NAME: Reagan Raymer
SCHOOL: Wyoming High School
GRADUATING YEAR: 2017
GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT: Getting 100th hit last season
HEIGHT: 5'10"-147 lbs.
PARENTS: Darrin & Wendy
BIGGEST INFLUENCE: "My parents."
FUTURE GOAL: Be successful with career, enjoy life
Wyoming senior Reagan Raymer is a two-sport all-star in softball and volleyball.
In softball, Reagan is a 4-year varsity starter with more than 100 career hits. In 16 games this season, she is leading the CHL in hitting with a .667 batting average with 16 RBI and 17 stolen bases.
Reagan is coming off a junior campaign when she hit .587 (2nd in CHL) with 22 RBI, 37 hits, 10 doubles, 7 triples and 15 stolen bases. She was named 1st team CHL for the third time, 1st team all-city Div. II and 1st team all-SWO District Div. II.
In volleyball, her senior year she had 278 kills (3.56 kills per game), 216 digs, 45 aces, and 31 blocks, helping the Cowboys claim a seventh straight Cincinnati Hills League title. The team went 14-0 in the CHL and 22-3 overall. Incredibly, Reagan never lost a league volleyball match in her four-year varsity career, with the Cowboys going 56-0 in CHL play.
In volleyball this past fall, she was 1st team all-CHL, 2nd team all-city Div. II and 1st team all-SWO district
Reagan will play both softball and volleyball at North Central College in Naperville, Illinois.
Very active in community service, Reagan is a National Honor Society member and earned the Archie Griffin Sportsmanship Award.
COACH'S QUOTE – "Reagan's success in the classroom and in athletics is a direct result of her tireless dedication, superior work ethic, and intense drive to succeed."
— Jerry Campbell, Softball Coach
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