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Mylie Brown, Beloit HS – Prep Performance Of The Month Presented By Hog Wild

By Matt Browning

The Beloit volleyball team went to the Class 3A Tournament in 2022 and one of the main reasons was second team all-state and first team all-league outside hitter Mylie Brown.

She had 290 kills, a 93 percent serving percentage and 271 digs, among other impressive statistics.

What could be in store for Brown and the Trojans in 2023?

“I am most excited about seeing how far my team can make it this year,” Brown said. “We have a lot of talent and I think we can make it to the state tournament.”

From a physical standpoint, Brown is superior to most other athletes in the North Central Activities Association. But where she wants to improve her leadership and communication.

“I am working on improving my communication,” Brown said. “I am not a super loud person, so communication is definitely a weakness that I have. Communication is one of the most important parts of volleyball, so I have really been focusing on working on it in practice and have been striving to improve every game.”

Getting Beloit out of pool play and having the opportunity to play for a state championship is a priority for Brown.

“We also really focus on growing as a team and building a family,” Brown said. “You can have really good players on your team, but if you don’t have love for each other, you won’t make it very far. These girls are like sisters to me, and on top of that we have a lot of talent, so I believe we will have a lot of success.”

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