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Congrats to Mariah Whalen who had a .688 hitting percentage. 32 attempts, 22 kills and no errors!
Mariah has been selected to the MaxPreps/AVCA - Player of the Week. Congratulations Mariah!
Mariah had 25 Kills with a .435 hitting percentage along with 11 Aces and 8 Digs. Balanced performance for our sectional final.
Mariah has been selected to the 2015-16 MaxPreps/AVCA - Player of the Week. Congratulations Mariah!
Mariah had 21 kills in a row this match. She ended with a career high .857 hitting percentage with 28 attempts and 26 kills with only 2 errors. Fantastic performance by Mariah.
Mariah helped lead her team to their third State Championship. She was a big reason for our success in 2015,
an aggressive player and fierce competitor that impacted every match in a variety of ways.
Mariah is the type of player that every coach wants on their team.
Mariah has been selected to the 2016-17 MaxPreps/AVCA - Player of the Week. Congratulations Mariah!
Mariah Whalen finished out her high school career by leading her team to a 4th straight state championship.
She set a new State Tournament record in the championship match hitting an impressive .632%.
She also led her team in total kills, kills per set, hitting percentage, service aces, and second on the team in digs.
She was voted for the 4th straight year unanimous all-conference and was again Conference POY. Was named 1st Team All State again.
Also leaves her high school career with numerous school career records in many categories.
There will be other awards and honors to come I am sure but they have not announced all of them as of yet.
Clearly one of the best athletes we will see in a long time and she has some pretty fantastic and crazy stats from her high school career to prove it!
It's been a pleasure to coach Mariah.
Coach Betty Lange