Houston Methodist Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Poll: VYPE Houston Public School Volleyball Player of the Year
What a volleyball season!
Fulshear climbed the mountain and won it all in Class 4A for its first state championship in program history. The Chargers were led by State Tournament MVP Alexis Dacosta.
Other quality finishes included Friendswood and Ridge Point reaching the state tournament. Friendswood was led by UIL State All-Tournament team selection Ashlyn Svoboda, while Ridge Point was guided by Kentucky-signee Reagan Rutherford.
There were a ton of amazing performances this year. So, it's time to vote for the 2019 VYPE Public School Volleyball Player of the Year.
The Houston Methodist Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Poll of the Week – VYPE Houston Public School Volleyball Player of the Year is now live! Fans will have the chance to vote until Monday, December 2nd, at 7 p.m.
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After 38 years in coaching, Memorial coach Beth Gammill will not be patrolling the sideline in 2019. Gammill retired after an illustrious career. Stepping in will be Kaddie Platt, which is a huge get for Spring Branch ISD. Platt was the University of Houston volleyball head coach for six seasons and built Houston Baptist University (HBU) for 17 years.
Platt has to replace superstar Sanaa' Dotson, who is off to Oklahoma, but she has some pieces returning.
Lyla Traylor is the top returning kill artist, followed by Brooke Duncan. Logan LeRoux is the quarterback at setter and had over 550 assists a year ago. The 'Stangs went 14-2, finishing second in District 17-6A. The season came to a screeching halt in the second round as Class 6A State Runner-Up Ridge Point blanked the Mustangs.
With Platt and her college coaching pedigree at the helm, the sky could be the limit in 2019.