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Megan has been selected to the MaxPreps/AVCA - AVCA POTW. Congratulations Megan!
Megan had a great week in 2 matches/8 games. She had 40 kills, 52 digs, 8 aces, 9 blocks.
Megan carried the Fort Defiance team in 3 matches, 13 games this week and three victories to win our District Tournament. Her stats speak for themselves!
Megan had 44 kills in 10 games for a 4.4 average and 30 total digs for a 3.0 average.
Led her team to district tournament championship. Over the course of 8 games had 64 kills, averaged 8 kills/game, had 6 blocks, averaged 4.5 passes/game, and 5.75 digs/game. She was also named Valley district Player of the Year.
Megan has been selected to the MaxPreps/AVCA - Player of the Week. Congratulations Megan!
Megan had a great match with 16 kills and 11 digs. She also had 4 blocks and 2 service aces. She also had a great match vs. Stuarts Draft earlier in the week, so I would ask that she be considered player of the week in the state of VA.
Megan Good led the Indians with 21 kills and 20 digs.
Megan led the Indians with 17 kills, 20 digs, 2 blocks, and 4 aces.
Megan led the Indians with 32 kills, 38 digs and 5 blocks.
Megan led the Indians with 30 kills, 5 aces and 28 digs. She had an amazing career!
Megan was the Player of the Year in the District, Region 29, West Region in 2013. She also was selected as Virginia Player of the Week for 4 weeks. Megan was also awarded AVCA/Maxprep Honorable Mention All-American (one of the top 100 players in the country. She broke the Virginia High School League records for career kills with 1716 total kills and career digs with 1885 total digs in her four year high school career at Fort Defiance High School. Megan will go down as one of the best players at Fort Defiance High School and in the state of Virginia.