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Badger Region Unveils First-Ever Power League Watchlist on Eve of BRPL’s Fifth Season

Friday, January 6th, 2023

Congratulations to all of the individuals who were named to the 2023 Badger Region Power League Watchlist. Coaches and club directors from all clubs in the Power League were given the opportunity to nominate up to three athletes from each team in Elite Divisions and two per team from Regional and/or Select Divisions.

All commentary and data supplied below was supplied by coaches or club directors and was compiled by the Badger Region.

In addition to the Power League Watchlist, the Region will be sponsoring end-of-season awards for athletes such as Top Servers, Top Defenders, Top Setters and Best Attackers in each of the high school-age divisions at the conclusion of their seasons (Feb. 12 for Elite Divisions and April 2 for Regional and Select Divisions)

For a link to the 2023 Badger Region Power League schedule, click here:

For more details on the league itself, click here.

2023 GRADUATES

Abby Alan: Alan is a 6’1″ outside hitter for Wisconsin Juniors 18-1 who plans to attend Davenport University. “Abby has the ability to take over any game at any time with a wide varsity of offensive skills,” coaches say.

Riley Angst: a senior at Brookfield Central High School, Angst is a libero headed to Viterbo University in La Crosse, Wis. She plays on the Wisconsin Elite 18-Elite team this season.

Lilly Bandel: A 6’1″ middle from West Bend East High School, Bandel plays on the Wisconsin Elite 18-Elite squad. Coaches say, “she has excellent versatility out of the middle and is very adaptable.

Lexi Bugajski: A senior at New Berlin Eisenhower, Bugajski is a 6’0″ setter/right side that is very versatile on the court. She plays on the Wisconsin Elite 18-Elite team.

Madison Cimbalnik: The 5’4″ setter headed to Viterbo University in La Crosse, Wis., Cimbalnik attends Union Grove High School and plays on Wisconsin Juniors 18-Elite. “Maddie is an amazing athlete who’s work ethic and ball control stands out,” coaches say.

Abby Deane: Deane is headed to Mount Aloysius College (Pa.). She is a 5’2” libero from Elkhorn Area High School and is on the Lakes Juniors 18-Select team.

Lauren Duenkel: A 5’11” outside from Kenosha Christian Life High School, Duenkel plays on Wisconsin Juniors 18-Elite in the 18-Elite Division of Power League. “Lauren is well rounded and can terminate anywhere on the court.”

Natalie Harris: Harris is a 5’8″ libero/DS for Wisconsin Juniors 18-1, which plays in the 18-Elite Division of Power League. “Natalie is an excellent passer with a great platform and instincts for the ball.” She plans to attend the University of Wisconsin-Parkside.

Emma Nanda: The uncommitted senior from Faith Christian School in Williams Bay is a 5’4” setter on the Lakes Juniors 18-Select squad. Her team will be in the 18-Regional Division.

Ellie Scherer: Scherer plays on the Spiketown’s Door County 18s team in the 18-Regional Division of Power League. The 5’8” pin hitter from Gibraltar High School is not committed to any college yet.

Carly Thomka: A senior at Muskego High School, Thonka is a 6-foot middle on Wisconsin Juniors 18-1. Thonka “is a phenomenal athlete with great blocking and attacking skills,” coaches say. She plans to attend the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.

Katie Timmer: Timmer is a senior at Antioch High School in Illinois and is a 6’1″ middle blocker for Wisconsin Juniors 18-Elite. She is planning to attend Trinity International University. Timmer is a long, powerful middle with a positive attitude that radiates on the court, coaches say.

2024 GRADUATES

Ellery Apel: The Sauk Prairie High School junior is a 5’8” libero who plays for 608 Juniors 17-1s and is playing in the 18-Elite Division of Power League. She was named second-team all-area by the Wisconsin State Journal and was a WVCA Div. 2 All-State Honorable Mention. Apel was named a Prep Dig 250 Expo Player to Watch and was ranked in the Top 50 of Prep Dig’s 2024 Liberos to watch.

Claire Bartol: Bartol is a 5’11” outside hitter and middle for the Impact Volleyball Club’s 17-Blue team. She is a junior at Berlin High School, and coaches say, “Sheis also able to play multiple positions on our team and does an amazing job switching between them when need be.”

Tessa Davison: Davison was chosen to be captain of the Southwest Milwaukee VBC 17-Blue team by her teammates for the upcoming season. She is a 5’10” middle from Pewaukee High School. Her team will be in the 18-Regional Division of Power League.

