Oak Forest's Sprayberry Sets School Record for Kills in a Single Season
Jeff Sprayberry was in disbelief after notching the kills he needed to set a new single-season record.
Sprayberry went into the match against Richards High School with the chance to tack another accomplishment onto an already impressive high school volleyball career. Sprayberry was just eight kills from setting the school record. And he had the team's undefeated conference record to protect.
Not a problem for Sprayberry, who quickly dealt 15 kills—setting Oak Forest’s single-season kill record as the Bengals beat Richards 25-20, 25-18 in Oak Lawn, High School Cube reports.
Thursday's kills ups Sprayberry's career total to 295.
“It’s great to see a kid dedicate his life to a sport and have it pay off for him,” Oak Forest coach Lee Rucinski told High School Cube. “Three years ago, college volleyball was the furthest thing from his mind.”
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