Katie Williams’ volleyball skills will pay off next year when she enrolls for classes at Webster University on a volleyball scholarship! During the 67 games she played in her senior year at Cape Central High School, she accrued 30 matches, 149 kills, 2.22 kills per Game, 39 hitting errors, and 344 total hitting attempts. She also had 6 assists, 18 aces, 92 digs, 43 solo blocks and 49 total blocks. Additional honors include: 2-time All-District, All-Region, B.A. Promotions All-Star, Southeast Missourian and All- Southeast Region Conference Team member.
Pictured sitting with Katie are her parents, Steve and Teresa Williams, both teachers at Cape Public Schools. Standing, left to right, are Assistant Volleyball Coach Sherri Shirrell, Head Volleyball Coach Angela Broshuis and Former Head Volleyball Coach Charity Huff. “Katie has been a vital part of the volleyball program throughout her four years at CHS. Her hard work and dedication has always been apparent, leading by example both on and off the court,” said Coach Broshuis. “Her energy and passion for the game will be missed next year. We wish her the best of luck as she continues her athletic career at Webster.”
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