Sienna Friend: Friend is listed as a 5’5” libero on the Southwest Milwaukee 17-Blue team that is competing in the 18-Regional Division of Power League. She hails from Pewaukee High School, and coaches say she is always eager to learn.

Jenna Heindselman: This gymnastics and track standout is a 5’10” outside/middle for her Lakes Juniors 17-Select team. She is a junior at Elkhorn Area High School and will be playing in the 18-Regional Division of Power League.

Kayla Heiselmann: The Lake Geneva Badger High School setter is playing for the Lakes Juniors 17-Select team in the 18-Regional Division of Power League.

Sam Hinschel: Hinschel is a setter for the Wisconsin Juniors 17-Elite team in the 18-Elite Division. She is a junior at Oak Creek High School. Coaches say, “she is works hard to jump set as often as possible and find 1 on 1 situations for her attackers.”

Cameran Ingbretson: Ingbretson is a 6’1″ middle hitter from Wauwatosa West High School She plays ont he Wisconsin Elite 17-Elite team in the 18-Elite Division of Power League.

Addison Minchk: Minchk is a 5’8” pin hitter on the 414 Milwaukee Elite 17-Elite team. She goes to Muskego High School and will be playing in the 18-Elite Division of Power League.

Chase La Londe: La Londe is a 5’9” outside hitter on the 414 Milwaukee Elite 17-Elite team. She goes to Homestead High School and her club team will be in the 18-Elite Division of Power League.

Katie Lage: The defensive specialist from Lakes Community High School (Ill.) is on the Wisconsin Juniors 17-Elite squad in the 18-Elite Division. Coaches say, “She is a hard working defensive player who brings relentless effort and ball control while also being an effective leader and tremendous teammate.

Kierstin Martin: Martin is a 5’9″ setter from Oshkosh West High School playing on the Impact Volleyball Club’s 17-Blue team in the 18-Regional division of Power League.  Coaches say, “She strives to improve everyday and is the hardest worker we know.”

Katie Mercure: A setter from Lakes Community High School (Ill.), Mercure is on the 17-1 team at Wisconsin Juniors that competes in the 18-Elite Division. “Katie has done a phenomenal job finding ways to balance our offense and keeping our middles involved.”

Siri Moeser: Moeser is a 6’3” middle blocker from Madison West High School. She plays for the 608 Juniors 17-1s and will be competing in the 18-Elite Division of the Badger Region Power League.

Abby Nevins: Nevins is a 5’6” libero on the 414 Milwaukee Elite 17-Elite team. She goes to Muskego High School and will be playing in the 18-Elite Division of Power League.

Clara O’Brien: A Grant High School (Ill.) junior, O’Brien is a 5’6″ outside hitter for the Wisconsin Juniors 17-Elite team playing in the 18-Elite Division. “She is a versatile utility player that while being undersized can still terminate and has solid ball control,” coaches say.

Lindsay Piktel: Piktel is a 5’10” outside hitter on the Wisconsin Juniors 17-1 team that competes in the 18-Elite Division. A junior at Westosha Central High School, coaches say, “Lindsay’s consistency from the attacking line allows us to stay is long rallies and terminate during crucial points.”

Katie Polick: A junior DS from Westosha Central High School, Polick plays on the Wisconsin Juniors 17-National team in the 18-Regional Division. Coaches say, “she is ready for every ball when she steps out on to the court.”

Brooklyn Radecke: The Stoughton High School Junior plays for the 608 Juniors 17-1s and is playing in the 18-Elite Division of the Badger Region Power League. Radecke is a 5’9” outside/right side hitter.

Alaina Schopf: The 5’8” Schopf is a pin hitter on the Spiketown Door County 18s team in the 18-Regional Division of Power League. She goes to Sevastopol High School, and coaches describe her as committed to defense with great vocal leadership skills.

Taryn Sullivan: Sullivan is a 5’8″ setter from DSHA who is playing on the Wisconsin Elite 17-Red Team in the 18-Regional Division of Power League this year.

Grace Turlais: A 5’11” outside from Oak Creek High School, Turlais is on the Wisconsin Juniors 17-1 team in the 18-Elite Division. Coaches say, “She finds ways to score from both pins even in tough situations.”

