Tradition rich Lewis Palmer rolled to another state championship last Fall ending the 2016 campaign with a perfect 29-0 mark.  That group was led by several talented seniors but the tradition should live on as the Rangers return several young players who played important roles in the title chase.  Among them is McKenna Sciacca who returns for her junior year after earning second team all-state honors.
Holy Family standout Ali Travis is the lone first-teamer back on the court this year and she hopes to lead the Tigers one final step after finishing second a season ago.


Ali Travis — Holy Family

  • Recorded team best 332 kills as a sophomore
  • Led the Tigers with 69 aces — next best was 33
  • Pushed the Tigers to a 24-5 record and state tournament appearance



Rylee Anderson — Silver Creek

  • Led Raptors with 441 kills as a junior — next highest total was 214
  • Topped club with 74 aces
  • Helped led team to state tournament where they went 0-2 in pool play

Mackenzie Fidelak — Niwot

  • Helped Cougars to a 14-0 mark and the Northern Conference title
  • Led team with 331 kills as a junior
  • One of four players to register at least 30 aces last season
  • 2nd on Cougars with 60 blocks

Brilane Manchego — Pueblo West

  • Major part of a program that has won 66 straight conference matches since 2010
  • Led Cyclones with 841 assists — rest of the team had 115
  • Third on the team with 213 digs
  • Second on team with 47 assists

McKenna Sciacca — Lewis Palmer

  • Led the squad with 939 assists on the season — rest of the team had 99 combined
  • Was 6th on team with 61 kills in only 129 attacks
  • Third on the Rangers with 41 aces
  • Very important part of a team that won all 29 matches including a 3-game sweep of Holy Family in the state championship match

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