The 2018-2019 athletic calendar has concluded, so VYPE San Antonio will have a series dedicated to notable performers and moments over the past year. Check out the area's top 10 UIL girls athletes.
No. 1: Corina Carter (Converse Judson basketball)
The New Mexico signee, all-state senior and UIL 6A championship game MVP led the Rockets to their first state title.
No. 2: Aliyah Pritchett (New Braunfels Canyon softball)
The Baylor signee and all-state senior led the Cougars to the UIL 6A state semifinal.
No. 3: Kara McGhee (San Antonio Clark volleyball)
The Baylor signee and all-state senior led the Cougars to the UIL 6A Region IV final and was named one of the nation's top 50 high school volleyball players.
No. 4: Caroline Meuth (San Antonio Churchill volleyball)
The Notre Dame signee and all-state senior led the Chargers to the second round of the UIL 6A playoffs.
No. 5: Kyra White (Converse Judson basketball)
The USC signee and all-state senior played a major role in the Rockets' run to the UIL 6A state championship.
No. 6: Amaya Brown (Goliad track and field)
The Texas State-bound senior won UIL 3A state championships in the long jump and triple jump.
No. 7: Morgan Fey (San Antonio Southwest track and field)
The junior won the UIL 5A discus state championship and earned a state bronze medal in shot put.
No. 8: Adelyhda Perez (Uvalde wrestling)
The Lobos' senior and three-time UIL state wrestling champ finished her high school career with the 2019 UIL 5A 138-pound state championship.
No. 9: Charli Becker (Kerrville Tivy basketball)
The all-state senior led the Antlers to the UIL 5A state semifinal.
No. 10: Lea Karren (Jourdanton tennis)
The France native and Squaws' junior won the UIL 3A girls singles tennis state championship.
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