ALL-VYPE: Public School Volleyball

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Here they are ... the best of the best.

VYPE Media Chief Content Officer Matt Malatesta and Managing Editor Joshua Koch have put together the list of the best players in the Greater Houston area. Check out and see who made the 2019 Preseason All-VYPE Public School Volleyball Team.

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Jackie Arrington, Pearland

Ally Batenhorst, Seven Lakes (Nebraska)

Lauryn Bourne, Cy-Fair

Ielan Bradley, Cy Springs

Rachel Brown, Clear Falls

Kate Bueche, Friendswood

Brea Burrell, Kingwood (Northwestern State)

Lauren Collier, Alief Elsik

Danyle Courtley, Cinco Ranch (Rice)

Madison Deslatte, Dawson

Ellie Echter, Fulshear (LSU)

Tatiana Evans, Kempner

Kiyah Felder, Aldine Davis

Teresa Garza, Santa Fe (Wyoming)

Paris Herman, Tompkins

Hannah Hoover, Katy (Naval Academy)

Aryn Johnson, Manvel

Mia Johnson, Clear Falls (University of Hawaii)

Katie Kessler, Bridgeland

Ashlyn Laymond, Aldine Davis

Ysabella Lockwood, Clear Brook

Dylan Maberry, The Woodlands (LSU)

Macy Martin, Langham Creek

Ava Martinolli, Cy Ranch

Alaryss Medina, Summer Creek

Blakely Montgomery, Clear Falls

Kailin Newsome, Clear Brook (Southeastern Louisiana)

Libby Overmyer, Kingwood Park (Colgate)

Noelle Palmer, College Park

Armyni Perales, Bellaire

Courtney Plocheck, Deer Park (Texas State-Softball)

Shyia Richardson, Clear Springs

Cameryn Roberts, Lake Creek

Halle Sanders, Shadow Creek

Allie Sczech, George Ranch (Baylor)

Nylissa Snagg, Seven Lakes (Southeastern Louisiana)

Deanna Spell, Langham Creek

Kate Sralla, Tomball

Ashlyn Svoboda, Friendswood

Fallon Thompson, Grand Oaks

Lyla Traylor, Memorial

Maddy Villareal, Cy Ranch

Shaina Westfall, Clear Creek (Oklahoma Christian)

Natalie Winn, Stratford

Erin Wyatt, Klein Collins (Georgia State)


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The Legacy Project has a long history in the city of Houston. Courtesy image.

Each year, the NCAA is committed to leaving a legacy in the Men’s and Women’s Final Four host cities to foster goodwill and sportsmanship. The Men’s Final Four Legacy Project presented by Unilever will select a community facility in Harris County and provide renovations in 2023. This will be the first time a Local Organizing Committee offers an open call for applications in order to select a project. Unilever, the Official Personal Care Partner of the NCAA, is in its twelfth year as an NCAA Corporate Partner and has been the presenting partner of the Legacy Project since 2018.

“One of the key roles that the Houston Local Organizing Committee plays is working with the NCAA to ensure that the impact of having an event like the Men’s Final Four in our city is felt long beyond the tournament’s conclusion. The Men’s Final Four Legacy Project presented by Unilever is one example of a community-focused project that will make a difference in our community for years to come,” says Rachel Quan, HLOC vice president of external operations.

The Legacy Project has a long history in the city of Houston. In 2011, the NCAA and HLOC worked to restore the basketball court and facilities at the MD Anderson Family YMCA. The renovation helped see a drastic increase in membership and enhanced the center’s ability to continue to reach neighborhood youth. In 2016, the Morefield Boys and Girls Club in the Sunnyside neighborhood of Houston received a refurbished basketball court thanks to the NCAA’s Legacy Project.

Working alongside the HLOC, the NCAA and corporate partner, Unilever, we will once again leave behind a legacy in the city by choosing and renovating another community facility in 2023.Applications are open to the public online through midnight on Monday, May 20, 2022.

To qualify, applicants must be located in Harris County. Applications awarded the highest score by community relations evaluators will earn the chance for the HLOC and NCAA to do a site visit to consider the project. A winner will be announced in the summer/fall of 2022 and unveiled in spring 2023, prior to the Men’s Final Four in April.

About the 2023 NCAA Men’s Final Four®

Houston will host the 2023 Men’s Final Four® from March 31 through April 3, 2023. Houston Baptist University, Rice University, Texas Southern University and the University of Houston will make history as the first quartet of institutions to host the Final Four. Games will be played on April 1 and 3 at NRG Stadium. The city of Houston is hosting the event for the fourth time, having previously crowned national champions in 1971, 2011 and 2016. For more information, visit https://www.ncaa.com/mens-final-four/.

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