November 6, 2013

Troub sets record en route to MVP award

Adam Troxtell
The Express-Star


Senior Rory Troub won't leave Chickasha volleyball empty handed as she was named the team's Most Valuable Player at the end of season banquet.

Troub was just one of several Lady Chicks to receive awards at the end of a hard-fought volleyball season. The senior set a school single-season record with 281 digs and was also named to the Suburban All Conference second team.

Chloe Reyes received All Conference first team recognition after she led the team in kills this season. Alei Gann, who had the most assists and most aces, received honorable mention. Kaydee King was recognized for having the best serve percentage.

"I'm very proud of these young ladies and the work that they put in this year," head coach Nancy Waters said. "We made a lot of improvement this year which will serve us well in the future."

The performance of the junior varsity team showed a brighter future may be on the horizon for the program. Tania Davis leads the way for the young players after receiving the Most Improved and Rookie of the Year team awards. Luz Juarez and Laekynn Parish were recognized as the players of the Tecumseh tournament, which the Lady Chicks JV won. Juarez also received the Will to Win team award.