Kaylee Wilson: Wilson is a libero for the Wisconsin Juniors 17-National team that is playing in the 18-Regional team of Power League. She is a junior at Wilmot Union High School and is a “great defender capable of making the routine and spectacular play.”

2025 GRADUATES

Julia Ackley: Ackley is a multi-sport athlete from McFarland High School who plays on the Madtown Juniors 161 Select team competing in the 16-Elite Division. She is a 5’9” outside hitter with great work ethic and ability to connect with her teammates.

Abigail Alms: Alms is a 6’1” outside hitter on the 414 Milwaukee Elite 16 Elite team. She is from Greenfield High School, where she received all-conference honors and was a team captain as a sophomore. Her team will play in the 16-Elite team of Power League.

Chassidy Anderson: Anderson is a 5’10” middle from Menomonee Falls High School with a heavy arm swing and big blocks. She is on the Wisconsin Elite 16-Elite team this year.

Elizabeth Armour: Armour is a 5’6″ outside hitter from Muskego High School who plays on the Milwaukee Juniors 16-1s team. Coaches say, “She not only has a very fast arm swing but an insanely high vertical touching 9″6″ at the beginning of the season.”

Brooke Bartlett: The Wisconsin Premier athlete playing at the 16-Elite Division is an outstanding libero for Premier and Kettle Moraine Lutheran High School. Coaches say she “is probably one of the best defensive players we have coached.”

Riley Bell-Nance: A 5’10” middle blocker from Lakes Community High School (Ill.), Bell-Nance plays for Wisconsin Juniors 16-Elite. Coaches say, “Riley is an offensive threat in the middle, and has the ability to shut down teams with the block.”

Naomi Bortulin: A 5’3″ sophomore libero  from Watertown Luther Prep, Bortulin plays for the Southwest Milwaukee 16-Blue team playing in the 16-Select Division. “She is a reassuring presence to those around her on the court,” coaches say.

Kasey Bieganski: Coaches say Bieganski’s versatility make her a huge asset for the 414 Milwaukee Elite 16-National team competing in the 16-Elite Division of Power League. She is listed as a 5’9” pin hitter who hails from Whitnall High School.

Allison Bostley: A sophomore at Verona High School, Bostley is a 6’4″ middle blocker on the Infinity Volleyball Crew 16-Navy team. She was honorable mention all conference in the Big 8 Conference as a sophomore.

Anna Carter: A sophomore at DSHA, Carter is a 5’8” middle, setter and right side for the Junior Red Knights 16-Red team playing in the 16-Regional Division of Power League. Carter shines as a front row player as well as a key passer for the Red Knights.

Brook Cerny: The 2025 setter from Brookfield East High School competes on the 414 Milwaukee Elite 16-National team. She is 5’10” and will be playing in the 16-Elite Division of Power League.

Jordan Dalland: A sophomore at Whitnall High School, Dalland is a libero for the Wisconsin Elite 16-Red Team in the 16-Select Division. Coaches say, “she will make the ups that no one else gets.”

Audrey Davis: The six-rotation outside hitter from Sun Prairie West High School is a 5’8” outside hitter and plays on the Madtown Juniors 161 Select team. Her team will be in the 16-Elite Division.

Gaby DiMotto: DiMotto is what coaches describe as a “gritty, six-rotation outside hitter” for Wisconsin Juniors 16-1s. She is a 5’9″ pin from New Berlin West High School who, “mixes stout defense with a range of shots making that makes her a go-to attacker.”

Julia Erdmann: Erdmann is a 5’9″ setter from Oak Creek playing on the Wisconsin Juniors 16-1 team this year. “She has shown early this season the decision making it takes to be an elite setter. She is learning to deliver a faster tempo consistently and taking control of her offense,” coaches say.

Emma Ellingham: A sophomore at Burlington High School, Ellingham is a setter for the 16-National Team at Wisconsin Juniors that plays in the 16-Select Division. Coaches say, “She sets the tone in all practices and games.”

Claire Gibbons: Gibbons is a libero competing on the 608 Juniors 16-1s team that is competing in the 16-Elite Division of the Badger Region Power League. She is a sophomore libero from Verona Area High School.

Kelsy Grant: The 5’9” pin hitter and setter from Monticello High School competes with the 608 Juniors 16-1s team. She was a first-team all-conference selection for her high school team. She will be competing in the 16-Elite Division of Power League.

