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It's coming up on awards season as the wildest fall season of sports are wrapping up. All the athletes, coaches and administrators pushed through an history four months of uncertainty during a pandemic. We salute you all.
VYPE takes a look back on the seasons that were in the Clear Creek ISD and are happy to unveil the Athletes of the Fall season.
Clear Springs' RB Ky Woods is the key to the Chargers' offense. Why? Woods is the team's leading rusher with over 900 yards on the season. He can also catch the ball out of the backfield and has a nose for the end zone.
Clear Falls won District 24-6A going 11-1 in conference play. Mia Johnson was the straw that stirred the drink for the Knights. Johnson had 300 kills and over 250 digs. She is signed to the University of Hawaii.
Clear Springs made a big run into the Regional Tournament and Shyia Richardson was key to the Chargers' success. She was the team's leading kill artist, server and in digs. She is committed to South Florida.
Cameron McCalister helped lead Clear Brook to a solid season leading the Wolverines' offensive attack. The 6-foot-3 QB will be back for another year and should build on his resume. He threw for over 1,800 yards.
Clear Falls' utility knife is Quinn Bowen. The senior is the leading rusher and pass-catcher and is lethal in space. He also stars for the basketball team.
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Welcome to the 2020 volleyball season. What a weird offseason it was for everyone. No club tournaments to travel to, limited training available but what that means is everyone should be fresh for the 2020 campaign.
Over the past few weeks VYPE has previewed 30 public school teams, released our Class 5A and Class 6A rankings. So, now it is time to reveal the 2020 All-VYPE Public School team.
Pre-Season VYPE Public School Player of the Year - Rebekah Portalatin, Cy-Fair
Ally Batenhorst, Seven Lakes (Nebraska)
Alexis Dacosta, Fulshear (Baylor)
Mia Johnson, Clear Falls (Hawaii)
Deja Benjamin, Shadow Creek
Erika Williams, Kingwood Park (Penn State)
Julie Neveu, Oak Ridge
Devan Taylor, Klein (Clemson)
Clara Brower, The Woodlands (Georgia)
Blakely Montgomery, Clear Falls (Fairfield)
Kelsi Wingo, Barbers Hill
Alexia Jones, Pearland Dawson (Houston Baptist)
Annie Antar, Klein (North Florida)
Ellie Echter, Fulshear (LSU)
Ashlyn Svoboda, Friendswood (Northwestern State)
Mayowa Olibale, Seven Lakes (Harvard)
Ashlynn Lewis, Texas City
Callie Cogdill, Cypress Woods (Oklahoma)
Gabby Mansfield, Klein
Casey Batenhorst, Seven Lakes
Trinity Funderburk, Atascocita
Shyia Richardson, Clear Springs (San Francisco)
Lyla Traylor, Memorial
Clarke Adams, Bellaire (Oakland)
Emily Adams, Bridgeland (University of Louisiana Monroe)
Tiana Davis, Ridge Point (UTSA)
Teresa Garza, Alvin (Wyoming)
Aryn Johnson, Manvel (McNeese State)
Allie Sczech, George Ranch (Baylor)
Phoebe Stigen, Deer Park (University of Louisiana Monroe)
Fallon Thompson, Grand Oaks
Madeline Villareal, Cypress Ranch (University of Louisiana Monroe)
Megan Wilson, Kingwood (Oklahoma)
Karrington Kays, Bridgeland
Lindsey Kriendler, Cypress Creek
Simone Lenoir, Clear Brook
Sarah Sitton, Friendswood
Natasha Zorbas, The Woodlands
Annie Creery, Foster (Hill College)
Alana Dawson, Clear Springs (Emory)
Macee Medina, Texas City
Ashton Schulz, Splendora
Freedom Stephenson, Santa Fe
Falon Buford, Splendora
Logan LeRoux, Memorial
Zoe Martinez, Goose Creek Memorial
Maddie Waak, Katy (LSU)
Koko Wooley, La Porte
Piper Boydstun, Oak Ridge
Lauren Elie, Memorial
Kiyah Felder, Aldine Davis
Eva Fitzgerald, Cinco Ranch
Alexandra Tennon, George Ranch (Quinnipiac University)