Five from Georgia named to high school volleyball All-American team
On Wednesday, MaxPreps released their High School Volleyball All-American Team and the McIntosh Chiefs landed three of its members on the list. Senior hitter and Duke sign, Ngozi Iloh, was named to the First Team along with Walton’s Emery Dupes. Iloh helped lead the Chiefs to their fourth straight Georgia High School Association state title and finished her high school career with 5252 kills. Dupes, a Florida State signee, landed on the list of first team libero/defensive specialist. She is a three time state champion as she was with the Raiders in the midst of their five consecutive state title run. Unfortunately, Dupes was not able to capture another championship her final year as the Raiders fell to Alpharetta in the title game, but she finished her senior season with 216 digs and 218 recieves and had over 1,000 career digs and receives.
Landing on Second Team was McIntosh’s Alexa Markley and Claire Lewis as well as St. Francis’ Jacque Boney. Boney, a second team hitter and Michigan signee finished her high school career with 1,975 kills and wrapped up her senior year with 691 kills, 147 digs and 129 blocks. McIntosh’s rising senior, Alexa Markley also made second team hitters and it was well deserved. Markley, now a three time state champion, finished her junior year with 405 kills and earned all-state honors. Markley is a Penn State commit. Markley and Iloh are also joined by teammate Claire Lewis, Second Team setter. Lewis is a four time state champion and joins Markley as an all-state selection. She capped her final high school year with 1,012 assist, 262 digs and 75 kills. Lewis is a Georgia State signee. Congratulations Ladies!