Madeline DeLucia has played volleyball, basketball, & track while in high school. She participated in these teams all four years. Madeline’s favorite memory of high school sports was winning the volleyball state championship in 2018.
Madeline’s list of accomplishments are not a short list: Volleyball – 2nd Team all-league two times, 1st Team all-league as a senior, Northwest League Player of the Year, 1st Team all-state, 1st Team all-tournament. Basketball 2nd Team all-league twice. Booster Club Freshman of the Year.
After graduation Madeline plans to continue playing volleyball at Vanguard University in California.
Madeline would like to thank coach Kristina Gore, Jason Hubert, and Hannah Antal for an unforgettable volleyball season and making her into the player she is today. She would also like to thank coach Charles McKinney, Mary Eckenrode, and the Hammond Family for the amazing basketball season they had this last year and pouring everything into their team. She would also like to thank coach Andrew Jannsen for always making track so fun and memorable. Lastly, she would like to thank her family for always supporting her and creating so many opportunities for her.
Message from the Athletic Director: You have been an athlete that has proven no matter what sport you chose to participate in, you will do well. You have dedicated so much time and effort into volleyball but still managed to play basketball and run track with great impact and energy. I have truly enjoyed watching your leadership, especially in volleyball. Your communication with teammates, encouragement, focus, and desire to win has been a tremendous encouragement. Those are qualities that will help you in life, remember why you learned them.
Bible verse chosen for you: Philippians 2: 1-4 – So if there is any encouragement in Christ, any comfort from love, any participation in the Spirit, any affection and sympathy, complete my jou by being of the same mind, having the same love, being in full accord and of one mind. Do nothing from selfish ambition or conceit, but in humility count others more significant than yourselves. Let each of you look not only to his own interests, but also to the interests of others.