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Bethany has been selected to the AVCA - AVCA POTW. Congratulations Bethany!
Bethany has been selected to the MaxPreps/AVCA - AVCA POTW. Congratulations Bethany!
Bethany had 32 kills against Swink with eleven of those coming in the fourth set and was virtually unstoppable as she hit through triple blocks and dominated the front row for Fowler. Her aggressive play was contagious, and she led this young team to a big victory over the Lions. On Thursday she recorded 19 kills and was once again a defensive die hard and nailed serve receive against an always feisty John Mall team. After two back surgeries and a knee injury, Bethany looks stronger than ever, and so does the 2011 Grizzly team!
Bethany ended a great career at Fowler by leading the team in Kills and Digs. Her kill percentage and hitting percentage were among the highest in the state of Colorado for the fourth year in a row. She surpassed the Colorado All Time Kill Leader this year by a significant number, and she has attained many honors and distinctions in her four years. She was the go-to girl for four years for Fowler including her freshman year with her oldest sister Morgan setting and her junior and senior year with her younger sister Lindsey as a setter. Her kill percentage shows why. Above all, she is humble and an extremely good leader. She endured two major back surgeries - one during her sophomore year and one during her junior year. Her final tournament was played with her having strep throat, and like before with her back injuries, most people didn't know anything was wrong. Bethany was a fun player to watch, and her great attitude and stellar performances both offensively and defenisively will be unmatched at Fowler High School for a very long time. Congratulations to Bethany Moss for a remarkable high school career. You will be greatly missed. (110 wins and 6 losses in four years - never lost a home match as a high school player.)