Cherry Creek’s Carter Booth named Gatorade Colorado volleyball player of the year – The Denver Post
Cherry Creek senior Carter Booth on Tuesday was named the Gatorade Colorado volleyball player of the year.
The 6-foot-7 middle blocker led the Bruins to the Class 5A title — their first state championship since 2008 and sixth overall — and a 26-2 record this past season.
“Carter puts up a wall that is hard for opposing hitters to get around,” Ralston Valley head coach Ashley Ahlman said in a news release. “Offensively, she’s a really smart player who sees the court well. She’s also a phenomenal leader for her team.”
On the court, she totaled 335 kills, 127 blocks, 70 digs, 35 service aces and a .453 hitting percentage.
The Minnesota-bound Booth holds a 3.47 grade-point average in the classroom.
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