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Valdosta High School Celebrates Outstanding 2019 Season

Valdosta High School Volleyball teams celebrate another outstanding season earlier in the week at their end of the year banquet.  We celebrated Year One for our 9th grade team, their 8-12 record, and 2nd runner up win in the Bronze bracket at their end of the year tournament at Harris County.  

JV ended their season with a record of 14-9 beating many of Valdosta's big Region and 7A rivalry teams.  

Varsity made it to the state playoffs for the second consecutive year and finished second in the Region, first time in the short history of the program. Ending the season with a record of 21-12.  

9th Grade Team Awards

Best Offensive Player went to Nalani Martin 

Best Defensive Player went to Savannah Pye, and 8th grader at Valdosta Middle School

Most Improved Player went to Katie Goodwin

Most Valuable Player went to Jalisha Gibson

Junior Varsity Team Awards

Best Offensive Player went to Kaili Spells

Best Defensive Player went to Terri Pizzaro

Most Improved Player went to Aya'nna Davis

Most Valuable Player went to Renaissance Conde

Varsity Team Awards

Best Offensive Player went to Alivia Fennell

Best Defensive Player went to Lilly Parrish

Most Improved Player went to Isabel Kassum

Most Valuable Player went to Adair Rodemaker 

The following players were also awarded All Region Awards:

All Region 1st Team: Adair Rodemaker, and seniors Kemari Smith and Lilly Parrish, both for the 2nd consecutive year, 1st time in the school's history.

All Region 2nd Team: Alivia Fennall and Isabel Kassum

All Region Honorable Mention: Stanashia Wright

Outstanding Stats for the season go to:

Kemari Smith with 50% of total blocks for the team.

Kemari Smith and Adair Rodemaker with 60% of total kills for the team.

Lilly Parrish and Adair Rodemaker with 53% of total digs for the team.

Earlier in the season, lettermen jackets were awarded to our seniors, Lilly Parrish (played 3 years) and Kemari Smith (played 3 years) for their leadership and hard work.