Omaha Skutt, 6-3, so, OH
Reaching for the stars: Krause missed several games at the start of the season due to U-18 Youth National Team duties, but once she returned to high school competition, there was no stopping her. She played in only 77 sets, yet recorded 260 kills to help push the SkyHawks to their fourth straight Class B state title. Her block numbers were up from last season despite playing 34 fewer sets.
Coach’s view: "Lindsay brings a new dimension to our team. She has the ability to take over matches with her attack and block, but also plays within our system. This season she learned that she does not have to do everything perfectly or on her own. She learned to play hard at all times and not worry about making mistakes, and to let the game come to her. She is also a very competitive person who holds her teammates accountable in practice and in games. She is respected by everyone on the team even though she is only a sophomore. She is a team player who has a desire to succeed." — Omaha Skutt coach Renee Saunders.