By Kris Freeman for White House High School
WHITE HOUSE – The Lady Devils celebrated the 2020 volleyball season on Tuesday night at White House High School and handed out team awards to those excelling during the fall volleyball campaign.
White House junior libero Megan Thompson received three awards at the event, including team Most Valuable Player, Defensive Player of the Year and the Lady Devil Award. Thompson ended the season with a 97.4 serve percentage, and only 27 serve return errors in 331 receive attempts for a serve rating of 1.79. She also had 246 digs and 25 service aces.
Sophomore Justine Lowe won the Offensive Player of the Year award and the Co-Play Maker Award along with senior Ally Grace Sloan. Fellow senior Phebe Barlow was given the High Five Award.
Lowe finished the year with a 79.5 percent serve percentage with 37 aces and 301 serve return attempts with a 1.83 serve rating overall to lead the team. She added 152 kills and 187 digs.
Sloan finished with an 81.7 serve percentage and 22 aces, with 133 serve return attempts and an overall serve rating of 1.60. She had 83 kills, 189 digs and 119 assists.
A number of young players were honored for their efforts and achievements including Hannah Meador as the Junior Varsity Most Valuable Player and Sophia Ramirez as Most Improved.
In varsity play, Meador served 94.3 percent and had 23 kills and 34 digs.
Sophomore Izzy Parks received the Sportsmanship Award and Khloe O’Neal and Olivia Davidson were honored with the Coaches Awards.
Parks as a varsity player had a 94.2 serve percentage with 11 aces, 29 kills and 54 digs. O’Neal had 36 digs and 48 assists, and 14 kills with an 83.8 serve percentage. Davidson finished the the year with an 84.9 serve percentage and 21 aces, 28 kills, 183 assists and 120 digs.
White House is coached by Kassie King and Dani Villafana.