Camille Coffey can't tell you she led her teams in kills, aces, blocks and digs this season. She doesn't keep track of her statistics.
"I don't play for numbers, I play to win," said Coffey, a Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy senior who served as captain of the Tologs volleyball team this season. "I really don't care about my numbers as long as I've done my best to win."
Coffey was primarily a soccer player until sixth grade when her club team dissolved and her mom pushed her toward volleyball because of her height. She wasn't only selected for the first team she tried out for, the coach approached her after tryouts and said he needed her on the squad.
Soccer was soon phased out of Coffey's life and she took to volleyball. She played for Sacred Heart's soccer team during her freshman year but gave it up after to solely concentrate on volleyball, which she refers to as her "best sport."