Pendleton County's Ginger Beatty has earned just about every award you can think of playing volleyball.
"Best player in the conference, really one of the best players in the state," said Pendleton's head volleyball coach John Lawson.
"I just feel really blessed and lucky," added Beatty. "It definitely made me try harder and step up my game."
Beatty was named All-State this past season for her play on the volleyball court. On the basketball court, she leads the Wildcats in rebounding and scoring.
"She night in and night out can hit it from the outside and hit the threes," said head basketball coach Travis Heavner. "She also gets to the foul line too. She shoots a real high percentage from the foul line and that just helps our team."
Beatty is involved in a number of extra school activities. She's also the class president, while maintaining a 3.9 GPA.
"My two older sisters were number one in there class, so that inspired me and pushed me a little harder to live up to them," said Beatty.
"She understands that the high school experience is a lot more than just going to class," added teacher Pat Godfrey. "It's about being involved in everything and she is. I think what separates her from the rest of the them is she has figured out what her balance is."