2020 Volleyball Finalists
The senior athlete totaled 210 kills and became the Mules’ all-time leader in that category.
The junior helped the Indians win 28 matches, including a Class 4 District 1 championship. She was named as the SEMO North Conference Setter of the Year.
The senior libero was the SEMO North Conference Defensive Player of the Year and broke her own Bulldog season record for digs.
The sophomore became the first-ever All-State volleyball player for the Whippets and also earned her conference Most Valuable Player Award.
The junior setter and hitter was the SEMO South Conference Player of the Tear and the SEMO South Conference Setter of the Year.
The junior outside hitter helped the Hornets win 36 matches last season and recorded 247 kills and 186 digs.
The senior was the top player for the Class 1 two-time state champion squad. She totaled 317 kills in her final season.
The junior earned the SEMO North Conference Player of the Year honors with 232 kills. She was also named as the Southeast Missourian Player of the Year.
The sophomore helped the Tigers win 20 games last season and was named as the SEMO Conference Hitter of the Year.
The junior libero was the top defender for the District runner-up Bearcats, who won 20 matches.