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Panola honors sophomore Fillies

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Sophomore members of the Panola College Fillies Volleyball Team were recognized on Saturday, Oct. 27 in the A.J. Gymnasium. “We honor our 7 sophomores and their families for the heart, dedication, and time they have devoted to Panola College and our volleyball team,” said Don Clinton, Athletic Director.

Chelsea Chadwick

Chelsea Chadwick, #2, a defensive specialist from Longview, is a graduate of Pine Tree High School. Chadwick has appeared in 26 matches this season and 54 sets, tallying 46 total digs and 2 service aces after recording 22 total digs as a freshman. Her career high of 7 digs came this season against Victoria College. She will become our first graduate of this class this December, and has decided to focus solely on her nursing degree at a university next fall with plans to become a labor and delivery nurse someday. Chadwick is escorted by her parents, Frank and  Kristi Chadwick.

Daphinie Correa

Daphinie Correa, #1, is a middle blocker from Sao Paulo, Brazil. As a freshman, Correa appeared in 26 matches, recorded 155 total kills on .316 hitting, 95 total blocks and 10 service aces.  This year she has expanded her role, appearing in 28 matches with 190 total kills, 70 blocks, 30 digs and 7 aces. She has recorded double-digit kills 4 times this season, including in the home win over TJC where she tied her career of 14 kills on a blistering .565 hitting clip. Correa is also currently 2nd on the team in both kills and blocks per set. After her spring graduation from PC, Correa plans to continue her playing career and education at a university where she will pursue a criminal justice degree with future FBI aspirations. Correa is escorted by her parents away from home, Tim and  Denise Rabius.

Thaynara Godoi

Thaynara Godoi, #13, is a middle blocker hitter from Curitiba, Brazil. Though Godoi appeared in 21 matches in a more reserved role as a freshman, she stepped up in crucial moments, including hammering home the game winning kill in the final game of the Region XIV tourney a year ago to send the Fillies back to the National Tournament. This year she has appeared in all 30 matches, collecting 161 kills and leading the team in blocks per set with 1.03 with a career high of 10 blocks coming against Hill College. Godoi hit above .400 in all 3 matches she has tallied double digit kills this season, including an impressive .600 clip on 12 kills at Navarro. She is majoring in Kinesiology with dreams to coach one day. She plans to continue her playing career and education at a university to be decided after graduation from Panola this May. Godoi is being escorted by her best friend and father away from home, Hunter Moon and Alan Moon.

Molly Harris

Molly Harris, #8, is a setter from Whitehouse and graduate of Whitehouse High School. She instantly made her presence known on the Fillies volleyball court, appearing in 22 matches as a freshman and all 30 matches to date as a sophomore. She helped anchor the Fillies offense, tallying 4.52 assists per set while also picking up 112 digs on the year in 2017. As a sophomore, she leads the team with 598 total assists on the year and 1.77 digs per set. Her career high of 53 assists came in the thrilling 5-set win over Missouri State West Plains earlier this month. As a Phi Theta Kappa member currently majoring in health professions, Harris plans to become a critical care nurse after graduation from Panola this spring and then finishing her degree and playing career at a university. She is escorted by her parents, Mike and Kristi Harris.

Alyssa Lozoya

Alyssa Lozoya, #12, is from Chapin High School in El Paso.  After coming in as an outside her freshman year, transitioning to middle that spring, to right side this fall and now back to the middle, Lozoya has selflessly adjusted to be whatever her team has needed.  After appearing in 14 matches as a freshman, she has appeared in 29 this season, tallying 177 total kills, 48 total blocks, 31 digs and 19 service aces. She has earned double digit kills in 3 matches, and hit above .400 in 7 matches including a team-leading .643 hitting efficiency against Illinois Central. After her Panola graduation, Lozoya plans to continue her playing career and education at a university where she will major in biology with plans to become a NICU nurse in her future.  Lozoya is escorted by her parents, German and Gloria Lozoya.

Hannah Ramirez

Hannah Ramirez, #9, a defensive specialist from Waxahachie, is a graduate of Waxahachie High School. Appearing in every match as a freshman, Ramirez took on the libero role mid-season and ended up leading the team in digs per set with 3.69 while also tallying 36 assists and 17 service aces. She has notched double-digit digs in 21 of 24 matches played this season, including 9 outings with 18 or more. She recorded her career high of 28 digs in the win against Brookhaven earlier this year, while also dishing out 61 assists and serving 19 aces. After Panola graduation in May, Ramirez will continue her playing career and education at a university where she can compete at a high level while pursuing her business management degree. She is escorted by her parents, Rebeca Vera and David Ramirez and step-parents Manuel Vera and Destiney Ramirez.

Rebecca Rabius

Rebecca Rabius, #15, is an outside hitter and right side hitter from East Bernard High School in East Bernard. Rabius emerged as a prominent player for the Fillies mid-way through her freshman year, going from a reserved role to finishing the year 2nd on the team in total kills with 218. She also picked up 170 digs, 32 blocks, 12 aces and 21 assists. This year, she has been a consistent presence on the right side for the Fillies, leading the team in every total kills, kills per set, and hitting efficiency with 208, 2.21 and .316 respectively. Rabius has notched double-digit kills 8 times this season, with her season-high of 16 coming against Hill College. After spring graduation from PC, Rabius plans to continue playing at a university while completing her education degree to become a kindergarten or first grade teacher. She is escorted by her parents, Tim and Denise Rabius.

“I am so proud of this outstanding group of sophomores and the accomplishments they have achieved as a team as we wish them the best of luck the rest of this year and beyond,” said Amber McCray, Head Coach.

 

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