The senior was the top player for the Class 1 two-time state champion squad. She totaled 317 kills in her final season.
Bloomfield, junior, 2018 winner
The junior middle hitter was an impressive presence both offensively and defensively for the quarterfinalist Wildcats. She had 57 aces, 337 kills, 135 blocks and 186 digs. That campaign earned Below all-district honors and the tag of Stoddard County Activities Association Co-Player of the Year.
Dexter, junior, 2017 winner
A repeat Semoball Awards finalist, Garrison was a force for the Bearcats front row, amassing more kills (506) and a better hitting percentage (.415) than anyone in the area. She also dug out 242 balls. With a year still left in her high school career, Garrison is verbally committed to New Mexico State.
Notre Dame, senior, 2016 winner
McAlister concluded her senior year with a single-season school record 493 kills and was honored as the SEMO Conference Player of the Year. She also had 183 digs and 52 aces in earning First Team All-District and All-Region and Second Team All-State honors.
Dexter senior, 2015 winner
Lindsey finished with a team-high 287 kills and 72 block kills for the Class 3 District 1 champion Bearcats. She posted a 99.6 serving percentage and had 138 digs on her way to second-team all-state honors. She will play next year at Mineral Area College.
Leopold junior, 2014 winner
Petty, a threat from any position on the court, played a combination of middle blocker and setter for the Wildcats in their final four season. She finished with 309 kills, 301 assists, 116 digs, 44 blocks and 29 aces.