The Hilltop ReSporter got wind of one more athlete who was awarded for being the best female
multi sport athlete this past season.
With the addition of Girls AD, John Gallagher, this award was born with the intent of seeing if more girls would try their hand at more than one or two sports.
Enter this year’s winner.
Sophomore Bailey Drum who started in August and continued through the Region Track Meet in Kingsville a few weeks ago.
Drum played Varsity on both the Volleyball and Basketball team as a Sophomore and proved that this young lady will be a force as she continues her high school career.
Second Team All-District in Volleyball where Drum was also active in the class room with a 95 average during her season and making Academic All-District.
A side note for CL Volleyball in District 27-3A with teams that had Academic All-District recognition.
School # of Girls Bandera 0 Boerne 8 Fredericksburg 3 Navarro 0 Wimberley 0 Canyon Lake 10 Bailey Drum Regan Mickey Alexis Robinson Hannah Wunderlich Grace Allen Kelsey Ahrens Mariah Ellis Hayley Melone Lillie Sander Kacee Vrana Emily Muniz Trena Lorett Danielle Stansberry
That is one of the most impressive stats of this season as Bailey and nine other classmates dominated this honor.
Drum finished second with 207 kills, fifth with 140 digs, third with 14 blocks, and fourth with 21 service aces for Canyon Lake this past season.
The Hawks were a very young team as Freshman Mickey and Sophomore Wunderlich were the top two players in assists.
Junior Ellis, Junior Melone, and Freshman Mickey were the top three in digs and CL had the top five non-seniors with service aces.
Melone 56 Regan 30 Wunderlich 26 Ellis 21 Drum 21
Bailey Drum also finished her basketball season finishing second in scoring with 102 points for the Hawks. With 68 rebounds, Drum, was only behind Kyndall Drum (not related) and Amber Ramsey this past season.
Drum ran or jumped (literally) to track and field after the basketball season ended, where she was active in several events this past year, but the Triple Jump was that one event that kept Drum in competition into April with a Region berth.
Drum picked a good time to unleash her best Triple Jump of her career, as she soared for a 36-02 mark in the Area Meet after finishing on the first place podium in the District Meet, jumping for 34-07.50.
How Bailey Drum performed with her best distances or times:
100 Meter Hurdles 300 Meter Hurdles 4x400 Meter Relay 17.00 Dist Meet 51.30 Dist Meet 4:13.63 District Meet Triple Jump High Jump 36-02.00 Area Meet 4-08.00 Blanco Meet
Notice how many of Drum’s best marks were performed near the end of her track season which certainly gives you an idea of her never ending energy and will to compete at her very best.
Congratulations Bailey Drum and The ReSporter looks forward to covering you the next two years as there will certainly be more stories ready to expound on your conquests.