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Aaron Monsivaiz goes out and gets what he wants.

The three-way stud at The Woodlands Christian Academy set out to be the quarterback of the Warriors after the 2018 season. Mission accomplished.

Did we mention that he's also an all-everything linebacker on defense and a talented long-snapper?

"I was rotating with another guy last season at QB, but was mostly playing on defense," the senior said. "I was getting some reps and doing well but I just broke out at linebacker. I was fine with that and just did whatever the team needed.

"After the season, I just had it in my mind that I was going to be the starting QB and linebacker as a senior. I put in the work in the offseason and during 7-on-7 and it paid off."

Monsivaiz has helped lead the Warriors to a 4-0 record entering this weekend's game with Bay Area Christian. He's thrown for 450 yards and nine scores while rushing for 125 yards and another two TDs.

"I'm a pro-style quarterback – my first option is always to throw the ball," he said. "When I'm forced to run, I have more of a linebacker's mentality and run over people instead of making them miss."

This kid literally never leaves the field.

"It's taxing, but I'm going to do what I need to for the team," he said. "It's hard in the moment but I wouldn't want it any other way."


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Alia Williams is heading to Baton Rouge.

The Kingwood Park senior announced her commitment to LSU via her Twitter account on Thursday.

"I believe the environment and coaching staff at LSU is the best place for me to reach my potential as a well rounded volleyball player," Williams told VYPE. "I look forward to developing my volleyball skills and knowledge with the coaching staff and my teammates in Baton Rouge.

"This is a great opportunity for me. Playing at the next level, especially in the SEC, is a dream that doesn't come true for everyone. I am grateful to be given this opportunity and will continue to work very hard in order to live up to the expectations of my coaches and teammates."

Williams was a part of the historic Kingwood Park volleyball team in 2018 that claimed the Class 5A State Championship, becoming the first-ever Humble ISD volleyball program to win a state title.

This season, Williams has helped guide Kingwood Park to a 19-19 overall record and 9-1 mark in District 20-5A play. Williams has recorded 213 assists, 123 kills, 110 digs, 36 aces and 31 blocks so far.

On making the decision to head to LSU, Williams said it came down to relationships.

"Many factors went into this decision," she said. "However it really boiled down to one main point. Coach Fran has seen me develop from my 15's year up until today. She knows the player I was at age 15 and how hard I've worked to become the player that I am today. I wanted to play for a coach who knew the kind of work ethic I have."


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