Vote for Volleyball Player of the Year

Eds. note: Player of the Year is chosen by Herald staff members based on first-hand observations and voting by area coaches and fans. Voting ends Friday, 10 a.m.

Lanesha Reagan, Snohomish

The Panthers outside hitter led Snohomish to the state tournament for the first time since 2010.

Alysanne Van Dyke, King’s

The Knights outside hitter led King’s to a league and district championship and seventh place at state

Sidney Eck, Edmonds-Woodway

The Warriors middle blocker led E-W to a Wesco 4A title and No. 1 seed in district tournament

Tenika Wenworth, Everett

The Seagulls setter led Everett to a third-place finish in Wesco 3A

Amy Rickel, Meadowdale

The Mavericks libero led Meadowdale to a fifth-place finish at state

Amy Miles, Darrington

The Loggers outside hitter led Darrington to a third-place finish at state

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