2012 ALL-CENTRAL TEXAS VOLLEYBALL TEAM
A three-time TAPPS allstate selection, Blauser led the Crusaders to theTAPPS 3Astate title and was named to the all-tournament team. She recorded 30 kills in the state semifinals and added 24 more in the final,as Round Rock Christian finished offa 38-3 season.
A four-year varsity starter, the 6-foot-1-inch Blauser finished her prep careerwith nearly 1,900 kills, more than 1,000 digs and more than 300 aces.She also has been a TAPPS all-state honoree in basketball for three straight seasons.
In November, Blauser signed to play volleyball at the University of Cincinnati.
A former standout player at Hays,Almanza led Cedar Park to the Class 4A state tournament,where the Timberwolves lost in the semifinals, falling in four sets to eventual state champion Lucas Lovejoy.
In her 10th season as Cedar Park’s head coach,Almanza led the Timberwolves to a 408 record.
CedarPark opened the season by topping the 42team field at the Byron Nelson Invitational, compiling a 70 record.TheTimberwolves went on to finish second in District 25-4A before winning four consecutive playoff matches.
In Hendrickson’s first season in Class 5A, the athletic Koester, who’s 6 feet, 1 inch tall, helped the Hawks finish in a first-place tie with Westwood in District 165A.She averaged more than three kills per game and three blocks per match.
ATexasA&M recruit,the 6foot Aiple averaged 10 assists and three kills per game and was named the outstanding setter in District 16-5A. She’s also a memberofUSA Volleyball’s youth national team.
The defensive player of the year in District 25-4A, Slan, a 6-footer, averaged more than six kills per game for the Lions, who reached the area round of the Class 4A playoffs. She also posted 172 blocks this season.
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and five digs pergame.
Patrick, who will play for Dartmouth next season, averaged more than five kills per game as St. Stephen’s won its third straight championship in the Southwest Preparatory Conference.
A University of Cincinnati signee along with Blauser, the 5-8 Green helped Dripping Springs to the District 25-4A title, averaging five digs and more than four kills per game.
ATexas Southern signee, the 5-8 Carson helped the Hippos to a school-record 41 wins. She averaged 3.8 kills and 4.2 digs per game in 2012.
Voted as the defensive MVPofDistrict 16-5A,Huber averaged 6.6 digs pergame and recorded 40 aces.A Colorado of Mines signee, she finished her high school career as Westwood’s single-season and career leader in digs.
Committed to the University ofArkansas, Bethke was named the offensive MVP of District 27-3A after averaging 3.2 kills and 5.6 assists per game for the Texans.
The 5-foot-11-inch McCown averaged more than four kills per game for the Cavaliers, who finished second in District 15-5A.A Montana signee, she was named the district’s top hitter.
The play of the 6-foot Wolf helped the Vikings compile a 40-2 record and reach the Class 2A regional quarterfinals. She averaged 4.3 kills and 2.7 blocks per game.
The MVPofDistrict 16-5A this season, the 5-11 Davis finished with more than 1,000 career kills. She helped the Warriors reach the regional quarterfinals of the Class 5A playoffs.
Voted the offensive MVP of District 25-4A, Roberts averaged nearly five kills per Round Rock Christian Lake Travis Lake Travis Westlake Westlake Westlake Vista Ridge Westlake Westlake Wimberley game while helping Cedar Park to the state tournament. She was theAll-Centex newcomerofthe yearlast season.
A first-team all-district pick, Lemon teamed with Roberts to give Cedar Park an imposing duo on the attack. She averaged 4.8 kills per game as theTimberwolves posted a 40-win season.
A two-year starter, Ingram averaged nearly six digs a game as the Chaparrals won their 12th straight district title. She posted more than 30 digs each in a trio of matches.
An all-tournament selection at the TAPPS 4A Final Four, Cotton averaged nearly 10 assists per game while also piling up 56 aces.
ATexas Tech signee, the 6foot-3-inch Daffer rebounded from an injury during her junior year to average nearly three kills per game and four blocks per match.
The 5-11 Cox helped the Raiders to a winning record in their first Class 5A season, recording more than 60 blocks and averaging nearly four kills per game.
Selected as the District 155A MVP, the Harvard-bound Weghorst averaged nearly four kills and five digs per game.
The 6-2 Paradeaux averaged five kills per set with a .410 kill percentage. She also led Hays, a Class 4A regional quarterfinalist, in digs, blocks and aces.
An outstanding leaper, the 5-11 Adams averaged more than four kills per game along with 3.2 digs per contest.
Shelton averaged more than five digs per game for the TAPPS 3A state champions, and she also recorded 93 aces during the season.