Snohomish’s Reagan on national Soph 79 list

The website prepvolleyball.com recently released The Soph 79, or the best varsity-playing sophomores in the country from this past season and Snohomish’s Lanesha Reagan was honored as one of just seven volleyball players from Washington to make the prestigious list.

Here’s what prepvolleyball.com had to say about the Panthers star:

Lanesha Reagan, 5-9 OH, Snohomish (Washington) — Reagan followed up an accolade-filled freshman year during which she led the Panthers to a fifth-place finish at state with another big year as a sophomore. The Oregon State commit played in 72 games this season and had 630 attempts, 359

kills and averaged 5 kills per game with a 57 percent kill ratio and a 47 percent hitting ratio. Reagan, who has otherworldly leaping ability, was selected as the Q13 Athlete of the Week, Seattle Times Star of the Week for her performance at the Monroe Bearcat tournament (60 kills, 30 digs, 6

blocks and 3 aces), and WIAA/Seattle Times State Athlete of the Week with 104 kills, 45 digs, 10 aces and 8 blocks in two Western Conference matches and the Bearcat tournament. Last summer, Reagan was selected to the USA Volleyball A-1 Select team.

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