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The North Platte Community College Lady Knight Volleyball team added Chase County senior MaKenna Ketter to their 2015 recruiting class.
Ketter, the daughter of Tonja Barry and Mike Ketter, both of Imperial, is a 5’10” outside hitter. The Lady Longhorns were 26-3 on the season this year and won the South Platte Valley Association (SPVA) tournament.
“What caught my eye is that MaKenna is a good student, aggressive player, competitive, comes from a good program and knows how to win,” said Vicki Hopping, assistant volleyball coach for the Lady Knights.
Lady Knights Head Volleyball Coach Alexa Hopping adds, “I’m really excited for MaKenna. She will make an impact on our team. She is very athletic and a good jumper.”
Ketter played four seasons on the Lady Longhorn volleyball team and was a first team selection on the SPVA all-conference teams both her junior and senior years.
The signing of Ketter raises Hopping’s 2015 recruiting class to five.   The others include: Megan Chintala from Flemming, Colo., Shelby Wolever from Brush, Colo.; Josie Palmer from Brady; and Jessica Lovitt from Mullen.

 

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