County players to watch 1993 high school volleyball preview

September 10, 1993|By Tara Finnegan

Christie Anderson, Catonsville, Sr. -- Anderson, who was an integral part of the Comets' success last year, once again will help out on the front row with hitting and blocking.

Katherine Bevans, Towson, Jr. -- She was the top hitter for the Baltimore County JV champions last season and will be a force at the net and the baseline.

Jessica Clerkin, Towson, Jr. -- She was the No. 1 setter on last year's 12-0 county champion JV squad and will be an integral part of the Generals' offense.

Stacey Comins, Parkville, Jr. -- She is a consistent server and hard hitter who will lead the Knights' front-line attack.

Margie Huesman, Loch Raven, Sr. -- A strong utility player, Huesman is a consistent server and has a strong passing and defensive game.

Jaime Jansen, Perry Hall, Sr. -- Jansen averaged 1.1 kills per game and 1.24 aces per game while serving at 94 percent. At 5 feet 11, she is the tallest player on the Gators' squad and will pose a threat up front.

Laura Lewis, Hereford, Sr. -- At 5-11, Lewis is a force on the court whether she is on the front line hitting or in the backcourt serving.

Shannon McGarrigle, Lansdowne, Sr. -- McGarrigle, 5-10, is a good blocker and consistent hitter who will help the Vikings on offense and defense.

Melanie Moskowitz, Patapsco, Sr. -- At 5-9, Moskowitz returns as the Patriots' leading hitter and will be a focal point of the front-line attack.

Jen Ziomek, Owings Mills, Sr. -- One of the hardest hitters in the county, Ziomek averaged 3.5 kills per game and 1.0 ace per game last year for the Golden Eagles.

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