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Volleyball leaders for Tampa Bay, Week 3

Players from Calvary Christian, Central and Berkeley Prep claim top spots.
Volleyball is being played at an extremely high level at high schools all over the Tampa Bay area for the 2019 season. [SCOTT PURKS | Special to the Times]
Published Sep. 11

Here’s a look at how area players stack up through Sept. 11. All stats compiled from MaxPreps:


126 Cathryn Long, Calvary Christian

122 Haley Brown, Carrollwood Day

116 Sydney Jackwin, Keswick Christian

115 Nina Moorer, Steinbrenner

105 Jewel Lester, Indian Rocks Christian

100 Emma Hennessee, Tampa Catholic

95 Bianca Vieira, Land O’Lakes

95 Olivia Balogh, Hernando

95 Audrey Koenig, Bishop McLaughlin

94 Shae Zugay, Bloomingdale

94 Kristin Pizzano, Weeki Wachee

89 Gia Padilla, Carrollwood Day

87 Jeanette Henderson, Wharton

86 Gracie Kiser, Tampa Prep

84 Grace Colleran, Weeki Wachee

84 Alex McSherry, St. Petersburg Catholic

81 Jamie Koopman, Wharton

78 Madison Clark, Nature Coast

77 Nwakaego Nwagbuo, Middleton

77 Nevaeh Wright, Boca Ciega


278 Jennafer Long, Calvary Christian

244 Amberlyn Werkmeister, Weeki Wachee

231 Kamelia De Jesus, Bloomingdale

206 Nicole Robison, St. Petersburg

204 Pilar Taylor, Tampa Prep

201 Victoria Hensley, CCC

187 Kacy Krig, Carrollwood Day

182 Rylee Hannon, Keswick Christian

164 Mia Saavedra, Brandon

163 Gabrielle Frye, Wharton

163 Alanah Rivera, Boca Ciega

157 Madison Kachurak, Fivay

149 Kayla Baer, Wiregrass Ranch

149 Mandy Knipp, Steinbrenner

149 Terah Nejman, Bishop McLaughlin

147 Sophie Klein, East Lake

147 Kaley Young, Tampa Catholic

146 Charlotte Saxton, Academy at the Lakes

145 Riley Gowing, Hernando

143 Payton Kenny, Wharton


178 Bailey Sesera, Central

151 Olivia Balogh, Hernando

146 Jessie Golden, Carrollwood Day

146 Mia Burris, Indian Rocks Christian

145 Abbigale Hindersman, Land O’Lakes

141 Jewel Lester, Indian Rocks Christian

140 Jacqueline Kelley, Wharton

130 Araceli Wakefield, Tampa Catholic

128 Amber Paulsen, Weeki Wachee

123 Maggie Babbitt, Tampa Prep

107 Pamela Delgado Megne, Steinbrenner

104 Amberlynn Werkmeister, Weeki Wachee

100 Allora Murray, Central

95 Hayden Kimbrough, Hernando

94 Brianna Scully, CCC

92 Victoria Gray, Weeki Wachee

89 Sophie Mahaz, Calvary Christian

89 Livvi Harting, St. Petersburg

88 Grace Colleran, Weeki Wachee

88 Kristen Pizzano, Weeki Wachee


43 Camryn Carlo, Berkeley Prep

39 Breanna McDonough, Berkeley Prep

38 Jamie Koopman, Wharton

37 Lilou Stegeman, Steinbrenner

35 Alexis Morse, Wharton

30 Chayla Wade, Fivay

30 Shayla Fleshman, Cypress Creek

28 Lucca Dunser, Berkeley Prep

26 Anise Lowe, Riverview

24 Mia Nettles, Brandon

23 Jenna Davis, St. Petersburg

22 Madelyn Davis, St. Petersburg

22 Caitlin Klick, Land O’ Lakes

21 Isabella Bonatakis, Wharton

21 Makayla Way, Fivay

20 Rheann Thorne, Leto

19 Nina Moorer, Steinbrenner

19 Olivia Balogh, Hernando

18 Taylor Brinson, Cypress Creek

18 Lauren Cook, Keswick Christian


  1. Wiregrass Ranch quarterback Rocco Becht has helped lead the Bulls to an unbeaten start. ALLIE GOULDING  |  Times
    The sophomore quarterback certainly wasn’t expecting to be the starter, but “is growing every day,” his coach says.
  2. Carrollwood Day's Haley Brown leads Tampa Bay in kills with 167. SCOTT PURKS  |  Special to the Times
    Players from Carrollwood Day, Calvary Christian, Central and Berkeley Prep claim top spots.
  3. Riverview quarterback Stazion Gage has accounted for almost 1,000 total yards and 10 touchdowns this season. SCOTT PURKS  |  Special to the Times
    The Sharks are on the cusp of securing their first winning season in more than a decade.
  4. Alexandra Postlethwaite helps dish out the assists for Bishop McLaughlin. ALICE HERDEN  |  Special to the Times
    Not much change at the top, but plenty of movement in the lower half of this week’s rankings
  5. Clearwater Academy International's Ajou Ajou makes a reception while working through a passing drill in April. CAI faces American Collegiate on Friday. DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD  |  Times
    One of the area’s top volleyball tournaments, the Berkeley Premier, also starts this weekend.
  6. Armwood's Charles Montgomery runs the ball during the first half against Plant on Aug. 23, 2019, in Seffner. ALLIE GOULDING  |  Times
    There is plenty of movement except at the top, where Armwood remains No. 1
  7. The Pinellas Park Patriots take to the field moments after the end of the fourth quarter against Mitchell on Friday night. The Patriots won 29-19. DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD  |  Times
    PSA to opposing offenses facing Lakewood this season: Good night and good luck.
  8. Warming up before the game Saturday night, USF redshirt freshman Jordan McCloud, a Plant High alum, got his first start as a college quarterback. SCOTT PURKS  |  Special to the Times
    The former Panther gets the nod over Blake Barnett against South Carolina State.
  9. Football teams across Tampa Bay were in action Friday night. OCTAVIO JONES  |  Times
    The Packers notch a third straight win in the series and more importantly, gain an edge in the district.
  10. Football teams across Tampa Bay were in action Friday night. OCTAVIO JONES  |  Times
    A veteran squad continues to deliver the wins for the Warriors, who are currently 4-0.