2021 All-Greater Houston volleyball teams – Houston Chronicle
Garner was called to the UIL all-state event group as well as was leading throughout the postseason as the Bears got to the peak of secondary school beach ball in Texas. The elderly gathered 507 eliminates, consisting of 79 in 6 playoff suits. She additionally ended up the period with 480 digs, 44 aces and also 42 blocks and also had actually a. 256 striking portion.
SEE: Q&A with Bridgeland’s Mallorie Garner
Independent school gamer of the year
Bailey Hanner, Sr., Fort Bend Christian
The Texas State led the Eagles to a 35-4 general document as well as the program’s first-ever TAPPS state champion. Hanner ended up the period with 527 eliminates, 236 digs, 59 aces and also 35 blocks from her outdoors player setting.
Setter of the year
Ava Underwood, Sr., Fulshear
The Texas A&M signee usually plays libero, yet she actioned in at setter this year since her group required an increase at the setting. She completed the period with 1,150 aids, 380 digs, 109 eliminates, 54 aces as well as 30 blocks.
Libero of the year
Briana Zamora, Sr., Clear Creek
When again, the LSU signee was a celebrity on the back line for the Wildcats. Her management and also protective expertise aided Clear Creek get to the local quarterfinals. She do with 860 digs, 100 helps and also 47 aces.
Player of the year
Avery Shimaitis, Sr., George Ranch
The Pepperdine signee was a pressure all period for the Longhorns. She ended up the period with 694 eliminates with a. 333 striking percent. Shimaitis additionally accumulated 362 digs, 99 blocks and also 51 aces.
Protective gamer of the year
Alexis Roberson, Sr., Ridge Point
The LSU signee was the support between for the state semifinalists. She liquidated her elderly project with 316 eliminates and also 139 total amount blocks, balancing greater than one block per collection and also 2.9 per suit.
Novice of the year
Kenedy Massie, Fr., Manvel
Massie ruptured onto the scene this period, assisting the Mavericks reach their very first state event. The fresher setter completed with 1,258 aids, 273 digs, 96 eliminates, 37 blocks and also 55 aces.
Train of the year
Verena Khalil, Bridgeland
Khalil assisted the Bears to their initial state competition look in the program’s 4th university period. Bridgeland topped its historical project with a 39-12 general document.
All-Greater Houston first string
L— Izzy Denton, Sr., Katy
L— Nylah Raspberry, Sr., Ridge Point
S— Nina Moorer, Sr., Ridge Point
S— Kamryn Scroggins, Sr., Dawson
S— Kinslee Smith, Soph., Klein
OH— Sydney Jordan, Jr., Ridge Point
OH— Devyn Lewis, Jr., Manvel
OH— Bianna Muoneke, Jr., Cypress Ranch
MEGABYTES— Kiersten McFall, Sr., Klein
MEGABYTES— Mary-Kate Preston, Sr., Manvel
All-Greater Houston junior varsity
L— Alice Vople, Soph., Bridgeland
L— Alexis McDaniel, Sr., College Park
S— Claire Dewine, Jr., The Woodlands
S— Brooke Adams, Sr., Bridgeland
S— Casey Battenhorst, Sr., Seven Lakes
OH— Brielle Warren, Sr., Fulshear
OH– Ariana Brown, Jr., Klein
OH— Cindy Tchouangwa, Jr., Tompkins
MEGABYTES— Meagan Mayfield, Sr., Barbers Hill
MEGABYTES— Sarah Sitton, Sr., Friendswood
All-Greater Houston independent school group
Train of the year– Cydryce McMillian, St. Agnes
L— Avery Hodge, Sr., Fort Bend Christian
L— Mykayla McMillian, Soph., St. Agnes
S— Alexis Gill, Sr., Second Baptist
S— Reagan Heflin, Sr., Fort Bend Christian
S— Grace Webber, Sr., St. Agnes
OH— Sophie Agee, Sr., St. Agnes
OH— Piper Stephenson, Jr., St. Agnes
OH— Sophia Keene, Sr., Concordia Lutheran
MEGABYTES— Bayleigh Minor, Fr., Fort Bend Christian
MEGABYTES— Morgan Perkins, Sr., Episcopal