Her older sister Ashley went on to play at Snead State, as did as her cousins, Madison Smith and Sabryn Chandler.
So does the younger Norris feel any pressure to follow in their footsteps?
“It just motivates me to push harder,” she said. “I’d definitely love to play at the next level. I would love to keep that tradition going.”
Joining Norris from Sand Rock on the all-county team is August Gilliland and Savannah Blackwell.
Gilliland posted 313 kills, 358 digs, 57 aces, 17 blocks and nine assists. Blackwell finished the season with 357 kills, 356 digs, 58 aces, 16 blocks
and five assists.
Laura Ann Hughes, Kiana Dobbins and Hannah Cosby represent Cedar Bluff (21-23). Hughes had 406 assists, 270 digs, 59 aces and 27 kills. Dobbins delivered 120 kills, 105 digs, 18 aces, 11 blocks and five assists. Cosby contributed 164 digs, 67 kills, 52 blocks, 36 aces and three assists.
Spring Garden (14-35) had a pair of players chosen in Rachel Morris and AJ Broome. Morris managed 432 kills, 335 digs, 77 aces, 34 blocks and eight assists. Broome collected 279 assists, 264 digs, 88 kills, 52 aces and 18 blocks.
Cherokee County (1716) also had a pair of players selected in Kari Arnold and Coley Battles. Arnold had 25 aces as a setter while Battles collected 115 kills and 54 blocks as a hitter.
Haley Bryson represents the Gaylesville Lady Trojans (2-18). She finished the season with 187 assists, 14 kills, eight digs and three assists.