Reagan recognized for strong start to season

Snohomish senior outside hitter Lanesha Reagan has been named the Washington State Max Preps/AVCA Player of the Week for matches played from Sept. 16-22.

The Panthers lost to Skyline 3-2 on Sept. 17 and defeated Glacier Peak 3-0 last Thursday. In those two matches, Reagan recorded eight aces, five assists, 29 digs, 49 kills and two blocks. She averaged 3.6 digs and 6.1 kills per set in that same span.

Before the Panthers match with Oak Harbor on Tuesday, they had one two matches and lost one. Through three matches, Reagan was Max Preps No. 1 ranked hitter in the state with 135 kills in 215 attempts for a 52.1 kill percentage.

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