Videlia Gross: A 5’8″ outside from Kettle Moraine High School, Gross is an outside hitter on the Southwest Milwaukee 16-Blue team playing in the 16-Select Division. “She is a smart player and has great shot placement,” coaches say.

Audrey Heiring: A sophomore at Kenosha Christian Life, Heiring is a 6’0″ middle on the 16-1s team at Wisonconsin Juniors. Coaches say, “Audrey will have one of highest attack points in the league. Just shy of 10′ she brings an explosive dynamic to our team with her ablility to block and attack. Transitioning from RS to OH this season she will be a go to for us front row and backrow.”

Sam Hoeksema: Hoeksema is a 2025 graduate but is playing up on the Wisconsin Elite 17-Elite team this season in the 18-Elite Division. She is a 5’10” outside hitter who attends Sussex Hamilton High School.

Taylor Holden: At 5’11”, Holden is moving to outside hitter this year after playing right side last year. The Delavan-Darien High School sophomore is on the Lake Juniors 16-Select team playing the 16-Select Division of Power League.

Jayce Holman: A sophomore at Mount Horeb High School, Holman is a 6’2″ setter/opposite that plays on the Infinity Volleyball Crew’s 16-Navy team.  She was 2nd team all-conference in the Badger West conference this season.

Ella Jetzer: Jetzer is a 5’8” pin on the 414 Milwaukee Elite 16-Elite team. The Franklin High School sophomore has great skills in the front and back row as well as ton of fun, positive energy on the court. She will be playing in the 16-Elite division.

Madisyn Johnson: A sophomore at Kenosha Indian Trail High School, Johnson is a 5’6″ defensive specialist for Wisconsin Juniors 16-Elite. Coaches say, “Madi makes big plays defensively and is relentless in her pursuit of the ball.”

Reese Jorgenson: The 6’1” middle blocker from Monona Grove High School competes on the 608 Juniors 16-1s team in the 16-Elite Division of Power League.

Elyse Lange: Lange is a libero from Mukwonago High School on the Wisconsin Elite 16-Elite team this year. Coaches say, “she is very reliable in serve receive and makes early reads on defense.”

Meghan Leedle: Leedle is a 5’10” middle from Germantown High School on the Wisconsin Elite 16-Red team playing in the 16-Select Division. Coaches say, “She has a remarkable press on her block and is quick in transition.”

Teagan Letizia: The Illinois resident is on a 5’5” outside/defensive specialist on the Lakes Juniors 16-Select team. She goes to McHenry West High School and will be in the 16-Select Division of Power League.

Marin Lillesand: A sophomore at Arrowhead High School, Lillesand is a 5’7″ utility player that brings tons of positive energy to her Southwest Milwaukee 16-White team that is playing in the 16-Regional Division.

Adelyn Martin: Martin is a 5’7″ outside from Lakes Community High School (Ill.) and plays on the Wisconsin Juniors 16-Elite team. Coaches say, “She is a dynamic player who plays with heart. Ady is fearless and has the ability to make big plays and take over matches offensively.”

Hope Martins: Martins is a 5’5” setter from Pius XI High School who plays on the 414 Milwaukee Elite 16-Elite squad. Her team will be in the 16-Elite Division of Power League.

Lauren Maszk: A sophomore at Whitefish Bay High School, Maszk is a 5’10” right side for the Wisconsin Elite 16-Elite team. Coaches say, “She has a very high contact point and can go over blockers. She has great energy on the court.”

Avery Nordness: Nordness is listed as a 5’6” libero on the Madtown Juniors 161 Select team. She is a sophomore at Deforest High School and is a excellent at reading hitters and setters, coaches say. She will be competing in the 16-Elite division.

Lauren Penl: A six-rotation right side from Waukesha North High School, Penl plays for the Milwaukee Juniors 16-1 team in the 16-Elite Division of Power League. Coaches say, “As a right side, she is one of the top serve receivers on our team and can hit in the front row or back row.”

Breanna Rangel: Rangel is a libero at Reinas de la Canche 16-Blue team. She is a sophomore at St. Anthony’s High School and was an all-conference selection.

Ava Rankin: The St. Mary Catholic High School sophomore is listed as a 5’6” outside hitter/defensive specialist for the Valley Velocity 16U Purple squad. Her team will be in the 16-Regional Division of Power League.

Annika Romine:  The Franklin High School sophomore is a 5’11” middle hitter on the 414 Milwaukee Elite 16-Blue team. Her team will lay in the 16-Select Division of Power League.

