Wilson All-State volleyball player Kassidy Means

The Wilson girls volleyball team is almost a month into its season.  The Bulldogs still haven't tasted defeat.  They extended their winning streak to ten with a 3-1 victory over Twin Valley (25-14, 27-25, 14-25, 25-15).  The Raiders are the defending District 3-3A champions.  Kassidy Means piled up 14 kills, 15 digs, and four aces.  The 6'1 All-State selection is one of eight seniors on Wilson's squad.  "We've played with each other for so long. They've become some of my best friends. We really created a bond that is unbreakable," Means told SV Sports' Paul Roberts.  The University of Scranton commit was named the Berks County Player of the Year as a freshman.  She surpassed 1,000 career kills earlier this season.  "I was extremely proud and I wouldn't have gotten here without my team. It was one of my biggest accomplishments," said Means.  Cameryn Niedrowski and Airyanna Kline have also been playing varsity for four years.  Niedrowski, an All-State setter, had 35 assists against Twin Valley on Thursday.  Kline, a 6'3 East Carolina commit, provided 11 kills and 9 blocks.  Nia Kendall, who's also a senior, added 9 kills and 7 blocks.  The Bulldogs reached the District 3-4A final last year.  They dropped a nailbiter to Hempfield 3-2.  Wilson is ranked #5 in the state.  The Bulldogs are searching for their fourth consecutive Berks County title.  "We think about it all the time. We are definitely hoping for another county championship," replied Means.



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