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Girls volleyball players to watch in 2019

Jaden Garelle of South Side works the net

Jaden Garelle of South Side works the net against Lynbrook at the Nassau Class A girls volleyball semifinals played in Levittown on Nov. 5, 2018. Credit: Peter Frutkoff

Jaden Garelle, South Side, MH, Sr.

A versatile middle with a consistent serve who can also defend on the back row, she’s a stabilizer for the Cyclones.

Viki Harkin, Mattituck, OH, Sr.

The high flyer delivers punishing kills for a team hoping to compete for another Long Island Class C championship.

Cat Jamison, Huntington, OH, Sr.

A 6-2 powerhouse who dominates opposing back lines with a combination of strength and placement.

Mikela Junemann, East Hampton, OH, Sr.

The Bonackers’ go-to hitter as a junior, she had 15 kills in a loss in the Suffolk Class A semifinals against Kings Park last season.

Diana Migliozzi, Connetquot, S, Sr.

She played all over the court for an inexperienced Thunderbirds team last fall, but will settle into the full-time setter position this year.

Kayley Ragazzini, Hewlett, OH, Sr.

The two-time defending Nassau Class B weight throw champion is also a powerful hitter who leads a team elevated to Nassau Conference  A-I.

Belle Smith, Westhampton, L, Sr.

Approaching 2,000 career digs, Smith is a stalwart of the Hurricanes' defense and an anchor for what the team hopes to achieve this fall.

Victoria Spencer, Wantagh, OH, Sr.

A consistent secondary threat for the Warriors during their run to a state Class A title last season, she’ll be the top option this year.

Sally Tietjen, Smithtown West, OH, Jr.

She had 339 kills last season, and now that the Bulls hope to make a run at the county title, she’ll be the focal point yet again.

Lauren Wong, Holy Trinity, L, Sr.

One of the top liberos in the CHSAA, she’s a steady passer and defender for the talented Titans.

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