Clark honored as Co-Defensive Player of the Year

Photo by David Kapitan

Senior Kamree Clark was the lone Wills Point volleyball player to receive Superlative recognition for her play during the 2016 season, earning Co-Defensive Player of the Year honors alongside Alli Lloyd of Van. 

The Wills Point Lady Tigers extended their streak of playoff appearances to five seasons this year, finishing fourth overall in a stacked district that included perennial state title contender Rains, as well as Canton, Van, Mabank and Brownsboro.

With all volleyball matches completed, District 13-4A coaches released their list of Superlative and All-District honorees. Not surprisingly, district champion Rains took home four Superlative honors, while also placing three players on the All-District First Team.

County rivals Van and Wills Point each took home one Superlative honor, with Alli Lloyd and Kamree Clark earning a share of Defensive Player of the Year honors.

Superlative winners included:

-District MVP: Shelbi Sheppard, Rains; Charlotte Bradshaw, Rains

-Offensive POY: Kailey Currington, Mabank

-Defensive POY: Kamree Clark, WP; Alli Lloyd, Van

-Setter of the Year: Rylie Andrews, Mabank

-Newcomer of the Year: Danielle Sinclair, Mabank

-Libero of the Year: Kenna Kellam, Rains

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