Ava Schroeder: Schroeder is a 5’7″ outside on Wisconsin Juniors 16-National team playing in the 16-Select Division. She attends Greendale High School, and coaches say, “she is a leader on the court who can be heard communicating with and cheering on her teammates all the time.”

Hannah Seymour: A sophomore at New Berlin West High School, Seymour is a 5-foot libero/DS that plays on the Southwest Milwaukee 16-White team playing in the 16-Regional division. Coaches say, “Hannah is always ready to go when it comes to practice of game day.”

Andy Yetsy Salinas: A sophomore at St. Augustine Prepatory Academy of Milwaukee, the 5’7″ setter and outside hitter is a vital part of the Reinas de la Canche 16-Ble team this sesason.

Emma Trotter: The 5’9” pin hitter competes on the 414 Milwaukee Elite 16-National team. She goes to Wisconsin Lutheran High School. As a lefty, she has a talent to play both outside and right side hitter positions. Her team is in the 16-Elite Division of Power League.

Ellie Voss: The 5’5” setter from Kimberly High School “has great court awareness and knows where her hitters are and where to put the ball,” coaches say. She is on the Valley Velocity 16U Purple team in the 16-Regional Division.

Kara Witowski: A libero from New Berlin Eisenhower High School, Witowksi plays for the Milwaukee Juniors 16-1 team in the 16-Elite Division of Power League. Coaches say, “She is also excellent leader and was named captain for our team. Kara was also named camp MVP for Milwaukee Juniors this past summer.”

2026 GRADUATES

Madyson Bargenquast: The 5’6″ outside/defensive specialist is on the Valley Veloicty 15-Purple team playing in the 16-Regional division of Power League. The Kaukauna High School has a “powerful hit and has the power to see the open spots on the court with her swings.”

Ella Buelling: A 5’9” setter, Buelling plays for the 608 Juniors 15-1s team that is competing in the 16 Elite Division of Power League. She is a freshman at Edgewood High School.

Hanna Bultman: The Thomas More High School freshman is a 5’11” middle/opposite that plays on the 414 Milwaukee Elite 15-Elite team. The 5’11” Bultman is a middle hitter transitioning to the right side and is playing in the 16-Elite division this year.

Anabelle Cerny: Cerny is a 5’11” setter who started on her varsity team as a freshman at Kenosha St. Joseph High School. She is on the Wisconsin Elite 15-Elite team that plays in the 16-Elite Division of Power League.

Megan Christensen: Christenson will be playing on the Southwest Milwaukee 15-Blue team in the 16-Select Division of Power League. She is a 5’10” freshman outside hitter from Pewaukee High School.

Lexie Christie: Christie is listed at 5-foot-2 but can play defensive specialist, setter or right side for her team. She plays for Junior Red Knights 16-Red and will be in the 16-Regional Division of Power League. She hails from Waukesha North High School

MaKaelyn Clark: A 5’9″ setter/rightside from Oshkosh West High School, Clark plays on the Fox Valley Performance G15-Natoinal team in the 16-Select Division.  Clark was a contributing member to her high school’s varsity team as a freshman.

Morgan Curcio: The Shoreland High School freshman plays as a 5’6″ outside hitter for the Wisconsin Juniors 15-National squad that is in the 16-Select Division of Power League this year.

Kennedy DeZur: DeZur will be playing on the Southwest Milwaukee 15-Blue team in the 16-Select Division of Power League. She is listed as a 6-foot middle/pin hitter from Whitnall High School.

Amanda Esmeier: The 5’6” setter from Mukwonago High School “understands the best place to put the ball for hitters,” her coaches say. This season she is on the Southwest Milwaukee 15-White team competing in the 16-Regional Division.

Teegan Glaves: A defensive specialist from Wilmot High School, Glaves plays on Wisconsin Juniors 15-Select in the 16-Regional Division of Power League.

Norma Glisczinski: Coaches describe Norma as being the heart and soul of the 15-Blue team at 414 Milwaukee Elite. She is a Brookfield Central High School freshman brought up to varsity at the end of the year. She is a 5’9” middle/outside that will be competing in the 16-Select division.

Taryn Gomez: A freshman defensive specialist from Westosha Central High School, Gomez plays on the Wisconsin Juniors 15-Elite team in the 16-Elite Division of the Power League.

