August 24, 2008. By Mike Grimala. “The Chatham senior can see things that few other players recognize, and she can often see them before they happen. Of all the skills required to play setter, that’s perhaps the most important. Being able to recognize and interpret player movement on both sides of the court is crucial, as sight adjustments can mean the difference between winning and losing. In the Group 2 championship match last year, Racibarskas’ sixth sense helped deliver the state title. Leading 23-22 in the third and deciding game, Chatham was having trouble putting the ball away.” More from ESPN RISE.