North Allegheny, Beaver, North Catholic, Bishop Canevin top final girls volleyball rankings
Monday, October 26, 2020 | 11:32 AM
With the regular season in the books, hopes turn to WPIAL gold as the playoffs begin this week.
The Western Pennsylvania Volleyball Coaches Association on Monday morning released its final rankings for the 2020 season.
North Allegheny (Class 4A), Beaver (Class 3A), North Catholic (Class 2A) and Bishop Canevin (Class A) all remain at the top of their respective rankings this week.
North Allegheny (Section 1-4A), Moon (Section 2-4A), Oakland Catholic (Section 3-4A), Plum (Section 1-3A), Beaver (Section 4-3A), Ellwood City (Section 1-2A), North Catholic (Section 2-2A), Fort Cherry (Section 2-A), Bishop Canevin (Section 3-A) and Greensburg Central Catholic (Section 4-A) captured section championships with undefeated records.
The team rankings are based on a vote of the 117 WPIAL head coaches. The players of the week selections are based on submitted coaches nominations.
The WPIAL pairings show on the Triblive High School Sports Network begins at 1 p.m.
1. North Allegheny
6. Bethel Park
Other teams receiving votes:
Class 4A Players of the Week:
Paige Miller, senior, outside hitter, North Allegheny
AJ Thompson, senior, middle hitter, Moon
Alyssa Saghy, senior, middle hitter, Upper St. Clair
Makenzie Nelson, senior, libero, Pine-Richland
Bella McFarland, senior, outside hitter, Canon-McMillan
Allison Yarnot, sophomore, outside hitter, Shaler
Other team receiving votes:
Class 3A Players of the Week:
Lilian Rockwell, senior, middle hitter, Thomas Jefferson
Rachel Phoennik, senior, middle hitter, South Fayette
Eden McElhaney, senior, outside hitter, Beaver
Beth Long, senior, outside hitter, Mars
Erica Lampus, junior, outside hitter, Freeport
Angle Calloway, junior, libero, Penn Hills
1. North Catholic
2. Ellwood City
3. South Park
7. Deer Lakes
10. Seton LaSalle
Other team receiving votes:
Class 2A Players of the Week:
Cristiana Saldamarco, senior, defensive specialist, Deer Lakes
Sydney Kuis, senior, libero, Carmichaels
Noel Hunter, senior, middle hitter, Beth-Center
Danielle McGowan, senior, middle hitter, Ellwood City
Malia Sigg, senior, outside hitter, Seton LaSalle
Dalayne Morvosh, junior, middle hitter, Southmoreland
Maddie Fiorentini, junior, setter, South Park
1. Bishop Canevin
2. Fort Cherry
3. Greensburg Central Catholic
4. Our Lady of the Sacred Heart
10 West Greene
Class A Players of the Week:
Emily Bonelli, senior, middle hitter, Apollo-Ridge
Ca’Mari Walden, senior, middle hitter, California
Lilly Shychuck, senior, South Side Beaver
Erin LaQuatra, junior, libero, Bishop Canevin
Talya Pascoe, junior, outside hitter, California
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