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2019 Fall All-Met: Volleyball first team, second team, honorable mention

Flint Hill's Sydney Reed is the All-Met volleyball Player of the Year. (Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post)

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The following student-athletes have been selected to The Washington Post’s 2019 All-Met team for volleyball:

Player of the Year

Sydney Reed, OH, Sr., Flint Hill

The North Carolina commit was a dominant force, leading the Huskies to Independent School League, D.C. Metro and Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association titles. Reed tallied 243 kills and 352 digs this season to finish her career with a 120-6 record.

First team

Kirah Johnson, OH, Sr., Westfield

Johnson, who is committed to Virginia Tech, received district and region player of the year honors after registering more than 400 kills.

Kaliyah Moss, OH, Sr., Magruder

She will go down as one of the top players to come out of Magruder, and she holds the program record in almost every major statistical category. Moss was a major factor in the Colonels’ Maryland 3A championship run.

Karis Park, L, Chantilly

Park was one of the bright spots for Chantilly, being named district and region libero of the year.

Denver Pugh, OH, Sr., Flint Hill

The Cal State Bakersfield commit was another offensive threat on a strong Flint Hill team. She led the Independent School League in kills.

Jaden Reasor, L, Sr., W.T. Woodson

Reasor registered 437 digs and 703 serve receptions to help Woodson reach the Virginia Class 6 final.

Rachel Richardson, OH, Jr., St. John’s

Richardson, the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference player of the year, was a strong offensive presence for the Cadets, who won the WCAC and D.C. State Athletic Association championships.

Maya Scott, OH, Sr., Magruder

Scott’s dominant play throughout the season translated to the state playoffs, where she led the Colonels to the first Maryland 3A title in school history.

Sadie Vente, S, Sr., Lake Braddock

Vente, a three-year starter, was an assists machine in setting up Lake Braddock’s offense.

Coach of the Year

Scott Zanni, Magruder

In his 27th season with the Colonels, Zanni led his team to a 25-0 record and its first state title. Magruder swept its opponents 21 times.

Second team

Katelyn Clarke, OH, Sr., South County

Elayna Duprey, MB, Jr., Flint Hill

Skye Ferris, OH, Sr., O’Connell

Olivia Franke, MB, Sr., Langley

Zoe Huang, S, Jr., Flint Hill

Riley Parchment, OH, Sr., Holy Cross

Kristin Lough, S, Sr., Colgan

Emma Vente, OH, Jr., Lake Braddock

Honorable mention

Maya Boykin, S, Sr., St. John’s

Jaida Bynum, S, Sr., Elizabeth Seton

Alex Campero, L, Jr., Magruder

Jayci Chamberlain, OH, Sr., La Plata

Savannah Cockrill, MH, Sr., Westfield

Allie Droneberger, OH, Sr., Northern

Sam Giles, S, Sr., Mount Hebron

Elizabeth Hsieh, S, Sr., Wootton

Chloe Hum, L, Sr., Wootton

Sarah Jordan, OH, So., Loudoun County

Kennedy Kottkamp, L, Sr., Loudoun County

Jordan Lyons, OH, Sr., W.T. Woodson

Olivia Mallow, OH, Sr., Loudoun County

Julianna Quintero, OH, Sr., Battlefield

Jordan Redmiles, S, Jr., Howard

Asia Rhinehart, OH, Sr., Georgetown Day

Laila Rogers, OH, Sr., Richard Montgomery

Elena Sanchez, OH, Sr., Paul VI

Alejandra Serrano, OH, Sr., Holy Cross

Lyric Snowden, MB, Sr., Wilson

Allie Tambario, OH, Sr., Northern

Nicole Taylor, OH, Jr., St. John’s

Olivia Womble, MH, Sr., Robinson

Serena Xu, S, Sr., Churchill

Peyton Yamagata, OH, Sr., Stone Bridge

— Text written by Ryan McFadden