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AUTUMN’S ALL-STARS — GIRLS

November 8, 2018

With the end of the fall season for prep sports coming to a close, here is a look back at the girls

athletes who had the greatest impact on their team and why they are Autumn’s All-Stars.

Savannah Senica — Volleyball

In 81 sets played for the Lake Havasu volleyball team this season, junior Savannah Senica led the Knights with 163 kills which ranked fifth out of all players in the 4A West Valley region.

Senica’s biggest game of the season came on Sept. 18 when she had 20 kills, five ace serves and 12 digs to lead the Knights in a game they eventually lost to Kingman Academy.

Along with leading Havasu in kills Senica averaged two kills per set, 59 ace serves and 265 digs on the season.

Although she played less sets in 2018, the junior had five more kills and aces than she did last year.

Sydney Huffman — Cross Country

This season was senior Sydney Huffman’s first running cross country but made it look like she’s been doing it all four years of high school. In every race, Huffman was the first Knight to cross the finish line.

The seniors first win of her career came on Sept. 29 at the Mark Weston Invitational hosted by Havasu. Huffman finished in 21 minutes, 58 seconds. She then won the next two races and on Oct. 24 was crowned the Colorado River individual regional champion after finishing with a time of 20:48.2.

Her finishing time at regionals was also her personal best on the season and her career.

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