0
Sarah Burrington, Riv    95    5.0
Gabby Fernandez, Bay    116    4.8
Laura Ackart, Gai    62    4.1
Alex Johnson, Plant    121    4.0
Jordan Burgess, BP    103    3.6
Jenna Clark, Gai    46    3.1
Kristen Liguori, Stei    105    2.9
Allison Wade, Dur    83    2.9
Lauren Ramsey, Sic    49    2.7
Ericka McGriff, TP    43    2.7
Leah Jordan, Plant    62    2.6
Jasmine Linville, Fre   52    2.5
MacKenzie Dagostino, BP  66  2.4
Lindsay Young, BP    72    2.4

Blocks (Minimum 14 games)
Name, school    Total     BPG

Leah Jordan, Plant    44    1.8
Sarah Burrington, Riv    31    1.6
Valencia King, Bay    29 1.2
Eryn Samuels, Wha    19    1.2
Jenna Clark, Gai    18    1.2
Brynn Wiley, AHN     16    1.1
Victoria Gay, Riv    22    1.1
J.J. Rodriguez, TBT    16    1.0
Paige Tuttle, Plant     22    0.9
Syndi Freeman, Alo    14    0.9
Taylor Vigoa, Len    17    0.9
MacKenzie Dagostino, BP  22   0.8
Joy Tuson, TBT  13    0.8

Assists (Minimum 14 games)
Name, school    Total    APG

Becca Howard, Plant    292    9.1
Rachel Jenkins, Riv    172    9.1
Sam Drane, Stei    286    7.5
Amanda Mirabella, Bay    173    7.5
MacKenzie Dagostino, BP
179    6.6
Nikki Neville, AHN    94    5.5
Carlye Owens, Sic    87    5.1
Ginny Willis, BP    147    5.1
Erika Wardzinski, Dur    142    4.9
Caroline Dillabough, TP    74    4.6
Jacalyn Sampson, Fre    93    4.4
Emily Hussin, Gai    65    4.3

Digs (Minimum 14 games)
Name, school    Total    DPG

Maira Guadalupe, Alo    92    5.1
Katlyn Messick, Dur    124    4.3
Natasha Rowland, BP    122    4.1
Gabby Fernandez, Bay    97    4.0
Hannah Mirabella, Bay    94    3.9
Kelsey Rafols, AHN    64    3.8
Ashley Rios, Bay    81    3.4
Maddie Martin, Plant    70    3.3
Jordan Burgess, BP    96    3.3
Sarah Burrington, Riv    59    3.1
Kaitlynn Pacholke, Fre    62    3.1
Ali McCurdy, Plant    90    3.0
Statistics are usually compiled every Wednesday morning; coaches can send them to Eduardo A. Encina at eencina@sptimes.com

Volleyball Top 5
1. Plant (10-0): The Panthers won’t get challenged until they travel to Chicago for the Nike Challenge early next month. In the meantime, they’re working on getting their defense up to par.
2. Berkeley Prep (8-2): The Bucs follow up a fourth-place showing at the Archbishop Mitty tourney with a convincing three-game win over rival Tampa Prep. They might be the most talented team in the area.
3. Brandon (5-1): Tuesday’s four-game victory over previously undefeated Newsome is the Eagles’ best win of the year. Now, they have to stay consistent as rematch with Plant looms next month.
4. Sickles (6-0): The Gryphons are on a roll. They haven’t dropped a game in their last four matches and are the favorite in this weekend’s HCC Invitational.
5. Tampa Prep (2-2): The Terps’ ho-hum performance in a three-game loss to Berkeley has us close to bumping them out of the top five. This weekend’s Berkeley Premier offers Tampa Prep a shot at redemption.
On the rise: Steinbrenner (10-3), Newsome (5-1), Riverview (5-2), Freedom (4-2).

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