Madelyn Poteet has committed to an undisclosed college

Athletics


Position
Primary Position Outside Hitter
Secondary Positions RS, MB

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Academics


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High School
Flower Mound High School
School City
Flower Mound
School State
TX
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Class Size
870
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Class Rank
0
School Division
6A
Other Academic Information
2018 National Honor Society 10th grade 2018 A Average Honor Roll 10th grade 2017 Flower Mound HS Jammin' Jag Award Award is given to students who exemplify some of the best qualities expected by the FMHS community including: showing extra effort, being helpful to others, displaying school spirit, practicing good citizenship, and demonstrating exemplary classroom leadership and/or teamwork. Nominated by chemistry teacher. 10th grade 2017 A Average Honor Roll 9th grade 2016 National Junior Honor Society member 8th grade 2016 A Average Honor Roll 8th grade 2016 Ideal McKamy Graduate Award Awarded to a 6th, 7th, and 8th grade student who is deemed by his/her teacher and principal to have upheld the exemplary characteristics and values expected of the "ideal McKamy graduate." 8th grade, awarded by math teacher. 2015 National Junior Honor Society member 7th grade 2015 A Average Honor Roll 7th grade 2015 Ideal McKamy Graduate Award Awarded to a 6th, 7th, and 8th grade student who is deemed by his/her teacher and principal to have upheld the exemplary characteristics and values expected of the "ideal McKamy graduate." 7th grade, awarded by Skills for Living teacher.
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Personal


First Name
Madelyn
Last Name
Poteet
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Gender
F
Height
6'
Weight
160
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Personal Highlights

I began playing volleyball when I was in fifth grade. It’s been 7 years of clinics, club teams, sand volleyball, and school ball. Throughout middle school, I found myself on the “B” teams. That continued into high school where, again, I earned a spot on the Freshman B team. Volleyball is my passion and it was going to take more work and a higher level of commitment to continue playing for my very competitive high school.
During the summer before my sophomore year, I was determined. So five days a week, I trained, participated in volleyball camps, and attended vertical jump clinics. All of the coaches noticed the change. I didn’t make JV2. Instead, I’d earned a position on the JV team. I continue to train and look forward to playing in college.
I am dedicated, a hard worker, a valued teammate, and I take any advice I can get from my coaches. I do whatever I need to in order to become the best player I can be.

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