RYAN VANDERSLOOT, @YAIAAScores
The beauty of the West York girls’ volleyball team this season was not in the fact that the Bulldogs had one singular superstar to rely on.
Instead the York-Adams League champs were so dominant due to the cumulative effect of many different standouts playing together as a unit.
One could point to the two West York seniors — outside attacker Kate Tate and setter Trilby Kite — as potential Player of the Year candidates. Tate finished second on the team with 263 kills while Kite dished out 814 assists for the season.
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