Sara Gonzalez Morales: A libero from Oak Creek High School, Gonzalez Morales plays on the Milwaukee Juniors 15-1s in the 16-Elite Division of the Power League this year.

Lucy Gray: A 6’2” middle blocker on the 414 Milwaukee Elite 15-Elite team, Gray has a very high ceiling. She is a freshman at Rufus King High School and will be competing in the 16-Elite Division of Power League this year.

Lila Heriford: Listed as a 5’8″ middle blocker, Heriford is from Westosha Central High School and plays on the Wisconsin Juniors 15-Elite team in the 16-Elite Division of Power League.

CeCe Higgens: Higgens is a 5’4″ outside/defensive specialist on the Valley Velocity 15-Purple team playing in the 16-Regional division. She is from Xavier High School and coaches say is a very versatile player.

Marlee Hills: A 5’10” middle from Dominican High School, Hills plays on the Wisconsin Elite 15-Elite team in the 16-Select Division of Power League this year.

Jenna James: A 5’7″ outside hitter from Union Grove High School, James plays on the Wisconsin Juniors 15-National team in the 16-Select Division of Power League this year.

Kayla Laundered: As a freshman who made contributions to the varsity team at McFarland High School, Laundered comes into club season as a 5’11” middle hitter/pin hitter on the Madtown Juniors 151 Select team. Her squad will be competing in the 16 Select division of Power League.

Alaina Matola: Matola is a powerful 5’6” attacker, capable of hitting either pin position and out of the back row. She plays for 414 Milwaukee Elite 15-Elite and goes to Brookfield East High School. Her team will be int eh 16-Elite Division.

Meghan Nash: A 5’5″ setter from Brookfield Central High School, Nash plays for Milwaukee Juniors 15-1s in the 16-Elite Division of the Power League this year.

Sadie Newcomb: Newcomb in a 5’10” pin hitter/middle blocker on the 608 Juniors 15-1s team competing in the 16-Elite Division of Power League. She is a freshman at Middleton High School.

Lauren Ossmann: A freshman setter from Wisconsin Lutheran High School, the 6-foot Ossmann is on the 15-Elite team at Wisconsin Elite playing in the 16-Select Division of Power League this year.

Camiela Phillips: Phillips is a libero from Oconomowoc High School and is on the Wisconsin Elite 15-Red Team that is competing in the 16-Regional Division of the Power League.

Miley Quade: Quade is a 5’8″ outside hitter for Milwaukee Juniors 15-1s that is playing in the 16-Elite Division of Power League. She is a freshman at Slinger High School

Isa Ruether: A 5’10” outside/rightside hitter for Wisconsin Juniors 15-Elite, Ruether is from Oak Creek High School and will be seen competing in the 16-Elite Division of Power League.

Penny Schell: The height that Schelle plays at above the net makes Schell a great candidate for the Power League Watchlist. She is a 6’ outside hitter from Abundant Life High School. She currently plays on the Madtown Juniors 151 Select team playing in the 16-Select Division of Power League.

Olivia Tautges: A freshman at Lakes Community High School (Ill.), Tautges is a defensive specialist for the 15-Select team from Wisconsin Juniors playing in the 16-Regional Division of Power League.

Abigail Toyama: Toyama is a 5’7″ pin hitter and defensive specialist for the Wisconsin Elite 15-Red team in the 16-Regional Division. She is from Wauwatosa East High School.

Ava Turlais: A freshman at Oak Creek High School, Turlais is a 5’11” middle blocker for the Wisconsin Juniors 15-1s team playing in the 16-Elite Division of Power League.

Brenna Valerio: “Brenna covers the court so well,” her Southwest Milwaukee 15-White coaches say. She is listed as a 5’5” outside hitter/defensive specialist for her team that will be in the 16-Regional Division of Power League.

Jocelyn Ward: Ward is a 5’6″ outside hitter on the Wisconsin Juniors 15-Elite team that competes in the 16-Elite Division of Power League. She plays at Westosha Central High School.

Brynley Wunderlich: A 5’10” freshman at Hortonville High School, Wunderlich is an outside hitter for the Fox Valley Performance 15-National team playing in the 16-Select Division.  Coaches say, “She can attack a high ball as well as a first tempo ball on the outside with an aggressive swing.”

Saylor Wygert: Wygert is a 5’6″ pin hitter with a fast arm from DSHA. She is on the Wisconsin Elite 15-Blue team this year playing in the 16-Regional Division.