2022 Volleyball Finalists
The Mineral Area College commit helped lead the Hornets to a third-straight Class 1 state quarterfinal and earned Class 1 All-State honors for a third straight year.
Vogel — a Murray State commit — was named the SEMO North Conference’s Player of the Year and Hitter of the Year in addition to receiving All-Conference honors.
Street helped lead the Tigers to their first district championship since 2002, 13th all-time, and recorded a team-high 11 kills in Clearwater’s Class 2 sectional win.
Long was named to the SCAA All-Conference team and helped lead the Bearcats to an SCAA Conference tournament championship.
Clenney played a key role in the Bulldogs’ second-place finish in Class 1, and was named to the Class 1 All-State team.
Sharp received Class 1 All-State honors in Gideon’s Class 1 runner-up season and recorded 27 assists and eight digs in the state championship game.
Trankler received first-team All-Conference honors in the SEMO North Conference and helped lead the Indians to their third straight Class 5 District 1 championship.
New received SEMO South first-team All-Conference honors and was named the conference’s player of the year and hitter of the year in her senior campaign.
McClintock — an Arkansas-Little Rock commit — received Class 3 All-State honors, helping lead the Bulldogs to a Class 3 District 1 championship in her senior season.
Johnson was named to the Class 2 All-State team and received Southeast Missourian Volleyball Player of the Year honors in her senior season.