Valley Sports Report
WAVERLY — Waverly’s Chloe Croft capped a record-setting senior season by being named the IAC South Large School Division co-Most Valuable Player, while two of her teammates were first-team all-star selections, and three earned second-team nods.
Croft graduates as the school’s all-time leader in setter assists after doling out 478 this season. She is also the lone member of the 1,000 career assist club at Waverly.
A floor general, Croft also had 221 service points, including 59 aces, 213 digs, 33 kills, and three blocks this season.
Croft shared the MVP honors with Newark Valley junior Emma Graves.
Paige Lewis, senior, middle hitter: Lewis was a force at the net, but also set for the Lady Wolverines on occasion. She led Waverly with 153 kills, 239 digs, 47 blocks, and 78 aces. She also had 213 points and 40 assists.
Adrianah Clinton, senior, outside hitter: A fiery leader on the floor, Clinton was among the team leaders in nearly every category for the Lady Wolverines. She had 172 service points, including 68 aces, 162 digs, and 152 kills.
Morgan Adams, senior, middle hitter: A strong player at the net, Adams was also a big contributor on the service line. She finished the season with 122 service points, including 43 aces, 103 kills, 44 blocks, and 73 digs.
Sidney Tomasso, junior, middle hitter / outside hitter: Just a first-year player, Tomasso played like a veteran and improved as the season progressed. She had 159 service points, including 48 aces, 77 digs, 72 kills, and eight blocks this season.
Maddy Goodwin, junior, outside hitter: Very athletic, Goodwin was an asset all over the court for the Lady Wolverines. She had 188 points, including 45 aces, 159 digs, 80 kills, 16 setter assists, and one block.
IN PHOTO: Waverly’s Chloe Croft.
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