HAVILAND, Ohio (WTVG) - Sadie Sinn - Wayne Trace's senior libero - has quite the rundown of school records.
Aces in a game, season digs and career digs.
But it is her voice which leads the Raiders.
"I don't want to disappoint anyone so you want to fill your role as a team player and don't let anyone down," Sinn said.
"She's definitely more vocal on the court than she is outside of it," Kaylee Shepherd said. "She yells a lot and everyone in the gym can hear."
"She understands the game," Wayne Trace head coach Angie Speice said. "She's worked a lot to become better at reading the court, reading other hitters, reading defenses and she's not afraid to show people that she's working hard to learn all of that."
Sinn has her hand in many activities at Wayne Trace High School. She plays multiple sports including hoops and running track. Sinn is also involved in everything from student council to homecoming queen.
Sinn even has the potential to end the school year as a valedictorian.
"You just gotta put priorities first," Sinn said. "Spend some time with your family and friends. Fit in some homework, sports. It's hard some times but you just gotta put it all together."
"The neat part about Sadie is she never looks like she's stressed about anything," Speice said. "She just kind of takes everything in stride. You know I'm sure there's probably things that she gets worked with at home but she never lets it show."