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Wait is over: Programs kick off 2017 season in tournament

by | Aug 10, 2017 | Sports

Farmersville’s Mikiah Butler, left, and Baylee Baxter return in 2017. (File photo)

Last season brought yet another Class 3A postseason appearance and a winning record for Farmersville volleyball.

They will look to continue that in 2017, behind a solid group of returners and new additions.

“I feel that we will be very competitive again this year,” head coach Harold Davis said. “We will have several new faces on the court, but the girls have been working real hard in preparation for that moment.”

Back for another go around are Kylee Davis (Sul Ross State University committee), Mikiah Butler, Katy Ravsten, Baylee Baxter and Lexi Lindamood.

New to the team are Sara Hurst, Shalaela Jones, Calista Craddock, Reese Fetty, Kalli Virag, Alex Brooks (pending release from her doctor) and Lynzey Tucker.

By David Jenkins • Staff Writer • [email protected]

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