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November 29, 2012

Record year for volleyball program

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COMMERCE — Head Coach Sara Fielden won Coach of the Year for her 30-8 season.

Kaci Harrison won Hitter of the Year with 523 kills during the season.

Libero of the Year went to Laney Davidson, who had an 86 dig percentage.

Chaney Moreland won Server of the Year with her 91 percent serving. She also had 32 aces.

Two Lady Tigers made first team all district:

Logan Talley and Dahyana Essix.

Jorndan Anderson and Rachel McCloney were both named second team all district.

And Brianna Dugan and Bailee Mulcahy both made honorable mention for the season.

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