Coaches association releases latest WPIAL girls volleyball rankings

Tuesday, September 3, 2019 | 10:46 AM

The opening weekend of the WPIAL girls volleyball season has come and gone, and section matchups in all four classifications begin Tuesday evening.

The Western Pennsylvania Volleyball Coaches Association, in a poll of the 120 WPIAL head coaches, released its second rankings list of the season.

North Allegheny (Class AAAA), Knoch (Class AAA), Frazier (Class AA) and Bishop Canevin (Class A) hold on to their top spots.

Class AAAA

1. North Allegheny

2. Pine-Richland

3. Shaler

4. Baldwin

5. Oakland Catholic

6. Canon McMillan

7. Hempfield

8. Moon

9. Seneca Valley

10. Butler

Other teams receiving votes:

Bethel Park, Peters Township, Latrobe

Class AAAA Players of the Week:

Marin Laffey, Senior, Libero, Pine-Richland

Ava Carney, Freshman, Middle Blocker, Butler

Addie Kania, Sophomore, Middle Blocker, Shaler

Katie Weston, Senior, Libero, Canon McMillan

Class AAA

1. Knoch

2. Thomas Jefferson

3. Laurel Highlands

4. West Allegheny

5. South Fayette

6. Franklin Regional

7. Elizabeth Forward

8. Armstrong

9. Chartiers Valley

10. Montour

Other teams receiving votes:

Hampton, Kiski Area, Central Valley, Mars

Class AAA Players of the Week:

Leah Fournier, Junior, Outside Hitter, Elizabeth Forward

Aly Kildenberger, Junior, Middle Hitter, Franklin Regional

Hannah Rowe, Senior, Outside Hitter, Knoch

Class AA

1. Frazier

2. North Catholic

3. Freeport

4. Serra Catholic

5. Beaver Area

6. Avonworth

7. Derry Area

8. Hopewell

9. Neshannock

10. Seton La Salle

Other team receiving votes:

Our Lady of the Sacred Heart

Class AA Players of the Week:

Mackenzie Jack, Senior, Middle Blocker, Freeport

Isabella Russo, Senior, Middle Blocker, Freeport

Class A

1. Bishop Canevin

2. Fort Cherry

3. Carmichaels

4. Greensburg Central Catholic

5. Geibel Catholic

6. Beaver County Christian

7. Brentwood

8. Shenango

9. Leechburg

10. California

Other team receiving votes:

Trinity Christian

Class A Player of the Week:

Maddie Maziarz, Senior, Setter, Bishop Canevin

Michael Love is a Tribune-Review Staff Writer. You can contact Michael by email at or via Twitter .

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