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Flinthills’ Harlee Randall – Poll Winner Presented By Advanced Physical Therapy

Harlee Randall, a Flinthills first team all-league volleyball player, had a sophomore season to remember. With nearly 400 kills and over 100 blocks, Randall had awards and accolades heading her way the entire season, and she expects no different this year. 

Even after a standout 2022 season, Randall knew the work was nowhere near close to being finished, and spent her offseason training and conditioning. 

“I went to our summer practices and spent a lot of time in the weight room,” Randall said. “I’ve spent lots of time improving my ankle strength and stability because I’ve sprained them a few times.”

The preseason work has already started to pay off, as Flinthills has started their season off undefeated. After a tough season ending loss to Little River last season, Randall has big dreams to make a repeat at state this year, and is optimistic to an exciting ending. 

“Some of my goals for this year are to improve my passing and spot serving,” Randall said. “I would say my biggest goal is to have my team return to the state tournament this year.”

With two more years to decide, Randall does have aspirations to continue playing volleyball at the next level, while also furthering her education. 

“My future plans are to play volleyball at the collegiate level,” Randall said. “I am currently undecided on a career but I would like to do something science related.”

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