Four high school seniors have signed National Letters of Intent to play volleyball at Western Washington University. They are outside hitter Eliana Ala’ilima-Daley from Cascade High School in Leavenworth, middle blocker Joslyn Bopray from Lewis & Clark High School in Spokane, outside hitter Kazlyn Roullier from Central Valley High School in Spokane Valley, and libero Mae Thungc from Kentridge High School in Kent.
Ala’ilima-Daley was selected to compete in the senior all-state match and was the Caribou Trail League MVP as a senior at Cascade High. A first-team all-league pick for the fourth straight season, she averaged 27 kills per match, helping the Kodiaks win conference and regional titles and place fifth at the Class 1A state tournament.
Bopray was a first-team Greater Spokane League all-star as a senior at Lewis & Clark High School, helping the Tigers to a three straight district appearances. She ranked sixth among Class 4A state leaders in total blocks with 78 and first in blocks per set at 1.7.
Roullier was the MVP of the Greater Spokane League as a senior at Central Valley High School. She led the Bears to undefeated GSL season, district and regional championships, all school firsts; and the school’s highest finish of eighth at the Class 4A state tournament. CVHS finished 28-3-1.
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Thungc was a first-team Tacoma News Tribune all-Area and South Puget Sound League 4A North Division all-star as a senior at Kentridge High School. She had 744 digs and 130 service aces on a team that reached the district tournament after finishing in a three-way tie for the league title.